Fish testing at 124 times over radiation limit caught off Fukushima


ricohflex

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They could be canned and sold. Consumers would be none the wiser. You may get super-hero powers after eating it.
 

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Exposure

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remember those monsters from Pacific Rim movie ? i think it could be this way...
 

Yutaka Go

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They could be canned and sold. Consumers would be none the wiser. You may get super-hero powers after eating it.
If you turn green when you get angry, you may have already consume the fish :bsmilie:

Look out for green glowing fish when you eat sea food :bsmilie:
 

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remember those monsters from Pacific Rim movie ? i think it could be this way...
Those are aliens from another planet... but mutation of these animal will be unpredictable, and we dunno what the long term will happen... quite scary...
 

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They could be canned and sold. Consumers would be none the wiser. You may get super-hero powers after eating it.
i dun think they scanned every can food for radiation.. maybe we should start getting radiation detectors to scan our food
 

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So fishes are already pre-cooked before they are caught? Sashimi will be a thing of the past?
 

justme77

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So fishes are already pre-cooked before they are caught? Sashimi will be a thing of the past?
It may actually be the new in. Radioactive Sashimi :)
We have quite a number of weirdo's anyway (or those that is willing to try anything). A few million more wont make much difference.
 

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Shocking! Fishes caught in a known and restricted exclusion zone whereby hundreds of thousands of tons of radiological waste has already been leaking into is found to have Caesium-137 above limits.

Please worry more about the mercury content in seafood such as canned tuna.
 

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Fish testing at 124 times over radiation limit caught off Fukushima.
To understand the deep concern one must understand what is meant by "Fukushima":

"Fu" means fake in Japanese.

"Ku" is kuku in Hokkien. :bsmilie:

Shima means of course the island.

Now you know the real danger facing Japanese men after the consumption of contaminated radio-active seafoods. :bsmilie:
 

ricohflex

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They were caught 37 kilometers away.

Somehow the fish can survive. Who knows, it may lead to a great medical discovery or cure to dread disease.

Greed and profit motive will find its way to export the fish secretly to where else? To PRC where everyone is in a rush to get rich quick and they don't care what happens to the people who consume unwholesome food.
 

Yutaka Go

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To understand the deep concern one must understand what is meant by "Fukushima":

"Fu" means fake in Japanese.

"Ku" is kuku in Hokkien. :bsmilie:

Shima means of course the island.

Now you know the real danger facing Japanese men after the consumption of contaminated radio-active seafoods. :bsmilie:
The Jap are afraid of this :bsmilie:

 

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