Radiation fears: Truth is harder to f...

Radiation fears: Truth is harder to find than miniscule Fukishima radiation

There are 1 comment on the Mendocino Beacon story from Jan 30, 2014, titled Radiation fears: Truth is harder to find than miniscule Fukishima radiation. In it, Mendocino Beacon reports that:

John Bauer uses his Geiger counter to check kelp at Caspar Beach. To date, he has found only normal background levels of radiation in kelp on several local beaches he is monitoring.

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Mendocino, CA

#1 Jan 31, 2014
Radiationnetwork.com has a live map showing privately owned Geiger counters all over the world. The west coast is well covered and I have my Geiger counter online around the clock.


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