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Massive Radiation in Virginia

 
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10/10/2012 04:34 PM
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when I first read the thread title I thought it said

Massive Radiation in Vagina

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We talked about the Thyroid Sampels ad nauseum.

The People who want to research this should look
for the Fukushima Thyroid Study via www. nature.com
(that is the Original)

Buggy-Chan, you should not search someone
who is Responsible, it is the System and us,
it is not "Them", we all are guilty, you too
even when you are saying "i am not"
but you are!

You are responsible like a Tepco Secretary,
Tepco Salary Man or Tepco Gardener in Daiichi

I am Off
sleepy
 Quoting: the mighty Atom




Ah, yes... deflection.. no answers.
I thought we were talking about the testing and its validity...
My post illustrates the lack thereof.. Government tests.. what a joke.

I'm responsible..?

Nobody ever asked my permission to cover the globe with defective nuclear reactor systems.
I would have said, 'Fuck you, no way'.
.
As a matter of fact.. I did say that.. and protest it..many years ago.
Didn't matter.

What the hell have you ever done.. besides being a Tepco apologist...?
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10/10/2012 06:06 PM

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Take the bag off your head when reading.

So the best geiger counters we can buy can not pick up the true radiation readings. I spent good money and then put it in the mail for someone else to try and nothing really is showing up in Omaha. We can't see it, hear it, feel it or sense it. Even if we could can we hide from it? Something invisible that comes from the sky........................someday a genius will learn to decontaminate...............

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10/10/2012 06:21 PM

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I found it and it is the whopper I remember.

[link to akiomatsumura.com]

Before the Committee, Ambassador Murata strongly stated that if the crippled building of reactor unit 4—with 1,535 fuel assemblies in the spent fuel pool 100 feet (30 meters) above the ground—collapses, not only will it cause a shutdown of all six reactors but will also affect the common spent fuel pool containing 6,375 fuel assemblies, located some 50 meters from reactor 4. In both cases the radioactive assemblies are not protected by a containment vessel; dangerously, they are open to the air. This would certainly cause a global catastrophe like we have never before experienced.

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I might be on the wrong thread......because I am commenting on 2 radiation threads.

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10/10/2012 06:26 PM
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i read this as massive radiation in vagina :(
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10/10/2012 07:31 PM
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Background can be normal. Means nothing. A micronic radioisotopic particle can be inhaled without ever setting off a monitor.
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^^^this^^^
hot particles dont get read on meters -it may create a 'spike'(?), but this is invisible potential death floating round the globe, and as a heavy metal, they are well hard to remove from the body when ingested, -when inhaled... fuk knows
...and theyre accumulating. -for the next few billion years, --unless they can figure out how to contain it -any offers? any ideas?
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edit... quote malfunction...

The nuclear industry refers to them as 'fuel fleas'.


: ) thanks, -i didnt check it
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10/10/2012 09:51 PM
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10957384


Background can be normal. Means nothing. A micronic radioisotopic particle can be inhaled without ever setting off a monitor.
 Quoting: In-Situ



While this is true, a speck of Cesium137 that is smaller than the smallest speck of black pepper you could see on a white sheet of paper (talking about 1/100th of a milligram)is giving off

37 million disintegrations/sec.

and that is definitely gonna be picked up by any near-by geiger counter.

And the chances of just one speck being present are pretty slim.

With a background count of 10,000 CPM (and not ingesting anything highly radioactive) it would take about 10 months for the sickliest people to start developing first signs of radiation sickness.

And for the stubborn, one more time, the EPA numbers are not background. They are air-filter readings.
The RadiationNetwork site with the low numbers is giving correct background counts.

The monitors in my house never read over 80 CPM.
The numbers at Higgins' Blog are the EPA filtered air numbers. Instead of just sticking a monitor out into the room and getting a reading like Radiation Network, the EPA filters the same amount of air contained in a 12 ft X 12 ft x 12 ft room thru a small HEPA filter over the course of an hour, then sticks the meter directly over that filter.

The EPA numbers ARE higher than normal, but not enough to effect normal background counts more than just a few CPM.

Last Edited by MuzzleBreak on 10/10/2012 11:05 PM
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While this is true, a speck of Cesium137 that is smaller than the smallest speck of black pepper you could see on a white sheet of paper (talking about 1/100th of a milligram)is giving off

37 million disintegrations/sec.

and that is definitely gonna be picked up by any near-by geiger counter.

And the chances of just one speck being present are pretty slim.

With a background count of 10,000 CPM (and not ingesting anything highly radioactive) it would take about 10 months for the sickliest people to start developing first signs of radiation sickness.

And for the stubborn, one more time, the EPA numbers are not background. They are air-filter readings.
The RadiationNetwork site with the low numbers is giving correct background counts.

 Quoting: MuzzleBreak

Your monitor will tell you if there is above-normal radiation in
the area. Not much more than that. It wouldn't
read a fuel flea unless it landed on the unit.

While I admire your ability to have faith in
the nukesters to give you the actual readings,
forgive me if I don't.
The numbers have been manipulated from the
start. They always are.
'The solution is dilution.' From their mouths.

If you had read the thousands of articles,
technical papers and studies that I have,
you might feel the same way I do.
The SOP is to deny and deflect.
Ask the downwinders..
Ask the people of Ukraine.
Ask the soldiers used as guinea pigs.

Fukushima is more of the same. Lie, obfuscate and cover-up...

The nuclear coalition doesn't care about me or you.
We are merely collateral damage and a source of funding..

There is still no solution to the problem of
the 40 or so years long build up of spent fuel stored onsite
at the nuclear plants.
Tritium has been leaking for years.
Reactors with a forty year design lifespan have
been re-licensed for twenty more years without exception..
the 23 GE Mark I reactors in this country[like the ones melted down in Japan].
Does that sound like they care if there is an
incident similar to what happened in Japan..?

That design was flawed from the outset...
GE's own scientists quit in protest over them being
put into use after it was shown that the
containment vessel was undersized and would
not be able to withstand a LOC event...
exactly what happened in Japan.

So... forgive me if I am cynical.
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10/11/2012 12:58 AM

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It's ok to get angry about nuclear but it doesn't help.

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Dominion shuts down 1 of its 2 nuclear reactors at North Anna
[link to www2.timesdispatch.com]

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Dominion Virginia Power has shut down one of the two nuclear reactors at its North Anna generating facility because of concerns about failing reactor coolant pump seals.

The shutdown at North Anna's Unit 2 comes after Dominion last week had to reduce power for several days in one of the two reactors at its Surry nuclear plant because of clogging in a condenser intake that processes water from the James River.

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