The earthquake that struck Japan on March 11, 2011 was one of the most powerful earthquakes in modern history. The earthquake was first recorded as 8.9 on the Richter scale but was changed to 9.1. The earthquake was so strong that it shifted Earth’s axis. According to the Japanese government, hundreds are dead, thousands are injured and tens of thousands are missing. The earthquake caused certain safety mechanisms to malfunction at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Okuma, Japan. This may of cause its emergency cooling system to malfunction. Without this cooling system, its reactors could meltdown, leading to a nuclear disaster.
Update: Some conspiracy truth seekers believe that this earthquake was engineered. Below is an excerpt from benjaminfulford.net.
The people of the world need to urgently take action against the cabal responsible for the nuclear and tsunami attack against Japan because it is a sign they are desperate, dangerous and are speeding up their planned artificial end-times. The next attack is almost certain to take place on US soil and is expected to be far worse than what happened to Japan, according to multiple cabal-linked sources. The cabal is also planning to announce a new global currency in the coming weeks but it will fail because it is merely a desperate bid by them to remain in control of global finance, according to sources in the British Royal Family and at the BIS.
As of this writing, three of the nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant are in danger of melting down and certain areas of the plant have exploded. If the cooling systems are not fixed, the possibility of a meltdown is not far stretch.
As mentioned at boston.com.
A partial meltdown was likely under way at a second nuclear reactor, a top Japanese official said Sunday, as authorities frantically tried to prevent a similar threat from a nearby unit following a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.
Some Japanese officials suggested that the damage to the Fukushima nuclear reactors have spewed out dangerous levels of radioactive isotopes into the atmosphere. If enough of them get into the atmosphere, they could spread throughout the world. Besides Japan, the first two countries that should receive these dangerous radioactive isotopes are the United States and Canada. At this point, it is hard to trust mainstream media about what is truly happening to the Fukushima nuclear reactors. Mainstream media likes to distort information and use scare tactics to provoke fear. Because of this, it would be wise to use your intuition to help you discern its information.
When a nuclear reactor meltdowns, some of its radioactive isotopes could get into the atmosphere and jet streams. This will affect almost everyone in the world. If the Fukushima nuclear reactors have melted down, their radioactive isotopes should reach the West Coast of the United States and Canada near the end of this week. If you live in these areas, it would be wise to stay inside as much as possible and take natural iodine from raw kelp or kelp powder. For best results, take the organic versions.
A lot of health experts like to recommend taking potassium iodide during a nuclear reactor meltdown. I do not recommend taking potassium iodide supplements for long periods of time because they may cause vitamin toxicity due to toxic buildups. If all you have is potassium iodide, please consult with your doctor before taking it or do not take more than the recommended dose.
You may also want to take liquid zeolite because it is great for assisting the body to detox heavy metals (including mercury, cadmium, lead, arsenic, aluminum), toxins and even radioactive metals like cesium and strontium-90 (source: nutrimedical.com). To learn more ways on how to protect yourself from a radioactive fallout, please read this article.
One of the glands that is very vulnerable to radioactive isotopes is the thyroid gland. This gland is important for metabolism because it manufactures thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). T3 and T4 are thyroid hormones that are needed to regulate metabolism in cells. Without them cells cannot function properly. If your thyroid gland is not working properly, all the systems of your body will drop in performance. In severe cases, it can lead to death.
The thyroid gland depends heavily on iodine to help it manufacture thyroid hormones. Unfortunately, iodine deficiency is very common in many countries, including the United States. If you are deficient in iodine and you come in contact with the radioactive iodine, your thyroid will absorb it like it is the stable natural iodine. The more deficient you are in natural iodine, the more the absorption.
Radioactive iodine is very common in nuclear explosions and has been linked to thyroid cancer. Because of the health hazard of radioactive iodine, it would be wise to take iodine supplements or eat raw organic kelp during or after a nuclear explosion. This will help reduce the amount of radioactive iodine being absorbed by your thyroid gland.
The nuclear power plant disaster in Japan not only affects the Japanese but everyone around the world. It is a very sad day for humanity and mother Earth. Hopefully, we will learn from our mistakes and not let this happen again. Please send your loving thoughts and healing prayers to the Japanese and hope for the best.
Important update (May 10, 2011): If you live in North America, the five places you may want to avoid are the coast of California, the New Madrid Fault (located in central USA), the Gulf of Mexico’s coastline, Yellowstone National Park (located in Wyoming) and Mexico City. These areas are some of the most vulnerable areas for earthquakes and other major natural disasters in North America.
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- How to Protect Your Health from Radioactive Fallout – Part One
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