[...] The footage [...] the first interior view of the disabled reactor unit 2, one of three reactors that failed in March 2011. [...]
Steam and radiation affected the quality of the video, but you can see gamma rays — which are detected by the camera in a manner similar to light but not focused by the lens — in the footage looking like streaks and flashes.
This is a public service announcement. Your government has lied to you. The safety regulators have lied to you. The media has lied to you. You and your children are currently breathing Strontium, Cesium, Xenon, and radioactive Iodine, which is still spewing from the “active” Fukushima-Daiichi reactor complex. The irrefutable evidence I present needs to be front page news everywhere. Inform everyone.
If you are reading this, awesome! We are doing something together, you and I! Let’s do it! What are we doing? Sharing data on the internet, waking you brain to the realities of this new digital world, and hopefully motivating you to become a well informed citizen of it.
I am begrudgingly becoming a blogger to consolidate the randomness of information I sift and sail through daily, to attempt to make sense of it by taking the macro/historical view on data trends, and most importantly, to share it with you! Let’s start with some definitions.
“Information Overload” definition: the inability to fully appreciate any one piece of data due to the tidal waves and torrents of data that steal your attention, and make you forget the life changing data received only minutes ago.