The levels are “mid” and “low” range at surface, 2500m, and 5000m for gasses NOT detectable by radiation detectors.
Here are the links so you can decide for yourself.
Surface levels and high level clouds of Cesium 137, Iodine 131, and Xenon 133, have reached the United States showing up in 13 different states rain water according to MSM reports.
Now the debate becomes “how much is bad”? The answer there are NO GOOD AMOUNTS of Cesium, iodine-131, or Xenon – 133!! Here is a list of the radioactive particles in the air, taken from the 3-16-11 on ZAMG site.
Higher plumes, reaching 5000 meters (15,000 feet) are forecast to reach Portugal, Spain, and central europe.
All animations are from professional forecasting services, links provided below.
The radiation flow, forecast and shown by these several models tells the tale of the isotopes coming our way. It will be up to you to decide if you should go outside during the time these clouds are over the USA, Canada, and Mexico. Stay in when it rains or if you must go outside be sure to take special precautions for yourself and your pets – do not leave their pet food dishes outside where they can be exposed to radioactive contamination.
Radiation forecasting link used in forecast:
Spain radiation link:
http://www.epa.gov (click on radiation update)
Dutch radiation monitoring:
Swiss radiation monitoring:
Finland radiation monitoring:
French radiation monitoring: (thanks to youtube user: RehKurts ! )
Jet stream forecasting:
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