Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Radioactivity made in Japan

Trace amounts of the radioactive element Iodine-131 from the Japan nuclear disaster have been detected in South Florida, but authorities say the concentrations remain far below the level that would present any danger.


First, we were told it wouldn't spread.

Then, we were told it would safely disburse.

Now, we're finding it all over the world.

Why should we believe the "experts", currently saying it's "far below the level that would present any danger", when they've been wrong about everything so far?

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