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Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific

 
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What about it, Whisky Bra.?

Three coriums.. sitting in a high water table... sizzling away..

All of that contamination, oozing it's way into the Pacific.

How are they going to stop that..?
 Quoting: Waterbug

bsflag
What a Bs.!

There is Zero-Evidence of a Scenario you suggest,
not even a bit of Steam, and there would be much
when we have 3 of them "Frying" its way!

chuckle
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


Keep telling yourself that.
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You are not Japanese Atom Boy. Let's establish that 1st of all. Stalker here you go:

Here is your own video;

Strong Radiation after the Rain, 09/01/12


[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
Here's one of your threads Atom Boy/The Mighty Atom:

Thread: "Stop Comparing Fukushima to Chernobyl"

popcorn

Again...I will debate with you but don't call me Hunny Bunny like you do in several threads. It creeps me out old man. Thanks!
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I dont know how they would go about cleaning it up. I was merely pointing out that the significant number of nuclear tests done in the pacific killed considerably more marine life, killed and genetically maimed hundreds of islanders, and gave cancer to the poor servicemen who were there.

Those tests released a significantly greater amount of radiation then the amount leaking out of fukashima, but 50-60 years later, we are still here. Cherylnoble was a worse disaster, and a lot of that area is still uninhabitable, but we are all still here.

The fact that nobody, not even smokers got lung cancer before the tests says a lot. Plus the fallout from the tests in Nevada made a lot of the area that grows our food a little high in radioactive particles that cause leukemia and thyroid problems in America. In other words, it's not the end of the world. What do you want us o do about it? What CAN we do about it?

Sure, it is a shitty situation, but the damage is done. I'd acually be more concerned with the fact that the fallout areas in the US have more of an affect on Americans than Fukushima ever will. But lots of people refuse to even believe that the US in effect, nuked the US with those tests. Way easier to blame it on Fukishima I guess...
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Check out this poor guys story:

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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You are not Japanese Atom Boy. Let's establish that 1st of all. Stalker here you go:

Here is your own video;

Strong Radiation after the Rain, 09/01/12


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@ Op. you are funny.

Do you have at least a bit of knowledge and do you realize
that even 0.270 Microsievert is Peanuts for a triple Meltdown?

This is only ca. 2,3 Millisievert in a Year (!!!)
We here in Japan do not live in a Water Drainage,
but inside of a House!

I used the Word "Strong" because it was unusual high
for my Area but after a Drought of 10 Weeks and longer
i even expected this!
(Dust settled down on the Roof and the Rain washed it down
the Pipe for the Water Drain, so many of the Measurements
are made in the Drain and this is WRONG!)

@ Waterbug
as long as you are talk Bs. as long i try to correct this,
this is the way how a Forum should work!

As soon as there is a "China-Syndrome" in Reality
as soon i would change my Opinion but let us all hope
that we do not see this here in Japan, in Asia and the rest
of the whole World!

Last Edited by the mighty Atom on 11/16/2012 04:43 AM
G.Y.!B.E.
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@ Waterbug
as long as you are talk Bs. as long i try to correct this,
this is the way how a Forum should work!

As soon as there is a "China-Syndrome" in Reality
as soon i would change my Opinion but let us all hope
that we do not see this here in Japan, in Asia and the rest
of the whole World!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


I did not say China Syndrome. That is a Hollywood movie...

The coriums are contaminating groundwater which carries the contamination to the Pacific.
The results are in, dude.

How is this BS. You are BS.
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I dont know how they would go about cleaning it up. I was merely pointing out that the significant number of nuclear tests done in the pacific killed considerably more marine life, killed and genetically maimed hundreds of islanders, and gave cancer to the poor servicemen who were there.
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


I think you were doing a lot more than just pointing out...
You know as well as I do that atmospheric detonation and a nuclear meltdown are two entirely different things with completely different effects.

Assignment:
Explain to us how they are different.....

Those tests released a significantly greater amount of radiation then the amount leaking out of fukashima, but 50-60 years later, we are still here. Cherylnoble was a worse disaster, and a lot of that area is still uninhabitable, but we are all still here.
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


Most experts now confirm that Fukushima is much worse than Chernobyl. The ones that don't are shills for the nuke industry..
Which are you..?

The fact that nobody, not even smokers got lung cancer before the tests says a lot. Plus the fallout from the tests in Nevada made a lot of the area that grows our food a little high in radioactive particles that cause leukemia and thyroid problems in America. In other words, it's not the end of the world. What do you want us o do about it? What CAN we do about it?
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


The downwinders are being offered free radiation tests at a Medical Center in Nevada.
If humans were water.. we would be over the FDA limit for strontium.... all of us.
I know all about that...

We are talking about an unprecedented triple nuclear reactor core meltdown..
And it is nowhere near to being over...dude.
And yes, it could be the end of the world as we know it...dude.


Sure, it is a shitty situation, but the damage is done. I'd acually be more concerned with the fact that the fallout areas in the US have more of an affect on Americans than Fukushima ever will. But lots of people refuse to even believe that the US in effect, nuked the US with those tests. Way easier to blame it on Fukishima I guess...
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


The contamination from the tests has been dissipating for 60 years.

Fukushima contamination has only just begun...dude.
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@ Waterbug
as long as you are talk Bs. as long i try to correct this,
this is the way how a Forum should work!

As soon as there is a "China-Syndrome" in Reality
as soon i would change my Opinion but let us all hope
that we do not see this here in Japan, in Asia and the rest
of the whole World!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


I did not say China Syndrome. That is a Hollywood movie...

The coriums are contaminating groundwater which carries the contamination to the Pacific.
The results are in, dude.

How is this BS. You are BS.
 Quoting: Waterbug


I used "........." because i know that the Words
"China Syndrome" is wrong but when you talking
Bs. like "3 Coriums on the Water Table .. " you
suggest a Scenario like we know from this Metapher!

You talked, again, Bs. and there is no Way to correct
your Statement!

Even that the Cores contaminate the Ground Water is
just a Theory but maybe not the Reality!

Afir.there is not even "Real Groundwater" under Daiich!
G.Y.!B.E.
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@ Waterbug
as long as you are talk Bs. as long i try to correct this,
this is the way how a Forum should work!

As soon as there is a "China-Syndrome" in Reality
as soon i would change my Opinion but let us all hope
that we do not see this here in Japan, in Asia and the rest
of the whole World!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


I did not say China Syndrome. That is a Hollywood movie...

The coriums are contaminating groundwater which carries the contamination to the Pacific.
The results are in, dude.

How is this BS. You are BS.
 Quoting: Waterbug


I used "........." because i know that the Words
"China Syndrome" is wrong but when you talking
Bs. like "3 Coriums on the Water Table .. " you
suggest a Scenario like we know from this Metapher!

You talked, again, Bs. and there is no Way to correct
your Statement!

Even that the Cores contaminate the Ground Water is
just a Theory but maybe not the Reality!

Afir.there is not even "Real Groundwater" under Daiich!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


The reactor buildings have been saturated with water since shortly after 3.12.11.
There are confirmed reports of cracks in the foundations and basements, allowing the introduction of groundwater to the highly contaminated water in the basements.
Over-pressure to the reactors.. busted seams and welds. The water in the vessels is inter-mixing with the water in the basements.
This contaminated water is seeping into the ground... transported down the slope with the natural underground flow to the pacific.

Oh yeah... and some is also going into the ocean via the fault crack.
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I dont know how they would go about cleaning it up. I was merely pointing out that the significant number of nuclear tests done in the pacific killed considerably more marine life, killed and genetically maimed hundreds of islanders, and gave cancer to the poor servicemen who were there.
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


I think you were doing a lot more than just pointing out...
You know as well as I do that atmospheric detonation and a nuclear meltdown are two entirely different things with completely different effects.

Assignment:
Explain to us how they are different.....

Those tests released a significantly greater amount of radiation then the amount leaking out of fukashima, but 50-60 years later, we are still here. Cherylnoble was a worse disaster, and a lot of that area is still uninhabitable, but we are all still here.
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


Most experts now confirm that Fukushima is much worse than Chernobyl. The ones that don't are shills for the nuke industry..
Which are you..?

The fact that nobody, not even smokers got lung cancer before the tests says a lot. Plus the fallout from the tests in Nevada made a lot of the area that grows our food a little high in radioactive particles that cause leukemia and thyroid problems in America. In other words, it's not the end of the world. What do you want us o do about it? What CAN we do about it?
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


The downwinders are being offered free radiation tests at a Medical Center in Nevada.
If humans were water.. we would be over the FDA limit for strontium.... all of us.
I know all about that...

We are talking about an unprecedented triple nuclear reactor core meltdown..
And it is nowhere near to being over...dude.
And yes, it could be the end of the world as we know it...dude.


Sure, it is a shitty situation, but the damage is done. I'd acually be more concerned with the fact that the fallout areas in the US have more of an affect on Americans than Fukushima ever will. But lots of people refuse to even believe that the US in effect, nuked the US with those tests. Way easier to blame it on Fukishima I guess...
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


The contamination from the tests has been dissipating for 60 years.

Fukushima contamination has only just begun...dude.
 Quoting: Waterbug


You sure say "dude" a lot...

You seem to be under the impression that I'm here to debate you about something.

I'm not.

I hate radiation exposure too. I was just saying that the 76 (78?) nukes that were set off in the pacific, plus I dont even know how many by other Countries, released a hell of a lot more radiation into the ocean then the Fukashima incident. Some of those bombs went off UNDER the water, and the ones from atmospheric detonations spread the same sort of radiation leaking out of a few cracks in the buildings at fukashima all over the ocean and around the world due to actual fallout spread by mushroom clouds.

Didn't see a mushroom cloud at fukashima...

Honestly, if you can't understand that that many nuclear bombs going off in the pacific released more radiation into the ocean then what is currently seeping out thru a few cracks in the foundation of a building does, then maybe you should do a little more research (like this: [link to www.bikiniatoll.com] ) on what nuclear explosions are.....dude.
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You sure say "dude" a lot...

You seem to be under the impression that I'm here to debate you about something.

I'm not.



 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


The tone of your original series of posts tells the story.


I know all about the Marshall Islands... and the tests.. and the downwinders. Apples and Oranges.

You do realize we are talking about an ongoing accumulation of
contamination.. total amounts that are unforeseeable and unprecedented...?
The majority of the original emissions fallout from Fuku.. 80%, was into the Pacific.

So.. we're not only talking about some seeping...
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Re: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
How about all 36 Nuclear Bomb detonations of Operation Dominic?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Them tests spread plutonium radioactivity all over the Pacific ocean.

Did Fukushima release more radioactivity than that?

Just wondering...

Because if it did-

DAMN!!! That's a lot of radioactivity leaking out of that crack in a building over there in Japan....
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Ummm. Did Atom Boy take over your account?
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@ Waterbug, congratulation!

You Coward!

I asked for a Source of your Claims
and you cant offer them,
so please shut your Mouth,
you are not helpful with your stupid Ideas,
Theories and apocalyptic Visions!

So, i make Holidays, thank you for a calm Christmas!!!
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Re: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
How about all 36 Nuclear Bomb detonations of Operation Dominic?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Them tests spread plutonium radioactivity all over the Pacific ocean.

Did Fukushima release more radioactivity than that?

Just wondering...

Because if it did-

DAMN!!! That's a lot of radioactivity leaking out of that crack in a building over there in Japan....
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


Ummm. Did Atom Boy take over your account?
 Quoting: Terpsichore


Yeah, a good one popcorn

Do not let other People speak,
kill their Voice already in their beginning!

People like you need to learn a lot
for your Real Life.
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If you can't see my evidence in Japan... maybe your internet is being censored...

chuckle
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Re: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
Nuclear Engineer: To me it means Tepco knows about a rip in spent fuel pool liner at Fukushima Unit 3 (VIDEO)

Chris Harris, former licensed Senior Reactor Operator and engineer: One of the Tepco releases that really intrigued me was that there is something called ‘curing material’.

Now that means, to me it means they know about a tear or a rip in the spent fuel pool liner.

And they don’t come out and say — a lot of this stuff you have to read between the lines — there’s something called ‘curing material’ [...] what it means to me is they tried to repair with some sort of epoxy and something that needs to cure or cure time on it before they can proceed. Which means that water’s actually being held in not by the stainless steel liner, but by the concrete structure around, that’s not really a great situation to be in.

They didn’t come flat out and say it but I’m going to stick my neck out and say if they’re trying to seal up cracks and everything else, that’s how I would do it too. And so that’s happening now, we’ll see where that comes and I’ll stay on top of it.

[link to podcast.no] link for you/podcast/nutri_med/pcast.php

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Japan Experts: Contamination from Fukushima “is almost irreversible” in coastal sediments

[...] it can be inferred that dissolved radiocesium advected southward from the region adjacent to the 1FNPP and was deposited to the sediment of the study area in the early stage after the accident. The incorporation of radiocesium into sediments was almost irreversible, and higher concentrations of 137Cs were obtained from the finer-grained fraction of sediments. [...]

137Cs levels in sediment decreased considerably between June and August, and then remained at the same level until January 2012. This trend indicates that the initial deposition of 137Cs to the sediment had almost ceased by August, and that the incorporation of 137Cs into sediments was almost irreversible. [...]

In conclusion [...] it can also be inferred that the remarkable decrease in 137Cs level between June and August 2011 (Table 3) was not caused by dissolution of labile 137Cs but by a physical transport (export) of irreversibly bound 137Cs.

[...] Most of radiocesium in the coastal sediments is incorporated into lithogenic fractions, and this incorporation is almost irreversible. Accordingly, the biological availability of sedimentary radiocesium is relatively low, but continuous monitoring of radiocesium inmarine biota is highly recommended because significant amounts of radiocesium have been accumulated in the sediment.

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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The muddy issue of cesium in a lake

Lake Kasumigaura in Ibaraki Prefecture is facing an environmental threat that has essentially turned it into a time bomb ticking away 60 km northeast of Tokyo.

Experts warn that Japan’s second largest lake with a surface area of 220 sq. km is quietly but steadfastly accumulating radioactive cesium [...]

[It] is not only rich with fishery resources but whose water is used for irrigation, industrial purposes, and even for consumption as drinking water for 960,000 people in Ibaraki Prefecture. Furthermore, no one knows how and by how much the problem has worsened over the months, except for one obvious thing: it hasn’t gone away. [...]

[Atsunobu Hamada, former director of the government-affiliated Ibaraki Freshwater Fisheries Research Institute maintains] that the inevitable solution would be to release Kasumigaura’s cesium into the Pacific Ocean via the Tone River [...]

“We have a potential disaster waiting to happen,” [Hiroshi Iijima, director general of the nonprofit organization Asaza Fund in Ushiku, Ibaraki Prefecture] said. “This is a lake in the Tokyo metropolitan area and the second-largest lake in Japan, and we are sitting idly by, letting it get contaminated.”

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

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Thread: Japan Times: Time bomb in Tokyo metropolitan area — Experts warn of accumulating Fukushima contamination
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They are sitting idly by, since they are busy expanding outdated reactors for another 20+ years these days!
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Re: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
Nuclear Expert Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Energy Education: Our readers may remember when I came back from Tokyo back in February, I had 5 samples of dirt that I had taken just randomly around the city. They were all over 7,000 disintegrations per second in a two pound bag (Bq/kg). What that told me was that the releases from the accident were really severe even as far away as Tokyo. And I said then that if this were contaminated ground at a nuclear power plant it would have to be considered as nuclear waste. Well, we took a lot flack for that on the Fairewinds site, but we were right on the mark.

What happened just last week was that in a suburb of Tokyo another sample was taken by citizens and they brought it to the attention of the government that then sampled it. But basically they had a hot spot that was in excess of 10,000 disintegrations per second per kilogram of their sample. So here we are 9 months after I took my samples and citizens are still finding hot spots all over the Tokyo area. I think it speaks to one, the magnitude of the initial release. This was a serious release, not just for Fukushima Prefecture but for Tokyo and its suburbs as well. [...]

So if Tokyo could be highly contaminated to the point where its soil should be shipped to a nuclear waste dump [...] if Tokyo can have soil so hot that it should be shipped to a radioactive dump, what might happen to our nation’s capitol, the biggest city in the United States, or to L.A. in the event of a nuclear accident? We’re really not prepared. Our policy makers at the NRC have not even envisioned that as a possibility.

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Ken Buesseler, Sr. Scientist in Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute: “There has to be a source. And they’re cooling those reactors quite extensively, some of that water’s getting back into the ocean, either actively being pumped out after some decontamination or through leaks in the buildings, they’re not able to contain all of the water that they use to cool.”

But plant operator Tepco denies the claim and the Japanese ministry responsible for radiation sampling across Japan said they are excluding that possibility from their inquiries at the moment.

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Thats all of 8 Curies a month. If it is Cs-137 thats pretty potent stuff but would hardly be enough to change the worldwide background radiation significantly.
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Thats all of 8 Curies a month. If it is Cs-137 thats pretty potent stuff but would hardly be enough to change the worldwide background radiation significantly.
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And what will you have to say when it concentrates up the food-chain via bio-accumulation..?
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Thats all of 8 Curies a month. If it is Cs-137 thats pretty potent stuff but would hardly be enough to change the worldwide background radiation significantly.
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And what will you have to say when it concentrates up the food-chain via bio-accumulation..?
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A different subject altogether but certainly a major concern.
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Psszzz was right again!!! Wow, what a COINCEDNCE. How many times is this now? 110-120 maybe.
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I dont know how they would go about cleaning it up. I was merely pointing out that the significant number of nuclear tests done in the pacific killed considerably more marine life, killed and genetically maimed hundreds of islanders, and gave cancer to the poor servicemen who were there.
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


I think you were doing a lot more than just pointing out...
You know as well as I do that atmospheric detonation and a nuclear meltdown are two entirely different things with completely different effects.

Assignment:
Explain to us how they are different.....

Those tests released a significantly greater amount of radiation then the amount leaking out of fukashima, but 50-60 years later, we are still here. Cherylnoble was a worse disaster, and a lot of that area is still uninhabitable, but we are all still here.
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


Most experts now confirm that Fukushima is much worse than Chernobyl. The ones that don't are shills for the nuke industry..
Which are you..?

The fact that nobody, not even smokers got lung cancer before the tests says a lot. Plus the fallout from the tests in Nevada made a lot of the area that grows our food a little high in radioactive particles that cause leukemia and thyroid problems in America. In other words, it's not the end of the world. What do you want us o do about it? What CAN we do about it?
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The downwinders are being offered free radiation tests at a Medical Center in Nevada.
If humans were water.. we would be over the FDA limit for strontium.... all of us.
I know all about that...

We are talking about an unprecedented triple nuclear reactor core meltdown..
And it is nowhere near to being over...dude.
And yes, it could be the end of the world as we know it...dude.


Sure, it is a shitty situation, but the damage is done. I'd acually be more concerned with the fact that the fallout areas in the US have more of an affect on Americans than Fukushima ever will. But lots of people refuse to even believe that the US in effect, nuked the US with those tests. Way easier to blame it on Fukishima I guess...
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


The contamination from the tests has been dissipating for 60 years.

Fukushima contamination has only just begun...dude.
 Quoting: Waterbug


You sure say "dude" a lot...

You seem to be under the impression that I'm here to debate you about something.

I'm not.

I hate radiation exposure too. I was just saying that the 76 (78?) nukes that were set off in the pacific, plus I dont even know how many by other Countries, released a hell of a lot more radiation into the ocean then the Fukashima incident. Some of those bombs went off UNDER the water, and the ones from atmospheric detonations spread the same sort of radiation leaking out of a few cracks in the buildings at fukashima all over the ocean and around the world due to actual fallout spread by mushroom clouds.

Didn't see a mushroom cloud at fukashima...

Honestly, if you can't understand that that many nuclear bombs going off in the pacific released more radiation into the ocean then what is currently seeping out thru a few cracks in the foundation of a building does, then maybe you should do a little more research (like this: [link to www.bikiniatoll.com] ) on what nuclear explosions are.....dude.
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Hello there, perhaps I can put things into perspective for you.

The nuclear release at Chernobyl was over 100 times as great as that of the nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

And you ask if Fukushima can rival a single nuke?

I think your answer should now be very obvious.
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Re: Continuing radioactive leaks from Fukushima Daiichi — “There must be a source”—300,000,000,000 becquerels a month thought entering Pacific
@ Waterbug, congratulation!

You Coward!

I asked for a Source of your Claims
and you cant offer them,
so please shut your Mouth,
you are not helpful with your stupid Ideas,
Theories and apocalyptic Visions!

So, i make Holidays, thank you for a calm Christmas!!!
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Why do we even let these japs on this site?

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