2001: Ramtha spoke of nuclear reactors poisoning the seasMarch 26, 2011 • By admin
RADIATION DETECTED IN JAPAN REACTOR SITE SEAWATER
“Radioactive iodine-131 at a concentration about 1,250 times the legal limit was detected in seawater collected Friday morning about 330 meters south of drain outlets for the troubled reactors at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, the Japanese government said Saturday [March 26, 2011], quoting the Sacramento Bee.
RAMTHA SPOKE OF NUCLEAR REACTORS POISONING THE SEAS A DECADE AGO.
“When will the Ring of Fire break open those reactors and poison and kill everything? Do you think the salmon are endangered now? There may come a time that the only place that such fishes are still alive will be in the country whose primitive electrical needs are hydroelectric. You can criticize your dams all you want, but the lesser of two evils is to take running water over nuclear power.”
January 20, 2001.
Advanced Evening, Yelm, WA.