Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Michigan Nuclear Reactor Leak Verified?

 Riddle me this Batman...
When is a conspiracy theory not a conspiracy theory?

The Iowa City Owl reported a few days ago....

"Internet Buzzing Over Presumed Radiation Spike

Recently, many internet forums have been talking quite a bit about a presumed "cover-up" by the government of radiation levels spiking due to some unexplained occurrence that happened a few days ago near the Indiana and Michigan borders.

An incident near the borders of Indiana and Michigan in an area that is owned by the DOD has raised some eyebrows, especially where Internet forum operators have been concerned. They believe that something has happened, and nobody is talking about it except them.

One user on provided a long list of information about the recent and incredibly spike in radiation levels and a reading that was retracted and called a "false alarm" by the EPA.

According to the user, a few days ago, a story was posted about radiation levels being between 2,000 and 7,000 CPM. The story was removed quickly, which sparked the user to do his own research on the situation. Anyone he contacted claimed that the reading was a malfunction of a detector and a false alarm, stating that he had nothing to worry about

NOW we get this....

"Radiation Spike Follows Nuclear Reactor Leak

According to Reuters, a nuclear reactor in Michigan was shut down on Tuesday due to a leakage from a refueling water tank, according to a report from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), which the Reuters story did not provide a link to."

Oddly enough no MSM seems to be covering this at all.
As in even mentioning it.

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