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If 6,000 counts per minute of radiation was okay yesterday, then 100,000 must be okay today! Right?

• The Political Commentator
Unlike an athletic contest, with radiation exposure more is not good! If 6,000 counts per minute of radiation exposure in Japan was on the outer edge of okay as of yesterday, can 100,000 counts per minute now be okay today? This is apparently the finding of the Japanese government. The 6,000 counts per minute was the prior level at which decontamination was required, raised to a level of 100,000 counts per minute today. As to be expected, the Japanese government says that this new guideline "will not endanger health." While that may or may not be true, the article from Kyodo News presented in its entirety below (H/T Zero Hedge), comes on the heals of an article I had written this morning titled "Fukushima fact or fiction about fallout...

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