Skip to comments.WHO Fukushima Report - Good And Bad News
Posted on 05/24/2012 8:53:55 AM PDT by J Aguilar
A World Health Organization (WHO) preliminary estimate report on the 2011 accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant found that human risk of cancer did not increase in most of the country, but that some infants in a nearby town who were exposed to radioactive iodine-131 may have a higher lifetime risk of developing thyroid cancer.
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according to the WHO, we all died three years ago from the bird flu.
No, really? Really?
Golly. I would have never known this without a cadre of international bureaucrats telling me... except I already did my own math and reached the same conclusion some time ago.
Pardon me whilst I go back to being wholly unconcerned.
Nevermind that the main disaster was the tsunami and earthquake damage, not the Nuclear reactor.
ho ho ho ho ho
Indeed. Nevertheless I consider this a balanced report based on actual measured data and known statistic studies on health effects of radiation.
Is it any wonder that Americans are math & science illiterate? Government schools serve the government’s best interest, not the people’s.