Posted By: Susoni
Date: Wednesday, 2-May-2012 13:58:22
Go to see the animated version, here:
Bottom of page.. Sickening!
It looks as if the largest concentrations are in California and Colorado.
For those who’ve been searching for “US fallout map Fukushima”, etc.: This blogpost aims to give a compilation of United States radioactive fallout maps with their sources, and compare them to the on-the-ground current situation in Japan now or Europe in the late 1980s where possible.
Released a year ago (May 6, 2011), and expanded upon since. One page from http://radioactivity.mext.go.jp/old/en/1280/2011/05/1304797_0506.pdf
I have been wondering how it can be that an entire year goes by after detailed fallout maps for vast regions in Japan, such as this one from May 2011 (shown left – with data of Cesium-137 deposition in an 80 mile radius from the quake-ruined nuclear plants) are published, and no such maps are created (or made public if they exist) for vast areas of the United States yet.
On my search I found that, apparently, some of this information also exists for parts of the US. Why not for everywhere in the US and just as detailed is rather unfortunate.
Maybe that’s where those 30,000 spy drones for domestic use will come in handy for?… (Nvrmnd…)
Loads of info, charts and back-up data on link: