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Unknown Nuclear Accident

There has been a release of radioactive iodine across Europe. from an unknown source - possibly from Eastern Europe.  They say that there has been no threat to human health but, for one thing, they always say that.  For another thing, I wonder what the health effects are at ground zero?  (Because, you know, breaking news like this makes me a little skeptical: Fukushima Aborts Latest Robot Mission Inside Reactor; Radiation At "Unimaginable" Levels).

GO HERE: Mystery Nuclear ‘Incident’ Detected Across Europe?

Even if there is little harm to health in Western Europe, this unknown accident is seriously worth posting about. Why? To show that the nuclear problems are still going on - bubbling like a witches' brew in a massive fireworks factory, in a city we call Planet Earth. Forever, radiation leaks are occurring and being covered up - just like endless oil pipeline leaks even as we speak - as you may have seen HERE. Meanwhile, we are silently weathering the understated fallout of past nuclear tests, Chernobyl and Fukushima. And we wonder where all of these new illnesses and cancers are coming from, or why the marine animals are dying.

Here is earthfiles.com taking a look at this unknown nuclear accident: Is it fallout from a January Arctic accident? It would be kinda nice to know these things, yes? Cuz we are the Guinea pigs. In a world of mediacrisy, NO news is FAKE news.
Tags: fukushima disaster, nuclear fallout, nuclear/ radiation, regions / continents - arctic/ antarctic, regions / continents - europe
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