posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 08:04 AM
reply to post by Angelicdefender2012
It's called smog. I get the same reaction every time I go back up to LA to visit family. I used to live in LA, but now live in San Diego County,
where the air is much cleaner.
Maybe you ought to think of moving out of town, maybe even just down to Orange County? It would help. It might also help to take some allergy pills,
and ask a doctor to test you for asthma, as that could be part of it, too.
Trust me when I say it's not the radiation. You get more radiation from being out in the sun all day than you will from this accident in Japan.
Unless the pipes actually burst, which looks rather unlikely, there won't be fallout of any kind. Scientific studies proved there was no harmful
effect on the citizens of Three Mile Island, where the pipes stayed intact, and this is the same kind of deal. A friend of mine just came home because
his family was worried about him being over there due to the earthquakes and tsunamis, but he says that the whole situation with the power plant is
being pulled out of proportion by the media. There's really nothing to worry about at this time. If the pipes burst, then start worrying. Until then,