Snow in Missouri Shown to Have Double the Normal Radiation

JANUARY 8

IN AN UPDATE FROM FAIREWINDS ENERGY EDUCATION, ARNIE GUNDERSON discredits what the Daily Mail Reported yesterday.

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Fairewinds Energy Education’s Arnie Gundersen discusses the risk to the US West Coast population from the ongoing releases from Fukushima Daiichi.  Should we be worried about walking by or swimming in the Pacific?  How safe are California’s beaches?  What about eating Pacific seafood?


Looks like it isn’t just the Polar Vortex that’s threatening life in the US Midwest. Other, more deadly things are going on unknown to most because it’s invisible and UNDER-REPORTED. Tepco and US and Japanese health officials among others in my opinion, are, and have been grossly negligent and world-wide criminal indictments are in order.

From the Daily Mail, January 7, 2014

A beach in San Francisco contains five times the safe levels of radiation is fueling concerns that Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant’s crisis is impacting areas across the country. Health officials in San Mateo County confirmed the spike – which was reaching over 150 micro-REM per hour .

It comes just days after radiation readings were found to be double the normal amount in Missouri’s recent snowfall.

According to YouTube user, DutchSinse, who posted a video of him taking the Geiger readings in St Louis, the findings mean that ‘small particles of radioactive material are indeed coming down in the precipitation.

Read the full article, which includes photos, and videos.

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