Fukushima radiation may affect air travelers

From Global Research Report:

Christina Consolo, a radiation expert and radio host also known as “Radchick” has now released the first-ever FAQ (“Frequently Asked Questions”) on how Fukushima radiation may affect you when you travel by air, anywhere in the world…

Among the revelations you will find in Radchick’s FAQ and ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre are:

  • During a flight to Cancun, Mexico in 2013 on which Radchick took a Geiger counter, she was exposed to 1/10 of the FAA-mandated yearly radiation exposure limit as measured by her Geiger counter on that flight. Both Radchick and her daughter suffered kidney failure after the flight and a number of passengers and crew developed radiation illness problems. Radchick says the TSA is now taking away Geiger counters from passengers as they board airliners.

  • In flight heart attack/passing out – Prior to Fukushima (3/11/2011), there are only 6 documented cases of pilots passing out at the controls in the history of commercial aviation. Radchick found that post-Fukushima there is a sizable increase in the number of radiation illness anomalies, such as heart attack, passing out, health issues, unruly passenger reports (radiation affects the executive function of the brain).
  • Post Fukushima Celebrity Sickness and Cancer/Death List – Most U.S. celebrities are frequent flyers. In her FAQ Radchick releases an updated list of Celebrities impacted by radiation illness related symptoms.

Radchick also provides this info:

Aircrew are classified as radiological workers by the NCRP (National Center for Radiation Protection) and they get more radiation than nuclear power plant workers.

Who knew?

It’s on record that “Commercial air carriers were trying to make the decision whether or not to ground flights because of rads.”

Title: Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi ET Audio File Source: US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Date: March 17, 2011

MALE PARTICIPANT: So they’re pumping those, but they’re worried because, you know, they may get grounded eventually, because of — because of, you know, radiation. They are worried about radiation. Commercial air carriers are trying to make the decision whether they are going to stop their flights

The tsunami hit Japan on March 11, 2011, six days before this conversation.

As Radchick points out:

Radiation in the atmosphere is not evenly distributed.  As with radiation in the oceans, radiation in the atmosphere follows law of fluid dynamics in the atmosphere and is dependent on weather fronts, the location of existing radiation plumes in the atmosphere, as well as weather warfare patterns.

That’s different than the official story that radiation released from Fukushima will disperse in the sea and air. Worldwide, governments are lying about radiation levels. For example, from Radchick’s FAQ page:

Health Canada covered up radiation levels too: For 22 days, a Health Canada monitoring station in Sidney detected iodine-131 levels in the air that were up to 300 times above the normal background levels. Radioactive iodine levels shot up as high as nearly 1,000 times background levels in the air at Resolute Bay, Nunavut.

Meanwhile, government officials claimed there was nothing to worry about. “The quantities of radioactive materials reaching Canada as a result of the Japanese nuclear incident are very small and do not pose any health risk to Canadians,” Health Canada says on its website. “The very slight increases in radiation across the country have been smaller than the normal day-to-day fluctuations from background radiation.”

In fact, Health Canada’s own data shows this isn’t true.

Since there is nothing that can be done to stop exposure, would governments be acting irresponsibly if they told the uniformed and unsuspecting public that they’re being exposed to high levels of radiation? Would there be mass panic? Or would people act reasonably and make informed decisions regarding, say, air travel? Or would most go about their business, ignoring the truth and choosing to believe that everything’s okay? Would that be so bad?

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