Probably because the author of that website is promoting batsh*t crazy misinformation.
The University of California at Berkeley detected cesium levels in San Francisco area milk above over EPA limits … and even higher than they were 6 months ago.
No. UC Berkeley Milk Sampling Results
The number in parentheses is the number of liters of milk that one would need to consume to equal the radiation exposure of a single round trip flight from San Francisco to Washington D.C. (0.05 mSv).
In the case of cesium-137 this is currently 36,000 litres [9,510 US gallons].
Finnish public television says that cesium from Fukushima has been detected in lichens, fungi and elk and reindeer meat in Finland.
Note the logarithmic (power of 10) scale.
Atmospheric cesium-137 is below measurable levels in that part of the world.
That Finnish report also noted the measured levels were far below risk to humans.
The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency confirmed a radiation cloud over the East Coast of Australia.
One problem with this claim. It's false.ARPANSA | Latest press release on Fukushima Daiichi
The West Coast of Canada is getting hit by debris from Japan … and at least some of it is likely radioactive.
Pure speculative FUD spew
Did you known that everything contains what is known as background radiation. The amount matters. Better lay off the bananas
. And avoid potatoes, kidney beans, sunflower seeds, and nuts - especially brazil nuts.
Mangano - Sherman claims debunked
The authors of the controversial study claiming 14,000 deaths in the U.S. so far from Fukushima are now upping their figure to 20,000. I spoke with nuclear health expert Chris Busby about their study, and he said that mortality figures fluctuate pretty substantially in the normal course, and so it is hard to know at this point one way or the other whether their figures are accurate.
And while there is no evidence linking them to Fukushima, Bed Bath and Beyond has recalled radioactive tissue holders after they set off police radiation monitors aboard a delivery truck This may just be an example of the incredibly lax handling of radioactive materials.
Pure speculative FUD spew.
The last available data for US thyroid cancer incidence is 2008. So what is this claim based upon?
And thyroid cancers are – mysteriously – on the rise in the U.S.
The lag between I-131 intake and thyroid cancer is at least 10 years, based on the findings from the Chernobyl data.
So even if thyroid cancers were currently significantly increasing, radiation from Fukushima Daiichi would not be the cause.
One has to wonder if the blog author is actually as jaw-dropping ignorant as his post indicates or is willfully spreading FUD spew to promote some agenda.
As for Washington blog, Prison Planet, Info Wars, Herr Spengler, Pajamas Media, and many other such sites, the rule of thumb seems to be If you blog it, then they will believe it