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14th February 2015 – German Mushrooms, bought at supermarket “EDEKA”, after uncertainty / error & calculation into Kg: 6,9 Becquerel Cesium 137 per Kg to 20,8 Becquerel Cesium 137 per Kg.
1st September 2014 – Radioactive wild boar roaming the forests of Germany
But in recent tests by the state government of Saxony, more than one in three boars were found to give off such high levels of radiation that they are unfit for human consumption.
In a single year, 297 out of 752 boar tested in Saxony have been over the limit, and there have been cases in Germany of boar testing dozens of times over the limit.
A Cesium contamination safety limit of 600 Bg/kg, is set for this wild boar meat!
This informative video explains why this limit is set way to high.
28th July 2013 – Nuclear Waste in Supermarkets: ALDI 2013
“Calculations based on models used by the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) show that dietary intake of the maximum amount of radioactive contamination permitted in the EU and Japan would lead to at least roughly 150,000 fatalities in Germany each year. Other calculation models reach vastly higher figures. If the entire German population were to eat foods exposing individuals to only 5 percent of the contamination currently allowed in food imports from Japan, at least 7,700 fatalities could be expected; this figure doesn’t even include the secondary consequences of a wide range of greatly varying diseases and genetic disorders.”
18th March 2011– In 2010, more than 1,000 wild boars were found to be contaminated with high levels of Cesium Cs-137, from the 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear disaster. The Chernobyl plant is 650 miles away.
UNITED KINGDOM (England)
20th October 2008 – Suburb Poisoned by Shell Plutonium
Extracts Video 1:
Ealing Studios video of the Ray Fox story. Fox and his family lived in Earley, Reading next to a Shell Petrochemical Terminal where a secret buried bunker is said to contain a nuclear reactor emitting radiation. A housing estate has been built on the former Shell site by Persimmon Homes.
Fox and his family have suffered dire consequences from the alleged radiation. Deadly contamination continued despite three attempts to decontaminate the Shell Terminal.
Extract Video 2:
Channel 4 TV Mark Thomas’ Secret Map of Britain: Page about Ray Fox and the most polluted house in Britain next door to an alleged buried top secret nuclear reactor on a former Shell petrochemical terminal.
Polluting a suburban environment with Plutonium and other radioactive material is very serious. So they try to cover it up, and then comment trolls try to make out that the victims are crazy, even though the area was tested and found to have the contamination!
Suburb Poisoned by Shell Plutonium
Shell Buried Nuclear Bunker
31st December 2015 -Cumbria flooding: Environment Agency issues alert on Drigg nuclear waste site
“To describe the UKs nuclear waste site as a ‘Repository’ is putting a spin on the UKs main nuclear dump for ‘low level’ waste”, the letter states. “There is controlled discharge direct to the Irish Sea not to mention run off to the Drigg Stream and River Irt.
“Discharges to the air of radioactive gases are ongoing. According to the British Geological Society the Drigg site is above a regional aquifer. It is also likely to be destroyed by coastal erosion in 500 to 5,000 years (computer modelling can be wrong either way). Much of the waste is long lived and high risk.”
The nuclear site, already one of the most dangerous and contaminated in Europe, could be inundated by sea water within a century.
14th April 2015 – Radioactive Fukushima food could be hitting UK shops through safety loopholes
Security experts warned the UK’s food import regulations are not strong enough to prevent products contaminated with radiation from entering the country.
Contaminated products such as tea, noodles and chocolate bars have already been exported from Japan by fraudsters using false labels.
An investigation by the Independent newspaper discovered there is a risk such food may have already arrived in the UK due to loopholes in safety regulations.
4th March 2013 – House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee, Sixth Report of Session 2012–13.
2.3 Other work has demonstrated that insoluble radionuclides (such as those produced by the irradiation of
uranium and other artificial elements), discharged to sea from the Sellafield site, can also travel hundreds of
kms from source. Radio nuclides, such as Plutonium 239 (with a half life of 24,110 years), adsorb strongly to
the outer surface of particulate matter suspended in the water column wherein they are available for transport
in the water column (over extended distances and time scales) and subsequent deposition into fine sediment
deposits such as estuarine and coastal mudflats and salt marshes. (Ref 5)
2.4 The 2009 monitoring of Irish Sea sediments, records the presence of the Sellafield derived actinides
Plutonium, Americium and Curium isotopes in fine sediment deposits (salt marshes and mudflats) on
the Irish Sea coasts of Cumbria, Lancashire, S.W. Scotland, North Wales and Northern Ireland. (Ref 6)
UK Marine monitoring reports invariable allude to the detectable presence of Sellafield derived
Plutonium as far away as the Bristol Channel and the Southern North Sea.
2.5 Thus there is no doubt that both soluble and insoluble radio nuclides discharged to sea are
physically adapted to being transported for:
(a) extensive time periods; and
(b) over extensive distances from point of discharge
1st January 2014 – Uranium – the ‘demon metal’ that threatens us all.
In 2006 I was commissioned as an expert in a legal case involving 9 children in Los Angeles who had developed the rare eye cancer retinoblastoma shortly after birth. They lived in the north west of the city, downwind from the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) a nuclear site involved in research into reactor development by an outfit called Rocketdyne – a subsidiary of Boeing.
Fallujah Study – The results showed an enormous increase in cancer, and this was most clear for in children (0-14) where the rate was 12.6 times the expected and in leukemia in young adults 0-34 where the rate was 38 times the expected.
The UK Gulf veterans are now in their 40s and are beginning to develop cancer. There are studies showing that US veterans have had children with birth defects.
18.10.2013 – First Tuesday Program aired on the 01 November 1983. Windscale: The Nuclear Laundry. Looks at the finding of childhood cancer excesses in a village called Seascale. 1 Mile from the Sellafield Reprocessing facility.
This 30 year old documentry lifts the lid on the shocking environmental contamination, being released by the Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, on the Cumbrian coast.
Way above average childhood cancers in local villages near the plant.
Plutonium found in household vacuum cleaner dust collected from local sea side cottages, on the coast near Sellafield.
1,000,000 gallons a day of liquid radioative waste following into the Irish sea, contaminating the food supply of communities all the way up the Irish and Scotland coastline, plus the North Atlantic Ocean.
Plutonium and other contaminants blown many miles inland from the contaminated coast line.
Major leaks and lots of acidents at the plant over its history of operation.
For centuries to come this radioactive contamination will affect future generations, and the environment. Criminal that they have been allowed to do this!
14th January 2013 – Tea England