Unleashing the Monster



So much beauty lost because of arrogance.
We need to know how to use things and keep them safe before we unleash them as cure alls and miracle methods of energy or medicine.

Once you unleash a monster what will be the outcome if you don't know how to restrain it again?
Humanity simply asks for responsibility and careful consideration before doors with unknown consequences are opened. We ask that the powers that be make sure they can control the things they label as good for us.

Futaba Rose Garden
Before the disaster at Fukushima, the little town of Futaba had a beautiful
rose garden that held 8000 rose plants and thousands upon thousands of flowers. All of them hand planted by Mr. Katsuhide Okada.
But Futaba is no longer habitable because of radiation. The roses are no longer.


Futaba via

Today, Futaba is left on its own to die slowly.

Japan is now witness to deformed birds, fish and animals and children with cancers.
Many bird species have died out.
Some are now silent.
Butterflies are born abnormal.
They are the tip of the iceberg.
Remember that radiation has reached the western coast of the United States and  marine life is already suffering greatly.

"We have studied biodiversity at Chornobyl since 2000 and Fukushima since 2011. Most organisms that we have examined showed significantly increased rates of genetic damage in direct proportion to the level of exposure… Many organisms showed increased rates of deformities, developmental abnormalities, eye cataracts, and even tumors and cancers."
 Quote from Tim Mousseau Professor of biological sciences, U of South Carlina.
Read his paper here.
The Smithsonian also reports grave abnormalities.
The Journal of Heredity pdf report is here.

4 comments:

  1. Ah, but come on, Lemon. The "media" and the "gov't" tell us it's alright. Don't you know, if they say everything's ok, then why should we worry? I mean just because wildlife is dying in the Oceans and the fish in Canada and other areas are bleeding from their eyes, and...and...and....

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    1. I know, what was I thinking?

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  2. Anonymous10:57 PM

    Leah...!!

    :)
    :)

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  3. 21,000 gallons of crude oil accidentally spilled into Ca ocean. Wow, I cannot even imagine the wildlife killed and suffering, fishing, effect on humans...

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