Fukushima Fear Mongering Debunked

James Farganne — henrymakow.com Jan 17, 2014

Fear about Fukushima and its “poisoning of the Pacific” is rampant these days. On Facebook, some of my “truther” friends get angry if I dare to question the reality of a nuclear apocalypse looming in and over the Pacific.
The term “fear porn” has gained a lot of traction, and in this instance I can see why: intelligent people have become so addicted to their Pacific Ocean horror fixation, they refuse to evaluate data that might contradict it.
Are there dying animal populations? Should residents of the Pacific Northwest be concerned? Does the Pacific Ocean contain large amounts of radioactive material? While the answer to all these questions is “Yes”, there is, as usual, a lot more to know.
Mainstream media outlets peddle the lie that all four obliterated reactor containments at Fukushima remain unbreached. Meanwhile, the so-called “alternative media” has been hammering truth seekers with dire claims that are equally misleading.
These two false scenarios – one, everything is under control, and two, the Pacific Ocean has been destroyed – constitute the usual goalposts by which people are routinely deceived, manipulated, and distracted from reality.
Usually, the goalpost dialectic leads the public down a predetermined path of brainwashed opinion, and reality is somewhere outside the confines of the posts. In this case, however, reality is not only outside the goalposts, but in between them as well.
Let’s look at the latter reality first.

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