Food Integrity Now – Geoscientist Leuren Moret: The Fukushima Disaster Isn’t Over, Take Your Iodine! – E42

Do you believe the assurances by the EPA that the radiation from Fukushima is too diluted to harm our health? After all, we can’t see it, smell it, taste it, or feel it. There’s probably nothing to worry about, right? But Leuren Moret, a geoscientist who has been working to educate about the consequences of nuclear technologies, knows better. Her experience working at a nuclear weapons laboratory, and her research on the health impacts of nuclear facilities, gives her a thorough understanding of the ramifications.

Moret explains what happened in Fukushima and why. Her explanation includes the use of HAARP and the Stuxnet Virus, illustrating a well planned and executed sabotage. The result has been plumes of radiation over Mexico, Hawaii, and the Western coasts of the United States and Canada , where much of these nations foods are grown. With the information provided by earlier nuclear experimentation and disasters such as that at Chernobyl, Moret predicts how contamination of food with radiation will result in increased disease including cancers, diabetes, birth defects, mental illness, and lower IQ in new generations. Why would this purposely be done? Moret gives us insight into that question, and more importantly, information about how to reduce exposure to the radiation and protect our immune systems.

 

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  2. jen wilson says:

    what do you recommend taking after swimming in the dispersant in the gulf?

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