How Bad is the Problem?
Well that question is actually part of the problem; nobody really knows how bad it is or how much radioactive material is actually finding its way into our homes.
The U.S. government doesn’t actually have any regulations that define how much radioactive material can be used in manufacturing a product. In fact, we don’t even actively screen imports coming into the United States.
But it’s not just imports that pose a problem to consumers.
Despite the health risks, our government has turned a blind eye to the thriving practice of using recycled radioactive material to build common household items and consumer goods. Radioactive materials are finding their way into common household products, because American metal recyclers and scrap yards arenot required to test or report the presence of radioactive waste. In fact, many of them often mix this radioactive waste with clean products, since the cost of disposing of the radioactive materials is so high. It’s almost enough to make you want to buy a Geiger Counter and scan every thing in your home
Indian in the machine: As I’ve said before… you will need to drink clay water, and be doing regular detox to rid yourself of the heavy metals…