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Radioactivity in Europe is steadily growing

 
El Astronauta
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Radioactivity in Europe is steadily growing
After Fukushima disaster I am still strongly concerned about the radiation leaking from that place and spreading around the world.

My fairly systematic observations make me more and more uncomfortable. Whether these increments in the measurments are ever going to stop???

I kept some images of the surveys performed by the Munchen (Germany)radioactivity measuring station during the period of last six months

For the first time /since my observations have started after Fuku disaster/ the measuring results have exceeded the first important threshold: > 250 Bq/m3 !

I have an irresistible impression that no one /except the employees of the center of the measurments/ has noticed that fact yet..

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by the way.....
What metal are you refering too??
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959

Definately a global concern at this point. I imagine the governments will hold out announcing this. It can't be stopped and we can't be protected. Suffer the little ones, its so sad.
nuke ...........scream............damned
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by the way.....
What metal are you refering too??
cool2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959


it's derived from the story about the little boy found on the seashore. People who found him lived in the Lands of Northern in Europe.
The boy was very special, he possessed extraordinary powers - he could dematerialize various items, esspecially that wielded in the hands of his enemies. So he was of course significantly different from the other children. Soon it became clear that the boy had arrived to Earth from the outer space. The capsule was found and nobody knew what it was used for and where it came from.
The big snake-dragon - monster from the ice-mountains - assigned him a quest to perform - the boy was obliged to provide a metal that didn't exist..
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959

Definately a global concern at this point. I imagine the governments will hold out announcing this. It can't be stopped and we can't be protected. Suffer the little ones, its so sad.
nuke ...........scream............damned
 Quoting: Whimszy


I had the opportunity to speak with someone higher up the ladder at AECL the other day....
The topic of Fukashima came up and I said how it seemed that news is being suppressed about how serious the situation is. He agreed and said that there had been an agreement made between major nations to keep this out of the lime light. It would be pointless to alarm people, as there really wasn't much that could be done about it anyway.
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it's derived from the story about the little boy found on the seashore. People who found him lived in the Lands of Northern in Europe.
The boy was very special, he possessed extraordinary powers - he could dematerialize various items, esspecially that wielded in the hands of his enemies. So he was of course significantly different from the other children. Soon it became clear that the boy had arrived to Earth from the outer space. The capsule was found and nobody knew what it was used for and where it came from.
The big snake-dragon - monster from the ice-mountains - assigned him a quest to perform - the boy was obliged to provide a metal that didn't exist..
 Quoting: El Astronauta


Thanks for your reply,
interesting story/myth....do you ave any links for more info?
I notice your avatar is navigating some rogh seas....as we all are...

by the way where in Poland do you originate from?
My fathers line stems from Danzig....
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959

Definately a global concern at this point. I imagine the governments will hold out announcing this. It can't be stopped and we can't be protected. Suffer the little ones, its so sad.
nuke ...........scream............damned
 Quoting: Whimszy


I had the opportunity to speak with someone higher up the ladder at AECL the other day....
The topic of Fukashima came up and I said how it seemed that news is being suppressed about how serious the situation is. He agreed and said that there had been an agreement made between major nations to keep this out of the lime light. It would be pointless to alarm people, as there really wasn't much that could be done about it anyway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959


There is a solution, only one - Fukushima must be covered with concrete as soon as possible, just like it was done in Chernobyl. It will prevent the further spreading of the highly dangerous particles
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It is odd also that those results are almost exactly at the same time of day.
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It is odd also that those results are almost exactly at the same time of day.
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It was said that the radiation will be spread throughout the northern hemisphere. So it is happening since the beginning of these events in March. In this very moment we have a distinct signs of that inescapable process. The increments in the measured values are growing month by month, though slowly and hardly noticeable, still yet in the continuous, incessant manner
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There is a solution, only one - Fukushima must be covered with concrete as soon as possible, just like it was done in Chernobyl. It will prevent the further spreading of the highly dangerous particles
 Quoting: El Astronauta


* They don't want this fixed. They're going to delay it through some means as much as they can.

* It is not in their interests tostop this in a hurry. The more people who are affected by radioactive pollution the more bling the already well-heeled are going to get.

* It's the same in the States, Canada & Europe. The bottom-line dictates covering the mess in Fukushima takes a while longer - years. (Though they may improve things a little).

A growing number of people in the N Hemisphere would now be terribly unwise to have kids. Kids that are living may well cark it within a few years. Adults will also be croaking-it left-right and centre starting in a few years.

Do you think the politicians and indeed anyone who is well-connected and rich - are shopping at the same places you get your radioactive food from? Oh really!

Some can't grapple with how short-sighted the elite must be because they think even with great care with avoiding radiation they'll surely succumb in the end - but I'm not so sure. With the right info and the right equipment a body can remain radioactive isotope-free.

This IS your doom unless you are very careful. And even if you survive you're not a member of the 'club' so don't expect you'll be treated like a human being.

Our criminally insane self-installed masters have either created the disaster - or they've added to it, and with this crisis they can kill a few birds in one swoop - so to speak.

Fare ye well.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959


it's derived from the story about the little boy found on the seashore. People who found him lived in the Lands of Northern in Europe.
The boy was very special, he possessed extraordinary powers - he could dematerialize various items, esspecially that wielded in the hands of his enemies. So he was of course significantly different from the other children. Soon it became clear that the boy had arrived to Earth from the outer space. The capsule was found and nobody knew what it was used for and where it came from.
The big snake-dragon - monster from the ice-mountains - assigned him a quest to perform - the boy was obliged to provide a metal that didn't exist..
 Quoting: El Astronauta


Thanks for your reply,
interesting story/myth....do you ave any links for more info?
I notice your avatar is navigating some rogh seas....as we all are...

by the way where in Poland do you originate from?
My fathers line stems from Danzig....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959


You should read that ,,fable", it is worth of it and you'll not be disappointed. It includes all our dreams of childhood and revolves around the eternal struggle between good and evil. It also tells the story of dragons, dwarfs, and ... powerful gods who came from the outer space. Our hero is one of them, he was the only survivor, whose parents sent him to Earth in the rescue capsule just before the catastrophe of their space mothership

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Danzig - beautiful place. I am from the Middle Land.

Greetings
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With all the X-Flares and CMEs i believe that the sun plays an important role within these measurements
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The Rockefellar family has murdered the whole world...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959

Definately a global concern at this point. I imagine the governments will hold out announcing this. It can't be stopped and we can't be protected. Suffer the little ones, its so sad.
nuke ...........scream............damned
 Quoting: Whimszy


I had the opportunity to speak with someone higher up the ladder at AECL the other day....
The topic of Fukashima came up and I said how it seemed that news is being suppressed about how serious the situation is. He agreed and said that there had been an agreement made between major nations to keep this out of the lime light. It would be pointless to alarm people, as there really wasn't much that could be done about it anyway.
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Shit fatalists people are! It should be done everything, to stop it!!!!!!
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It is odd also that those results are almost exactly at the same time of day.
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It was said that the radiation will be spread throughout the northern hemisphere. So it is happening since the beginning of these events in March. In this very moment we have a distinct signs of that inescapable process. The increments in the measured values are growing month by month, though slowly and hardly noticeable, still yet in the continuous, incessant manner
 Quoting: El Astronauta


So, please tell me, when it will get dangerous for us all? at which point can we tell, oh, now are we all gone?! I mean, which mark shall I look at, to know, that all is lost, all is gone, all is too late to leave the Northern hemisphere? How much have we, to decide, to go to Uruguay or to Australia? Thank you to Poland!
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Are they even still monitoring the radiation here?

I really don't think so...
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It is odd also that those results are almost exactly at the same time of day.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2396290


It was said that the radiation will be spread throughout the northern hemisphere. So it is happening since the beginning of these events in March. In this very moment we have a distinct signs of that inescapable process. The increments in the measured values are growing month by month, though slowly and hardly noticeable, still yet in the continuous, incessant manner
 Quoting: El Astronauta


So, please tell me, when it will get dangerous for us all? at which point can we tell, oh, now are we all gone?! I mean, which mark shall I look at, to know, that all is lost, all is gone, all is too late to leave the Northern hemisphere? How much have we, to decide, to go to Uruguay or to Australia? Thank you to Poland!
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when will it get dangerous. well lets see. I you breath in 1 single particle of plutonium you are dead... thats 1 particle so small you cant even see it... it gets traped in the veli of your lungs and within 4 months you have lung cancer. then you go to the hospital and they tell you they want to treat you with radiation... we are all fucked and in the same boat...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959

Definately a global concern at this point. I imagine the governments will hold out announcing this. It can't be stopped and we can't be protected. Suffer the little ones, its so sad.
nuke ...........scream............damned
 Quoting: Whimszy


I had the opportunity to speak with someone higher up the ladder at AECL the other day....
The topic of Fukashima came up and I said how it seemed that news is being suppressed about how serious the situation is. He agreed and said that there had been an agreement made between major nations to keep this out of the lime light. It would be pointless to alarm people, as there really wasn't much that could be done about it anyway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959


Shit fatalists people are! It should be done everything, to stop it!!!!!!
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Like what, exactly.

If you have any suggestions, by all means. Let's see them.
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It is odd also that those results are almost exactly at the same time of day.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2396290


It was said that the radiation will be spread throughout the northern hemisphere. So it is happening since the beginning of these events in March. In this very moment we have a distinct signs of that inescapable process. The increments in the measured values are growing month by month, though slowly and hardly noticeable, still yet in the continuous, incessant manner
 Quoting: El Astronauta


So, please tell me, when it will get dangerous for us all? at which point can we tell, oh, now are we all gone?! I mean, which mark shall I look at, to know, that all is lost, all is gone, all is too late to leave the Northern hemisphere? How much have we, to decide, to go to Uruguay or to Australia? Thank you to Poland!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2483605


when will it get dangerous. well lets see. I you breath in 1 single particle of plutonium you are dead... thats 1 particle so small you cant even see it... it gets traped in the veli of your lungs and within 4 months you have lung cancer. then you go to the hospital and they tell you they want to treat you with radiation... we are all fucked and in the same boat...
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Yes, I know this with the Plutonium, but if you mesure other things, other radiactive elements, then the governments never can tell you, that it is not true, when you look to the markers. But how do they mesure Plutonium? I do not know. I want only to know, when they have to give up to be liers and false priests???!
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It was said that the radiation will be spread throughout the northern hemisphere. So it is happening since the beginning of these events in March. In this very moment we have a distinct signs of that inescapable process. The increments in the measured values are growing month by month, though slowly and hardly noticeable, still yet in the continuous, incessant manner
 Quoting: El Astronauta


So, please tell me, when it will get dangerous for us all? at which point can we tell, oh, now are we all gone?! I mean, which mark shall I look at, to know, that all is lost, all is gone, all is too late to leave the Northern hemisphere? How much have we, to decide, to go to Uruguay or to Australia? Thank you to Poland!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2483605


when will it get dangerous. well lets see. I you breath in 1 single particle of plutonium you are dead... thats 1 particle so small you cant even see it... it gets traped in the veli of your lungs and within 4 months you have lung cancer. then you go to the hospital and they tell you they want to treat you with radiation... we are all fucked and in the same boat...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1332279



Yes, I know this with the Plutonium, but if you mesure other things, other radiactive elements, then the governments never can tell you, that it is not true, when you look to the markers. But how do they mesure Plutonium? I do not know. I want only to know, when they have to give up to be liers and false priests???!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2483605



different isotopes give off different forms of radiation, some are worse then others. like plutonium and cesium both r very incidious and cause alot of damage to the cells dna... you should be taking alot of antioxidants drink lots of filtered water, stay out of any rain, wash all fruits and vegetables, dont eat any produce grown in USA or Japan.
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[link to eurdep.jrc.ec.europa.eu]
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With all the X-Flares and CMEs i believe that the sun plays an important role within these measurements
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I am not so sure that the CMEs may be responsible for the appearance of the increased radioactivity on Earth, almost every day for the last six months. CMEs occur quite rarely (except last month). Nevertheless you should be right, because the Geiger counter measures all kinds of the radiation (alfa, beta and gamma). Maybe these increased values of the measurments are also the sign of the increased activity of the Sun and more and more intense cosmic rays arriving here from the center of the Galaxy and which rays are expected to be in huge quantities in 2012 when the Earth will be crossing the Galactic Equator..


yeahsure

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With all the X-Flares and CMEs i believe that the sun plays an important role within these measurements
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1520802


I am not so sure that the CMEs may be responsible for the appearance of the increased radioactivity on Earth, almost every day for the last six months. CMEs occur quite rarely (except last month). Nevertheless you should be right, because the Geiger counter measures all kinds of the radiation (alfa, beta and gamma). Maybe these increased values of the measurments are also the sign of the increased activity of the Sun and more and more intense cosmic rays arriving here from the center of the Galaxy and which rays are expected to be in huge quantities in 2012 when the Earth will be crossing the Galactic Equator..


yeahsure

NiNzrez should comment here, it would be highly appreciated
 Quoting: El Astronauta


yes one has nothing to do with the other... the sun dose not give off plutonium and cesium particles...
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It is odd also that those results are almost exactly at the same time of day.
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It was said that the radiation will be spread throughout the northern hemisphere. So it is happening since the beginning of these events in March. In this very moment we have a distinct signs of that inescapable process. The increments in the measured values are growing month by month, though slowly and hardly noticeable, still yet in the continuous, incessant manner
 Quoting: El Astronauta


So, please tell me, when it will get dangerous for us all? at which point can we tell, oh, now are we all gone?! I mean, which mark shall I look at, to know, that all is lost, all is gone, all is too late to leave the Northern hemisphere? How much have we, to decide, to go to Uruguay or to Australia? Thank you to Poland!
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There is no strictly predetermined point above which we all people living on the Northern Hemisphere should bug out towards the southern areas of the Globe. Probably such an event has not been observed and noticed in the human history yet. The possible evidence or description of such occurrences (e.g. tens of thousands years ago) has had no chance to avoid wiping out from the surface of the Earth in the abyss of time due to the multiple mega disasters which have taken place during the ages until now
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And those very low values in the first days of September? And that "dramatic" rising in October...?

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Fukushima radiation patterns...

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