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Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania

 
Revolution4Love
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Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania
From: [link to www.baltimoresun.com]

State officials say radiation traces detected in air no concern
Monitoring finds very low levels in air, but none in water or milk

Maryland officials say they've detected little or no trace of radiation in the state from the Japanese nuclear reactor accident, though federal agencies are reporting slightly elevated levels of radioactive iodine in rainwater in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.

Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein, Maryland secretary of health and mental hygiene, said that monitoring by state agencies of air, water and food supplies has found "no reason for public health concern."

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Sunday that "very small amounts" of radioactive materials might be detected in air and precipitation across the country using very sensitive equipment.

So, does anyone out there believe them; no threat for public health concern? If its in the rain water, how can it NOT infiltrate our food chain, even in the smallest amounts? Anyone think the nuke crisis will be over tomorrow, or next month or next year? As time grows on, the trace amounts will become larger and continue to grow larger as time goes on. Stock up now if you haven't already, because a month or two from now may be too late. rant
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Re: Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania
They say that and want to raise the standards 25,000x higher than they are now, so no I don't fucking believe them. i believe my rad sticker I got.
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Re: Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania
From: [link to www.baltimoresun.com]

State officials say radiation traces detected in air no concern
Monitoring finds very low levels in air, but none in water or milk

Maryland officials say they've detected little or no trace of radiation in the state from the Japanese nuclear reactor accident, though federal agencies are reporting slightly elevated levels of radioactive iodine in rainwater in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.

Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein, Maryland secretary of health and mental hygiene, said that monitoring by state agencies of air, water and food supplies has found "no reason for public health concern."

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Sunday that "very small amounts" of radioactive materials might be detected in air and precipitation across the country using very sensitive equipment.

So, does anyone out there believe them; no threat for public health concern? If its in the rain water, how can it NOT infiltrate our food chain, even in the smallest amounts? Anyone think the nuke crisis will be over tomorrow, or next month or next year? As time grows on, the trace amounts will become larger and continue to grow larger as time goes on. Stock up now if you haven't already, because a month or two from now may be too late. rant
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Re: Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania
They say that and want to raise the standards 25,000x higher than they are now, so no I don't fucking believe them. i believe my rad sticker I got.
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Rad sticker? Gotta try to find me one of those. Will it pick up plutonium or mox?
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Oh, ok, gotcha! Rad stickers, nice!
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Re: Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania
The reality is, we will all be ingesting radiation by way of our food and water.

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Re: Radiation Detected in Maryland; Radiation in Rain in Pennsylvania
Definitely radiation detected in Maryland and Virginia now:

[link to www.wtop.com]

"Even though the state's drinking water remains safe, VDH is advising its citizens to avoid using rainwater collected in cisterns as drinking water."
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They say that and want to raise the standards 25,000x higher than they are now, so no I don't fucking believe them. i believe my rad sticker I got.
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It's true.....the SUDDENLY want to change the radiation dose standards.

How convenient.

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