Monday, April 11, 2011

EPA RadNet detects I132! Where are the bovine thyroid tests?

EPA RadNet has detected levels of Iodine 132 in their AIR filter tests. This is concerning because I132 has a short half life of approximately 2 hours. And given that I132 may be much more concentrated in rainwater, it is just another example of why only your thyroid will know what killed it. What valid excuse could the EPA have for not testing cows for thyroid health and reporting the results of such tests? The thyroid health of cattle in fallout areas should be monitored and reported, as a potential indicator of human health. And, that is especially the case for dairy cows that already have had their milk test positive for longer lived radioiodines.

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