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Seriously how dangerous is the fallout from fukushima now 8 almost 9 months later??

 
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Re: Seriously how dangerous is the fallout from fukushima now 8 almost 9 months later??
Also, if you think this explosion in Fukushima was bad, if a fast breeder reactor like in Iran went critical it could be alot worse. Fast Breeder reactor means as the nuclear reaction proceeds, it produces more and more fissionable fuel, they have to stop the reaction and de-concentrate the plutonium and U235. The u235 and plutonium is then used in nuclear bombs.

Fast breeder reactors are banned by international treaty for two reasons really. 1, they are extremely dangerous, and 2. you can use them to make lots of nuclear bombs quickly.
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can you explain further? like, so no other countries currently use this style of reactor why would iran be looking to build one? they are cheaper maybe?

also what is their difference from, say, a reactor in the USA or Japan?
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Well most of the rest of the world is not buying the claim that Iran is building nuclear capability for "peacefull" uses only. It is believed they want bomb making capacity so they can be the dominate player in the Middle East. Other Arab countries are not to thrilled about this prospect any more than we are!
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11/21/2011 05:43 AM
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It was absolutely stunning! Though I couldn't help but think about how they managed to film it, considering the radiation. Would they not be exposed? And how up close they got to these wild animals.

But absolutely a wonderful watch. Warmed my heart to the core.
There is beauty in this world still :)

I'll have to watch the one with the wolves as well!
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yes you are a very observant observer, I thought about the camera position and such things also, the camera was so up close yet the animals had no awareness of being filmed, which makes me think they had cameras set up all over that house and were remotely panning and zooming. IF there had been a photographer closeby they would have smelled something it seems like. Animals don't really know how to act like there's not a camera guy in front of them.
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can you explain further? like, so no other countries currently use this style of reactor why would iran be looking to build one? they are cheaper maybe?

also what is their difference from, say, a reactor in the USA or Japan?
 Quoting: cremefraiche

wiki article on breeder reactor

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

the main two types of reactors are light water reactors and breeder reactors. "Breeder" just means it breeds, reproduces nuclear fuel.

YOu are right I think, Breeder reactors can be alot more efficient, produce less waste, and produce cheap, unlimited fuel they don't even have to mine. I think everyone is so scared of them being used for making bombs though. And possibly afraid of everyone having an unlimited, eternal supply of energy for independent economic growth.


A breeder reactor surrounds the core with a blanket of material, that turns into nuclear fuel as it's irradiated by the fissioning core.

IN The breeder burner cycle, the core is surrounded by highly concentrated nuclear waste that is destroyed and neutralized by the core reaction.

so it's pretty complicated but there's several ways the reactors can be set up to accomplish a variety of tasks.


wiki article on light water reactor
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

after reading up on this, I realize, Breeder reactors in the long run produce less waste, but I suppose they could be more dangerous if they blew up.

I guess the reason they build alot of light water reactors is just because they are simple and cheaper, but breeder reactors are better.

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We really need to wipe out about 90% of humans, human beings are a cancer to the earth's ecosystem, we are only one species out of thousands, just because they don't have money, or can't speak english, they have a right to exist, they have a right to some good land, good water.

Human beings should all kill themselves out of shame for how they have treated animals.
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You first.
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Re: Seriously how dangerous is the fallout from fukushima now 8 almost 9 months later??
polonium.
plutonium
strontium
cesium
iodine
iodide
sulfur
xenon
californium
americium
neptunium

The amounts of contamination are only beginning to surface.

However. Everyday the amounts are climbing. So there will not be on official count until the reactors are completely decommissioned, and disassembled.

I suppose the good news is they are already half way disassembled.

The bad news is they took the roof off without removing the nuclear payloads.
(Which are currently drilling their way to Egypt).

So to better rephrase the question.

What are the current levels of contamination in the united states of america? & what do these levels suggest in respect to human life forms?

A very tricky question to answer indeed. As particle distribution is dispersed in inequal amounts over both continental as well as trans national oceanic surfaces.

The tricky part is:
In an area with consistently low background contamination levels. Human exposure can still be achieved via fuel flees.

Maybe you live in a safe area. However where does you milk come from. how about your watch, tv, or telephone. Is your rice from japan. what about the rice at your local teriyaki vendor. Or the chickens they mixed in with the teriyaki.

The very real threat is bioaccumulation.
The very real problem is The contamination effected the entire northern hemisphere.
The very real reality, is the amount of contamination has been reported as multi-continental. So everywhere you go, everything you eat, and everyone you see adds to your accumulation level.
The effects of this exposure is then relative "only to their isotope type, and halflifes".

So as your accumulation has already began. Your cells are decaying by the rate that youve consumed these atomic particles.

How bad is this?
That billions of citizens globally are being irridiated on a climbing; While the company responsible is in no position to stop the situation from releasing more dangerous substances to our environment...

Well.
I am afraid you know what the answer is.
You are just like everyone else:

Shocked beyond belief that this has all taken place already. That you are all being slowly killed at this very moment. & That everyday it is getting worse...


Wake up friend.
There is no telling how bad it will get.
We can only really say: It is Horrific! & it has just begun!;
dynamite
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