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Well, the Gulf disaster is off the map, BUT still going on !!! Now, for those of you that thought Fukushima is over, read this:

http://enenews.com/study-all-western-east-coast-covered-airborne-particles-march-20-model-shows-canada-based-solely-reactor-1-explosion-photo'>http://enenews.com/study-all-western-east-coast-covered-airborne-particles-march-20-model-shows-canada-based-solely-reactor-1-explosion-photo

Get all the news on the " hot particles " we're eating, drinking, and inhaling here:

http://enenews.com/

If you think that Celiac is bad, and the GI symptoms, not to mention my pet affliction DH, just wait till the radio-active hot particles we're ingesting start to work. Eh ???

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Well, the Gulf disaster is off the map, BUT still going on !!! Now, for those of you that thought Fukushima is over, read this:

http://enenews.com/study-all-western-east-coast-covered-airborne-particles-march-20-model-shows-canada-based-solely-reactor-1-explosion-photo'>http://enenews.com/study-all-western-east-coast-covered-airborne-particles-march-20-model-shows-canada-based-solely-reactor-1-explosion-photo

Get all the news on the " hot particles " we're eating, drinking, and inhaling here:

http://enenews.com/

If you think that Celiac is bad, and the GI symptoms, not to mention my pet affliction DH, just wait till the radio-active hot particles we're ingesting start to work. Eh ???

It's really scary isn't it? There's not really anything we can do about either can we? :o

Washing food won't fix it..and there's no way we can go without breathing!

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It's really scary isn't it? There's not really anything we can do about either can we? :o

Washing food won't fix it..and there's no way we can go without breathing!

No but the risk in the US is pretty minimal. You are more likely to get in your car and die in an accident tomorrow than to die of cancer from a Fukushima hot particle.

That said, I would not want to be anywhere in Japan right now. The Japanese government is failing miserably to safeguard Japanese citizens from exposure to radioactivity, especially in food.

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I wonder more about the fish and possible contamination. I wonder if any testing is being done on Alaskan fisheries. The currents can carry things along ways.

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If the EPA is testing, they're keeping close-mouthed. I would not be surprised to see contamination in Pacific fish either. It's not only currents but some species like Pacific Tuna migrate to and from the Japanese coast.

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Apparently they are testing imported seafood in Korea, and the levels are increasing. This article mentions Alaska Pollock, but I don't know if that's the type of fish, or if that was part of the imported seafood tested (i.e. that it's from Alaska...): http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/03/worsened-situation-of-japanese-sea-food/

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