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Dr. Cousens’ Radation Update

April 23, 2011

Radiation Update from Dr. Cousens

Since sending out my comprehensive radiation blog on March 28th, events have continued to unfold. While it is very difficult to get accurate radiation exposure information from the media, no news does not mean radiation exposure is not happening. Authorities have now decided that this event is no longer equivalent to the Three Mile Island incident (a category 5), but that the event has been upgraded to the highest level, a level 7 disaster, which is the worst level, and at least on the par with Chernobyl. The Fukushima complex actually has at least six nuclear reactors and six fuel ponds, making its potential radiation exposure equivalent to 8 nuclear reactors. It has had three documented meltdowns so far. It is now believed that the current crisis is 1,000 times worse than ever anticipated by the nuclear reactor builders, and has already exceeded Chernobyl by 10%. Instead of a one time Chernobyl blast, it is a steady leak that they estimate will take a minimum of 3 months to gain control of.

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