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Why Japan's potential if not current nuke meltdown directly effects Vancouver

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Published on Mar 12, 2011

THIS IS MOSTLY INDOOR ONLY, IT DOES NOT TRACK HOT PARTCLES:
http://www.radiationnetwork.com/Radia...
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For BC residents and Canadians: To ask about testing our milk products for radiation. Lucerne you have to call Calgary @925-944-4646 for Dairyland call Burnaby @604-420-6611 For radiation testing in Vancouver, Global TV (News tips hotline @604-422-6494) refered me to: SFU either Dr. Kris Starosta @778-782-8861 or Dr. Corina Andreiou @778-782-3946 both Nuclear Physicists. EVERYONE CALL! Peace and Love to all!
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Vancouver British Columbia and west coast fall out and tsunami news FLASH.
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/...
I am going to assume it is ignorance on the part of the paid newscasters and professionals to know the wind blows east to west.
http://www.stormsurfing.com/cgi/displ...
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As of now the BC government has not mentioned any contingency on handing out radiation blocking potasium iodide tablets to protect thyroids here. If there is an explosion of a fuel load 100x the size of Chernobyl the dose could be quite high traveling the 38 hrs to Canada by way of the Pacific trade winds..the news is not reporting this!
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Downplaying severity by showing the "before" state even after explosion?
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/...
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1 maybe 2 nuke plants are admitted to being in serious trouble while ALL the western media explain the wind will carry the fall out towards China? The number 1 plant is 100x more powerful than Chernobyl was and has started to vent and it's been confirmed begun meltdown phase which could lead to explosion into atmosphere.
Watch this:
http://www.stormsurfing.com/cgi/displ...

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