'In fact, you would have to consume more than 700,000 pounds of the fish with the highest radioactive level – just to match the amount of radiation the average person is annually exposed to in everyday life through cosmic rays, the air, the ground, X-rays and other sources, the authors say.
But the media hyped story:
'Radioactive tuna fish from Fukushima reactor caught off American shores' - 'Oregon fisherman catch radioactive tuna contaminated by Fukushima disaster-but scientists say they’re SAFE to eat' (You get it? Wink, wink. The “radioactive tuna” is still safe to eat!)
James Lovelock calls Fukushima nuclear incident ‘a joke’: ‘How many are known to have been killed by the nuclear accident? None.’ – Dismisses fears about Chernobyl: ‘There has been no measurable increase in deaths across Eastern Europe’