posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 09:59 PM
reply to post by NoAngel2u
So WHY did San Antonio stop tracking ANYTHING on this graph the day Fukushima went full tilt when supposedly the U.S. was on alert with all available
monitors tracking radiation spreading across the Pacific towards North America and Canada? Nothing. They list nothing. Nada. Anyone feel safer and
protected by your EPA radiation monitoring stations now?
I hope that's an error in the chart and San Antonio didn't just stop recording
radiation levels during a major international nuclear crisis.
Now - back to the mystery spike(s) BEFORE the earthquake in Japan. Where else did it come from and where did it go. Time to track...
Chakotay: Wouldn't a gamma ray burst be hitting places like Texas, California and Nevada kind of beginning all at once? That is not the case here with
these spikes. They track and travel over days.
Being the level these spikes are - what would be the risk to human health with that significant of a spike? I can't imagine it is "negligible."
edit on 18-4-2011 by DancedWithWolves because: (no reason given)