11 Apr 2014, 15:14
Yes, it can help but only after you've been exposed.There is no benfeit in taking it pre-emptively as it's pretty toxic by itself.Besides which, no one in the US right now has been exposed to any radiation from Japan. Right now, the affected area is only 20 miles in radius. Outside of that, the radiation levels drop back to normal. I think we can all agree that the US is a bit further away from Japan than 20 miles.Seriously there is no danger to the US from this even if we do go into a total meltdown.
12 Apr 2014, 10:12
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