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APPEL URGENT

pour informer de la nouvelle réalité depuis le 11 mars 2011

URGENT APPEAL to inform on the new reality since March 11, 2011


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"A foolish faith in authority is the worst enemy of truth."

Albert Einstein


"Le monde est dangereux à vivre. Non pas à cause de ceux qui font le mal,

mais à cause de ceux qui regardent et laissent faire."

Albert Einstein

 

"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act."

George Orwell

 

"Les hommes répugnent à accepter ce qui est facile à saisir. "

  Henry Miller


icono

 

 

Think again, think seven times again before you leap 
and start construction of new nuclear power plants.
Mikhail Gorbachev
June 2006

29 décembre 2011 4 29 /12 /décembre /2011 12:00

 

Current maximum permissible limits are dictated by commercial interests

 

Some Excerpts :

 

The excessively high radiation protection limits in the European Union and Japan are dueto the fact that EURATOM and the International Commission on Radiological Protection(ICRP), which exert influence on the setting of maximum limits, are dominated by the nuclear industry and radiologists. The World Health Organization (WHO) made an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), now valid for more than 50 years, in which it relinquished jurisdiction to the IAEA for defining the health damage caused by radiation. The declared aim of the IAEA is the expansion and promotion of nuclear energy. Consequently, the assessment of health damage caused by the Chernobyl disaster was done by the IAEA, not WHO. Even in the case of Fukushima, WHO has not taken a leading role in assessing risks to health or preventing them.

 

.....current lypermissible limits are unnecessarily high due to economic interests and stand in conflict with the concept of protecting human health through preventive measures.

Current limits contradict the principle of radiation minimization set out at an early stage by the International Commission on Radiological Protection ......

 

 

...in contrast to chemical toxins,there is nothreshold below which radioactivity is harmless. Thus there is also no dose of radiation,no matter how small, that is harmless, benign or unobjectionable. ... there are no ‘safe’ limits ....

 

...Given that the acceptance of any permissible radiation limits consciously tolerates illness and fatality, the protection of health must not be compromised by trade or commercial interests. A significant reduction in current limits is needed to reduce the risk of health problems ...

 

...Current limits in Japan do not guarantee enough health protection either. We urge the Japanese government to drastically lower permissible limits to ensure acceptable health protection...

 

...there must be an end to the chaos in the EU regarding official limits. ....

 

The absorption of radionuclides through food is the most important long term source of contamination after a nuclear catastrophe. Following the reactor catastrophe in Fukushima, the EU Commission put into effect new higher permissible limits for food imported from Japan;these value limits were predominantly higher than the limits allowed in Japan itself.The EU thus needlessly permitted the import of radioactively contaminated foodstuffs that would not have been authorized for consumption in Japan. After this became known, the value limits were “provisionally” brought into line with those in Japan. Furthermore, the EU limits are up to five hundred times higher than those that have been in effect for years in Ukraine and Belarus since the Chernobyl reactor meltdown.

 

The EU limits, permitting a possible exposure of about 80 millisieverts per child per year, accept that about 400 to 4000 out of 100,000 children would later die each year from cancer due to this exposure. For adults, exposed to a permitted 33 millisieverts each year, additional cancers each year would lead to fatalities of 165 to 1650 out of 100,000.

 

...according to the currently valid dose concept (effective dose), only cancer fatalities have been taken into account,not the number of illnesses– a higher figure. ...

 

...The minimization principle means that as little radioactivity as possible should be absorbed. Adherence to the permissible value limits set by the EU does not guarantee health safety.....

 

....In the wake of Chernobyl, independent experts therefore recommended food with atmost 30 to 50 becquerels total cesium activity per kilogram for adults and at most 10 to 20 becquerels per kilogram for children and nursing and pregnant women ....

 

...it was usually recommended that a maximum of only 5 becquerels of total cesium activity per kilogram should be in children’s dietary intake ...

 

...The results of analyses from Japan published so far show that the distribution of radionuclides from fallout in foodstuffs appears to be different from that in Germany after Chernobyl; because of the higher percentage of short-lived cesium-134 it is more damaging. This too makes a new risk assessment necessary ....

 

Read more

http://www.scribd.com/doc/76397531/Press-release-Background-Report-Ger

 

FOODWATCH.DE

www.foodwatch.de/report-strahlenschutz

 

and forward links !

 

Comments received by radiesthesia December 2nd, 2011

 

 

following reading of limits for irradiation by iodine-131 of leafy vegetables :


Germany : 2.000 Bq/kg                                      THOUSAND HARMFUL

Japan : 500 Bq/kg                                              THOUSAND LIMIT

500 Bq/kg is-it the limit for all sorts of food ?        YES

What would be the most acceptable for health ?   BETWEEN 200 AND 400 Bq/kg

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