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Microbiology professor gov needs to ban all fish imports from all regions of japan nuclear professor no one can block fish migration along with sea currents

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Microbiology Professor Gov needs to ban all fish imports from all regions of Japan Nuclear Professor No one can block fish migration along with sea currents

Microbiology Professor Gov needs to ban all fish imports from all regions of Japan Nuclear Professor No one can block fish migration along with sea currents

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  • 1. « Hawaii TV: Fukushima plume to reach coast of U.S. next year — “Radiation increase will be measurable” (PHOTO) Award-winning Filmmaker on Fukushima: “People have low white blood cell counts… children and adults experiencing more nosebleeds and rashes” - Japan Times » Search ENENews Microbiology Professor: “Gov’t needs to ban all fish imports from all regions of Japan” — Nuclear Professor: “No one can block fish migration along with sea currents” Published: September 12th, 2013 at 5:23 pm ET By ENENew s Email Article 20 comments Tw eet Title: Government says seawater passes safety test-INSIDE Korea Source: JoongAng Daily Date: Sept. 12, 2013 [...] Fear of radiation has grown so bad that Korean consumers have stopped buying even locally caught fish. Sales have plunged at discount and department stores, according to the nation’s largest discount chains [...] [Oceans Minister Yoon Jin-sook] dismissed concerns that contaminated fisheries from the eight blocked Japanese prefectures were being disguised as products from other parts of the country. [...] Meanwhile, some experts’ views contrast with the minister’s. “No one can block fish migration along with sea currents,” said Chang Jung- ouk, a nuclear energy policy professor at Matsuyama University. “When fishermen catch fish in Aomori Prefecture and trade them in Hokkaido, that means Korea could import fish from Aomori through Hokkaido.” Kim Ik-joong, a microbiology professor at Dongguk University, said current measures are not enough. “The government needs to ban all fish imports from all regions of Japan,” Kim said. See also: Expert: “Ban all fish from Japan” Published: September 12th, 2013 at 5:23 pm ET By ENENew s Email Article 20 comments Like ENENew s on Facebook Follow ENENew s on Tw itter Subscribe to the ENENew s RSS Feed Sign up for daily email updates Related Posts 1. TV: Public concern over Japan fish imports “looks to be justified” — Contaminated seafood recently on sale in Korea adding to fears — Over 6 million pounds found since 3/11 — Strong backlash against gov’t August 18, 2013 2. Newspaper: Fish contaminated with Fukushima radiation detected in Sri Lanka, says chairman of nuclear agency — Load included fish from seas off China March 1, 2012 3. Expert: “Ban all fish from Japan” — Cesium-137 absorbed by human body has 30 year half-life September 9, 2013 4. Study: Fukushima fallout detected in fish from Atlantic Ocean March 12, 2013 Register | Login WHO ELSE IS READING ENENEWS? “I rely pretty heavily on ENENews, a great news aggregator” -Arnie Gundersen, former nuclear industry executive and engineer “I check it on my phone all the time -- ENENews... from the beginning did an incredible job of gathering all these news sources” -Matt Noyes, professor at Meiji University in Tokyo “I invite your readers to go on the internet and check out Energy News” -Paul C. Garner, attorney for U.S. military personnel taking on Tepco “ENENews, my favorite website for this sort of thing” -John B. Wells, while hosting ‘Coast to Coast AM’ the #1 overnight radio program in U.S. Enenews 22,031 people like Enenews. Facebook social plugin LikeLike Follow @ENENews Enter your email address to receive DAILY UPDATES via email every morning between 7a-9a ET: Subscribe TODAY'S MOST VIEWED “Nuclear fuel fragments” from Fukushima found in Europe — 10,000+ kilometers from reactors — Study: Plume “directly from N. America” — Hot particles a “significant part” radioactive releases — Quickly spread over entire hemisphere — Film shows core material on Norway air filter (PHOTO) (1,388) Over 50 dead seals, sea lions, whales, walrus recently stranded in Alaska — Dozens of seals suffering from baldness, skin sores — Experts: “Marine transported Fukushima radionuclides… may represent a new stressor to ecosystem” (652) NBC Right Now: Explosion at U.S. nuclear site — Kept secret from public — Happened in plant where plutonium was manufactured — “One of the most hazardous buildings” in America — Workers: “Flames shot out… big, loud bang like a shot gun” (VIDEO) (285) Japan TV: ‘Endless fight’ against radiation — Levels in home at 7,500% gov’t limit — ‘Shocking’ 62,700 Bq/kg of cesium in mushrooms… “They just stared at the numbers” — Retired Official: “This will taste great fried…When decontamination finished it will be safe for people to return” (VIDEO) (178) Tokyo hit by worst quake since 3/11 — Felt throughout more than half of Japan prefectures — Expert: “People should take precautions for next several days” — AP: ‘Unusual’ quakes shake Alaska (145) HOMEMORELOCATION
  • 2. « Hawaii TV: Fukushima plume to reach coast of U.S. next year — “Radiation increase will be measurable” (PHOTO) Award-winning Filmmaker on Fukushima: “People have low white blood cell counts… children and adults experiencing more nosebleeds and rashes” - Japan Times » 5. Video of Insane-sized Tuna: Monster fish was targeted for radiation tests before being caught — “It’s exactly the size our scientists wanted” (VIDEO) September 9, 2012 September 12th, 2013 | Category: Asia, South Korea, World 20 comments to Microbiology Professor: “Gov’t needs to ban all fish imports from all regions of Japan” — Nuclear Professor: “No one can block fish migration along with sea currents” mairs September 12, 2013 at 6:26 pm Log in to Reply As the Pacific fishing industry starts to collapse. In perpetuity? It will only get worse and never better in our lifetimes. Report comment obewanspeaks September 12, 2013 at 6:46 pm Log in to Reply Correct! Report comment Proton September 12, 2013 at 8:07 pm Log in to Reply Hey! Dumbasses! You killed soooo many people by NOT IMMEDIATELY banning all pacific fish as soon as that Damn nuclear fuel went in the "drink"… It's called the Pacific Genocide. When did it start? Report comment Proton September 12, 2013 at 8:09 pm Log in to Reply Been fission in the ocean? Report comment Mack September 12, 2013 at 11:43 pm Log in to Reply "Unpardonable corruption in South Korea’s nuclear industry" http://nuclear-news.net/2013/09/12/unpardonable-corruption-in-south-koreas-nuclear- industry/ Report comment Dr. Goodheart September 13, 2013 at 12:54 am Log in to Reply Mass Die Off Of Starfish, Chitons, Abalone, Mussels, Sun Stars, Salmon In Pacific Ocean California To Vancouver; via @AGreenRoad http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/mass-die-off-of-starfish-chitons.html Report comment Search LATEST HEADLINES Over 50 dead seals, sea lions, whales, walrus recently stranded in Alaska — Dozens of seals suffering from baldness, skin sores — Experts: “Marine transported Fukushima radionuclides… may represent a new stressor to ecosystem” “Nuclear fuel fragments” from Fukushima found in Europe — 10,000+ kilometers from reactors — Study: Plume “directly from N. America” — Hot particles a “significant part” radioactive releases — Quickly spread over entire hemisphere — Film shows core material on Norway air filter (PHOTO) Japan TV: ‘Endless fight’ against radiation — Levels in home at 7,500% gov’t limit — ‘Shocking’ 62,700 Bq/kg of cesium in mushrooms… “They just stared at the numbers” — Retired Official: “This will taste great fried…When decontamination finished it will be safe for people to return” (VIDEO) Author had bouts of nosebleeds, plagued by unusual fatigue after Fukushima plant visits — Group of newspaper journalists “confess to suffering similar symptoms” — Official unbearably sick since 3/11, many residents are too they just don’t say it openly — Worker: “This is like going to war” Tokyo hit by worst quake since 3/11 — Felt throughout more than half of Japan prefectures — Expert: “People should take precautions for next several days” — AP: ‘Unusual’ quakes shake Alaska Alarm as record numbers of seals & sea lions ‘starving to death’ along California coast — “It’s just spiked… calls started coming nonstop” — “So many unhealthy… washing ashore” — “Extremely complex issue… multitude of factors in play” — “Definitely a mystery, we’re hoping it’s not the new norm” NBC Right Now: Explosion at U.S. nuclear site — Kept secret from public — Happened in plant where plutonium was manufactured — “One of the most hazardous buildings” in America — Workers: “Flames shot out… big, loud bang like a shot gun” (VIDEO) Gov’t Investigator: Acute hemorrhaging found in dead owls along west coast — Mortality event began 8 months after Fukushima explosions — “In very poor condition… badly emaciated” when arriving in Pacific Northwest from Arctic LATEST COMMENTS 4:24 AM EDT, May 07 Very true obewanspeaks. I admit it is an extreme reading of the facts... West Aussie Comment on "Nuclear fuel fragments" from Fukushima found in Europe -- 10,000+ kilometers from reactors... 3:55 AM EDT, May 07 It really is looking like it will take a miracle to fend off... Crickets Comment on "Nuclear fuel fragments" from Fukushima found in Europe -- 10,000+ kilometers from reactors... 3:51 AM EDT, May 07 It is correct that a problem in communicating the danger is that radiation... J. Comment on "Nuclear fuel fragments" from Fukushima found in Europe -- 10,000+ kilometers from reactors... 3:23 AM EDT, May 07 Halted shipments to WIPP causing problem for Los Alamos waste... http://www.abqj ournal.com/3952 33/abqnewsseeke r/stoppage-of-wipp- shipments-c ould-affect-jun e-30-deadline- f or-los-alamos-waste.html SadieDog Comment on Officials: "Grossly disturbed...
  • 3. obewanspeaks September 13, 2013 at 1:48 am Log in to Reply If Nuclear Radiation Contamination is Class 1 Mutagenic, then it has the ability to mutate all biological life that it encounters in its travels and many things will start to die in mysterious ways..it has begun. http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/ Report comment lyvette September 13, 2013 at 3:27 pm Log in to Reply We in the US need to ban EVERYTHING from Japan, especially fish!! Thanks Hilary for allowing the seafood to continue to be imported. Report comment bo September 13, 2013 at 3:35 pm Log in to Reply Last time I heard the highest reading from the grocery aisle in a supermarket in Tokyo was pistachio nuts from California. They're deadly gangnam style Report comment anne September 14, 2013 at 9:19 am Log in to Reply Hillary is no longer a government official. Please blame the past and present administration for this policy. A secretary of state only enacts the policy that he or she is authorized to do by the president and his advisers. Blame Obama and the bankers. Report comment 53North September 13, 2013 at 3:39 pm Log in to Reply @mack Nice link. The cloud in the photo, above the nuke plants & funny handshake, is geothermal 'earthquake cloud' from a (straight) fault gassing off/cooling/gassing off – hope it wasn't actually that near the plant. . . . Report comment obewanspeaks September 13, 2013 at 3:40 pm Log in to Reply bo stay away from the pistachios.. Report comment bo September 13, 2013 at 3:47 pm Log in to Reply Wonderful pistachios Report comment TheBigPicture September 13, 2013 at 11:42 pm Log in to Reply SadieDog Comment on Officials: "Grossly disturbed... disintegrated.. destroyed" bags found above nuclear material inside WIPP --... 3:05 AM EDT, May 07 More unusual animal behaviour. A goblin shark caught in the GOM??!! "Goblin sharks... fredquimby Comment on Over 50 dead seals, sea lions, whales, walrus recently stranded in Alaska --... 2:59 AM EDT, May 07 Wed, May 7, 7 pm Friday, May 9, 7 pm Sunday, May 11,... 4truth Comment on FORUM: Upcoming meetings, gatherings, & demonstrations about energy issues 2:43 AM EDT, May 07 Cap on Chernobyl should be finished in 2017. http://www.nyti mes.com/interac tive/2014/04/27 /science/cherno byl- capping-a-c atastrophe.html ?_r=0 SadieDog Comment on FORUM: General Nuclear Issues Discussion Thread 2:39 AM EDT, May 07 NY Times article. Chernobyl and the adapting nature 28 years later... http://www.nyti mes.com/2014/05 /06/science/nat ure-adapts-to-c hernobyl.html?h pw&rref=sci ence&_r=0 SadieDog Comment on FORUM: General Nuclear Issues Discussion Thread 2:30 AM EDT, May 07 immunotoxic: any agent which causes a decrease in immune cell development or function.... ChasAha Comment on Over 50 dead seals, sea lions, whales, walrus recently stranded in Alaska --... 2:27 AM EDT, May 07 I don't knowwhat's worse, but Nome, AK is much closer to lots... Alaskan Ice Comment on Over 50 dead seals, sea lions, whales, walrus recently stranded in Alaska --... >> Comment Archive DISCUSSION THREADS FORUM: General Nuclear Issues Discussion Thread (502 Comments) FORUM: Fukushima Webcam Discussion Thread (3,039 Comments) FORUM: Off-Topic Discussion Thread (Non-Nuclear Issues) for Mar. 25, 2014 – Present (2,988 Comments) FORUM: Post Your Radiation Monitoring Data Here (7,487 Comments) FORUM: Alternative Energy — Converting to clean, renewable energy sources (601 Comments) FORUM: Petitions, Ballot Initiatives, Other Signature Drives (VIDEO) (294 Comments) FORUM: Upcoming meetings, gatherings, & demonstrations about energy issues (558 Comments) FORUM: What should be done about Japan burning radioactive debris? (352 Comments) FORUM: Methods for combating radiation and its effects (1,682 Comments) FORUM: Effects of low level radiation (914 Comments) FORUM: Possible Fukushima-related Anomalies — Deformations, Yellow Rain, Metallic Taste in Mouth, etc. (1,939 Comments) >> See All Discussion Threads
  • 4. Ocean ruined. Can't eat fish. And it'll only get worse, thanks to nuclear. Report comment razzz September 14, 2013 at 4:30 am Log in to Reply How long should the ban last? Does anyone ever release the results after testing seafood samples for radioactivity anymore? Report comment Deplant September 14, 2013 at 8:27 am Log in to Reply Hello, long time subscriber to the site, recently registered. 1st post. The comments here are invaluable. ?: finally procured a Geiger (PRM-9000). I understand (well) the limitations (scintillator lectures are long of tooth!). Any recommendations for a decent (not just chopsticks/nubs) shim-setup when using the device~alpha? Concerned about tube integrity (standard pancake/mica+screen). Was thinking of a Velcro-attaches-to-shim kinda setup. Any suggestions would be well appreciated! Ty! Report comment Mack September 14, 2013 at 8:40 am Log in to Reply Welcome to Enenews, Deplant. I re-posted your comment at the "Radiation Monitoring Forum" in case it gets lost in this thread. Folks at the Rad Forum might be able to answer your questions: http://enenews.com/forum-post-radiation-monitoring-data-april-30-2012-present Report comment anne September 14, 2013 at 9:23 am Log in to Reply Fish has been radioactive for upwards of 80 years. I stopped eating fish 40 years ago. Blame yourself if you are still eating fish or any animal products which are at least 20 times more radioactive than other vegetable food. Report comment anne September 14, 2013 at 9:24 am Log in to Reply I also stopped eating anything from Japan 3/11. Report comment SusanS September 14, 2013 at 11:25 am Log in to Reply ☢ Fukushima Petitions to Sign & Share! ☢ ☢ Japan Needs Worldwide Help NOW! ☢ http://tinyurl.com/FixFuku We need a worldwide consortium made up of experts in the field to start brainstorming solutions to what is happening in Fukushima and what can be done to FIX it. We need them NOW. Each country will also need to commit funds to this effort, since it is and will continue to affect the entire planet. The consequences could be the extinction of all life on earth. It is past time to do this. Japan is calling for help and they can not handle it alone. >> See All Discussion Threads SUBMIT YOUR NEWS TIPS Your identity will not be made public unless you request it Type in form below and click 'submit': CAPTCHA Code: Submit LIVE FEEDS TEPCO and TBS Webcams RECEIVE OCCASIONAL ENENEWS NEWSLETTERS Name E-mail Subscribe SUPPORT ENENEWS ENENews receives no funding from anyone or anything, except 1) People who donate via the button below, and 2) Google, who pays for the two ad spots. Thanks to all who have donated or are planning on doing so, it's nice to know people appreciate your work.
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