By Michael Platt,Calgary Sun
First posted: Sunday, January 22, 2012 12:00 AM MST
There’s no need to panic — probably.
But not knowing whether to shrug or cower over radioactive iodine falling on Calgary as a result of a meltdown in Japan last year has Canada’s top nuclear critic wondering why.
“There’s no need to be concerned, but what you should be concerned about is why the authorities are so quick to dismiss it,” says Dr. Gordon Edwards.
“Why aren’t they just reporting this stuff and not commenting — they seem to take it upon themselves to deny there’s any danger, even enough to let people know what’s happening.”
[link to www.calgarysun.com]
so they knew.... didn't report.... pregnant women should have been told to stay out of the rain....
ok.... so now we're told that rather than panic about the truth... they lied to stop us all from dying from panic???... must have got that theory from TEPCO..... keep smiling canada... it will save you after the fact.... DAMN gobernments....