Rainwater in California Measured 181 Times The Acceptable Limit For Drinking Water
The Intel Hub
April 3rd, 2011
April 3rd, 2011
Officials at UC Berkeley have tested rain water that turned out to be 181 times the limit for drinking water. This is happening at the same time that our FAKE corporate media is telling the sheeple that there is absolutely nothing to worry about.
“As shown in the graph below, published by UC Berkeley, Iodine-131 peaked at 20.1 becquerels per liter, a measure of radioactivity, on the roof of Etcheverry Hall during heavy rains a week ago. The federal maximum level of iodine-131 allowed in drinking water is 0.111 becquerels per liter,” The Bay Citizen reported Saturday.
The Norwegian Institute of Air Research is also predicting that moderate levels of radiation will hit the U.S. west coast on April 5th and 6th.
Meanwhile in Japan, 250 people protested TEPCO’s criminal cover up of one of the largest nuclear disasters in history.
Demonstrators included longtime anti-nuclear activists, rappers, drummers, a guitarist and a female impersonator holding aloft a sign telling Japan’s government, “Shame on you.” They marched from TEPCO’s headquarters to the building that houses Japan’s Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry, about four blocks away, reported CNN.
The lack of of experts speaking the truth about this disaster is startling and without the few that are, the people of the world would be left to the mercy of their respective governments who have a long history of covering up disasters involving radiation.
Arnie Gunderson of Fairewinds Associates and a nuclear expert is one of the few experts speaking that is speaking the truth. He reported today that evidence shows that a periodic chain reaction is occurring at Fukushima Unit 1.
It is clear that the Japanese government and in turn the American government have continually lied about the situation and cannot be trusted whatsoever. While a deadly radioactive cloud sweeping through the U.S. remains highly unlikely, the long term effects of this disaster could be horrific.
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