The Radiation Warnings You Won’t Get from the Mainstream Propaganda Machine

Cairenn

Senior Member.
I see both Enews and naturalnews being used to back up the claims. I have found both of those to often either 'magnify' something, or to be out and out lying about things.

I don't think either one of them checks the sources of their posters.

It would be nice to have some info from 2013 instead of 2011.
 

Trigger Hippie

Senior Member.
Where is the link to the Vancouver Sun article that claims radiation levels in seaweed tested from waters off the coast of British Columbia were 4 times the amount considered safe? The worldtruth.tv page links to Enews and the Enews link 404's.

So which article are these people talking about? The only Vancouver Sun story I found states quite clearly, a least three times, that radiation levels were not a danger to humans. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Ra...weed+rainwater+risk+humans/4516888/story.html

 

joelb79

Active Member
The claims in this article are very radical, and a lot of them have been already debunked or proven false.


You should be aware that the journal article that is the crux of this point has been met with a lack of good press from the peer review process. Essentially, the article is using a false premise and making an appeal to emotion and the scientific community has ripped it apart and completely debunked it. They cherry picked their data to fit their emotional appeal. That is hardly science at all and is a display of cognitive bias to the scientific community.


http://blogs.scientificamerican.com...hwest-due-to-fukushima-a-look-at-the-numbers/

http://ribjoint.blogspot.com/2012/06/mangano-fallicies.html

I cannot locate the source for your article's radiation claims and that is making it difficult to substantiate their results. For example they list erroneously 181 times federal standard but do not list what isotope that is for. Those seem more like re-hashed radical claims that were made in 2011. Our best science to this date shows that this disaster is hardly measurable in the USA without specialized equipment, and also that the levels were far below the public health hazard standards across the board.

The article the OP posted also claims that the government does not measure radiation. They most certainly do; those kinds of claims are pure hokum.
 
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