EPA's RadNet monitoring of gross Beta and Gamma radiation in Saint Louis Missouri strongly indicates that the May 13th early morning storm dumped radioactive Gamma and Beta producing fallout on Saint Louis Missouri. Such fallout is likely to be taken up and concentrated in local fruit, vegetable, and dairy products.
Given EPA RadNet's strong indication of Gamma and Beta producing radioactive fallout on the Saint Louis Missouri area on the early morning of May 13th, and the EPA's recent announcement it would reduce testing of milk and dairy products for radiation; it would be wise to avoid consuming local fruits, vegetables, and dairy products, as these farm products take up and concentrate radioactive particles.
The attached RadNet images show a 5 day step-up function spike in both Gamma and Beta starting May 7th and an immediate step down function during the early morning rains of May 13th. The images are the clearest indications yet from EPA's RadNet monitoring of Saint Louis' Air that Fukushima fallout has been significantly deposited in Saint Louis. The May 7th starting date of the STL radiation spike and plateau is strongly correlated with reports of large radioactive releases from Fukushima Daiichi occurring at the end of April and beginning of May.
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