So I am a little pissed.
Here we have a looming threat of a Nuclear meltdown in Japan, but so far NONE of the news stations are saying what will happen to the West Coast of Canada and the US should this meltdown occur.
If there is a meltdown, there is a strong possibility that the jet-stream will carry Nuclear fallout over to the West Coast, however, nobody is covering this worst case scenario and what it means to us. How much radiation is likely to reach Canada and the US if this happens, and what, if anything, can we do to prepare for it? Are we doomed, or will we simply have minor problems that will pass?
I think it is highly irresponsible for the news stations to not cover this possibility – If there is anything I can do to prepare, I want to do it, I don’t want to be scrambling last minute with some warning hours before we are effected. They have had days to prepare us for anything, yet we know nothing!
If I learn anything I will post it here – I urge you to comment as well should you find any good links, or see any good video that covers what we should do to prepare for the worst.
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