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Monday, April 25, 2016

Classic Lie of Nuclear -- They Pretend that Chernobyl is a Wildlife Paradise Now, It Is NOT

From Obvious at ENE

Found some strong Chernobyl is not where wildlife or humans thrive sort of news today

15 April Svetlana Alexievich: ‘Ten to 15 of my childhood friends from Minsk died of cancer.
Chernobyl kills’ http://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/apr/15/books-interview-svetlana-alexievich-nobel-laureate-2015-chernobyl-30th-anniversary?CMP=share_btn_tw
25 Apil Belarus ignoring risks of farming near Chernobyl?
 http://www.cbsnews.com/news/chernobyl-radiation-belarus-farm-produce-milk-high-level-radiation/
25 April Medical Implications of the 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-medical-implications-of-the-1986-chernobyl-nuclear-disaster

25 April 30 years later, fallout continues from Chernobyl: Belarusian milk shows elevated radiation levels chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2016/04/25/30-years-later-fallout-continues-from-chernobyl-belarusian-milk-shows-elevated-radiation-levels/
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Heart of the Rose
Blind mice and bird brains: the silent spring of Chernobyl and Fukushima
April 25 2016
"Fukushima cannot necessarily be blamed, as some would wish, but the compounding and potentially synergistic effect of radiation in the Pacific could still be taking its toll, Mousseau avowed.
"We don't know how different environmental stresses interact with each other", he said. "They could be synergistic and related. There is almost no research on this even in the Pacific off Fukushima – virtually nothing on the biological consequences in really contaminated areas."
With "little real science" to rely on, Mousseau says, "we will never know" just how much marine damage the Fukushima disaster may do.
He finds the continued lack of other independent animal studies in radioactive zones frustrating. "We have a responsibility to protect the environment and wildlife, not just man", he said. It may be expensive and difficult to conduct these kinds of studies, but, says Mousseau, "that is not an excuse."
http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_analysis/2987598/blind_mice_and_bird_brains_the_silent_spring_of_chernobyl_and_fukushima.html


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