Fukushima: Early stage China Syndrome? Global media blackout via National

Deborah Dupre

, Human Rights Examiner August 20, 2011

Fukushima ‘seriously out of control,’ nuclear industry seriously in control of global media blackout

Since Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear energy plant has reportedly released 20 times the radiation contamination amount of the Hiroshima bomb, and its molten core is sinking through the Earth’s crust, it appears to be in early stages of a “total China Syndrome meltdown” according to a Russia Today report Thursday during which Beyond Nuclear’s Paul Gunter answered why media is blacking out the catastrophe, as noted by numerous scientists, and he revealed the increasing threat of a nuclear explosion.
“The total amount of leakage [is] about 29.6 times the amount of contamination caused by the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Assuming the source material to be uranium, we think the total amount of leakage to be about 20 times what was caused by the Hiroshima bomb.”
Those were among alarming words stated by Dr. Tatsuhiko Kodama, 58, head of the University of Tokyo Radioisotope Center Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology in Meguro-ku in an interview with The Mainichi Daily News on August 20.
Dr. Kodama had reported the same data as he testified before Japanese Parliament’s Committee for Health, Labor and Welfare of the Lower House of the Diet on July 27. His testimony made headline news in Japan, but not in the U.S. according to Russia Today’s Tom Hartmann who wanted to know why media is continuing its blackout campaign against best interest of the public.
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