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JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!

 
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JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
[link to www.heraldsun.com.au]

''More than 130 primary schools and kindergartens in Gyeonggi province surrounding the capital Seoul cancelled or cut classes today after rain began falling on orders from the provincial education office.''
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what were their radiation levels?
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''More than 130 primary schools and kindergartens in Gyeonggi province surrounding the capital Seoul cancelled or cut classes today after rain began falling on orders from the provincial education office.''
 Quoting: Kimchi


That is disturbing news to say the least.
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04/07/2011 02:53 AM
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''More than 130 primary schools and kindergartens in Gyeonggi province surrounding the capital Seoul cancelled or cut classes today after rain began falling on orders from the provincial education office.''
 Quoting: Kimchi


Here is another [link to wallstreetpit.com]
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
Got a text from my old (middle) school this a.m. about radiation, shelter/evacuation, mask etc.

I really have to improve my reading of Korean asap.
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
And another one:

[link to www.koreaherald.com]

''The Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS) said tests conducted on rainwater that fell in the early morning hours of the day showed minuscule traces of iodine-131, cesium-134 and cesium-137.''
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At the end of the article:

The amount of radioactive material contained in the rainfall is too tiny to pose any health threat, the prime minister's office said today, calling for education offices to refrain from "making parents nervous".

If the PM is so confident, maybe he should drink a glass or 2 of the rainwater.
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04/07/2011 02:57 AM
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
apparently the winds have changed, thus the radioactive rain over Korea and soon to be China. With such close proximity to Japan, I doubt that the intensity is able to wear off much, like it is when coming over pacific to the West Coast U.S. and Canada
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
2.02 becquerel of radioactive Iodine is bad, but 20 or more was detected in water in Berkeley, CA recently.

100 is unsafe for infants and 300 for adults.

Still, this is not good and it may get much worse still.

Thx for the Korea Herald story. Did not see it this morning.
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Isn't it funny they say don't worry but then tell them to treat the rain like the Plagues226



''More than 130 primary schools and kindergartens in Gyeonggi province surrounding the capital Seoul cancelled or cut classes today after rain began falling on orders from the provincial education office.''
 Quoting: Kimchi


Here is another [link to wallstreetpit.com]
 Quoting: Me 1315838


In a programme aired Wednesday night, state TV urged people to arm themselves with raincoats and boots as well as umbrellas on rainy days, the South's Yonhap news agency reported.

"Please cover farm vegetables with plastic wrap and don't let livestock wander around under the rain," said a health official who appeared in the latest of a series of TV programmes on radiation hazards aired this week.

Radioactive material including caesium was found in the North's cities including the capital Pyongyang but the amount was too small to pose a health threat, state TV reported Tuesday according to Yonhap.

[link to www.channelnewsasia.com]
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130 schools, wow.

Here in USA they haven't even banned Japanese food imports as India and other countries have.
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wow south korea is more forthcoming than ahem the good ole usa???
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what were their radiation levels?
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The Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS) said tests conducted on rainwater that fell in the early morning hours of the day showed minuscule traces of iodine-131, cesium-134 and cesium-137.

Concentration levels of 2.02 becquerels (Bq) per liter of rain were detected for iodine-131, with numbers for cesium-134 and cesium-137 reaching 0.333 Bq and 0.538 Bq, respectively.

[link to english.yonhapnews.co.kr]
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
2.02 becquerel of radioactive Iodine is bad, but 20 or more was detected in water in Berkeley, CA recently.

100 is unsafe for infants and 300 for adults.

Still, this is not good and it may get much worse still.

Thx for the Korea Herald story. Did not see it this morning.
 Quoting: misterx


Do you live in Seoul? I have friends there and they tell me everyone is using umbrellas and face masks, is this true?
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wow south korea is more forthcoming than ahem the good ole usa???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 898092


I think Taiwan is being the most open with their citizens.

They were due to get a wave of radiation carried by a typhoon this week.

They warned residents to take precautions.

But, yes, the U.S. (my home country) AND Japanese governments are most likely lying their asses off!

Even CBC in Canada warned Canadians about radiation. The gov't. cover-up for GE and the nuclear industry in the U.S. is shameful -- especially that hypocrite, Soetoro (GE spokesperson).

I'm surprised he hasn't run back to South America.
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If they want to end up like Japan, they should say nothing indeed..
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
130 schools, wow.

Here in USA they haven't even banned Japanese food imports as India and other countries have.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331499


Japanese fallout reaches the Philippines
THE fallout from the crippled nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, has reached the Philippines with a reading of 131 nanosieverts, higher than the normal radiation levels of 85 to 110 nanosieverts per hour, a specialist said Wednesday.

“The [Philippine National Nuclear Research Institute] said the level is at 131 nanosieverts, said Romeo Quijano a pharmacology and toxicology professor at the University of the Philippines in Manila.

He was referring to the spike on the cesium detected in the ambient air in Metro Manila that he traced to the Fukushima plant.

“I expect that to still rise,” he said.

[link to www.manilastandardtoday.com]
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
[link to www.heraldsun.com.au]

Isn't it funny they say don't worry but then tell them to treat the rain like the Plagues226



''More than 130 primary schools and kindergartens in Gyeonggi province surrounding the capital Seoul cancelled or cut classes today after rain began falling on orders from the provincial education office.''
 Quoting: Kimchi


Here is another [link to wallstreetpit.com]
 Quoting: Me 1315838


In a programme aired Wednesday night, state TV urged people to arm themselves with raincoats and boots as well as umbrellas on rainy days, the South's Yonhap news agency reported.

"Please cover farm vegetables with plastic wrap and don't let livestock wander around under the rain," said a health official who appeared in the latest of a series of TV programmes on radiation hazards aired this week.

Radioactive material including caesium was found in the North's cities including the capital Pyongyang but the amount was too small to pose a health threat, state TV reported Tuesday according to Yonhap.

[link to www.channelnewsasia.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1315838


Here's to the South Korean government; at least they're giving their people a headsup caution about whats coming their way! wish more governments could be like that
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
2.02 becquerel of radioactive Iodine is bad, but 20 or more was detected in water in Berkeley, CA recently.

100 is unsafe for infants and 300 for adults.

Still, this is not good and it may get much worse still.

Thx for the Korea Herald story. Did not see it this morning.
 Quoting: misterx


Do you live in Seoul? I have friends there and they tell me everyone is using umbrellas and face masks, is this true?
 Quoting: Kimchi


I'm using an umbrella. I'm not sure what good face masks -- say cotton face masks would really do

I have some at home though. Maybe, I will start to use them.

I don't like wearing them.

I live in Gyonggi province, north of Seoul. I taught for Gyeonngi-do public schools until just last month. Now I teach at a university in the province.

I think they are just trying to allay parents fears for the most part, but who knows?
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explains millisevierts & doses
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
2.02 becquerel of radioactive Iodine is bad, but 20 or more was detected in water in Berkeley, CA recently.

100 is unsafe for infants and 300 for adults.

Still, this is not good and it may get much worse still.

Thx for the Korea Herald story. Did not see it this morning.
 Quoting: misterx


Do you live in Seoul? I have friends there and they tell me everyone is using umbrellas and face masks, is this true?
 Quoting: Kimchi


I'm using an umbrella. I'm not sure what good face masks, say cotton face masks, would really do.

I have some at home, though. Maybe, I will start to use them.

I don't like wearing them.

I live in Gyonggi province, north of Seoul. I taught for Gyeonngi-do public schools until just last month. Now I teach at a university in the province.

I think they are just trying to allay parents' fears for the most part, but who knows?
 Quoting: misterx


Last Edited by misterx on 04/07/2011 03:09 AM
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
apparently the winds have changed, thus the radioactive rain over Korea and soon to be China. With such close proximity to Japan, I doubt that the intensity is able to wear off much...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1326075




How fortunate Russia and North Korea have underground cities for their population.




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geiger counter numbers, how bad is bad?
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Woops, meant to edit not quote.
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''More than 130 primary schools and kindergartens in Gyeonggi province surrounding the capital Seoul cancelled or cut classes today after rain began falling on orders from the provincial education office.''
 Quoting: Kimchi

Once again, rumors being spread as fact by mental deficients on GLP...

The office had told schools on Wednesday to cancel or shorten classes due to "growing anxiety among students and parents over conflicting claims on the safety of radiation exposure".
 Quoting: [link to www.heraldsun.com.au]


The amount of radioactive material contained in the rainfall is too tiny to pose any health threat, the prime minister's office said today,
 Quoting: [link to www.heraldsun.com.au]
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
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explains millisevierts & doses
 Quoting: Merry Oaks


Everybody is worried about Fukushima but after you watch this video you will have a different view I am sure.
Its all the nuclear detonations by year. Watch the whole thing you will freak. !
[link to www.youtube.com]
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well that's going to suck
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 Quoting: Merry Oaks


Live Fukushima drive in car Alarms going crazy !!!!
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explains millisevierts & doses
 Quoting: Merry Oaks


Everybody is worried about Fukushima but after you watch this video you will have a different view I am sure.
Its all the nuclear detonations by year. Watch the whole thing you will freak. !
[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1315838


maybe everyone is freaking out because every radiation exposure adds up. and this is a biggie - ongoing flood of the shit - still
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Re: JUST IN - South Korean schools shut over radioactive rain!
At the end of the article:

The amount of radioactive material contained in the rainfall is too tiny to pose any health threat, the prime minister's office said today, calling for education offices to refrain from "making parents nervous".

If the PM is so confident, maybe he should drink a glass or 2 of the rainwater.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1003705


No doubt. I think these shit bag pussies should do whatever they claim, not the promise shit. I mean during a disaster when they exclaim;

"No worries people! It is SAFE!!"

And then take a big GULP of that shit. Smile wave to the crowd.

And if he drops dead, well I be, guess he was wrong!? Who would have thought it...

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