Dangerous radioactive particles have been detected across Europe and no-one knows where they came from

Scientists baffled after detecting cancer-causing chemical that's produced during nuclear disasters or atomic bomb blasts

DANGEROUS radioactive particles have been detected in seven different European countries and scientists can’t explain where they have come from.

Traces of Iodine-131 were found in Norway, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain in January, but the public were not immediately alerted.


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These particles have most likely come when the "missing nuclear fuel" that they are searching for at Fukishima exploded into the earth's atmosphere.  We also have had radioactive rain in Ontario, Canada. . . . and no good reason exists for that either!  There were a couple of guys going out in the rain with Soeks geigercounters a couple of years ago and detecting dangerously high levels of radiation in the rainwater runoff. . . . strangely, these videos have for the most part disappeared. . . . I don't know why they are gone because it was clear what was displayed in them. 

See these videos for more information about the Ontario radioactive rain:




Thank you for that feedback Carolyn

FEARS are mounting Vladimir Putin’s military have carried out a secret Arctic nuke test after a huge spike in dangerous radiation levels were detected across Europe.

The worrying claims came as the US Air Force sent a special WC-135 Constant Phoenix to  RAF Mildenhall – whose main mission is to detect and identify nuclear explosions from the air.


Lets have a wee think here. 

Who is it that suddenly started the Fukushima talk recently and after 6 nearly years after full melt down.

Oh yes, the western media.

The Russians did it - again.

Had to translate this

Prague - http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/politik/strahlung-radioaktives-jod-i...

In January, traces of radioactive iodine were measured in several parts of Europe, including the Czech Republic and Germany. The values ​​established in the air were at the limit of measurability, the Czech radiation protection agency SJUB said in Prague on Tuesday. "There is no reason for any worries about the consequences for humans," said a spokesman.

It should be assumed that the radionuclides iodine 131 were transported over the atmosphere to Europe. Speculation about an accident in an NPP called the authority "nonsense". However, a problem with a manufacturer of radioactive drugs, such as those used in radiation therapy, is conceivable.
- Source: http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/25777750 © 2017
The French supervisory authority had previously reported similar measurements. The short half-life of iodine-131 of about eight days indicates that radioactivity has recently escaped, a message said.
Russian nuclear tests feared

British media reported that the US Air Force had sent a special WC-135 aircraft to England, capable of measuring radioactive particles in the atmosphere. According to this, there are fears that Russia could have tested a nuclear explosive device on Novaya Semlja in the North Pole Sea.
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- Source: http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/25777750 © 2017

Update and just posted by Martin

Nuclear Accident in the Arctic


my thoughts re the russian media. Always with MS it's 'what are they up to? ie really doing?" Are they just hastening the extermination of humans on the ground I wonder ? 


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