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- Canadian Govt Refuses To Even Bother Testing For Radiation In Milk
Claiming It's Not Necessary
EPA to raise limits for radiation exposure
while Canada turns off fallout detectors
Canada tries to out-stupid the USA
Ah, the fascination of watching this tragic comedy of errors unfold in the U.S. government almost cannot be exceeded. But Canada is sure trying. Its own nuclear monitoring network has simply been shut off, and its website now reads “Please note that as of March 25, 2011, the frequency of data collection by NRCan using the mobile surveys has been decreased due to the low levels of radiation being detected.”
Seriously, see the bottom of the page: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hc-ps/ed-ud/r...-rncan-eng.php
Yep, since they’re detecting low levels of radiation, this is apparently justification for turning off the monitors altogether, which of course is the kind of brilliant early warning plan that could have only been dreamed up by a brain-dead bureaucrat.