Nuclear Expert: Radiation plume has now hit Hawaii — In a year it’ll probably reach U.S. West Coast (VIDEO)

Published: April 8th, 2012 at 10:38 am ET
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Title: How Dangerous is the Radioactive Wave Headed Toward the US?
Source: The Big Picture (RT)
Date: April 6, 2012
Description: Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear, joins Thom Hartmann. California beware! A radioactive wave is headed toward the West Coast of the United States courtesy of the Fukushima nuclear disaster? [...]

Transcript Excerpt at 4:00 in

KAMPS: And that plume, as you said, it’s taken a year but it has now hit Hawaii. Another year from now it’ll probably reach the West Coast of the US.

This simulation shows the plume approaching Hawaii last month: WATCH: Radioactive plume map shows Fukushima contamination heading toward Hawaii (VIDEO)

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Published: April 8th, 2012 at 10:38 am ET
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