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I am in eastern PA.

Where are you in PA?

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Cheynoble (I think that I speleed this wrong) - rained radiation in Sweden alot........
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I live in AZ. For about a week in late March (2011) my eyes burned like crazy and I had a continual taste of metal in my mouth. I never go to the doctor, and this was no exception, so I have no diagnosis. And it wasn't until much later that I even considered that it could have had anything to do with Fukushima, but now I'm pretty sure it did.
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For me it was the occasional pinprick of what sseemed like a nano-sized ember occasionally landing on my skin. It happened to my wife too and we were both really weirded out by it! That was only for a few weeks late March/early April. It was CREEPY.
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Hey op, sorry to hear that you feel ill. I also live in PA near Scranton and due to my paranoia and being less then 20 miles from susquehanna steam nnp, I carry a radsticker on my person at all times and have much more advanced radiological monitoring and survey equipment installed at home. On my land it averages 15-35 cpm and the average dose per hour is around 15 mR, and I don't see any increase during the rain. Strangely enough, I also drive right past Indian point nnp in NY on my way to work and it's totally flat, like 1 or 2 cpm average which is almost certainly solar related.  The metallic taste is classic symptom of radio iodide uptake so that's quite unnerving, there are bentonite therapies for that.. Google it.

I used to be suspicious of the nuclear radiation levels before I obtained the tools and skill to measure it for myself, consider looking into getting the tools as they are empowering.

As for the smart meter that ppl sneak installed 3 months ago, it's the devil and every day since it's been here I have been suffering.. Never thought that meter illness was real until it came to my property. I'm gonna try putting a large cast iron soup pot over it, if that does not work then I will just get a gasifier and chop wood. Check your meter op, those bastards are trying to kill us with them.

Take care!
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OP..I posted this info on another thread yesterday but I think it belongs here...

We all have been getting low level doses of radiation ever since Fukushima. It has now worked it's way through the food chain and starting to effect those of us at the top of the chain.

>>If you have been exposed to radiation fallout you will know it through a change in your health status. If the levels are extraordinarily high then people all around you will be feeling and sharing similar changes and discomforts including:

-Nausea and vomiting
-Diarrhea
-Skin burns (skin reddening)
-Weakness
-Lethargy and fatigue
-Loss of appetite (anorexia)
-Fainting
-Dehydration
-Inflammation of tissues (swelling, redness or tenderness)
-Hemorrhages under the skin
-Bleeding from your nose, gums or mouth
-Anemia (low red [link to www.naturalnews.com] cell count)
-Hair loss (usually from just the scalp)
-Decrease in platelets<<

[link to www.naturalnews.com]

I am going to add weight gain and problems regulating body temp (either too hot or too cold) to the list because of the radiation destroying people's thyroids.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


There are 3 things you need to take daily to protect yourself from the effects of radiation.

Chlorophyll..

>>According to the book "Chlorella," some studies have found that chlorophyll-rich foods, such as chlorella, spirulina and alfalfa, can decrease radiation toxicity. Chlorella, in particular, has the ability to neutralize radiation and mercury-related conditions in the body and to remove poisonous substances, including cadmium, dioxins and<<

[link to www.livestrong.com]

(You can buy liquid Chlorophyll at most health food stores)


Eleutherococcus senticosus (Siberian Ginseng)

>>Adaptogen, Anti-toxic, Anti-radiation, Immunoprotective and Immunoregulatory. For patients going through chemotherapy or radiotherapy, Eleutherococcus would be very useful. <<

[link to www.friedli.com]

Rhodiola Rosea

>>More scientific research is needed to confirm the preventive and curative benefits of R. rosea. Controlled studies are warranted to explore its use in antidepressant augmentation, disorders of memory and cognition, attention deficit disorder, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, protection against arrhythmias, sports performance, aviation and space medicine (enhancing physical and mental performance while reducing stress reactions), endocrine disorders (infertility, premenstrual disorder, menopause), sexual dysfunction, disorders of the stress response system (fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and post traumatic stress disorder), and enhancement of chemotherapy/radiation with amelioration of toxicity.<<

[link to cms.herbalgram.org]


There's lots of info on the web that supports the use of these 3 products in radiation protection. Do your own research.

Stay well everyone!

hf
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Cheynoble (I think that I speleed this wrong) - rained radiation in Sweden alot........
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Yeah, some meat is STILL inedible there because of Chernobyl. I believe the worst meat is wild boar.

Also European mushrooms, many are still bad from Chernobyl. After Fukushima I just don't eat any mushrooms!
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Despite OP disappearing from his own thread and suspicious lack of specific details we would see were this a heartfelt predicament, rather than start an insincere effort.
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I think so too,
the "normal" Procedure is to take a Blood Sample
(Radiation would eliminate the White Cells)
and a Urine Test when you go to Doc because
of unknown causes!
G.Y.!B.E.
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This is all very interesting. Mostly, in fact to me, is that you fellow citizens would still situate yourselves in an environment that you believe may be lethal.

If you must stay in the northern hemisphere, please get out of the direct jet stream. Hell, just moving away from such a densely populated area might do you more good than less radiation... at least statistically.
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Hey op, sorry to hear that you feel ill. I also live in PA near Scranton and due to my paranoia and being less then 20 miles from susquehanna steam nnp, I carry a radsticker on my person at all times and have much more advanced radiological monitoring and survey equipment installed at home. On my land it averages 15-35 cpm and the average dose per hour is around 15 mR, and I don't see any increase during the rain. Strangely enough, I also drive right past Indian point nnp in NY on my way to work and it's totally flat, like 1 or 2 cpm average which is almost certainly solar related.  The metallic taste is classic symptom of radio iodide uptake so that's quite unnerving, there are bentonite therapies for that.. Google it.

I used to be suspicious of the nuclear radiation levels before I obtained the tools and skill to measure it for myself, consider looking into getting the tools as they are empowering.

As for the smart meter that ppl sneak installed 3 months ago, it's the devil and every day since it's been here I have been suffering.. Never thought that meter illness was real until it came to my property. I'm gonna try putting a large cast iron soup pot over it, if that does not work then I will just get a gasifier and chop wood. Check your meter op, those bastards are trying to kill us with them.

Take care!
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If a cast iron soup pot works for the smart meter I will buy one. Maybe the power company should install them over that meter? LOL
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Yes. PA. Has been getting hit. I believe you.
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Well since you believe it must be true!!!! Duh...
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True. I know 5 healthy people that just recently passed away from either heart failure or organ failure. The most recent Sunday. I also hear from friends and relatives of people they know just diagnosed with rare types of cancer shit I never heard of before. I live in central CA and our monitor has been off and on since 3/11. I wash all my foods in soapy water and try not to stay outside very long.
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Me too (lots of premature deaths and cancer diagnoses lately of the people I know) and I'm not even on the west coast
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OP im in pa, and been sick for months.

one prominent symptom - dry heaving

i see my guy friday.

thanks for posting. im sending him your thread.
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oh no, this is bad. if they get Phenom, the honey badger award winner, then...Phenom, look over what I typed for the guy. try it.
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dude i eat seaweed in sushi. lots of it too.
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Phenn...I am worried about the seaweed people are eating. It is most likely harvested from the radiation polluted waters off the coast of Japan. Just a thought!
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Yes. PA. Has been getting hit. I believe you.
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Well since you believe it must be true!!!! Duh...
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also all the news about how Philadelphia keeps having problems with radioactive iodine in their tapwater kinda lends some truth to the story, genius.
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The smart meter posts are a distraction.
Start another thread.

Or is that a shill tactic..?
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Strange -- in my amazon.com shopping cart this mornign was the message:

Radiation Alert INSPECTORXTREME Microprocessor-Based Ionizing Ra... has increased from $605.95 to $1,060.80

Related??
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Hey op, sorry to hear that you feel ill. I also live in PA near Scranton and due to my paranoia and being less then 20 miles from susquehanna steam nnp, I carry a radsticker on my person at all times and have much more advanced radiological monitoring and survey equipment installed at home. On my land it averages 15-35 cpm and the average dose per hour is around 15 mR, and I don't see any increase during the rain. Strangely enough, I also drive right past Indian point nnp in NY on my way to work and it's totally flat, like 1 or 2 cpm average which is almost certainly solar related.  The metallic taste is classic symptom of radio iodide uptake so that's quite unnerving, there are bentonite therapies for that.. Google it.

I used to be suspicious of the nuclear radiation levels before I obtained the tools and skill to measure it for myself, consider looking into getting the tools as they are empowering.

As for the smart meter that ppl sneak installed 3 months ago, it's the devil and every day since it's been here I have been suffering.. Never thought that meter illness was real until it came to my property. I'm gonna try putting a large cast iron soup pot over it, if that does not work then I will just get a gasifier and chop wood. Check your meter op, those bastards are trying to kill us with them.

Take care!
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If a cast iron soup pot works for the smart meter I will buy one. Maybe the power company should install them over that meter? LOL
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A butt load of aluminum foil and a tin turkey roasting pan will do the trick too.
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I am in eastern PA.

Where are you in PA?

- Sara
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harrisburg
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Thats not far!

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The smart meter posts are a distraction.
Start another thread.

Or is that a shill tactic..?
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I agree, it's clear the OP is talking about radioactivity, not EMF, which makes sense, as it's much more dangerous.
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Strange -- in my amazon.com shopping cart this mornign was the message:

Radiation Alert INSPECTORXTREME Microprocessor-Based Ionizing Ra... has increased from $605.95 to $1,060.80

Related??
 Quoting: tandym


Interesting. Maybe something happened and it just hasn't hit the news yet.

Hope you already bought yours.
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Hey op, sorry to hear that you feel ill. I also live in PA near Scranton and due to my paranoia and being less then 20 miles from susquehanna steam nnp, I carry a radsticker on my person at all times and have much more advanced radiological monitoring and survey equipment installed at home. On my land it averages 15-35 cpm and the average dose per hour is around 15 mR, and I don't see any increase during the rain. Strangely enough, I also drive right past Indian point nnp in NY on my way to work and it's totally flat, like 1 or 2 cpm average which is almost certainly solar related.  The metallic taste is classic symptom of radio iodide uptake so that's quite unnerving, there are bentonite therapies for that.. Google it.

I used to be suspicious of the nuclear radiation levels before I obtained the tools and skill to measure it for myself, consider looking into getting the tools as they are empowering.

As for the smart meter that ppl sneak installed 3 months ago, it's the devil and every day since it's been here I have been suffering.. Never thought that meter illness was real until it came to my property. I'm gonna try putting a large cast iron soup pot over it, if that does not work then I will just get a gasifier and chop wood. Check your meter op, those bastards are trying to kill us with them.

Take care!
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If a cast iron soup pot works for the smart meter I will buy one. Maybe the power company should install them over that meter? LOL
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25304906


A butt load of aluminum foil and a tin turkey roasting pan will do the trick too.
 Quoting: CowgirlK
Thanks! Turkey roasting pans are a good thing to look for at yard sales. I have a few pieces of electronics in an old pressure cooker which is grounded to my water pipes in case of an EMP.
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WebMd has a good write up about radioactive Iodine and metallic taste and other symptoms and treatments.
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Strange -- in my amazon.com shopping cart this mornign was the message:

Radiation Alert INSPECTORXTREME Microprocessor-Based Ionizing Ra... has increased from $605.95 to $1,060.80

Related??
 Quoting: tandym


AFAIK.. you can still get the russian detectors on Ebay for around 400US.
The problem is that detectors don't tell you which radioisotope you are exposed to.



Radiation Detection and Measurement

[link to www.acq.osd.mil]

[snip]

This appendix provides detailed information on the instrumentation and associated techniques used to perform radiological monitoring at an accident involving the release of radioactive material. This appendix is not intended to serve as a “user’s manual” for the various instruments; however, it includes sufficient detail to provide an understanding of the limitations of field measurement techniques and provides for proper application and the use of techniques in an emergency. For completeness, some basic character­istics of different kinds of radiation are included. Throughout this appendix, the word “radiation” refers only to nuclear radiation found at a nuclear accident site.

Laboratory procedures are necessary to quantitatively measure radiation contamination. For this reason, mobile laboratories are available within the Department of Defense and the DOE/NNSA for deployment to an accident site. Although specific instrumentation shall vary, the types of laboratory analyses fall into three categories: gamma and X-ray spectroscopy, alpha-beta counting, and liquid scintillation.
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I just wonder why the Fukushima accident is considered worse than f. ex. 3 Mile Island and Chernobyl?

The Chernobyl accident spewed radioactive waste all over the northern hemisphere, but still you say that Fukushima is gonna be worse for us up here, of for that matter, the whole planet?

I don't know much about radiation or nuclear science, so please enlighten me.
 Quoting: Kalles Kaviar


It has as much to do with meteorology as nuclear science. The jet stream brings the radioactive particulate straight over the pacific ocean and to the North American mainland. The trip takes about 3 days. 1/3 of the pollution over Los Angeles any given day comes from China. Japan is right in the same line and right on the shore line.

You'd think everything would land on California, but that doesn't seem to be the way it works. I think the persistence of rain is a huge factor. California is mostly desert so rain is not as prevalent. Look where all the radiation is being detected; same places where they get lots of rain.

anonstoner
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The smart meter posts are a distraction.
Start another thread.

Or is that a shill tactic..?
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I agree, it's clear the OP is talking about radioactivity, not EMF, which makes sense, as it's much more dangerous.
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Sorry that you were distracted. WE KNOW it's against the strict rules of GLP. Geeeesh.
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I just wonder why the Fukushima accident is considered worse than f. ex. 3 Mile Island and Chernobyl?

The Chernobyl accident spewed radioactive waste all over the northern hemisphere, but still you say that Fukushima is gonna be worse for us up here, of for that matter, the whole planet?

I don't know much about radiation or nuclear science, so please enlighten me.
 Quoting: Kalles Kaviar


It has as much to do with meteorology as nuclear science. The jet stream brings the radioactive particulate straight over the pacific ocean and to the North American mainland. The trip takes about 3 days. 1/3 of the pollution over Los Angeles any given day comes from China. Japan is right in the same line and right on the shore line.

You'd think everything would land on California, but that doesn't seem to be the way it works. I think the persistence of rain is a huge factor. California is mostly desert so rain is not as prevalent. Look where all the radiation is being detected; same places where they get lots of rain.

anonstoner
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This has been consistent since 3.11.11.
Before the information was squashed, the detectors were showing this to be an accurate deduction.
I researched the data and made the correlation on a post in April of 2011.
I have been telling people to stay out of the rain since then.
The thread in which it was posted was deleted at the request of the OP.
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I believe you OP and I am sorry. hope you feel better soon. Lots of good posts on GLP about cleansing your body after radiation exposure. check them out...but please do some back up research before you follow any particular suggestion to make sure it is true. Feel better. hf
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Emerald Eye had a good thread & there's been several others:

Thread: **RADIATION PROTECTION**- non prescription list, revised and updated.


OP, sorry to hear this. Hope you beat this. Do try and keep a positive attitude to fight this though. As the old saying goes it's half the battle. You'll be in my thoughts & prayers.
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Supporting these findings, Eleutherococcus Senticosus is now used in the support of cancer patients undergoing radiation and chemotherapy, especially in Germany. Studies have shown that ES, when administered to patients, drastically reduces the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy (e.g., nausea, weakness, fatigue, dizziness, and loss of appetite). Other research with cancer patients has linked Eleutherococcus Senticosus with improved healing and recovery times, increased weight gain, and improved immune cell counts. In Russia, the administration of Eleutherococcus Senticosus to cancer patients seemed to permit larger than normal doses of drugs utilised in chemotherapy, thus speeding treatment periods.



The researchers stated: 'We conclude from our data that Eleutherococcus senticosus exerts a strong immunomodulatory effect in healthy normal subjects.' The Bohn study has caused drug companies to spend millions of dollars in an effort to get Eleutherococcus Senticosus approved as a drug by the FDA in the States.

[link to www.herbwisdom.com]

Get it while you can. The FDA will make a synthetic version and charge hundreds of dollars for a script.

There are so many herbs that can cure just about everything, its no wonder the Gov is trying to regulate and shut down the supplement industry. If people can heal themselves there would be no need for the masses to depend on the gov for free health care. Lets not empower anyone or have them take control of their own health because Knowledge is power!...and that frightens TPTB.
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Radiation...diseases.....debt...wars...Obama...and on and on. We're screwed!!
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For two months my doctor couldn't figure out what's wrong with me. It all started with extreme twitches in my body, itchyness, weird rashes, messed up heart rate, chest pains, brain fog, and even microscopic pieces of metal coming out of my pores within the past few weeks.

I was treated for allergies, viral infections, fungus infections, even anxiety. Nothing was working. Yesterday I demanded a complete blood test and specifically asked to check for radiation. The doctors thought I was crazy until I said I would pay for it in cash. Well I got a call today asking for me to check into the hospital immediately and that my platelet levels are ridiculously low and indeed radiation exposure is the cause.

I told them I would come in tomorrow. I needed to do a few things and get my affairs in order because I honestly don't think I'm going to survive this. It feels like there are particles in me bouncing around ripping my insides apart.

I'm 31 years old and physically I was in the best shape of my life. I own a landscaping company so I'm outside year round. I'm exposed to the elements way more than the average person. I really believe this is from Fukushima and Ill explain why.

Ever since 3/11/11 I would occasionally get this metallic taste in my mouth. It made me so sick at times I would throw up but the next day everything would be normal again. Well not anymore. I'm practically disabled and feel a heart attack is imminent.

I need to get my story out there because you all are in danger. All you have to do is look at a map of the jetstream and the epa radnet map. Cities that follow the jetstream are showing abnormally high readings. You may shill against me and say well California is fine. Well yea of course it is because the pacific stream is entering the US through Washington.

I'm telling you the northern hemisphere is in major trouble. Everything they've told you are lies. Fukushima is going to spew rads for hundreds of years. Even some of the pictures they show you are obvious photoshop fakes. You need to get south of the equator now before this goes mainstream. Once this becomes an epidemic they'll shut down the borders and you'll be trapped here. Paraguay, uruguay, and argentina seem to be the choice of the elite.

You can either believe me or believe your government. The choice is yours. I do wish you all luck. I've enjoyed reading this forum over the past couple years. Cya.
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Wind Map:
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Nuclear Power Stations in Pennsylvania:

Beaver Valley Nuclear Generating Station
Bell Bend Nuclear Power Plant
Limerick Nuclear Power Plant
Peach Bottom Nuclear Generating Station
Saxton Nuclear Generating Station
Shippingport Atomic Power Station
Susquehanna Steam Electric Station
Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station

Nuclear Power Stations in Ohio:

Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station
Erie Nuclear Power Plant
Perry Nuclear Generating Station
Piqua Nuclear Generating Station

28 Power Stations in Indiana:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

List of Power Stations in the United States
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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For two months my doctor couldn't figure out what's wrong with me. It all started with extreme twitches in my body, itchyness, weird rashes, messed up heart rate, chest pains, brain fog, and even microscopic pieces of metal coming out of my pores within the past few weeks.

I was treated for allergies, viral infections, fungus infections, even anxiety. Nothing was working. Yesterday I demanded a complete blood test and specifically asked to check for radiation. The doctors thought I was crazy until I said I would pay for it in cash. Well I got a call today asking for me to check into the hospital immediately and that my platelet levels are ridiculously low and indeed radiation exposure is the cause.

I told them I would come in tomorrow. I needed to do a few things and get my affairs in order because I honestly don't think I'm going to survive this. It feels like there are particles in me bouncing around ripping my insides apart.

I'm 31 years old and physically I was in the best shape of my life. I own a landscaping company so I'm outside year round. I'm exposed to the elements way more than the average person. I really believe this is from Fukushima and Ill explain why.

Ever since 3/11/11 I would occasionally get this metallic taste in my mouth. It made me so sick at times I would throw up but the next day everything would be normal again. Well not anymore. I'm practically disabled and feel a heart attack is imminent.

I need to get my story out there because you all are in danger. All you have to do is look at a map of the jetstream and the epa radnet map. Cities that follow the jetstream are showing abnormally high readings. You may shill against me and say well California is fine. Well yea of course it is because the pacific stream is entering the US through Washington.

I'm telling you the northern hemisphere is in major trouble. Everything they've told you are lies. Fukushima is going to spew rads for hundreds of years. Even some of the pictures they show you are obvious photoshop fakes. You need to get south of the equator now before this goes mainstream. Once this becomes an epidemic they'll shut down the borders and you'll be trapped here. Paraguay, uruguay, and argentina seem to be the choice of the elite.

You can either believe me or believe your government. The choice is yours. I do wish you all luck. I've enjoyed reading this forum over the past couple years. Cya.
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Wind Map:
[link to hint.fm]


Nuclear Power Stations in Pennsylvania:

Beaver Valley Nuclear Generating Station
Bell Bend Nuclear Power Plant
Limerick Nuclear Power Plant
Peach Bottom Nuclear Generating Station
Saxton Nuclear Generating Station
Shippingport Atomic Power Station
Susquehanna Steam Electric Station
Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station

Nuclear Power Stations in Ohio:

Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station
Erie Nuclear Power Plant
Perry Nuclear Generating Station
Piqua Nuclear Generating Station

28 Power Stations in Indiana:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

List of Power Stations in the United States
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24945571


I'm an Ohioan. Davis, Erie, & Perry plants are north, near Toledo & Lake Erie (sounds very eerie!) and Piqua is around the Dayton area...

Hmm...oops2
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Re: Blood Work Results Shows Radiation Exposure-Im from PA
It is also possible that you got Contaminated
by some forgotten Isotopes?

After many Japanese organized Geiger Counter
because of Fukushima
we found so much old Stuff in Houses,
Gardens and old Factories!

In the case you get a Confirmation please let them
(Environmental Surveilance Agency, i dont know
the name in the US)
Re-Check your former Areas where you worked,
this is important!

@ Waterbug, you are wrong!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


I am quite sure there are sources of radiation here and there that would be detected by an influx of geiger counters. The majority of the problem is probably airborne particulate. The most likely source of that would be Japanese reactors.

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