Despite official denials by the Japanese government and shrouded statements issued by our own government, it's becoming clear that we're in potential danger due to radiation from the Fukushima reactor meltdown blowing our way. It may also soon arrived on the West Coast in the form of contaminated items that were engulfed in the tsunami that was caused by the earthquake that started the whole problem.
We already know that California kelp is contaminated with elevated levels of radioactive iodine. Does this mean that fish caught in Pacific waters will be dangerous to eat? What about other types of food? No clear answers are forthcoming yet--from EITHER side of the Pacific.
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