Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Radiation levels censored from Japan's nuclear fallout...

I searched Google and can find no data more recent than March 2011 until I reached page 17. The following article is dated May 12, 2011. It appears that Alaska is getting a high dose. The government is not telling the public about this because it fits their global depopulation agenda. Both my wife and I are taking iodine and other supplements to counteract the radiation. I recommend you do the same...
Posted by Alex Thomas - May 12, 2011 at 3:20 PM               
The Intel Hub By Alexander Higgins - Contributing Writer
May 12th, 2 011
Related: Secret Map Shows Massive Radiation Cloud Heading Toward U.S And Canada
Contrary to previous reports that NILO has stopped making Japan nuclear radiation forecasts, the forecasts are still being produced, they are just not being released to the public.
Nuclear radiation forecasts discovered today on the site show emergency levels of radiation in the latest forecasts censored from the public.

Japan recently announced a massive censorship campaign to silence so-called “irresponsible rumors” about the nuclear radiation being released from Fukushima. Japan’s weather chief also censored radiation forecasts to “prevent panic in ordinary people.”

The news of censorship in Japan was coupled with an announcement that the United States would help Japan in silencing irresponsible rumors. The first course of action the US took was to stop all daily nuclear radiation monitoring of milk, drinking water and rainwater instead opting to do radiation tests once every three months.

Those announcements were followed by news that the Norwegian Air Institute (NILO) shut down their program to product radiation forecasts. While forecasts haven’t been publicly accessible on the NILO site for some time, several YouTube users have discovered that NILO is in fact still producing radiation forecasts. In fact, radiation forecasts produced just today have been discovered on a separate area on of the NILO site along with other forecasts showing radiation at emergency levels.

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