It was recently reported that a rather significant, concerning, and mysterious spike in radiation occurred in the north Indiana / south Michigan area, causing widespread alarm throughout the nation.
Not only are the reports of the radiation spike concerning in and of itself, but the appearance of military helicopters, aircraft, and Department of Homeland Security Hazmat fleets is also generating some raised eyebrows.
Reports are continuously coming out updating on the event occurring throughout June 6-7, with locals reporting on a series of explosions, house-shaking rumbles, and even large trees being completely snapped in half on a clear day just days before.
The thunder-mimicking sound led some locals to believe that explosions took place in their own basements. Planes breaking the sound barrier, earthquakes, and extremely powerful fireworks were ruled out – so what could it have been?
As for the radiation spike reaching levels as much 7.139 CPM without warning, which is over the average of between 5 and 6, what could be the true cause?
One network responsible for measuring the increased level went on record (after removing the live measurements abruptly) stating that it was a unknown fluke in the system of which the operators are unsure of the origin.
Of course this does not make much sense, as a number of different privately owned radiation measurement facilities had confirmed the readings — even some private enthusiasts. But let’s say that it was a fluke — why the sudden interest of military, government, and the abrupt eruption of unheard of ‘shaking booms’ rocking the incident zone?
It seems that extremely large amounts of radon is one possible answer, with high radon levels existing in St. Joseph County — the area in question.
The mainstream media and government organizations have decided to shy away from even examining any of the real aspects of this questionable event. In fact, the only stories out on the subject — outside of the reported interest of Al Jazeera on the subject — is that it was all a ‘system error’. There is no mention of the military vehicles, shaking booms disrupting 60-foot trees, or even the radon factor.
This article first appeared at Natural Society, an excellent resource for health news and vaccine information.