12 thoughts on “Fukushima animals sick from nuclear radiation

  1. While it is interesting from a biological science point of view to study the blood and other organs of animals from the Fukushima area for things like DNA damage, the blog article does not contain any evidence that the animals have come to any harm as a result of the Fukushima event. Also what does the blog article mean by calves vs cows. Do they mean newborn calves or older ones, also how good is the measurement of the difference in cesium level in the two populations. How do we know it is not just random variation.

    Please can we have some solid evidence to back up the claims.


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