Sunday, August 7, 2011

A 4000 Mile Radioactive Road Trip! Seek LESS Jet Stream and MORE Hurricane

From mid-July to early August, the Potrblog team took a nearly 4000 mile long radioactive road trip to the southernmost point in the United States and back to Saint Louis; we ran the Geiger counter nearly the entire trip. We encountered the first radioactive fallout free rain fall since the Fukushima disaster began, and complied further data that the radioactive fallout in our rainfall is directly attributable to the Fukushima nuclear nightmare.

The executive summary is as follows:
(1) The radioactivity in the rainfall decreases the further one moves away from the jet stream.
(2) The radioactivity in the rainfall goes to ZERO for storms originating from Africa traveling westward to the USA. (tropical depressions, tropical storms, hurricanes, etc)

Stay tuned for further details, videos, and an informative radioactive tour of Disney World.

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