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Featured Jr. RadCaster —- Note from RadCast: Bronwyn and RadCast are merging our strengths and I am very excited to share with you her findings when she is ready to put out her continued reports. Stay tuned.—
From Metro News Canada
Alberta Canada high-school student Bronwyn Delacruz discovers high levels of radiation in grocery-store seafood.
The Grade 10 student from Grande Prairie said she was shocked to discover that, in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) stopped testing imported foods for radiation in 2012.
So, she decided to carry out her own tests.
This was sent to us at RadCast from a 10 year old in OR who grew up learning about nukes from her mother who had grown up in the Tri-Cities area near Hanford. The letter at the top is self-explanatary. The art at the bottom of the page are pictures of the radiation from the tanks at Hanford in time spans showing how species become extinct from radiation. Notice the Hanford rabbits in the picture.