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Originally posted by OutonaLimb
reply to post by thorfourwinds
Here is a map, which I take to be reasonably accurate, published recently
in a mainstream publication showing the areas of the world being chemtrailed, and to what degree.
Originally posted by Raelsatu
So basically, if something goes wrong with any one of these hundreds of plants -- whether sabotage or natural disaster -- and they meltdown, an entire region of land essentially becomes uninhabitable for thousands of years......... Not to mention the immediate & delayed effects of having millions of people irradiated, as well as radiation plumes distributed throughout the atmosphere & oceans.
Maybe I'm missing something here? To me this appears like insanity.
Originally posted by alfa1
Originally posted by thorfourwinds
continued Fukushima radiation pollution
deadly radioactive plume
a massive radiation plume that struck the West Coast
According to the map, the US, particularly the West Coast and particularly California may be more contaminated with radioactive cesium than the western half of Japan or Hokkaido.
Puzzled by the argument going on here.
Why is that one needs to refer to "secret documents" to determine the amount of radiation exposure.
Given that all sorts of radiation detection equipment is perfectly legal and easy to purchase if you've got a small number of dollars (eg, build your own for $30), how could one assert any kind of cover up?
Why not just walk outside and do a measurement yourself?
Is it ...
a. Too lazy, surfing the net is easier
b. Actual real measurenments simply dont show a doomsday occuring
Originally posted by jaws1975
Not sure what to make of your assessment, but I will definitely give you an A for effort!