Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Radiation To Hit Alaska?

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Radiation from the Fukishima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster may soon reach Alaska, according to the state commissioner of health and social services in that state. He said the state could detect a “very small increase in radiation levels – well below levels that would be a health concern.”
The KTVA article headline reports “Radiation Levels In AK Elevated But Not Harmful” and the article then states that radiation has yet to reach the state, a clear contradiction. We are trying to obtain clarification from state authorities in Alaska on whether radiation has reached Alaska or just if it could reach Alaska.
“Right now, we don’t expect any radiation to affect Alaska,” Chris Laborde, the state’s emergency program manager, told KTVA in Alaska.
The Japanese government has consistently misled the public on the radiation threat and we should expect the federal and state governments in the United States to follow suit.
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1 comment:

  1. French Minister ReallyMarch 16, 2011 at 1:13 PM

    "Let's beat the meat and eat the bush."


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