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20 EPA Radiation Detectors Donít Work

 
emerald eye
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03/30/2011 01:20 AM

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20 EPA Radiation Detectors Donít Work
"ST. PAUL, Minn. - No dangerous radiation has been detected in the U.S., and none from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is expected to reach here, but FOX 9 News learned that many of the EPAís radiation detectors arenít working -- including the one in St. Paul."


"The system is called Radnet, and it was developed after the Cold War and upgraded after 9/11, and it involves a series of 124 radiation monitors across the nation; however, at least 20 of them arenít functioning".


"Since the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant began spewing radiation from its troubled reactors, 15 states have detected faint traces of radiation from the plant. So far, Minnesota is not among them."lmao



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Re: 20 EPA Radiation Detectors Donít Work
"EPA: Traces of radiation in Ala., 6 other states
Trace amounts of radiation from the damaged Japanese nuclear plant have shown up in seven U.S. states including Alabama, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
The Associated Press"


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"Trace amounts of radiation from the damaged Japanese nuclear plant have shown up in seven U.S. states including Alabama, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
The EPA said slightly elevated levels of radiation believed linked to the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, which was damaged during the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, have been detected in Alabama, Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada and Washington. Small amounts also have been found in the Pacific islands of Guam, Saipan and the Northern Mariana Islands."

"Separately, preliminary state testing indicated low levels of radiation linked to the Japanese crisis in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. In addition, utilities in North and South Carolina have reported trace amounts of radiation from the nuclear reactor in Japan."

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