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Fallout from Cold War Nuclear Bomb Tests Is in Honey

During the Cold War, the US detonated 1,054 nuclear bombs in its own backyard as a part of its weapons testing program. And while it’s difficult to imagine that many nukes detonating in a single country, their residual effects are relatively intuitive; for anyone who’s seen Chernobyl, anyway. Which is why it’s not that surprising to hear there are trace amounts of nuclear fallout in Americans’ food. Specifically, their honey.

Fallout from Cold War Nuclear Bomb Tests Is in Honey

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