Thanks to the government shut down I’m forced to sell my flash I was going to use to try and get an apprenticeship. I got my two best pieces for sale and I’ll add cheaper ones upon request. Check out the shop and if you can share this it would be greatly appreciated! A very sincere thank you. Www.etsy.com/shop/dannyreis ❤️Danny#tattooflash #traditionaltattoo #spitshade
An intelligent human would ask the question, “Why are our governments completely ignoring the Japanese Nuclear Meltdown from the #fukashima reactor? The Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) admitted enormous leaks of radioactive water are pouring into the Pacific Ocean. What is the worse is the water leakage everywhere else - not just from the tanks TEPCO is storing of radioactive water. It is leaking out from the basements, it is leaking out from the cracks all over the place into the groundwater. Nobody can measure that.
They are entering the oceans at levels that then will accumulate in seafood and will cause new health concerns. This is a disaster. The Japanese are asking for immediate help. No foreign bankers seem to care. They’re too interested in starting WWIII. Obama’s got no control of the White house. And millions of people have no idea of anything going on outside of TV Land. Those who act unreasonable get the government they deserve. People gotta come together with the wisdom out there if you expect to survive with goodness for all. Point blank. The end is always on its way. Life is finite. It is our duty to uphold the Universal Law, “The Will to do Good.”
OH MY GOD. REBLOG THE SHIT OUT OF THIS. I HAD NO IDEA!
No yeah seriously this is a thing
Everyone please reblog.
If you’re just reading this and panicking, clam down! Everybody needs to calm down!!
There’s a reason the media is not picking this up widely, and that is because there is virtually nothing to worry about, besides a few local implications in Japan. Normally media exaggerate disasters! that’s how they make money. it wouldn’t make any sense for them to ignore something like this if there was a real threat.
When the reactor first malfunctioned nearly two years ago the accident was rated at a level 7, which is the highest level on the International nuclear event scale (INES) in comparison it is currently rated at level 3, which was raised from level 1 after the water leak was found. What does this mean? well, not much. Level 1 is a member of the public being exposed to radiation above the annual limit, or another event equivalent, which is not really anything to worry about in terms of international news, in fact even that person probably wouldn’t need to worry either. Level 7 is the major release of radioactive material causing widespread health issues and causing counter measures to be implemented, two years ago when it reached this level it caused a total of 0 deaths directly, and approximately very few to no deaths by cancer. So what does level 3 mean? it means non-lethal radiation burns for workers and contamination risks for the LOCAL area. even though it is leaking radioactive water which may (probably) reach the ocean, it would be quickly diluted and at most cause the local fish population to drop a little bit.