She'll glow in the dark now.
It seems everything is showing Radioactivity. Wonder what was the difference before it was tested.
It was none before testing."Iodine 131 is not typically found in R------- water samples, and it was consistent with the damaged reactors, according to EPA. To get into drinking water it would need to be caught in precipitation, fall to the ground and then enter the water supply, according to EPA.They found everything here first because of one of the science lab's super sensitive equipment.
Well I'm excited that you made the news Froggy. Not so excited about the reason. I'm glad you can show a little levity, most people are blowing this way out of proportion.
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