No action taken to protect the public at radioactive hotspot
January 14, 2013
As we highlighted last week, our investigation of the abnormally high levels of radiation discovered in California led us to Surfer’s Beach, the site where one man shot a viral Youtube video depicting levels higher than normal radiation levels.
Black silt found at Surfer’s Beach had the highest radiation at 374 CPM, however, no signs warning of radioactivity in the vicinity.
According to the Half Moon Bay Review, normal radiation levels at Surfer’s Beach should hover around 30 CPM. We ourselves encountered readings of upwards of 370 CPM, over 12 times higher than what is normally expected.
However, despite the media’s coverage of the anomaly, or lack thereof, little has been done to protect visitor’s at Surfer’s Beach.
As one can see in photos taken of the area where extremely high levels were found, not only by Infowars but by Steve Weiss, an electrical engineer who has worked on Geiger Counters for 40 plus years, there are disturbingly no signs warning surfers and beachgoers of the high levels.
Infowars reporter stands on most irradiated area of California’s coastline. Notice there are no signs warning surfers or visitors.
Family plays with dog near area with dangerously high radiation because no sign warns them not to.
Surfers oblivious of dangerous black silt due to no warning sign.
The Surfer’s Beach area of Half Moon Bay, CA needs a sign similar to the one we encountered at Mclellan Air Force Base that reads “Radioactive Materials.”
Even more startling is one woman’s testimony to Infowars on camera that her friend recently began losing his hair after swimming right off the coast of Half Moon Bay. When asked if the hair loss could possibly be natural, she reiterated she believed it was due to his exposure to Surfer’s Beach.
The town’s local publication has already admitted to finding levels in excess of 1,400 percent at the site, but why, if they know levels are so out of the ordinary, are there no signs warning the public?
This article was posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 6:14 pm
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