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Friday, April 22, 2011

Radioactive Fukushima Plutonium And Strontium Bombarding US West Coast Since March 18th

Recently while searching the EPA RADnet database for radiation reports, we found a link to the main database. It included the RADNet monitoring data for many isotopes not released in the public reports.

Notice that:

•RADnet began monitoring for Plutonium from Day 1
•Plutonium was found from Alaska. to San Francisco California. and down into Guam from 03/18/2011
•Strontium was detected in the United States on 03/18/2011
•Isotopes found not released in public reports Plutonium, Strontium and Cesium

This is not good. These results are a month old now and more material has most certainly come down. Poisoning by Strontium and Plutonium are many orders of magnitude worse than the Iodine that has been widely reported in the mainstream press.

If the contamination here is widespread (as it appears to be) it will be difficult to avoid. Without more information it will be impossible to determine what foods and drink are safe to consume. Certainly there is now a level of contamination in West Coast food products that significantly increases the risk of developing cancer.

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