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Fukushima Disaster’s Effect on Food Supply


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Fukushima Disaster’s Effect on Food Supply

crowmuncher | Jul 28, 2011 11:26 AM

I would like to find out what my fellow Hounders know about the effects of the Fukushima disaster on the food supply? I find the event to be extremely significant to say the least since I've read that large amounts of water have been contaminated with radiation, pushed into the ocean, and then carried by currents. Unfortunately, I never really hear about it in the mainstream media due to distractions like (insert sensationalist story here). Please share what you know...

Note: I had posted this same question less than 24 hrs ago and it was removed. Since I have not received any info as to why and I’m a new hounder (started a week ago), I’m assuming it’s due to my choice of catchy title “*nthony’s W**n*r Isn’t Radioactive”? I feel that the mainstream media should have been covering the nuclear disaster. Instead they cover stories that clearly don’t have the global impact. I want to be clear that my only goal in posting this is to answer questions about our food supply that haven't been answered because the mainstream media has not been doing its job.

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