There is a news report today that the Missouri Department of Health has just had no luck finding any radioactivity in the Missouri rain falls, and Illinois has found only miniscule amounts. I, on the other hand, have found radioactivity in the rain and snow fall here each and every time it has fallen since I started testing on March 26 2011. During the March 29th test I found roughly 19 times background radiation in just a few drops of water wiped off an SUV (see video here).
So one has to ask, why is it so easy to for me to find the radioactivity in the rainfall when the trained professionals at the Missouri Department of Health cannot? Why would the Missouri Department of Health communication director Jacqueline Lapine say: "there is nothing to worry about. The amounts found around the country are hundreds of times below the regulation limit." ? I hope at worst that it is just a case of incompetence on their part; and that they have not considered that the fallout contamination might just have a short half life which would lead to their samples degrading before the testing eventually gets completed. No matter what the cause, getting yourself, your kids, or your pets soaked in the radioactive rain fallout that fell in Saint Louis on 3/29/11 is definitely something to worry about. The fact that the same sample had undetectable levels of radiation just two days after it fell means that only your thyroid will know what killed it.
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