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Fukushima radioactive cloud reaching Europe

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posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 11:35 AM
Best think is not to eat to many chocolate covered Brazil nuts, just in case
Doubt the radiation levels will be as high as the equivalent of eating a whole box though. And rather less than after Chernobyl (which of course killed us all, so really why are we worried?)

Seriously, if you want to worry about radiation, worry about the Arctic Ozone hole.

posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 11:53 AM
ok, is that radiation map accurate? the numbers at bottom of screen, i am assuming, are RADS? or do they mean something else? ifts rads, alot of it seems to be 1,000 at least. thats not good at all.

posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 12:03 PM
Some usefull links to follow the radiation in Europe :

France - Live TeleRay Monitoring -
Belgium - Live TeleRad Monitoring -

The French and "Independant" CRIIRAD organisation said they except nothing dangerous on "air" radiation. But they will monitoring carefully the "soil" radiation fallout (because of the rain)
They have their own monitoring stations available (here).

More ressources/links on "Online Live Disaster Utilities" : here

Nothing dangerous for our health anyway, but situation still need to be monitored.

posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 04:19 AM
The first radiation cloud is supposed to be on France right now.

Nothing suspicious actually, radiation sensors are normal (on France Teleray)
And a friend have around 0,11 ┬ÁSv/h (micro Sv/h) on his Radex 1506 Geiger counter.

So far (as we already predict anyway), everything is fine. And we have no rain, which is good too.

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