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Subject French Research Body On Radioactivity Says Risks No Longer Negligible, Warns Pregant Women And Infants To Stay Away From ‘Risky Behavior’
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Original Message A month into one of the largest nuclear disasters in history, officials in both the Japanese and America government have continually downplayed the risks while independent groups have screamed bloody murder over the dangers of high and low level radiation.

Radiation has been found in milk, rainwater, and tap water throughout the United States as well as in certain areas of Europe.

In Hilo Hawaii, milk was tested that showed radiation at much higher levels then were previously acknowledged.

“New EPA milk samples in Hawaii show radiation in milk at 800% above limits for C-134, 633% above limits for C-137 and 600% above EPA maximum for I-131 for a total of 2033%, or 20.33 times, above the federal drinking water limits,” reported Alexander Higgins.

These tests are quietly being released while the corporate media continues to claim that radiation dangers are minimal and precautions are not needed.

Meanwhile, a French Research Body On Radioactivity has broken stride with the corporate controlled media/experts and released a stern warning.

“The risks associated with iodine-131 contamination in Europe are no longer “negligible,” according to CRIIRAD, a French research body on radioactivity. The NGO is advising pregnant women and infants against “risky behaviour,” such as consuming fresh milk or vegetables with large leaves,” reported euractiv.com.

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