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Arkansas gets radioactive sleet and snow but no warnings

Activist Post
Activist Post
January 22nd, 2013
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The sleet and snow that fell on January 15 2013 in White County Arkansas was not normal. Background levels in this area are 35cpm. The sleet and snow was showing an alert level above 100cpm. The high levels only lasted about 24 hours indicating a short half life of the hot particles.

This kind of exposure can reduce the immune system and may be the cause for recent spikes in flu and illness in this area and others. We can only assume because the event was short lived is why they are not warning parents to keep there children out of this unsafe wintery mix. Not creating panic or concern seems to be more important than public safety.

Why warn parents exposure to the snow and sleet is equal to flying at 30000 feet or exposure levels for nuclear plant workers right?

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  • Jeff Bartelt

    Where did the radiation originate from?

  • cara

    Yes Jeff that was my question. Also is there any word about the ongoing emissions from Japan?

  • Jeff Bartelt

    So, no one knows or cares to find out where this radiation came from?
    Has anyone else did any testing? Is this a prank?

  • Charlie Brown

    Ask the oil company’s what else is pumped in the ground when they frac a well besides water & sand. There is much well work going on in white county.

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