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Top Expert Debunks Radiation Myths
Mousseau has made numerous trips to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and Fukushima – making 896 inventories at Chernobyl and 1,100 biotic inventories in Fukushima as of July 2013 – to test the effect of radiation on plants and animals.
Indeed, Mousseau found – in studies of plants, insects and mammals – that:
Most organisms studied show significantly increased rates of genetic damage in direct proportion to the level of exposure to radioactive contaminants
Many organisms show increased rates of deformities and developmental abnormalities in direct proportion to contamination levels
Many organisms show reduced fertility rates
Many organisms show reduced life spans
Many organisms show reduced population sizes
Biodiversity is significantly decreased many species locally extinct
Mutations are passed from one generation to the next, and show signs of accumulating over time
Mutations are migrating out of affected areas into populations that are not exposed (i.e. population bystander effects)
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