dang it, you scamp, you caught me! It's all a big joke. ha ha. nothing to see here.
Lol, I know the actual Fukushima situation in it's entirety is far from laughable and there are many unknowns, but that particular write up was lacking. I mean, how seriously can I take that, when homeboy can't even spell?
Ps. It's hard for me and I don't particularly like using the word "situation" these days. I wonder why?
Last edited by Doug; Feb 26, 2014 at 01:35 PM.
ENEnews.com: Habitual Skeptoid Blog readers (hi, Dad!) know I’ve done a lot of writing on the scaremongering related to Fukushima. And a primary source of many of the claims I’ve tried to debunk is a site called ENEnews. While most link farms are all over the place in terms of content, ENEnews is basically all Fukushima all the time. Of its 22 current top stories, 21 are Fukushima-related – mostly vague and scary claims attributed to “scientists” or “officials.”
Since its founding shortly after the 3/11 earthquake, it’s become a primary source for the alternative media version of events, relentlessly pushing the idea that Japan, the US, nuclear power shills and the mainstream media have conspired to keep the “truth” about Fukushima from us. ENEnews seems willing to make up or exaggerate pretty much any claim in the service making you think toxic radiation is killing the Pacific Ocean, frying the west coast and on the verge of wiping out humanity. None of which is supported by reputable science. A link to ENEnews is a link to bad science.
Sample “news” articles: “Gov’t, scientists ‘baffled’ over white spots on cows around Fukushima,” “Official detects radiation spike on California beach, now at 500% normal levels” and “Russian Experts: Fukushima pollution spreads all over Earth, clearly a large amount of fish, seaweeds, and everything in ocean has been polluted”
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I am sure you will say I work for the nuclear energy commission now. I will continue to believe you are spamming on behalf of the fear-mongers. Scientists are natural skeptics. You are no scientist.