Please, avail yourself of the information in it. Watch the video, read the review and download the book.
Avops over at -Musings of a Tired Soul, made the comment that knowledge is power.
To which I responded-
Knowledge is power, that is true.
But what use we put that knowledge to is of the utmost concern.
As you and I see the ptb's have lots of knowledge, but, they use it for evil.
We have to use ours for good.
To shine the light on their dark.
The information here is like a bright spotlight on the darkness and lies the government, media, nuclear industry and the military industrial complex are spewing as they decieve their way through the Fukushima disaster
First an interview with Dr. Alexey Yablokov. It is recent and though the interview is largely about Chernobyl, he speaks on Fukushima.
The interview is 35 minutes long. 35 minutes well spent.
Now onto a review of the book written by a woman he refers to in the video. A Canadian woman by the name of Dr. Rosalie Bertell. Her review excerpted below-
Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment is wrtitten by Alexey Yablokov, Vassily Nesterenk and Alexey Nesterenko. The senior author, Alexey Yablokov was head of the Russian Academy of Science under Gobachev – since then he receives no support. Vassily Nesterenko, head of the Ukrainian Nuclear establishment at the time of the accident, flew over the burning reactor and took the only measurements. In August 2009, he died as a result of radiation damage, but earlier, with help from Andrei Sakarov, was able to establish BELRAD to help children of the area.
The three scientists who assembled the information in the book from more than 5000 published articles and research findings, mostly available only within the former Soviet Union or Eastern block countries and not accessible in the West, are prestigious scientists who present objective facts clearly nuanced with little or no polemics. They were not encumbered by a desire to promote or excessively blame a failed technology
The government of the former Soviet Union previously classified many documents now accessible to the authors. For example, we now know that the number of people hospitalized for acute radiation sickness was more than a hundred times larger than the number recently quoted by the IAEA, WHO and UNSCEAR. Unmentioned by the technocrats were the problems of “hot particles” of burning uranium that caused nasopharyngeal problems, and the radioactive fallout that resulted in general deterioration of the health of children, wide spread blood and lymph system diseases, reproductive loss, premature and small infant births, chromosomal mutations, congenital and developmental abnormalities, multiple endocrine diseases, mental disorders and cancer.
The authors systematically explain the secrecy conditions imposed by the government.
While listening to this interview and reading the review, I will admit the oxymoron of our "free" western press and "democratic governments" aiding in the coverup of the deadly potential of Fukushima in the same way as the so called oppressive Soviet government really struck me.
Now onto the book. I came by this via a visitor from the website Rabble.
I started to read the intro. Get the book. This information is likely the closest to the truth we are ever going to get about how radiation will affect us, based on how it affected those around Chernobyl. Download and Save it!