the Google movie feature is going to no longer be available for viewing, so please watch this movie before it is removed via google. Called: The battle of Chernobyl
censorship is topping the charts now, so please view it while you still can.
updates to follow.
*Note: Single radiation dose of 2,000 millisieverts (200,000 millirems) and above causes serious illness. See also exposure list below.
Half-life of some radioactive elements
[NOTE: Half-life is the time taken for a radioactive substance to decay by half.] * Cesium-134 ~ 2 years * Cesium-137 ~ 30 years * Iodine-131 ~ 8 days * Plutonium-239 ~ 24,200 years * Ruthenium-103 ~ 39 days [Ruthenium is a fission product of uranium-235.] * Ruthenium-106 ~ 374 days * Strontium-90 ~ 28.85 years [Strontium-90 is a product of nuclear fission and is found in large amounts in spent nuclear fuel and in radioactive waste from nuclear reactors.] * Uranium-234 ~ 246,000 years * Uranium-235 ~ 703.8 million years * Uranium-238 ~ 4.468 billion years
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The Battle of Chernobyl is a 1.5 hour documentary that is a "must see" in my opinion... here is the link:
also, leakspinner has good conversational data about the japan fukushima situation here on youtube. just type leakspinner in the search box and you will find his channel.
alexhiggins732 is a great channel.
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