Biological Consequences of Chernobyl & Fukushima by Dr. T. Mousseau ~ Helen Caldicott Foundation

Originally uploaded by kna60 on YouTube. They translated text to French.

Using Google translator, the description box reads:
Timothy Mousseau holds including a Masters in zoology and a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences obtained in 1988, after which he completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in population biology. Since 1991, he is Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of South Carolina. Author of numerous scientific publications and two books, since 1999 he has worked with his colleagues on the biological and evolutionary consequences of radioactive contamination in Chernobyl regions in Ukraine and now Fukushima in Japan. In this video of his speech at the Symposium in New York in March 2013, he shared with us the results of his research, fruits 1600 detailed field inventories at Chernobyl and Fukushima, on plants, insects, birds and mammals – Significant increase in genetic damage, birth defects and developmental abnormalities . – Fertility, life size and small populations. – Biodiversity in decline, local extinction of some species. – Transmission of mutations over generations, with the phenomenon of accumulation and migration of populations . unexposed Through this work remarkable and courageous pioneers, Dr. Mousseau and his colleagues show us that on the ground, it is far from the legend of the forbidden zone of Chernobyl has become a thriving Eden for wildlife, spread by the Chernobyl Forum, instances pro-nuclear sources and some unscrupulous.

And as we remember Dr. Helen Caldicott, it takes a few years for humans shows the same genetic alterations and abnormalities of development, already clearly visible in some cases in Russia Sweden … For children in Fukushima Prefecture, the following figures have just been published by the authorities, 2 1/2 years after the disaster: – 18 cases of thyroid cancer found after surgery – 25 cases of tumors suspected malignant, awaiting response – more than 58% of children surveyed have nodules . thyroid to 5mm to 20mm or cysts Video made ​​at the symposium “The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident “(medical & environmental consequences of the nuclear accident at Fukushima) organized by the Helen Caldicott Foundation on 11 & 12 March 2013 in New York. … Article, transcription, translations and docs annexes: original Video and original PDF: ? … Video better quality Cinema Forum Fukushima: http:/ / / Transcript in English by ( ) According to the French translation of R & F Gillard, editing & proofreading subtitles by me.

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