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posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 11:46 PM
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Well, it obviously DOES increase people's chances a measurable amount, if people's geigers all over the globe are getting readings such as "DANGEROUSLY HIGH," e.g., evacuate.

One particle of plutonium is all it takes to result in death. One. The geigers are dinging every time it rains, the jet stream doesn't discriminate between which radioactive isotopes get blown around and which don't.




posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 11:48 PM
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"Dangerously high". What kind of levels are we talking about? The only things I ever hear from any journalist is "dangerously high" or "X times higher than normal". Without knowing what the background is, or what kind of levels we're talking about you can't say that yes it's increasing their chances of cancer.

Show me one place that has been told to evacuate because of radiation levels from Fukushima. I've heard of places that show an increase in BACKGROUND radiation, or from rainfall, but I haven't heard a SINGLE place that had to evacuate.
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