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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Nukes detected in Tokyo tap water

They're telling people it's still safe to drink it, and apparently it's got a long way to go before they say otherwise. But of course, the nuclear disaster is nowhere near over.

Comments (3)

It's all a question of risk. No amount of exposure to ionizing radiation is without risk. If you ingest a radioactive substance and it passes out of your system before the radiation causes cell damage, you're fine; if not, you're not.

I don't recall giving Japanese power companies the right to increase my risk at all.

It's all good, Ann Coulter said so, nothing to worry about.

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