I like the part where you make an extraordinary claim about the world's largest ocean and then back it up with an anecdote about a sea monster instead of a citation. Just for fun, here's a citation: http://oceana.org/blog/worried-about-fu ... ctive-fishLiquidXtasy wrote: ↑Thu Feb 22, 2018 2:32 pmIt's very bad. And the media makes it look like it's nothing.
With all that radiation leaking into the pacific, and all the currents taking it out to places like Alaska, California, probably even Mexico, i would not be swimming anywhere in the pacific for a long time.
They're finding sharks with these huge tumors bulging out of their skin over there, and nobody wants to do anything about it.
My best friend's dad is a senior physicist at Stony Brook University, and my best friend lived in Tokyo from 2006-2017, so in 2011 when Fukushima happened he and his wife came home for a few weeks and we all went to the university to watch his dad give a talk about this exact topic. His conclusion, having studied such things throughout his career in academics, was that there was no imminent risk to human health that should be associated with the Pacific Ocean environment.