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new title..bump
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Enjoy yoye life while you got the chance.
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good, i'll help you keep this bumped. hf


'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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good, i'll help you keep this bumped. hf


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bump
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let's pin this shit.

5***** and pin7 selected.
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let's pin this shit.

5***** and pin7 selected.
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bedtime for me. thanks tiny..


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let's pin this shit.

5***** and pin7 selected.
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bedtime for me. thanks tiny..


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no problem. i'll keep bumping it. maybe you'll wake up with some extra karma points. grinning
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oh hell yes!!

thank you for the pin!! on dikke's behaft.

this is an important subject and the spread of the radiation in the ocean will be killing plants, animals, fish and all sea life that cannot handle radiation at these levels.

your children may never know the joy of swimming in the oceans. or eating fresh fish. at some point, it may be never going outside to play.

cdoom i hope i am wrong. i really do.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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thank you for the bump! hf
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Not into religious prophecy, except how it is exploited by man....regardless....Can you say "wormwood?"
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oh hell yes!!

thank you for the pin!! on dikke's behaft.

this is an important subject and the spread of the radiation in the ocean will be killing plants, animals, fish and all sea life that cannot handle radiation at these levels.

your children may never know the joy of swimming in the oceans. or eating fresh fish. at some point, it may be never going outside to play.

:cdoom: i hope i am wrong. i really do.
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"Outside????" Please tell me of this place.
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Think of all the currents taking this crap around as well, plus rain and evaporation
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Logan's Run!
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oh hell yes!!

thank you for the pin!! on dikke's behaft.

this is an important subject and the spread of the radiation in the ocean will be killing plants, animals, fish and all sea life that cannot handle radiation at these levels.

your children may never know the joy of swimming in the oceans. or eating fresh fish. at some point, it may be never going outside to play.

cdoom i hope i am wrong. i really do.
 Quoting: tinygreen


"Outside????" Please tell me of this place.
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yes. like that.

i detest the idea of our planet ruined by greed. even worse done on purpose, by persons unknown.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
Blackadder: Baldrick, how did you manage to find a turnip that cost £400 000?
Baldrick: Well, I had to haggle.
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Not into religious prophecy, except how it is exploited by man....regardless....Can you say "wormwood?"
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very much wormwood. where do people think our clouds and rain come from...duh the ocean.
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The guy who did these videos, his name being dutch, was recently on an episode of project camelot via web. His roomate was sleeping in bed when a bunch of guys got out of a black hummer, ransacked the house and took out an AK-47 and nearly shot his roomate to death. Dutch is under attack by TPTB for putting out these videos. We must pray for him..
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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


dont worry he will be suffering headaches nosebleeds and a fever and say he has a flu. im sure thats how its gonna be played out, shingles and the flu.
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Logan's Run!
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was that an amazing film or what? at 1:09 check out the building resembling the one at denver airport. film made in 1975.


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Not into religious prophecy, except how it is exploited by man....regardless....Can you say "wormwood?"
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yes i can.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
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Fukushima is old news and utterly ignored. people SCOFF at me when I bring it up.
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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


i understand your reaction. i am called a radical quite a bit.

people behave as if they can just bury themselves in their daily routine and ignore everything that might require them to deviate from their routine.

see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. like that. sad, really.

7 times is a good bet.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


Fukushima is old news and utterly ignored. people SCOFF at me when I bring it up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1508557


time is moving so quickly now. people are used to constant change. not many follow an event to completion or beyond msm headlines. this is how events are dumped among layers of detritus. it's like page 9 of glp threads. it's too far back for many people.

i am so blunt. and thought to be rather paranoid. oh, the horror to actually have a thought beyond the latest news or television program.

i just keep trying. it's all i can do. you also have to be well read to get so 'paranoid'. chuckle
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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


dont worry he will be suffering headaches nosebleeds and a fever and say he has a flu. im sure thats how its gonna be played out, shingles and the flu.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1449019


geez. horrible scenerio. plausible.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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bump and some links....

Earthquake-ravaged Japan now overwhelmed by rain

Forecasters warned that the rains could continue to be torrential after reaching 1000 millimetres to date in Sanjo City, Niigata, 250km northwest of Tokyo, since they started on Wednesday.

A total of 296,000 people had been asked to evacuate their homes by this afternoon, according to public broadcaster NHK, but no compulsory orders were issued despite muddy swollen rivers, broken dykes and flooded houses.

More than 40 people who had spent a night in cars and buses after being stranded on a road blocked by mudslides and flooding in Fukushima were rescued unhurt.

[link to www.heraldsun.com.au]

- it is inevitable that the ocean is being contaminated at this point.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Japan experiences Black Rain: Fukushima's radiation contamination spreads globally

Japan's nuclear accident has now resulted in black rain. As the U.S. Obama administration focuses on bombing often innocent civilians in Libya, Iraq, Pakistan and Afganistan, Japan's radioactive particles are spreading globally through jet streams, and is mixing with clouds.

[link to www.agoracosmopolitan.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Radioactive waste worries local governments / Officials seek guidance from central authorities on how to permanently dispose of sludge, ash
[link to www.yomiuri.co.jp]
 Quoting: Waterbug


- this article has the nilo US/Can dispersal models for April.



Fukushima: Dr. Leuren Moret accuse Stephen Harper and Barack Obama of genocide

[link to www.agoracosmopolitan.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) said Monday it had monitored record high radiation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant crippled by the March 11 quake and tsunami.

TEPCO said radiation levels reached at least 10 sieverts per hour near the debris left between the number one and number two reactors of the plant at the centre of the ongoing nuclear crisis.

The previous record was three to four sieverts per hour monitored inside the number one reactor on June 3.

[link to www.google.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Japanese Find Radioactivity on Their Own

So starting in April, Mrs. Okoshi began using her dosimeter to check nearby forest roads and rice paddies. What she found was startling. Near one sewage ditch, the meter beeped wildly, and the screen read 67 microsieverts per hour, a potentially harmful level. Mrs. Okoshi and a cousin who lives nearby worked up the courage to confront elected officials, who did not respond, confirming their worry that the government was not doing its job.

[link to www.nytimes.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Strong Aftershock Rattles Japan as Heavy Rains Flood Parts of the Country

Damage potential from this quake had potential to be extremely dangerous when the severe weather in the area is factored in. Currently, heavy rain and overflowing rivers in the Fukushima and Niigata prefectures are creating hazards -- add in a sizable earthquake and you have a recipe for disaster.

More than 200,000 people had already been evacuated into shelters in several municipalities and two prefectures as of Saturday evening before this quake occurred. At least 3,000 homes have already been flooded and at least six people are dead or missing due to flooding. Parts of Japan have received more than twice the amount of rain in a three-day time period as is normally received during the entire month of July. A damaging earthquake right now would add to the already dangerous conditions.

[link to www.associatedcontent.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Peak radiation spots found at Fukushima plant


Radiation levels at least 5 sieverts per hour were detected on the second floor of the No. 1 reactor building at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, the highest detected indoors at the plant since the quake and tsunami, operator Tokyo Electric Power Company said this week.



Read more: [link to news.cnet.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


China, Japan Brace for Super Typhoon

In Shanghai, authorities warned the storm could be as powerful as 2005's Typhoon Matsa when it comes ashore sometime Saturday or Sunday. Matsa killed four people and caused more than $15 million in damage.

Muifa claimed five lives as it passed through the northern and central Philippines earlier this week.

[link to www.voanews.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Real-time radiation map of Japan

[link to www.targetmap.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Tepco makes little headway in decontaminating water

As of Tuesday, however, the crippled plant still contained 120,770 tons of contaminated water — 96,920 tons in reactor turbine buildings 1 through 4 and 23,850 tons in storage.

Matsumoto said the utility's goal is to have the cleaning system running at 90 percent efficiency next week by creating a new bypass hose that will help the water flow more smoothly.

He said the water is being hindered by sludge accumulating in a carbon steel pipe that is connecting storage tanks holding the decontaminated water.

To solve the problem, Tepco installed a polyvinyl chloride bypass hose Thursday. But Matsumoto said he wasn't making any promises.

[link to search.japantimes.co.jp]


- oh yeah. 90% efficiency? Right. We're talking about Tepco, here.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Contaminated Water Treatment System Comes to a Dead Stop (Again)

The pumps failed, and TEPCO doesn't know why. Some of the pumps for Kurion's system stopped, and couldn't be restarted. One of the pumps in Areva's system that feed chemicals stopped, and the backup pump didn't work. The entire system is down.
[link to ex-skf.blogspot.com]

Yes, again
 Quoting: Southern OR


UB Professor Tracking Japanese Radiation

Carter says that with so little data available regarding low-dose radiation, many wild theories have arisen.

"Some believe there's a benefit to low-dose radiation," Carter said.

"I don't believe that. Many scientists don't believe that."

[link to www.publicbroadcasting.net]



- confirming my assertion that low-dose radiation is bad.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Japan's radiation leaks

DANGERS FROM THE NUCLEAR LEAKS AT JAPAN'S Fukushima Daiichi power plant still exist.

In a statement released on July 31, China's State Oceanic Administration announced that the waters in the Western Pacific region east and southeast of Fukushima are "clearly affected" by the radioactive materials that have leaked from the crippled nuclear power plant.

The results of the tests deserve serious attention. Elevated levels of radioactive cesium-137 and -134, as well as strontium-90 were found in samples collected from these areas.

According to the oceanic administration, cesium-134 can't be detected in seawater under normal conditions, while the amount of cesium-137 detected in the samples was 300 times the normal background radiation level in China's territorial waters and the strontium-90 level was 10 times the normal level.

[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Japan hiding results of Fukushima children’s thyroid cancer screenings in new information blackout

Japan's nuclear watchdog, the Nuclear Safety Commission, has denied public access to the results of thyroid check-ups for more than 1,000 Fukushima children that were exposed to radiation after the March 11 natural disasters made Fukushima Daiichi the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.

[link to www.bellona.org]

- So they published the reports on their website then removed them.

They are already condemning those schoolchildren by raising the allowable dose level to 20 milisieverts per year. Normal civilian dose is one.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Cracks found in seabed off Japan coast

Images taken by the Shinkai 6500 and provided by the agency show a crack about 20 centimeters wide and several dozen meters long at a depth of about 3,200 meters off Miyagi Prefecture, dubbed Site 2.

At Site 1, the northernmost of the three sites, about 180 kilometers off Iwate Prefecture, a crack one meter wide and 80 centimeters long was found at a depth of 5,350 meters.

[link to news.asiaone.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Residents frustrated by 'hot spot' designation

A growing number of residents have expressed discontent over the differing standards applied by the government to designate sites found to be high in radioactive substances as areas recommended for evacuation in the ongoing nuclear crisis.

In addition to the 30-kilometer zone set by the central government for evacuation following the outbreak of the crisis, the government in June decided to designate hot spots and recommended evacuation for people living near them.

A total of 245 households in Minami-Soma, Date and Kawauchimura, all in Fukushima Prefecture, have been designated as such spots.

[link to www.yomiuri.co.jp]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Tokyo Elec. Power : (Aug 16,2011)Nuclide Analysis Results of Radioactive Materials in Seawater taken near Intake Canal of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (for the data collected on August 15)


[link to www.4-traders.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Fuku plant status

[link to www.4-traders.com]

- detection of radiation in seawater

[link to www.4-traders.com]


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 Quoting: Waterbug


Excessive levels of radioactive cesium found 100 km from plant

Excessive levels of radioactive cesium were found in sludge in a ditch at a district court branch in Fukushima Prefecture, about 100 kilometers west of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, the court said Tuesday.

The isotope in the sludge, sampled from a ditch at the Fukushima District Court's Aizuwakamatsu branch, measured about 186,000 becquerels per kilogram, the court said, adding it plans to remove the sludge after consulting with local governments.

Under government standards, sludge can be used in a landfill as long as the radioactive cesium contained in it measures 8,000 becquerels per kilogram or lower.

[link to mdn.mainichi.jp]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Japan: Fukushima radiation information leaks out


The scale of radioactive contamination from materials released by a series of explosions at the facility is only now becoming fully known - partly thanks to local residents themselves.



Read more: [link to www.3news.co.nz]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Tepco May Not Clear Radioactive Water in 2011

Tepco has been pouring water to bring reactor temperatures below 100 degrees Celsius (212 Fahrenheit), a state called cold shutdown, after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami caused three meltdowns at the station in the worst accident since Chernobyl in 1986. The treatment system started in June had suffered 32 breakdowns as of Aug. 13, the utility said Aug. 16.

“It would be disastrous if the accumulated water leaks to the environment,” Tetsuo Ito, the head of the Atomic Energy Research Institute at Kinki University, said in a telephone interview. “In addition to rainfall, underground water must be flowing into basements. Unless Tepco stops the flow, it would be a big challenge to remove all the water.”

[link to www.bloomberg.com]

- Did anyone seriously think they would be able to meet that goal?
 Quoting: Waterbug


Fukushima kids give silent officials an earful on crisis

"I can't trust a government that insists on describing Fukushima as safe when children there wear masks to go to schools and can't use swimming pools," she said.

The officials mostly listened in silence, heads bowed.

[link to search.japantimes.co.jp]

- Pathetic.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Fukushima now radiating everyone: 'Unspeakable' reality


"In fact the whole world will be exposed from the radiation from Fukushima," Dr. Kaku told CBS reporter Liz Hayes.

"We are already getting radiation from Fukushima," Dr. Kaku said.


Continue reading on Examiner.com Fukushima now radiating everyone: 'Unspeakable' reality - National Human Rights | Examiner.com [link to www.examiner.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Fukushima radiation alarms doctors

There is widespread concern in Japan about a general lack of government monitoring for radiation, which has caused people to begin their own independent monitoring, which are also finding disturbingly high levels of radiation.

Kodama's centre, using 27 facilities to measure radiation across the country, has been closely monitoring the situation at Fukushima - and their findings are alarming.


[link to english.aljazeera.net]

Recent readings taken at the plant are alarming.

When on August 2nd readings of 10,000 millisieverts (10 sieverts) of radioactivity per hour were detected at the plant, Japan's science ministry said that level of dose is fatal to humans, and is enough radiation to kill a person within one to two weeks after the exposure.

10,000 millisieverts (mSv) is the equivalent of approximately 100,000 chest x-rays.

It is an amount 250 per cent higher than levels recorded at the plant in March after it was heavily damaged by the earthquake and ensuing tsunami.

The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), that took the reading, used equipment to measure radiation from a distance, and was unable to ascertain the exact level because the device's maximum reading is only 10,000 mSv.

TEPCO also detected 1,000 millisieverts (mSv) per hour in debris outside the plant, as well as finding 4,000 mSv per hour inside one of the reactor buildings.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Nearly half of children near Fukushima plant absorbed radiation.

A survey of more than 1,000 children and babies living near the quake-stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has produced an alarming finding: 45 percent of them suffered internal exposure to radiation following the accident there.

[link to www.asahi.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


8/10/2011 Grennpeace has sampled fish for market from local fisheries near Fukushima and has found extremely high radiation lewels independently verified by French labs. Japanese government has no seafood safety monitoring plan, nor is origin of seafood information required for sale.


[link to www.fishupdate.com]
 Quoting: ananymous midwest coward 1511777



And this shows how the ocean currents circulate worldwide....


global current
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Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


i understand your reaction. i am called a radical quite a bit.

people behave as if they can just bury themselves in their daily routine and ignore everything that might require them to deviate from their routine.

see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. like that. sad, really.

7 times is a good bet.
 Quoting: tinygreen


Speaking about Fukushima at work has earned me the reputation of 'kook', and most of them avoid me. They all ask the same Q: 'What can I do about it? I have no way to control it. Better to ignore it.' Yep, unless something is happening right in front of them, it doesn't matter.

I have noticed that everyone at work is constantly cranky.
Lots of subconscious denial of reality methinks...
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waterbug, you are incredible. the information you provide all of us is a blessing. i'm going to read the entire post right now. i'll probably ask quite a few questions. i don't have enough pieces. this is a vast puzzle.

thank you.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

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Re: new vid!!! 8/20/2011 -- Fukushima radioactive seawater plume = spreading across entire Pacific Ocean
Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


i understand your reaction. i am called a radical quite a bit.

people behave as if they can just bury themselves in their daily routine and ignore everything that might require them to deviate from their routine.

see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. like that. sad, really.

7 times is a good bet.
 Quoting: tinygreen


Speaking about Fukushima at work has earned me the reputation of 'kook', and most of them avoid me. They all ask the same Q: 'What can I do about it? I have no way to control it. Better to ignore it.' Yep, unless something is happening right in front of them, it doesn't matter.

I have noticed that everyone at work is constantly cranky.
Lots of subconscious denial of reality methinks...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1504940


yep we are kooks. right until we have the answers. it's head in the sand disease.
'it is not the duty of the police to protect you. their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest code breakers.'

(sapp vs tallahassee)
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Re: new vid!!! 8/20/2011 -- Fukushima radioactive seawater plume = spreading across entire Pacific Ocean
Someone at work had the ignorance to ask the question "Why should I worry? How is this affecting me right now?"

Then put his hand up and said "Nope, don't need to hear anymore"

I could only laugh and shake my head.

Circling the globe 7 times I bet..
 Quoting: Baldrick


i understand your reaction. i am called a radical quite a bit.

people behave as if they can just bury themselves in their daily routine and ignore everything that might require them to deviate from their routine.

see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. like that. sad, really.

7 times is a good bet.
 Quoting: tinygreen


Speaking about Fukushima at work has earned me the reputation of 'kook', and most of them avoid me. They all ask the same Q: 'What can I do about it? I have no way to control it. Better to ignore it.' Yep, unless something is happening right in front of them, it doesn't matter.

I have noticed that everyone at work is constantly cranky.
Lots of subconscious denial of reality methinks...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1504940



because all they hear is dogs barking. your mind blocks out quite a bit of the big picture as well. so does mine.
because in the end there is really nothing we can do. the major nuclear companies sign the paychecks of everyone who knows about them.
because we as a civilization are now beginning to understand the true horrors of overspecialization.

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