Monday, March 14, 2011
Survived Radiation Before
Quite a bit of scare mongering is afoot in the dinosaur media in regard to the "meltdown crisis" facing Japan. No doubt that there is a danger presented to those physically near the battered nuclear reactors, but to those on the American continent, there should be little to fear from clouds of radiation. Any release would likely be highly dissipated and mostly harmless by the time it would reach the American Pacific Coast. In the early days of atomic testing, bombs were detonated in the American Southwest and even that prevalence of nuclear radiation did not claim a heavy toll. Thankfully an ocean separates us from those most at risk. God bless and protect those closer to the disaster zone.