“Though Becky Samarripa chose not to get involved in any litigation, the radiation theory makes sense to her. The Samarripas left the Acreage in 2010. But when they lived there, Becky’s husband, who worked as a customs official, wore a radiation-detecting gun belt for his job and stored it in the closet. Periodically, the belt would start beeping in the middle of the night. “After a while, we realized it was going off when our water was regenerating from our well,” says Samarripa, who worried over the fact that Hannah’s bedroom was closest to the well.
Hatfield and her colleagues at the law firm traced the radioactive contamination in the Acreage to two companies with operations in the area. One is the local mining company Palm Beach Aggregates, which has mined limestone for road construction for more than two decades using a dredging process that contributed naturally occurring radiation to the local water system. (“Naturally occurring” means that the radioactive substances originated in the soil, water or other natural materials, but may have been concentrated by industrial activity.) At various points, contaminated water escaped the dredging pits and seeped into the canal and groundwater in the Acreage, according to the plaintiffs’ complaint.”
“FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Alarmed at the seemingly high rate of brain cancer among children in St. Lucie County, Fla., a group of mothers who courted controversy with their calls for a major health study are starting to feel vindicated.
Last summer, the mother of a child who died organized other families, raised concerns about the local water and soil and generally set the population on “pins and needles,” in the words of the Port St. Lucie mayor.”
If all of that electromagnetic radiation is having a strong effect on positively charged ions such as Ca++ and Mg++, I wonder what effect it is having on heavy metals such as PB++, NI++, CU++, ZN++, CD++ & PB++, Cr(6+). Possibly causing those ions to “leach” to the surface of groundwater, “stirred up” by the strong pulsating EMF near the surface of the water through Lorentz forces in water with dissolved ions.