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Gov’t study estimates 225,000 cases of cancer from Fukushima disaster -Physician (VIDEO)
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 25430863:MV8yMDE2MDAwXzMzODc3NTg5X0NCMUZBQ0E5] [quote:Waterbug:MV8yMDE1OTc2XzMzODc3MzkyXzQ1MUQwQjQ5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25430863:MV8yMDE1OTc2XzMzODc3MDUwXzVFMDlCMzA=] WB :hf: [/quote] Thanks.. :chuckle: I think I am almost universally hated because I refuse to let this be swept under the carpet... No one likes to be reminded that the Fukushima-Daiichi disaster is ongoing... and will continue long after all of us here now are dead and gone.. It is too much for little minds to contemplate. A few of the radio-isotopes. Something to chew on.... Multiply half-life by factor of ten for lifespan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_fission_product [snip] For introduction of radionuclides into organism, ingestion is the most important route. Insoluble compounds are not absorbed from the gut and cause only local irradiation before they are excreted. Soluble forms however show wide range of absorption percentages. Isotope Radiation..... Half-life....GI absorption Strontium-90/yttrium-90...28 years... 30% Caesium-137 ...30 years ... 100% Promethium-147 ... 2.6 years .. 0.01% Cerium-144 ...285 days ... 0.01% Ruthenium-106/rhodium-106...1.0 years . 0.03% Zirconium-95 ...65 days.. 0.01% Strontium-89 ...51 days .. 30% Ruthenium-103 ....39.7 days.. 0.03% Niobium-95 ...35 days .. 0.01% Cerium-141 ....33 days.. 0.01% Barium-140/lanthanum-140 ..12.8 days.. 5% Iodine-131 ...8.05 days.. 100% Tritium ... 13 years.. 100% tritiated water can absorb through skin [/quote] [/quote]
Dr. Bradford Weeks, MD: There’s some government studies, which are always underestimated, that there would be 225,000 cases of cancer from this.
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