Three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant suffered massive meltdowns within days of the March 11 tsunami disaster in Japan. Now we know that the initial disclosures about damage to the reactors were far from honest or forthcoming. Prime minister Kan has apologized to the Japanese people and the head of Tepco, the Japanese utility, has resigned in dishonor.
There are many YouTube recordings of the nuclear meltdown explosions. Here is one.
Radiation continues to leak into ground water, the atmosphere, and the ocean from the nuclear reactors. No one seems to know how it can be contained.
What does this mean for you? That depends on where you live. If you live in Japan, then you are being exposed to high levels of radiation, despite government assurances and the resumption of business as usual in Tokyo. If you live in Japan then you need to take a rigorous program for heavy metal exposure. If you live in the United States or Canada, then radioactive fallout is still being dispersed in your direction. Most facilities have stopped monitoring radiation levels, but those that continue are finding elevated levels of Cesium 137 in milk and water. These levels are relatively low and not immediately dangerous, but any exposure to radiation is not good.
I would advise that you continue the protocols I have outlined for chelation, antioxidants, and liver support in past newsletters.