Some where in Europe there was a nuclear power plant that had a spill. The spill was a radioactive gas that got on the grass of a dairy farm. The cows
ate the grass and the farmers milked them. Then many children died later on. The scientists then tested the milk and found the radioactive gas in it.
The farm was "cleaned" and reopened.
What is that was not an accident and it was a terrorist attack? We would have to devolpe a new way to find radioactive materials in food and
If antone has a good idea about better detection then tell me so I can tell the USDA.
Seems to me if there was an accident of this nature, all precaution would be taken to see what was contaminated. I would say this is the fault of
those that were trying to do the cleanup. They did not do enough testing of the outlying areas to see what was contaminated.
They were probably trying to cover it up real quick so the rest of the world did not notice.
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