Fox News: Fukushima contamination is hitting California — “Humans are terrified” of eating it — “It’s an open question” about the risks — “You’re not scared? To me, if someone tells me there’s low levels of radioactivity in that fish…” (VIDEO)
January 17th, 2014
Fox and Friends, Jan. 17, 2014 (Emphasis Added):
Clayton Morris, host: […] What ever happened to all that radioactive material that flooded into the ocean? […] Are there any lingering effects from the Fukushima plant and the meltdowns?
Nicholas Fisher, Stony Brook University: Radiation is higher certainly around Japan than it is in the eastern Pacific around California. One can detect levels of radioactivity that are low in both places. […]
Morris: Humans are terrified — of having radioactivity being in any kind of a food source that they’re eating. […]
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Morris: Do we need to be concerned about this? […]
Fisher: […] It’s an open question, really, about the risks associated with eating extremely low doses of radioactivity. I would not be concerned about eating those fish myself.
Morris: So you’re not scared about it? To me, if someone tells me that there’s low levels of radioactivity in that fish –
Fisher: […] I would prefer that the dose be zero from the artificial radionuclides, but in fact it’s measurable but very low.
Morris: Well that’s good news at least. We were fearful that things were hitting California and fish were going to be –
Fisher: They are hitting California, but they’re at very low levels.
Morris: […] some decent news for us.