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Nuke agency reports unusual radiation in Europe

 
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Low levels of radioactive iodine-131 have been detected over parts of Europe in recent days, officials confirmed on Friday

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Thread: Looks like Russia has broken the Nuclear Test Ban
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They see me glowin', they hatin'...
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walker.. thought u got irradiated eating some sushi.. GTSYB
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Thread: "Soviet nuclear blasts" raise Pakistan background radiation by over 50% ???!!!
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I bet they're gonna blame it on Iran somehow...

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Its just a healthy radioactive cloud nothing to worry about guys !!
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ahhhahhhahhhahhhabomb
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Its just a healthy radioactive cloud nothing to worry about guys !!
 Quoting: ChuulRa 5149628


ahhhahhhahhhahhhabomb
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of course it is.. it makes us happy... if we not.. we dead....
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Or maybe? This?


Thread: ARNIE GUNDERSEN: Reactors continue to emit significant quantities of radioactive gases — Latest figure is a Gigabecquerel per day (AUDIO)
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Volcanic activity may cause heavier than normal particles. Then again, when Denver's radiation levels hit 127 CPM this Summer we suspected Japan's fallout... Course, we've now reason to believe the Denver underground tunnels were destroyed via nuke the same time CPM levels shot up over Denver.
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Wow, could it be the nuclear site in South France that had problems a few months back?
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^^^^^^^^^
this is what i thought of first.
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Here is more, from a different source...


"The IAEA is working with its counterparts to determine the cause and origin of the iodine-131."

Iodine-131 is a short-lived radioisotope that has a radioactive decay half-life of about eight days, the IAEA said.

"The IAEA will provide further information via its website as it becomes available," the agency said.

In the world's worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl in 1986, a huge earthquake followed by a massive tsunami overwhelmed the Fukushima plant in Japan, causing a reactor meltdown and leakage of radiation, including of iodine.

In the days and weeks after the accident, minuscule numbers of iodine-131 believed to have come from Fukushima were detected as far away as Iceland and other pars of Europe, as well as in the United States.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

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Finally some doom...
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"IAEA says the cause is not known, but it is not the result of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, which spread radiation across the globe in March."

Of course it's not. How could it be? They just had a Freaking Meltdown.

Dumbasses
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Is the IODINE one not a byproduct of fukushima?
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Finally some doom...
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In the form of a very slooooooow cancerous death.
"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you
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Finally some doom...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5171091


dude.. check out my chronology on my link... not paid site.. just the facts...
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Teh rays are friendly, they want to help you!
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I knew it !

This is why i work in a Nuclear power plant !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5149628


if yer happy and you know it; work the plant.. clap clap clap...... lalalala.... sing along children.. it's good for your thyroid....
 Quoting: citizenperth


Wasn't Steve Irwin killed by a ray?
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you forgot the ba dum bum rimshot
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The U.N. nuclear agency is reporting "very low" — but higher than usual — levels of radiation in the Czech Republic and elsewhere in Europe.
The International Atomic Energy Agency says the "very low levels of iodine-131 have been measured in the atmosphere over the Czech Republic" and elsewhere on the continent.

IAEA says the cause is not known, but it is not the result of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, which spread radiation across the globe in March.

[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant




OH REALLY ?


When there's this?

On-site measurements at the west gate of the Fukushima Daiichi plant indicate the presence of I-131 and Cs-137 in the air in the close vicinity of the plant (within approximately 1 km). The concentrations in air reported for 29 May were about 3 Bq/m3 for I-131 and about 9 Bq/m3 for Cs-137. The values observed in the previous days show daily fluctuations with an overall decreasing tendency.

[link to www.iaea.org]


Don't they read their own reports?
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Any chances that some entire countries in Europe would need to be evacuated?

That would be some cool doommy stuff.
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I knew it !

This is why i work in a Nuclear power plant !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5149628


if yer happy and you know it; work the plant.. clap clap clap...... lalalala.... sing along children.. it's good for your thyroid....
 Quoting: citizenperth


Wasn't Steve Irwin killed by a ray?
 Quoting: WalkersEverywhere


you forgot the ba dum bum rimshot
 Quoting: INPTX


i don't want a ray in my da bum bum....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 11/11/2011 10:17 AM
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Damn, glad I bought extra Iosat last year....might need it.
I'm tired of waiting, somebody push the damn button already!

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Fukushima is certainly an enormous problem, but this is I-131, and it has a very short half life(8 days).

That means that it would be detectable around the world at higher levels on the way(eastbound) to get to eastern europe, and that other radionuclides would be found in elevated levels along that path. Of course, we are deliberately not monitoring this stuff well - for unclear reasons.

There is another radiation source that's doing the I-131 thing, and we'd better find it. Meanwhile, supplementing with aged supplements will keep the thyroid from absorbing the radioactive stuff. There's more to the world nuclear situation than we're currently aware of. Maybe another leaking nuke, or a test......
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It seems to be normal to me!

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Its just a healthy radioactive cloud nothing to worry about guys !!
 Quoting: ChuulRa 5149628


Are you somehow retarded or on medication you twat, there is no safe levels of radiation not even 131 all radiation is bad even the x.rays you have when you break bones.
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Fukushima is certainly an enormous problem, but this is I-131, and it has a very short half life(8 days).

That means that it would be detectable around the world at higher levels on the way(eastbound) to get to eastern europe, and that other radionuclides would be found in elevated levels along that path. Of course, we are deliberately not monitoring this stuff well - for unclear reasons.

There is another radiation source that's doing the I-131 thing, and we'd better find it. Meanwhile, supplementing with aged supplements will keep the thyroid from absorbing the radioactive stuff. There's more to the world nuclear situation than we're currently aware of. Maybe another leaking nuke, or a test......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4927000


correct.. at this stage.. it couldn't have got there from fuku... somewhere closer.. damn....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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According to Gundersen, fuku is emitting a gigabecquerel per day. That is one billion becquerels.

Assume dispersal. Assume dilution. One becquerel doesn't seem like much, does it?

Now think 'miniscule hot radio-isotope'.

How many of those in a becquerel? How many in a billion becquerels? Per day. 8 months. And that is a conservative estimate...

How many are blowing in the wind, everywhere?
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According to Gundersen, fuku is emitting a gigabecquerel per day. That is one billion becquerels.

Assume dispersal. Assume dilution. One becquerel doesn't seem like much, does it?

Now think 'miniscule hot radio-isotope'.

How many of those in a becquerel? How many in a billion becquerels? Per day. 8 months. And that is a conservative estimate...

How many are blowing in the wind, everywhere?
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bingo.. people are slowly starting to listen tho.. only to say WTF??......

here's one for you if not previously posted
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 11/11/2011 10:34 AM
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Yeah it just can't be from a major nuclear incident that spread radiation around the world!
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Maybe it is from the galactic super wave that is coming.
 Quoting: WOMAN WHO RUNS W/ WOLVES


^^^^ THIS hf

WOOT Bring it!!!!!
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When are those bloody Japs going to fix that shit ??? Killing us all in the process ffs !!!
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second post after first attempt was censored

It cannot be fixed. The technology doesn't exist.
Best case scenario is to put any remnants or still intact fuel rods in the sea for the ultimate heat sink. Which is probably what they're doing with all those huge cranes.
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In Armenia, four men were arrested when they illegally radioactive strontium would sell to a foreigner. The security of Armenia say that Friday.

Radioactive strontium is a product of nuclear testing. It affects bones, because it replaces calcium in the bones...

I do not know if this is related to the cloud.

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