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PostThu Jan 26, 2012 8:32 pm » by Slith


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PostThu Jan 26, 2012 8:50 pm » by The57ironman


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thanks slith....this certainly needs to be viewed by all....

i can't believe how it seems this radioactivity has just gone away... :scary:

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PostSat Jan 28, 2012 3:15 am » by The57ironman


Instead of protecting people, governments cover up by raising “safe” radiation levels – based on politics, not science.

American and Canadian authorities have virtually stopped monitoring airborne radiation.

Neither American nor Canadian authorities are testing fish for radioactivity.

Does that mean that we don’t have to worry about radiation from Fukushima?

It is a little hard to know, given that what is deemed a “safe level” of radiation is determined by politics … rather than science. For example, current safety standards are based on the ridiculous assumption thateveryone exposed is a healthy man in his 20s – and that radioactive particles ingested into the body cause no more damage than radiation hitting the outside of the body.

And one of the main advisors to the Japanese government on Fukushima announced:

If you smile, the radiation will not affect you.


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PostSat Jan 28, 2012 3:20 am » by Aragajag


The few thousand nuke tests already will probably turn out to be beneficial in building up our resistance to radiation, its a wonder they havnt pulled that one yet saying they did us all a favour back then.
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PostSun Feb 12, 2012 4:29 pm » by The57ironman


nothing to see here .....move along , move along.. :mrcool:
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PostMon Feb 13, 2012 12:27 am » by Cricketine


My meds seem to have stopped working. Could it be because of Fukushima and can I sue?

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PostTue Feb 14, 2012 3:43 pm » by The57ironman


As Bloomberg notes today:

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said the temperature in one of the damaged reactors at its Fukushima nuclear station rose to levels above safety limits even as it injected increased amounts of cooling water.

One of three thermometers indicated the temperature at the bottom of the No. 2 reactor pressure vessel rose to 93.7 degrees Celsius (200.7 Fahrenheit) today, higher than the 80 degrees limit, Ai Tanaka, a spokeswoman for the utility known as Tepco, said by phone today.

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The thermometers have a margin of error of as much as 20 degrees.

But major Japanese news sources Yomiuri and Jiji note that the thermometer in reactor 2 has since climbed to 272.8 degrees Celsius, and then hit the upper limit of the thermometer at 400 degrees Celsius (752 degrees Fahrenheit).

In other words, the thermometer is showing temperatures more than 4 times higher than the 100 degree Celsius limit for cold shutdown.

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PostTue Feb 14, 2012 8:18 pm » by Svaha


The thermometers have a margin of error of as much as 20 degrees.



Realy? What do they use to measure temperatures, their hands?
It's BS, if the error is 20 degrees at 400 degrees C, the error is 5 percent, that's big, it also means it can't be 20 degrees error at 80 degrees, this is atmost 4 degrees.
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PostFri Feb 24, 2012 12:03 am » by E6722maj


we're all screwed

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PostFri Feb 24, 2012 12:59 am » by Seahawk


the57ironman wrote:you're gonna love this... :shock:


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:shock: :censored:

I noted shades of "Network," early on. Funny. At the same time, it makes you want to go out of our mind with rage. Yet, here we are. :bang; :|


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