* Note the radiation cloud is the same blue color near California as it is just off the coast of Japan, indicating similar concentrations. In some cases (I-131 and Cs-137), the clouds appear even stronger near the US.
Stop with the conspiracy theories, wow you people are paranoid!
Yes radionuclides are dangerous, but honestly at the levels reaching the US, you do not need to worry. The quantites reaching you are miniscule.
As for ‘Mothra’ are you serious? Xenon compounds will NOT form, Xenon is a noble element, and while it can form compounds under extreme circumstances, it will not do so under atmospheric conditions, go learn some elemental chemistry. You should be concerned with the Cs-137 most of all, not Xenon-131.
If you all want something to seriously worry about, then start looking into the tons of Mercury emitted ANNUALLY by each an every coal fired power plant within the US.
After reviewing the NILU model, it appears any 1-131 or Cesium would potentially be after April 11. The N. America tabs are clear on the 11th except for Xenon (which is bad enough) for now. Xenon compounds are not invisible – they’re salty and appear pollen-like. I expect to see some in evaporated rain on stairs, cars, porches and windowsills – like a residue.
It sure is difficult dealing with a cult of death and destruction. Perhaps it is time for humanity to realize this event was another false flag covered by a ‘natural’ event. Follow the money… it is called catastrophic economics and it goes hand in hand with a ‘war’ (on everything) economics.
How about some evolution into self responsibility, being respectful to all life, and create freedom for ourselves. Do we really need this greed and control and those who are destructive tyrannical rulers to exploit all that is alive? I say NO, humanity is bigger than this death cult.
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