The Reality of Potential Radiation Fallout in the United States and Elsewhere

If you don’t believe that there’s any chance of radiation fallout from Japan reaching the USA then stop reading now…

If you know in your gut that something isn’t right or that the truth is not being revealed home or abroad you might want to read Dr. Blaylock: Japan Radiation Could Pose Threat to US.

Briefly he states the extent of damage and destruction by this potential cloud to lives and crops in the western USA would be huge to devastating.

But one would question if this invisible wind carried threat could reach and penetrate US airspace? History shows that balloons set aloft toting bombs from Japan in 1944-1945 reached the American Northwest including Alaska. Therefore, if these heavy ‘packages‘ could make it… nuclear fallout would have absolutely no problem. Plain and simple logic.

If you think the end of winter makes a difference in the air stream arrival, you would be right. From Fugos: Japanese Balloon Bombs of WWII:

“…The balloon bombs were released from Japan in the winter months when the jet stream is the strongest…”

Why does “timing is everything” spring to mind?

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5 responses to “The Reality of Potential Radiation Fallout in the United States and Elsewhere

  1. A video that everyone needs to see, it’s just over 1 hour long

    And if large items will float across the ocean to the United States…

    http://www.centredaily.com/2011/04/01/2620018/japans-tsunami-debris-to-hit-west.html

    … what’s to stop the winds flowing east? Nothing!

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