Roy Stuart wrote:http://www.themindunleashed.org/2013/08/at-very-least-your-days-of-eating.html
Good "awareness" article, Roy. BUT you are an intellectual individual, I hoped that you would've looked further into where this source came from.
I did and this is what I found (this is from the original "post" of Roy's link.):
Update: August 16th, 2013
It’s been an interesting 36 hours: This website went from 200-300 visitors a day to 0ver 16,000 visitors yesterday and over 39,000 today (so far!). There have also been more comments than any other post that has appeared here, and honestly, the majority of them have been negative.
It started with the graphic that I posted. It turns out, unknowingly to me, that it was an image from NOAA that showed the Tsunami wave height that had been edited to look like the Pacific Ocean Fukushima radiation path. I’m going to look for updated information and will change the graphic and accompanying information as soon as I have time to look for it. Unfortunately, the gigantic jump in viewership crashed my site and I’ve been working on that since yesterday morning. Support and I finally figured out what had happened and I have upgraded the site to handle the traffic.
That YouTube clip on the website shows a very disturbing "spread" of some sort in the Pacific Ocean since the earth quake, but it doesn't explain what it is, nor the legend to describe what the colours indicate. Clearly there is a lack of information to understand what that clip shows. But if one uses his/her educated brain, one would wonder "how much nuclear content can you contain in a power plant (which is less than a flea's bosom compared to an entire ocean)? Surely it can't store as much to fill HALF OF THE WORLD...".
BUT having said all this, it is still a concern how wide the radiation has spread since the quake. And certainly there are national (Japanese) and international interests in this and there are groups of investigators who catch fish in various parts of the Pacific to investigate the spread of the radiation (by examining kidneys of the caught fish, apparently).