A Step-By-Step Guide For How To Make a Kearny Fallout Meter
No matter where radiation leaks occur, they will affected us globally in one way or another. From our food supplies
, to our water sources, to our health. Radiation tests conducted since the 2011 nuclear disaster in Japan have detected radioactive iodine and cesium in milk and vegetables produced in California (Source
). Soil pollution is a growing concern for farmers as well as the consumers. There are multiple photos of vegetable mutations as a result of radiation.
With Japan’s radiation circling around the globe and the inconsistencies with EPA, what can you do? Do you take a chance at the grocery store produce? It’s time to become more self-reliant and do something about it. You can easily make a Kearny fallout meter out of a few household items. The meter is really an electroscope that gauges how much radiation you are receiving daily.
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