posted on May, 2 2011 @ 07:58 AM
Originally posted by sepermeru
reply to post by shaneR
It is not good stuff at all. The Norwegian site clearly states that the information presented is not real, is an extreme worst-case, and is not based
on accurate data. It says it right there on the page next to the graph.
May I ask a question?
What would you say is the purpose of that site. What do they hope to accomplish by offering worst-case simulations based on inaccurate data? Those are
not rhetorical questions. I'm more than willing to try to understand your side of the argument.
Edit To Add: What fault do you find with sites dedicated to "Holistics". Namely this site:
I offered a link to a site with information I thought people would find valuable. If you do not, then you do not. I am not trying to sell snake
Here is a sampling of articles linked at that site:
RADIOACTIVE FALLOUT HAS NOW BEEN CONFIRMED ACROSS THE ENTIRE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE OF THE EARTH
FRENCH NUCLEAR RESEARCH GROUP CRIIRAD ISSUES WARNING AGAINST CONSUMING SPECIFIC FOODS FOR ENTIRE COUNTRY OF FRANCE
All French citizens were warned against consuming rainwater, leafy greens, and all milk derived products (including from goats and sheep as well as
cows) due to radioactive fallout contamination in Europe. The U.S. and Canadian governments still claim that all of the above foods are safe in North
America, even for infants and pregnant women; unfortunately the reality is that the level of radioactive fallout present here is 8 to 10 times greater
that of France and the rest of Europe.
edit on 5/2/2011 by this_is_who_we_are because: edit