On September 26th ENENews reported the following:- ‘Newly released data shows Florida hit with highest level of radioactive material from Fukushima measured anywhere in world outside Japan.’
On November 27th the headline was:- ‘Fukushima fallout on vegetation in South Florida exceeded gov’t notification limit by over 1,000% — Nearly triple the highest level reported anywhere on West Coast.’
Some of you might recall just what I wrote last December:-
Radioactive water from Fukushima is already flowing in to the Arctic via the Bering current. This being so then it could well start to flow south via the North Atlantic current, then down past the east coast for Canada and the USA. After that it would be carried up the Gulf Stream, and thus to the coastal waters of Western Europe.
I’m now starting to think what it’s time to really monitor the levels of radiation which are reaching Europe via the Gulf stream.