Jay Cullen Kevorkian of Fukushima – Strontium Milks

14 11 2015

ratedM     AuntPolly

LINK – http://youtu.be/9Dll5rgVz-M


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15 11 2015

Jay Cullen stresses how thorough his radiation detection research is by the large amount (in his view) of samples he has looked at.
This thought was sent in:
“The other thing besides that they are only testing water and not anything else AND they don’t have enough samples is that the samples should be random. Getting people to send in samples is not random. This introduces potential bias. “

– – – “only testing water” refers to not even looking at the most important thing – radiation-sucking kelp, algae, seaweed and things IN the water that would show the contamination! – F.C.

16 11 2015

and this :
” they should be doing 1000 to 2000 random samples up and down the entire coastline. And, at each site they should be doing at least 50 to 100 water tests. Then, of course, they should be testing algae, sediment, etc. As Dana has long pointing out, they aren’t doing anything serious at all. ”

related to that idea –
This post shows how they can skip proper survey method to get the results they want in the nuke industry –

Many science minded people are looking at U. Vic and Woods Hole data and just shaking their heads.

20 11 2015

ENE-News comment
“A suggestion to Jay Cullen and his buddies…..

How about getting some samples from these poor dead animals and test them for every nuclei there is, and get back to us with what you find.

Of course I know due to you being bought and paid for by the government….you and your scientists buddies will not tell us the truth anyway.

……….some oceanographer you are.”

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