posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 04:40 AM
reply to post by Quickfix
Well, unless you are growing 100% of your own food indoors using verified non-rad containing water, and drink only that verified non-rad water, then
odds are you are ingesting tons more radiation than the amount that rain water hitting a few square inches of your skin could ever deliver to you. Not
trying to scare ya or anything, just saying that going out in the rain is the least of your problems if you are afraid of the amount of radiation
contained in it.
As for the OP, I live in Portland, OR and while we don't get the quantity of rain that many places do, the actual days that it rains is ridiculously
high. It seems like 90% of the time it is raining here, but it's probably not actually that bad. Anyway my point is, just like other posters, you are
welcome to our rain as I'm sure people here would be glad to get rid of a few rainy days, especially if it could help out a rain starved person such
I'm not a fan of rain personally, it doesn't bug me that much, but rainy day after rainy day gets tiring after awhile. Anything that
breaks from that norm I enjoy, be is a bright sunny day ( I think we have maybe 5 or 6 of them here) or hail, snow. But those don't happen much
either. It barely snows or hails. Just rain. Rain rain rain. Maybe you should move here?
On a more serious note, what someone else said is quite true, you should really get checked out by a doctor because diabetes is nothing to play around
edit on 26-4-2011 by James1982 because: (no reason given)