Saturday, January 26, 2013

Very worrying radiation levels in California and other places in the USA

Fukushima Emergency what can we do? has a series of posts these days on the apparent impact of Fukushima radioactive contamination across the Ocean in continental USA.

This image shows peaks of above 1000 counts per minute at Bakersfield, California, between October and November 2012 (100 CPM is considered alert):

In successive posts, the same blog shows EPA sanctioned graphs with levels of c. 100 CPM at Anchorage, Alaska and c. 200 CPM at Los Angeles, California for a similar period.

See at Fukushima Emergency what can we do?:

Update: also on Canada (similar situation to continental USA).

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