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Deadly radioactive particles are found across Europe, and scientists have no idea where they came from

A spike in the levels of dangerous radioactive chemicals has been recorded across Europe.

Air quality stations across the continent detected traces of radioactive Iodine-131 in January - but scientists are yet to work out where the particles came from.

Traces of Iodine-131 were first recorded in Norway and have now been found in Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain.

The isotope has a half-life of only eight days, which suggests the particles must have entered the atmosphere after a recent event.

The pattern of movement of the particles suggests they may have originated in Eastern Europe, according to the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA).

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hint - Fuku

MaiziD

scientists have no idea where they came from

Looks like it's the same 'scientists' who have been promoting Global Warming: readily duped, willing to say what ever their 'masters' ask them to say, easily 'bought' and otherwise clueless trolls.

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