What Is the Actual True Story About Radioactive Milk Samples?
Posted by angelbabe43 on April 8, 2011
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Today while auditing a citizen journalist video by YT publisher Mary Greeley I heard her say that in Phoenix Arizona the milk is now radioactive and “not fit to drink.” That’s funny, I thought, I haven’t seen that news anywhere. So I went looking for REAL NEWS reports on how much radioactivity they are detecting in milk samples and in which states.
Here’s what I found and it is confusing, to say the least. News channel KBHO.com CBS affiliate has an article on their website which says the amounts of radiation detected in Arizona milk are miniscule and are NO CAUSE for alarm.
Another report says that radioactive milk found in California and Washington state had levels 50,000 times above normal. Which report should we believe?
Here’s the news rundown:
[ How can we be sure? Do we trust these reports? Seriously. ]
Threat Posed by Radioactive Milk Hard to Measure [ Oh, great.]
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- Radioactive milk could have come from across state (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Radiation in U.S. Milk: What It Means (abcnews.go.com)
- “CDC Q&A On Radioactive Iodine In Milk” and related posts (afludiary.blogspot.com)
- France detects radioactive iodine in rainwater and milk (thetruthiswhere.wordpress.com)
- Radiation From Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown Finds Its Way Into California’s Milk (alternet.org)
- What the ‘Fukushima’ is going on, the Irish are saying, as fallout reaches Ireland, Scotland, France and Greece (dominicatimes.wordpress.com)
- A Bit More on That Radioactive Milk from Washington (slog.thestranger.com)