Fukushima Radioactive Fallout Confirmed In U.S. Food Chain

The U,S. rainy season of 2011 extended to June, making it unusually long and troubling for many experts and citisens due to Fukushima Daiichi’s triple nuclear meltdowns which began in March. These catastrophic event widely dispersed airborne dust contaminated with radioactive particles over much of the country, When inhaled or ingested these particles can have negative effects on human health that are different from those caused by external or uniform radiation fields such as from cosmic radiation from air flights (although the Food and Drug Administration continues to pretend otherwise). Hawaii and the West Coast were the first states to receive radioactive fallout from Japan, Radiation from Fukushima has been found in U.S. topsoil; rainwater, groundwater, milk, fish and several varieties of produce as reported by the University of California Berkeley’s School of Nuclear Engineers (UCBSNE) radiation testing team. from Nuclear Monitor No. 755, 18th December 2012