(PRWEB) October 01, 2013
A Bawell water ionizer representative explains, "We use holidays to hold sales, like the upcoming Columbus Day Sale we just announced, for creating opportunities to update and inform the public about the deadly Japanese radiation leak. Toxic contaminants that can be found in both the municipal water supply and bottled water have been the focus of public awareness campaigns that Bawell has held in the past. However, new developments on the Fukushima nuclear power plant radiation leak have been the focus of our sales and public awareness campaigns recently, because of the gravity of this situation. Not only are the 2020 Olympics threatened, our entire planet is in danger from this radiation leak that has just recently been exposed, because of the massive coverup by TEPCO." (RT.com)
The Bawell representative continues to explain that, "Reuters published an article that was titled ‘Japan's Fukushima radiation spikes: report’ by Michael Kitchen in their online MarketWatch. The report stated that Japan's nuclear regulator said radiation readings at its damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant had jumped more than 20% to their highest level of the current radioactive leak crisis." The Bawell rep continues to quote that the Reuters Marketwatch report said, "The Nuclear Regulation Authority said readings had jumped since the weekend to as high as 2,200 millisieverts, enough to kill an unprotected person within hours."
Recently, testing of seafood for potential radiation has been encouraged in the US, while some nations like South Korea have increased the number of banned Japanese products over the mounting radiation concerns. In fact it has been more than half a year since scientists off the California coast caught radioactive Bluefin tuna. With the recent revelations of Tepco’s cover up, and admission that the Fukushima Plant has been leaking more than 300 tons of radioactive water into the Pacific every day since the March 11th 2011 nuclear meltdown, more and more scientists and people are realizing that fish from the entire pacific ocean may be contaminated with radiation from Japan’s nuclear meltdown and ongoing radiation leak.
Discovery News just released this startling report showing that the radioactive contamination problem is just getting worse: "The operator of the leaking Fukushima nuclear plant said Tuesday that it dumped more than 1,000 tons of polluted water into the sea after a typhoon raked the facility."(Fukushima Dumps Typhoon soaked radiated water) Tepco admitted that this 1,000 tonnes of polluted water was mostly rain water and that every time it rains the additional rain water becomes contaminated carrying radiation out to sea. This is in addition to the 300 tonnes of polluted ground water which passes under the reactors and heads out to the Pacific Ocean everyday. Scientists around the world are becoming increasing alarmed at the magnitude of radiation heading out into the Ocean, wondering if it will effect sea life as it accumulates up in the food chain. The continuous leakage of radiation into the Pacific Ocean is creating a net total exponentially greater than what was previously accounted for and projections based upon. Scientists at the University of South Carolina conducted a separate study finding that "even the very lowest levels of radiation are harmful to life, truth is there is no "safe" dose". This begs the question, where is all this radiation from Japan's Fukushima Nuclear plant going to end up? With a half life of 30 years for Caesium-137 and a half life of 29 years for Strontium-90 twenty five percent of this radiation will still be in the environment in 60 years time. It will be 120 years before percentages drop below ten percent to 6.25% which is still a very large amount when radiation has leaked at a rate of 300 tons of contaminated water every day for over two years time with no way or plan to stop if from continuing to escape into the Pacific.
On a lighter note "Public engagement from the Grandparents Day sale that Bawell just ran was so high, the decision was made to extend it into a Columbus Day Holiday Sale on all Bawell water ionizers, which follows on the heels of the Grandparents Day sale," a Bawell representative explained. "Bawell wants to raise public awareness about the potential dangers they face because of the Japan’s Fukushima crisis, plus provide everyone with the opportunity to join the over one million worldwide happy customers that are now enjoying alkaline ionized drinking water which they can produce very cost effectively at home. This is also good for the environment, by reducing ones use of bottled water, while simultaneously benefiting ones pocket since installing a drinking water filtration system in the home is the most economical long term way to obtain purified drinking water." Visit the official Bawell company website at bawellwaterionizers.com for more information.