Fukushima Update 28-Jun-201313: 'New Nuclear Safety Rules impossible to meet'
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New Nuclear Regulatory Requirements "MOST LIKELY CANNOT BE MET" http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/newsline/201306282000.html Iodine 131 distribution map released TWO AND A QUARTER YEARS after the HALF LIFE RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPE OF 8 DAYS... Oh, Give me a BREAK. If this does not reak of agenda 21, than tell me What Does? Here: here is your homework. Read Agenda 21 http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com rticles/Agenda21.pdf and if you still don't understand that, simply read the Georgia Guidestones http://youtu.be/XY6WZesrUXc MOX fuel shipment arrives in Japan from France (another clusterfuck to shake out of that as Japan Sinks into the ocean by wave or shake) Group to explain reactor decommissioning to be set up (um, that's a little tardy, isn't it?) Fuel cycle in nuclear reactors "left in limbo" (shaking head) wind power trial at sea Stutnex virus in nuclear plants discussed North Korean peninsula tries to be nuke free... List of nuclear elements http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_elements Plutonium-239 Detected on Hanford Waste Shipment to Contractor 6-28-13 http://youtu.be/IPtwd1Vufjs Radiation-related consulting and services from Integrated Environmental Management, Inc. The half-life of a radioactive element is the time that it takes for one half of the atoms of that substance to disintegrate into another nuclear form. These can range from mere fractions of a second, to many billions of years. In addition, the half-life of a particular radionuclide is unique to that radionuclide, meaning that knowledge of the half-life leads to the identity of the radionuclide. The following is a listing of the half-lives of commonly-encountered radionuclides, with the units of each as shown. Please note that some of the longer half-lives are written in scientific notation (i.e., 7.2E1 is equal to 7.2 x 10, or 72 http://www.iem-inc.com/toolhalf.html