Over 462 trillion becquerels Fukushima strontium in Pacific Ocean, Seafood risk


  • Over 462 trillion becquerels Fukushima strontium in Pacific Ocean, Seafood risk

    Health risk looms as Pacific seafood accumulates radioactive poisoning

    After Japanese Prime Minister declared the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe under control Friday, Japan's The Asahi Shimbun newspaper released calculations Monday showing at least 462 trillion becquerels of radioactive strontium have leaked into the Pacific Ocean since Fukushima's No. 1 nuclear power plant catastrophe began, making it one of the world's most severe marine pollution cases in history. According to Greenpeace independent research, Government and retailors are not adequately protecting the public from dangerous radioactive contaminated Pacific seafood, still sold unlabeled in Japan and on the international market, including to the United States due to a secret pact between Secretary Clinton and the Japanese Prime Minister.

    Source: examiner.com