posted on Mar, 12 2011 @ 05:42 PM
Originally posted by zooplancton
this is slightly moot, as the entire planet will get fallout from a radioactive incident.
does anyone remember seeing the Chernobyl wind map? it covered the entire planet.
don't sweat too much. there's enough for everyone to go around.
I am presently on an island in the Pudget sound near Vancouver and it has been raining virtually non stop for the last months,normally I live in
europe and I witnessed Tchernobyl first hand, the fall out certainly was not, as you imply, evenly distributed, it was highly concentrated in certain
areas,usually the windward and rainy side of the first mountain ranges it came to. Scandinavia,Germany, Belgium,Northern france and parts of the
Brtitish isles as well as the east block and northern turkey where heavily hit and there are still plenty of radioactive elements in the water and
soil to this day,its just not news anymore.
So don´t relax just yet, it makes a lot of sense to keep a close eye on it and it also makes sense to know how soon and where it will hit the west
coast because that is where its heading.
Just in case anyone out there is a part of that rare human species that thinks ahead to try and protect yourself or your children from disaster before
it happens, I believe kelp tablets contain lots of iodine and some of the radioactive iodine that is possibly coming our way tends to find its way to
the thyroid very quickly if you do not eat some tablets before hand, then if the thyroid gland already has a full store of iodine radioactive iodine
will be repelled and soon leave the body.