Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Radioactive rain in California

Boreas storm packs radioactive punch
Probable Fukushima meltdown radiation detected in Death Valley rain



25 November, 2013

Radioactive rain gave added meaning to the name of the hottest place on Earth with the lowest elevation in the Western Hemisphere. Excessive manmade radiation like that uncovered by Enviroreporter.com can cause blood and bone cancers, leukemia and genetic mutations

The rare sustained precipitation tested over 31.5 times normal background radiation levels outside of the the park's visitor's center in Furnace Creek November, 23. Earlier in the day rain radiation in Stovepipe Wells 24 miles northwest of Furnace Creek registered 28.7 times


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