Inconvenient Truth #28: Hot Particles in Tokyo

In this video interview, Arnie Gunderson (Fairewinds Associates) discusses the findings of hot particles of radiation in fleet car air conditioner filters all across Tokyo.  He has also visited Tokyo recently, and brought back soil samples that he collected at random areas of Tokyo.  ALL of the soil samples had radiation levels that would be considered a hazard if found in the environment here in the U.S.  That video follows after this one:

And finally, here is the scientific analysis of the soil samples:

Labratory Test Results for Tokyo Soil Samples

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