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    Posted March 9, 2012 by
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    Japan one year later: What’s changed?

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     AllanCook says an anti-nuclear group was handing out questionnaires as he snapped photos of images displaying live stock dying from the affects of the past incidents to hit Japan. AllanCook says the group that was displaying these cow corpse images is called the "Farm Sanctuary Project." He also says these images remind him of some of Japan's more desolate, uninhabitable zones.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    The cows are pictured as they feed. There is something very, very strange about this photo of course. It is impossible to ignore it!

    This is not the photo of healthy cows crazing in a field of healthy pasture, bathed in the healthy rays of the sun! There is not the smell of healthy dung, the fertilizer for a healthy field, for vegetables, the food for new life. The food for humans to eat!

    This is the smell of death.

    The field outside this barn where the dead cows grazed has suffered mans greatest pollution, the pollution of atomic energy. They are the symbols of its danger now. They are our greatest fear come to life!

    Where life should be seen at is most vibrant, now, there is only one word to describe the death that we would see with our own eyes if only we could see it! If only we could enter the Forbidden City, the lost city, the silent city, the city of death, the no-go-zone!

    Fukushima.

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