Plutonium is the deadliest element known to man.
Ten pounds of Plutonium evenly distributed could kill-off the world population 10 times over.
There were 10 tons (the equivalent of 20,000 pounds) of Plutonium in unit 3.
In the first week of meltdown, Fukushima released more radioactive Cessium than Chernobyl and ALL of the Nuclear Bombs detonated during atmospheric testing.
Chernobyl was a 7 as rated by the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA). Fukushima should be an 8+ and still has not been contained.
There are millions of people in Japan living in radiation levels higher than those of the No-Go Zones of Chernobyl.
Since mid March 2011, large amounts of Radioactive Fallout and Hot Particles have made their way to North America.
The EPA stopped monitoring Fallout from Fukushima in late April 2011.
Before they stopped measuring radioactive fallout, radioactive Iodine, Cessium, Zeon and Uranium were measured in the U.S. at hundreds of times the legal background limit.
Thousands of tons of radioactive water have been released by Tokyo Power and Electric Co. (TEPCO) into the Pacific Ocean, contaminating water and sea life. Elements like Cessium and Uranium have half lives of thousands of years.
TEPCO and General Electric (GE) continue to obfuscate and hide the truth. It took 3 months to admit that a meltdown occurred in Units 1-3 and close to four months until a melt-through had been confirmed.
The Japanese Government and TEPCO have yet to begin entombing the reactors, because radiation levels are so high, that skilled technicians and engineers can only work for minutes at a time, before receiving their yearly dose of radiation. A few hours on site would lead to death.
“Hot Particles” are microscopic radioactive particles that travel with weather and wind patterns. When “Hot Particles” are inhaled by humans, they lodge in Lung and Bone tissue and create Cancers in the surrounding cells. Citizens in Tokyo, Japan, are inhaling 10 hot particles a day. Citizens in Seattle, Washington and Los Angeles, California are inhaling 5 hot particles a day.
Radiation levels that are multiple times above legal limits, as set by the Environmental Protection Agency, have been detected in rain water, milk, fish, dairy products, vegetables, fruits and beef products in the United States. This has not been covered by the Mainstream Media.