posted on Apr, 16 2011 @ 02:32 AM
reply to post by VariableConstant
Here's a link to a site from the other post that has a short video showing the "pollen" that fell in Japan.
Might be worth a look to see if what you have there is similar.
I also forwarded a U2U respone I got back from one of the more knowledgeable guys on Japan thread.
It would probably be good to get some pics/video if you have more yellow residue show up (I hesitate to say get a sample because I have no idea where
you might be able to get it independently tested, nor would I want you to do something that might prove unsafe).
If you can get access to a geiger counter and start taking readings, that would be good as well. There may be a few places streaming the info (I
think some people have put livestream feeds up of their geiger counters in various places in the US, not sure about Hawaii).
And it might not be a bad idea to keep a hard copy of any documents/articles you come across where a state agency says the radiation levels are safe.
That way if they flip-flop at all later (like has happened in Japan) you'll have some evidence. I know that sounds crappy to say, but I know that's
one of the things I would be doing if I were in Hawaii.
I can't think of anything more to tell you at this point (like I said, I'm not an expert on this at all). Probably just to educate yourself about as
much as you can, get checked out if you seem to have any kind of symptoms, and stay away from the yellow stuff. If you're really concerned,
relocation might be something to look into as well (not trying to scare you, but that would be another thing I would be looking into if I were in
ETA: You might also check out this site: www.fairewinds.com...
Arnie Gundersen's been giving solid data by all accounts, and without being sensationalist or fear-mongering.
edit on 16-4-2011 by
notsofunnyguy because: added fairewinds link