Saturday, March 6, 2021

Chris Busby, Ditta Rietuma and the Radioactive Baltic Sea

Chris Busby and Ditta Rietuma hunt for Caesium-137 from Chernobyl which is still contaminating the shore of the Baltic sea more than 25 years after the Chernobyl accident.

The sediment has up to 100,000Bq/sq metre according to HELCOM The EU INTERREG grants refused in 2010 to fund their examination of the health effects of the most radioactive sea in the world even though the Finland cancer registry director admitted that cancer rates are (inexplicably) high near the coast. The Swedish Cancer registry refuses so far to give data which can be used to examine the issue. The Medical Officer for Health for Sweden is Lars Erik Holm, ex head of the Radiological Protection Agency ICRP.

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