Kiersten Marek:

Radioactive fish still a problem.

Originally posted on Eat and Beat Cancer:

A year and a half post disaster and contamination levels in nearby fish are not declining as should be expected, reports marine chemist Dr. Ken Buesseler in an article for Science magazine. We need to know why, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute scientist has been stating publicly for months now.

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  1. Yeah, well, we were on that. In the 1970′s Japan had a tragic occurrence of mercury contamination that caused awful birth defects. The mechanism was the same, concentration up the food chain.

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