Wild Alaskan sockeye salmon & cod radiation monitor 2-9-2012 | Organic Slant
After purchasing a radiation detector, I wanted to test a piece of wild fish from Alaska. Ever since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown, tons of radioative seawater was poured to cool the damaged fuel rods is ending up back into the seawater. The debris field and water ends up precisely in the waters where this fish and other seafood (salmon, crab legs, cod, etc.) migrate and live. This experiment is based sorely on the curiousity of the extent of how much radiation if any is in the fish that we are consuming. Now more than ever we should be testing more of our food so we can catch contaminated goods. WHAT ARE SAFE LEVELS???