Monday, January 20, 2014

the equator acts as a dividing line between the planet’s northern and southern air masses,

FUKUSHIMA - Five stages of grief  - 1: denial  2 :  anger   3 : depression  4 : bargaining  5: acceptance  . When it comes to Fukushima i'm in stage 5  :(  , but i see so many  are still stuck in stage 1 and 2  , and only few have reached  stage 3  .  I haven't seen or met anyone who reached stages 4 or 5  yet  . I don't know if that will be possible at all for majority of people , as at the heart of this matter are their own lives .  People don't take kindly to those who try and warn them of impending danger  - their "go to" response is denial and/or anger...

 - Japan’s crippled Daiichi nuclear facility near Fukushima, hit hard by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, has released radioactive materials that have traveled across the entire Northern Hemisphere, a nuclear monitoring watchdog has reported.


The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test Treaty Organization (CTBTO) reported on Thursday that within nine days after the accident, the radioactive cloud had crossed North America, and


"Three days later when a station in Iceland picked up radioactive materials, it was clear that the cloud had reached Europe."
Because the equator acts as a dividing line between the planet’s northern and southern air masses, radioactive materials from Daiichi remain confined to the northern hemisphere.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/305490#ixzz2r0wv5WVS

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