We’re Eating Fukushima Radiation; Bloody Cancerous Tumors in Fish & Seafood

Fish and seafood are often considered healthy, and most people feel like seafood is good for you. However, today, is that really the case?

As of June 2015, the radiation in the Pacific Ocean reached the US West Coast; the seafood you’ve been eating from the Pacific ocean is loaded with Cesium-137 and Strontium-90. Both radioactive. Strontium-90 mimics calcium. Both radioactive strontium and cesium may end up getting deposited in human bones, where the radiation wreaks havoc on bone marrow, causing bone cancers and blood cancers like Leukemia.

The radiation in the fish is so terrible that wild-caught Alaskan Salmon, Pacific Herring, and Canadian whitefish are being found bloody, with cancerous tumors throughout their bodies. (Superstation95)

Radiation particles moving across the Pacific Ocean

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Why is this problem 0ccurring? Fukushima…and perhaps nuclear disasters we do not know about. Everyone seems to know about how the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant was hit by a tsunami which resulted in at least three reactors melting down and four reactors exploding.

This created a problem that the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) didn’t tell anyone about until a full YEAR after the disaster took place. Ground water, flowing from inland, was seeping beneath the blown-up reactors, coming into contact with the melted-down reactor cores, becoming highly radioactive, then flowing into the Pacific Ocean. 300 tons of this radioactive water has been seeping into the Pacific Ocean EVERY DAY since March 15, 2011. Nothing has stopped it, and the flow continues to this very day, October 31, 2015. (Superstation95)

Of course, now most marine life in the Pacific Ocean is contaminated, and many animals are dying. Fish caught and tested near the site have tested positive for radioactive particles. Also, bluefin tuna found near California have also tested positive.

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If one looks at the ocean currents above, they can easily see how most sea life in the Pacific Ocean is affected by the leaked radiation. The radiation in the fish is so terrible that wild-caught Alaskan Salmon, Pacific Herring, and Canadian whitefish are being found bloody, with cancerous tumors throughout their bodies. (Superstation95)

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The government and nuclear power industry say there is nothing to worry about, but the deaths of sea life and the strange growths found on fish tell a different story.

According to the Local Environmental Observers (LEO) Network in Hydaburg, Alaska, strange growths in the flesh or meat of salmon have been found. “We were fishing for Cohos (silver salmon) at the mouth of the Hydaburg River with line and reel,” said Brian Holter, Jr., who said that eight fish were filled up inside with strange growths that were either white or pink in color. “On the outside the fish looked fine. The growths looked kind of like individual little salmon eggs, and about the same size. The people were seeing the same type of growths in their fish as well,” he continued. (Superstation95)

It appears Pacific fish are no longer safe to eat. What do you think?

Below is a discussion of the effects of the radiation leak on sea life in the Pacific Ocean.

 

It is also worth noting that commercially caught fish should always be questioned or avoided — radiation or not! Mercury fallout from coal burning should be considered as it accumulates in ocean fish and may lead to mercury poisoning. Several people sell commercially caught fish, whom I know personally, that say they would never eat it. I have also had friends who worked under oppressive conditions for fishermen in Alaska; they were not impressed with what they termed “the rape of Alaska’s wild, natural resources.”  If you eat fish, catch it yourself or buy from someone you know who catches away from contaminated waters.

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63 comments
Eva Gajda - November 19, 2015

I don’t eat fish, but if I did – I would never eat it. I had a conversation recently with a gentleman who has been fishing on the West Coast for over 45 years, and he said he’s opened up some nasty fish, describing them as “not normal” the organs and color just didn’t look right. It’s a shame, especially since fish is really so good for you.

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    Jason - November 24, 2015

    You lost me at: “I don’t eat fish, but if I did- I would never eat it.”

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      Eva Gajda - November 30, 2015

      I could see how that sounds a bit odd – I just meant that I would stop eating it due to the contamination.. ☺

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Tatiana Viegas - November 20, 2015

We shouldn’t be eating animals in the first place anyways!! Poor fish!

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    Klight - February 21, 2016

    Lol, God made fish for us to eat, Jesus Christ himself ate fish. I think fish are just fine to eat and most fish are healthy for you.

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      Firstly Lasty - April 10, 2016

      jesus and god don’t exist, dumbass

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        Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

        Hold that thought, til you meet them…………..

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          mailin - August 17, 2016

          There are over 2000 religions out there…

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          Willie Brown - August 17, 2016

          thanks for sharing

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          Firstly Lasty - February 1, 2017

          Kindly hold your own thoughts until you meet the Flying Spaghetti Monster. He will doom you to a thousand years of darkness for failing to believe in him.

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      Sleddog - May 25, 2016

      It’s these kinds of archaic attitudes that prevent the protection of animals and keep us from living harmoniously on this planet. We’re an animal. A human primate. Just because we have big brains doesn’t mean we’re smart. For example. Most of the planet believes in a supernatural cloud spirit that arose from a middle eastern desert a few thousand years ago and judges you on whether you touch your naughty bits. Humans are no more than a superstitious ape with good tools.

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        Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

        I have a good tool, but am not an ape. Your ancestors may have been monkeys, but mine were not so go spank your monkey

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          Sleddog - July 30, 2016

          Sadly, you’re wrong. We are all human primates, a branch off the ape tree. Our DNA is so close to theirs we all could be cousins. Science has proven Darwinism for many years now. Also sadly, you seem to be one of those who would have likely burned them for being witches given the chance; then knelt by your bed and whisper to a cloud spirit while you ask it for forgiveness. It’s you who still lives in the jungle with your ancient superstitions. Where’s your scientific proof of god? we sent satellites and cameras and telescopes into the heavens. It’s empty save for noble gases, rocks and light. No pearly gates, no nation of cloud people as described by your beliefs. Where are they? Are you going to say invisible? Why not show yourself then? It your belief system that is causing wars. It’s your belief that allows for other humans and all animals to be treated as lesser beings. Similar to the tone of your reply.

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          Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

          I see from your other non-sensical remarks that you not only consider yourself superior to anyone posting an opinion different than yours, you also are one of those related to apes. Ok Tarzan, go breed with a monkey and let me know how many kids you spawn. Thousands of creatures have similar DNA, but they cannot procreate. Your idea that all this was created out of nothing is comical and good for a laugh anyway. At the end if life, we shall find out, shant we? If I am wrong, no harm, no foul…. if you are wrong, eternity will sure suck for you.but mabye you can convince God that you know better than he does……..

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          Sleddog - July 30, 2016

          If I held a penny over a table and asked you to pray to god that I don’t drop it, would it stop me from dropping the penny? If ten thousand of your friends prayed that I don’t drop it? would it stop me from dropping the penny? If 4 billion human primates all got down on their knees and faced the holy lands and prayed has hard as they could, would this stop me from opening my hand and dropping the penny on the table? There is NO will of god. I hold the choice to drop the penny. There is now power of prayer other than self affirmation. 4 billion prayers could not stop me from dropping the penny. There is no evidence of god other than what humans have claimed. You were indoctrinated by your parents at youth to believe in a supernatural spirit that judges you. I do judge you, and other’s who believe in these supernatural stories. When I die, there is no eternity; there is non existence. Not even “nothing” because the little electric synapse in my brain will have stopped firing and my comprehension of my surroundings will cease to exist. Everything I know about the universe will end, as will all time and my understanding of it. For you it may continue for a few more years, but the universe will end for you too, as it has for our billions of genetic ancestors back down the line (who’ve never once reappeared in any conclusive form). You may think I’m arrogant, but believing that some supernatural judgey spirit specifically listens in on your thoughts and whispers when you ask it for stuff is the height of not only arrogance but ignorance as well. I fear neither judgment from a god or from human primates. I’m passing through my life, helping all animals where I can, including human ones, and then when my body becomes too ill or too old, everything ends and nothing matters.

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          Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

          what a sad sad little pointless life you lead. Why not off yourself since you are nothing, will BE nothing, and have nothing to look forward to?

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          Sleddog - July 30, 2016

          I have a loving family and a career as a film maker. I enjoy reading and learning and volunteering at the animal shelter. Clearly you’re the kind of scum bag that leeches misery, and for you information, it’s illegal to counsel someone to kill themselves online. If I were to actually follow through with that, you could be prosecuted so, even though your clearly mentally ill and would find that funny. You might want to consider protecting yourself in the future by thinking before you put something like that online. (and also pretty hypocritical for a christian isn’t it?)

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          Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

          You ended any chance for a reasonable discussion when you sank to calling names. More proof of your miserable existence.
          And for YOUR information< I asked you a QUESTION. I did not 'Council" you to kill yourself. Anyone that made it through high school could see that I asked you why you would stick around with such a miserable life.
          Then again, the odds of having a reasonable discussion with the descendant of a monkey really is pointless isn't it? Now that you have been properly chastised, are you going to resort to pooping in your hand and throwing it at me?

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          Sleddog - July 30, 2016

          I could do that, but why assume that because I don’t believe in supernatural spirits that I don’t lead a fulfilling and happy life. The fact that I know this is a one shot deal makes me enjoy life even more, no do overs. And why such a hostile tone? Is it not you who are judging me for having a strong belief in science or is it that I judge you for being superstitious and anachronistic?

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          mailin - August 20, 2016

          It sounds like you will always look forward to something you may never get, whereas the rest of us will enjoy these precious moments we currently have. If you enjoy every moment of life and focus on the present, you will never leave this life with any regrets!

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          mailin - August 20, 2016

          What is wrong with monkeys?

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          Willie Brown - September 9, 2016

          Nuthin, ate a lot of them in the 60’s

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      mailin - August 17, 2016

      And god made sharks with sharp teeth so that they could eat humans! :-)
      Its always hilarious when Bible freaks pull out these old stories.

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    Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

    PETA! FOREVER!!!!!!! May KARMA bless PETA!!! (People Eating Tasty Animals)

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    Willie Brown - August 17, 2016

    hahahahaha! poor fishy wishy……………lolololol!

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Enrique Jose Sanabria - November 21, 2015

This site is using Fish photos more then 10 years old and no actual input from direct scientist sources…..

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Aaron Hankins - November 21, 2015

Yeah, stupid people have taken over no doubt. Those “blood cancerous tumors”?
IT’S SALMON ROE! And the white clusters? FAT DEPOSITS. Not to mention OHSU has done extensive testing on commercially sold fish to determine if there is any radiation. The levels were so low, they had to design specialized equipment to detect it.

Also 300 tons of water is not alot. It converts to 264 gallons, times that by number of days in a year and you get 96,360 gallons. There is 264 BILLION gallons in a cubic kilometer. The dispersal rate (remember your high concentrations to low concentration folks) is enormous. The amount of potentially radiated water is out done BY ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE.

Lastly to you really think the international community would tolerate the sale of irradiated product. Government would shut us down. Just look at the west coast red tide issue. We aren’t fishing because the crabs have poisonous substance in their bodies right now and they need time to flush it from themselves.

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    woodguy11 - January 30, 2016

    OK Aaron….we now have a nuclear site still leaking into the ocean….oil spills abound….we have a nuclear waste dump site leaking into the Columbia River….you may disagree with this but putting toxic waste into our oceans will eventually get to us . We are at the top of the food chain and it will get to us soon enoughl…there have been recent beaching of Sperm Whales …cause….they were searching for food and never found any. You are just like the climate deniers you won’t believe until it is touching your nose

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      Klight - February 21, 2016

      If Obama and the elites were so worried about CO2 then why do they fly around in planes and drive big limos take vacations every other week. You realize how much CO2 was put out in those stupid climate change meetings the elites have? or how much is put out every time Obama takes a golfing trip? yeah I don’t think they are to worried about it, it is just a scam to screw everyone else through taxation and control and use that to fund a one world socialist government.

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        vardarac - March 2, 2016

        Hypocrisy does not have anything to do with the value of a message itself. Ambulance chasers don’t disprove the existence of ambulances.

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        woodguy11 - June 2, 2016

        Why do people fly on our 3 day holidays? 74 million went flying on memorial weekend. They don’t seem to care about CO2

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      CommonSense - March 17, 2016

      Plus, Rocket fuel in Californias water we use on Central Valey crops!

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    Judy Derrickson - September 5, 2016

    I am glad someone caught the obvious salmon roe photo. There are enough ignorant people around who would fall for it.

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Paul Heywood - November 24, 2015

No, Those white clusters are Henneguya Zshokkei a common parasite, and there is a blood tumour or damage to the bloodline of the other picture. which is quite common and has been for as long as Ive been cleaning fish both freshwater and tidal. Im a chef avid fisherman for 30 years, and I have worked at many fish plants on the west coast and let me tell tell you, this artical is fear mongering crap written by an absolute ignorant asshole, no doubt radiation will affect our fish stocks but it hasn’t in the way they are shoving down the main stream medias throat.

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    Chris Nimmo - February 15, 2016

    Hi Paul, I just checked Henneguya Zshokkei in Wikipedia and the photo used in the artice as evidence of radiation is identical as the one used in Wikipedia to show Henneguya Zshokkei.

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      Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

      Thanks for that. While we do need to take better care of the big “nest” we all live in, the rabid enviroMENTALISTS are only hurting the cause they fight for by lying and exaggerating. Keep crying wolf and soon people will forget the sound of your voice.

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Leigh Caldwell - February 5, 2016

I don’t care what some of you people below are trying to convince us that the ugly things we see on these fish are just Roe, Fat Deposits, and Parasites ……..As soon as that Japanese Nuclear Disaster happened I knew that the Radiation would defintiely leak out into the Pacific and that the prevailing winds would take it eventually over to the west coast of the U.S. and Canada ! It’s only common sense. I also knew that we should not be eating any fish from the Pacific Ocean for a long time now . Not until there is scientific testing done on fish out in the Pacific off the coast of North America and we find out for sure if they are contaminated with nuclear waste/radiation ! Well, of course they will be ! they are swimming ”in” and ”drinking” the contaminated radiated water from the Nuclear Plant disaster ! It doesn’t take a Rhodes Scholar to figure out that those fish and likely fish for several generations in that area of the Ocean will be highly toxic to eat. That is why I only buy and eat Atlantic Salmon, since that accident happened.
However…..When you look at the map and see the names of all the countries that have shores on the Pacific Ocean and you look at the names of the countries from the high north coast to the south coast of that area of the world, you will see there are many countries that are not likely to have adequate or properly functional waste disposal systems that spew their liquid waste from their probably polluted rivers and streams into the Pacific. And there are many cities along the western Pacific in the Asian continent that don’t likely even have proper waste disposal treatment plants and whose raw sewage , including highly toxic chemicals from factories ( think of china) and other poorer countries, that just spew out those nasty poisonous chemicals directly into the Pacific ! To my thinking the Pacific is one huge chemical stew….and especially off the coastal area not only where the Nuclear spill happened at Fukushima, but up and down that coast for a thousand miles or more in each direction.
So, I will not be eating any seafood from that Ocean.
In fact, due to years and centuries of unsafe chemical and toxic waste disposal systems from many overseas 3rd world countries and other countries with inadequate treatment plants, it’s likely the Pacific is quite chemically poisoned from North to South.
In North America the U.S. and Canada….who do take up almost the entire continent of North America, are quite diligent about having very good waste treatment facilities that are up to standards or better. So the Ocean off the Atlantic is likely a much safer source of uncontaminated fish and seafood.
Personally I rarely eat any kind of fish because in my thinking ”the oceans are the toilet bowl and cesspools of the world ! ! Who would want to eat fish or any seafood from most of those oceans ? Not me thank you ! The bigger and older the fish the longer it’s been exposed in the ocean to toxic chemicals. That’s my take on the situation. We each have to make our own decisions about what we want to put into our bodies. So think about it all……..

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    colin macdonald - February 28, 2016

    If you think 10kilograms of radionuclide can contaminate half of the world’s oceans… Well what more can I say.

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      George A. Veghte - August 3, 2016

      The accumulative effects of the contamination from all over the planet that is doing the most damage, I have been in many countries, so I know for a fact and have seen the Nuclear and many other forms commercial pollution, within many countries’ add it all up and we are killing our oceans. I think its time that we become better Stewart’s of this planet and if we do, Nature will over time heal it self, but long as we challenge the genetic coding of human and Animals by any form of harmful chemicals we are forever changing the base code and causing the birth defects that are causing the deaths of millions of people and animals. The numbers are being suppressed by Japan and Tepco, however some Japaneses scientists and doctors have gotten the real numbers out and an average of 10,000 people mostly children under the age of 12, are contracting mainly bone and thyroid cancers from the massive and continuing release of Radionuclides. The other problem is Genetic Malformations and heart issues where the signals that tell the heart to beat are being interrupted kids with pacemakers wonderful…

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    vardarac - March 2, 2016

    “I don’t care what some of you people below are trying to convince us”

    Facts and evidence be damned, I have my ideas and I’m sticking to them!

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      Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

      Nailed that goofy broad to the wall……..

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Klight - February 21, 2016

Coal powered plants in the US are filtered, the only thing that comes out of them is clean filtered coal plants is CO2. The answer, go back to burning coal using filters and also natural gas is clean burning. Get rid of nuclear plants all together, and windmills are useless as their power output is poor and they are expensive to put up and maintain, compared to coal or gas.
These CO2 global warming kooks take pictures of coal plants in the cold weather you seen water vapor pouring out of them to try and make them look bad, complete BS.

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    Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

    Keep in mind that the tightly controlled US coal power production is but a fraction of world coal power, and China and many other countries do not scrub the emissions from their plants. Wind passing over China today is in North America in one week…………….

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    George A. Veghte - August 3, 2016

    Hey Coconut, your statement is by far the best one’ I have read up to this point 3 cheers.

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    mailin - August 20, 2016

    The problem are not only the particles, but also the large quantities of CO2. Houses in the US need to be better built and become more energy efficient. There is no reason to burn coal when you can improve isolation in a house. The same for heating water: place some solar panels on the roof to collect the energy from the sun. Its easy and many modern countries use them every day!

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    Judy Derrickson - September 5, 2016

    Yeah, now here come the CO2 sky is falling nuts. The basic unit of all life, now seen as a “pollutant” because people didn’t learn chemistry 101. (including judges in the courts) Just plant more trees, it will balance out.

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colin macdonald - February 28, 2016

The biggest source of radioactivity in the human body is the potassium 40 we ingest in our daily diet. On average we have about 100mg each. Fukushima released between 2 and 4 kg of Caesium 137 into the Pacific. Assuming that it had been properly mixed I calculate that you need to drink 3000llitres of Pacific to get the equivalent dose of 100mg K40. If you desalinated the water of course you would have to drink more. I leave it some other poor unfortunate to calculate how many thousand salmon steals you need to consume to achieve the banana equivalent dose.

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    Justin Avery - April 1, 2016

    Thank you Colin…

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colin macdonald - February 28, 2016

Ever heard of the no linear threshold model of radiation? This assumes that there is no safe level of rradioactivity, importantly it has no evidence to support it. Indeed there is evidence to support the opposite, that a small amount is good for you.
Regardless, the amount of radioactivity in the water after iit has travelled across is ggoing to be so tiny that it can have no effect either way. If it was 300 tons of plutonium being released I might be concerned. However it’s not, more like 3 ounces in all that contaminated water.
If you’re going to worry about diet, worry about the processed gloop stripped of nutrients that we consume, and not the imaginary risks from Pacific salmon, of which there are obvious health benefits.
I’ll gladly carry on eating Pacific salmon, finest way to obtain essential fatty acids. If you want to suffer all the malidies of our modern industrialised diet , don’t eat fish.

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    Justin Avery - April 1, 2016

    Thank You Colin…

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Jak Crow - February 29, 2016

The white spots and the growths on the salmon are from parasites you moron.

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tgvas - March 30, 2016

One of the larger retailers of Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon does share the testing data with customers, however, it is highly suspect that they share tests that are no less then 1 full year old, when I am well aware that these tests take no more then a few weeks to conduct and document.
The photos might very well be BS, however, there is an extensive history of Government/Corporate lies conveyed to the public for decades and I’m not going to suddenly start trusting them now.
Very sad that I will not include my favorite Sockeye in my meals but better safe then very sorry later on in life.

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Susan Redeford - April 14, 2016

Is it in the salmon fish oil capsules that they are selling too or are they still safe ?
Does anyone know ?

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    Jonah Williams - May 28, 2016

    none of these images are from anything to do with this disaster. the amount of radiation we are talking about, diluted into the worlds oceans – is seriously next to nothing. Stop worrying

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    Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

    Yes, and yes. It is there and yes they are safe, unless you eat 4568 pounds of capsules each day.

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Ziva David - May 25, 2016

Found this rejoinder and it has me wondering: Tom Broeckx There is already enough mischief without spreading wrong data: the tumor picture is one out of a series from 2004 and has nothing to do with Fukushima radiation. The white dots in the salmon are actually a quite common myxosporean parasite of salmon (Henneguya salminicola). And the last picture, shows salmon eggs, not some sort of devilish reddish tumors… LoL.
Get your facts straight David Wolfe and leave science to scientists… .

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Kangiska Garcia - May 26, 2016

Seriously, and if they are going to show salmon with radiation, why not use a real picture? The one he has listed here is a salmon with a parasitic infection. Oh, the woo here, it burns.

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Megan McCabe - May 28, 2016

I hope there is change in our waters soon!! Humans need to stop polluting the planet and take your part to care for it!

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Willie Brown - July 30, 2016

This trash “journalism” shows how utterly stupid the libtard voters are. Confirmation that they are willing to let some “Scientist” think for them. They fell lock stock and barrel for the darwin and evolution scam. Too funny

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    mailin - August 20, 2016

    You would hope that going to church would open your eyes, but sadly it seems not… You probably go to Church every Sunday and also own a gun at home… That is something that has always puzzled me with Christians, despite the 10 commandments they all learn at catechism.

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      Willie Brown - September 9, 2016

      “Thou shalt not commit MURDER” It does NOT say thou shalt not kill. You get dropped on yer haid?

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      Willie Brown - November 10, 2016

      Does not say THOU SHALT NOT KILL. It reads THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT MURDER. Damn yer dumb.

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George A. Veghte - August 3, 2016

Its The accumulative effects of the contamination from all over the planet
that is doing the most damage, I have been in many countries, so I know
for a fact and have seen the Nuclear and many other forms commercial
pollution, within many countries’ add it all up and we are killing our
oceans. I think its time that we become better Stewart’s of this planet
and if we do, Nature will over time heal it self, but long as we
challenge the genetic coding of human and Animals by any form of harmful
chemicals we are forever changing the base code and causing the birth
defects that are causing the deaths of millions of people and animals.
The numbers are being suppressed by Japan and Tepco, however some
Japaneses scientists and doctors have gotten the real numbers out and an
average of 10,000 people mostly children under the age of 12, are
contracting mainly bone and thyroid cancers from the massive and
continuing release of Radionuclides. The other problem is Genetic
Malformations and heart issues where the signals that tell the heart to
beat are being interrupted kids with pacemakers This is just wonderful…
Be sure to get your daily dose of hot particles, also so you can get lung cancer.

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