Why Is Radioactive Snow Falling In Missouri?

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Falling Snow - Photo by Serge Melki

By Michael Snyder

If radioactive snow is falling in Missouri, is it safe to assume that much of the snow that is falling on the rest of the country is also radioactive?  What you are about to see is absolutely shocking.  A highly respected YouTube personality known as DutchSinse has released video of himself measuring radiation levels of the snow falling on St. Louis, Missouri.  What he discovered was that he got a reading that was about twice as high as he did on a sunny day when there is no precipitation.  So what in the world could be causing this?  Could Fukushima be to blame?  Is radioactive water originally from Fukushima being picked up in the Pacific and dumped all across the country?  If so, there would seem to be no way to stop this from happening.  Now that highly radioactive water from Fukushima is spreading throughout the entire…

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THE MARK OF THE BEAST IS HERE AND IT CAN READ YOUR SOUL. LIKE I SAID IN MY LAST POST IT IS NOT AN RFID CHIP. IT WILL BE A MARK AND THE BIBLE MAKES IT CLEAR. THE MARK WILL LOOK LIKE A TATTOO

These Christian Times

  • patents e-tattoo that can read your thoughts by listening to unvocalized words in your throat

Motorola patents e-tattoo that can read your thoughts by listening to unvocalized words in your throat

MC10 e-tattoo digital sensor

trying to patent the smartphone, or for that matter, the tattoo. Any company that could swing that, could probably also patent the fork and knife. Incredibly, a new application from Google-owned Motorola Mobility seeks a patent not for any particular utensil, but rather, for setting the table. In other words, if you have an electronic smart tattoo, and want it to speak to your mobile communications device, you may soon be able to do it in spades, but you will have to do it Google style.

But hold on for a minute, as there is a bit more to the whole concept than might first appear. The…

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