Fukushima Radiation Found In Massachusetts Rainwater As Bio-Robots Fight To Prevent Disaster

Fukushima Radiation Found In Massachusetts Rainwater

Fukushima Radiation Found In Massachusetts Rainwater As Bio-Robots Fight To Prevent Disaster

Japan’s Self-Defense Force’s members and others in protective gear prepare to transfer workers who stepped into contaminated water on Thursday during their operation at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, at a hospital in Fukushima, northern Japan Friday, March 25, 2011. (AP / Yomiuri Shimbun, Takuya Yoshino)

16 days into Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster and there are already reports of radiation hitting the U.S. mainland. The reactor workers are battling pure hell as deadly radiation levels skyrocket at the reactor facility in Fukushima.

The brave workers/heroes facing this planetary disaster are doing everything possible to contain the situation at this time.

During the Chernobyl disaster, reactor workers barley prevented a second nuclear explosion that has been covered up to the public for many years. This secondary explosion would have been powerful enough and toxic enough to wipe out the population of half of Europe according to Russian officials.

The world now possibly faces this very same scenario as the Japanese bio-robots (human workers) continue their work at the Fukushima nuclear power plant as the Japanese and U.S. governments continue to cover-up just how bad the situation actually is.

There is now talk of a threat to our food supply in the U.S. as well as our water supply.

Radioiodine-131 has now been found in the rainwater as far away as Massachusetts.

Department of Public Health: Small amounts of radiation detected in state rainwater following Japan nuclear disaster


Low levels of radioactive iodine likely resulting from the nuclear accident in Japan have been detected in a sample of rainwater in Massachusetts, state health officials said today.

The amounts of radioiodine are “very low concentrations” and should have “no impact on state drinking water supplies,” the Department of Public Health said in a statement.

The sample was taken during the past week as part of regular monitoring of radioactivity on the environment by the US Environmental Protection Agency. No detectable increases in radiation have been discovered in the air, the statement said, and there are no expected public health concerns.

It is clear at this time that we cannot trust government agencies to tell us the actual levels of radiation that have reached the United States. Be vigilant.

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The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
March 27, 2011
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