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Is fukushima an extinction-level event?

 
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Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
An estimated 400 - 600 pounds of plutonuim nano-dust was released from the Fukushima reactor #3 explosion. Scientists say that only 200 pounds of the nano-dust is required to kill off the human race.

Americans inhaled an estimated 10-15 plutonium particles after the Fukushima explosion. Only 1 particle is required for an almost 100% chance of lung cancer.
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12/28/2012 11:38 PM
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12/28/2012 11:40 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Why,yes....yes,it is. May not be immediate but it IS happening. Look at your shrubs.
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12/28/2012 11:44 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
For the United States YES IT IS. Study The Plague of Hail mingled with fire and lightning in the book of Revelation and Exodus. You will understand.


In Revelation there is a great earthquake followed by the Plague of Hail mingled with fire and lightning! This plague caused a great drought, and killed a 1/3 of All birds in the air, fish in the see, plants in the field, cattle in the field and mankind on the entire earth. so what does that say about North America. It is an ElE for the north america

After this plague is 3 days of darkness, In the book of revelation, in some places a year is a day and a day is a year. The three days of darkness are three years of media blackout by Obama!
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12/28/2012 11:46 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
9 lbs of Mox plutonium is enough plutonium to kill every man woman and child on the entire earth if properly dispersed.
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12/28/2012 11:48 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
great news, everyone!
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12/28/2012 11:49 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
What do plutonium particles smell like?
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12/28/2012 11:50 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
An estimated 400 - 600 pounds of plutonuim nano-dust was released from the Fukushima reactor #3 explosion. Scientists say that only 200 pounds of the nano-dust is required to kill off the human race.

Americans inhaled an estimated 10-15 plutonium particles after the Fukushima explosion. Only 1 particle is required for an almost 100% chance of lung cancer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1076652


Not saying i don't believe the numbers but do you have a link for some info on this hf
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
An estimated 400 - 600 pounds of plutonuim nano-dust was released from the Fukushima reactor #3 explosion. Scientists say that only 200 pounds of the nano-dust is required to kill off the human race.

Americans inhaled an estimated 10-15 plutonium particles after the Fukushima explosion. Only 1 particle is required for an almost 100% chance of lung cancer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1076652


Not saying i don't believe the numbers but do you have a link for some info on this hf
 Quoting: Dapurps


well there is 180 thousand lbs of mox plutonium at that site so that number is probably way under estimated.
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What do plutonium particles smell like?
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Death
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12/28/2012 11:55 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
What do plutonium particles smell like?
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Death
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I was serious, does it have any odor?

Cause if there were nuclear material in the air wouldn't monitors pick it up?

I life on the West Coast and have been concerned about this Fuckushima disaster ever since the quake.
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12/28/2012 11:58 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


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12/28/2012 11:59 PM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Probably not
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

:ftwpanda:

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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
What do plutonium particles smell like?
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Death
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30760504


I was serious, does it have any odor?

Cause if there were nuclear material in the air wouldn't monitors pick it up?

I life on the West Coast and have been concerned about this Fuckushima disaster ever since the quake.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31047157


You won't smell it. You'll never know you breathed one in until it kills you. And then they'll tell everybody that you died from smoking. If you don't smoke, then they'll tell everybody you died from second hand smoke.
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
no. just grotesque mutations all over the place.
maybe they'll be "good" mutations?
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no. just grotesque mutations all over the place.
maybe they'll be "good" mutations?
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Glowing SuperPowers! superman
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


bumpbumpbump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
 Quoting: Dapurps


their core (4) has not gone china syndrom yet
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


bumpbumpbump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
 Quoting: Dapurps


their core (4) has not gone china syndrom yet
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Nuclear power is one of the dumbest things on this planet.
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

:ftwpanda:

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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
9 lbs of Mox plutonium is enough plutonium to kill every man woman and child on the entire earth if properly dispersed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30760504


There ya go...Slow but steady.
My plants are dying. My shrubs are yellow and almost dead.
Welcome to the new life. It won't be pretty from here on out.
Good luck.
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


bumpbumpbump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
 Quoting: Dapurps


Over 1,000,000 to date.. but when this blows again as it will, not to mention all the land that has gone to waste in many contries.
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


bumpbumpbump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
 Quoting: Dapurps


The Chernobyl disaster is widely considered to have been the worst nuclear power plant accident in history, and is one of only two classified as a level 7 event on the International Nuclear Event Scale (the other being the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011).[1] The battle to contain the contamination and avert a greater catastrophe ultimately involved over 500,000 workers and cost an estimated 18 billion rubles.[2] The official Soviet casualty count of 31 deaths has been disputed, and long-term effects such as cancers and deformities are still being accounted for.
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9 lbs of Mox plutonium is enough plutonium to kill every man woman and child on the entire earth if properly dispersed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30760504


There ya go...Slow but steady.
My plants are dying. My shrubs are yellow and almost dead.
Welcome to the new life. It won't be pretty from here on out.
Good luck.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3650237


What part of the country are you in?
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
Are you people fucking nuts...

If you don't remember there is still another bigger one in RUSSIA that is going to go Nova Any year now,

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So quit worring about just Japan, because between them both,

Were all dead we just don't know it yet..

So get outside of the box and get this Tread pinned..
Because it would seem you have all forgotten about 1986 And the E.L.E going on in russia


bumpbumpbump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
 Quoting: Dapurps


The Chernobyl disaster is widely considered to have been the worst nuclear power plant accident in history, and is one of only two classified as a level 7 event on the International Nuclear Event Scale (the other being the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011).[1] The battle to contain the contamination and avert a greater catastrophe ultimately involved over 500,000 workers and cost an estimated 18 billion rubles.[2] The official Soviet casualty count of 31 deaths has been disputed, and long-term effects such as cancers and deformities are still being accounted for.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12774950


Ya i read that on Wiki just wondering if they still had it running and from the post above it seems so.
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
7 billion people on this planet, and Nuke power plants everywhere, oil leaking into the ocean everywhere- People are the extinction event- collectively all of the things we do, but yes, esp. nuke power plants, because we can NEVER CLEAN THEM UP! NEVER.
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This should be pinned for awareness. Since they don't talk about it on teevee it slips from popular thought. This is the biggest threat to life on earth there is.
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My interruption may be rude, I assure it is not my intent. I simply cannot take it anymore. For it seems I will no longer contain myself in your Signature's presence without offering the proper respects it deserves.
That is fully the best signature I have seen.
Please continue discussion on the more pressing issue.

The Regan Ship I think is the one Dr. Deagle was mentioning (without naming it) post tragedy. He was saying their were sailors not allowed back in after surveying the damage and they were getting sick.
Proximity to particle may cause ill effects, but inhaling just one is lethal, no?

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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
7 billion people on this planet, and Nuke power plants everywhere, oil leaking into the ocean everywhere- People are the extinction event- collectively all of the things we do, but yes, esp. nuke power plants, because we can NEVER CLEAN THEM UP! NEVER.
 Quoting: SpiderJones


we have really fucked up this planet... think of all the useless junk we buy that we dont need. We need a roof over our head and food to eat thats it..
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 Quoting: Dapurps

My interruption may be rude, I assure it is not my intent. I simply cannot take it anymore. For it seems I will no longer contain myself in your Signature's presence without offering the proper respects it deserves.
That is fully the best signature I have seen.
Please continue discussion on the more pressing issue.

The Regan Ship I think is the one Dr. Deagle was mentioning (without naming it) post tragedy. He was saying their were sailors not allowed back in after surveying the damage and they were getting sick.
Proximity to particle may cause ill effects, but inhaling just one is lethal, no?
 Quoting: TastyThoughts


yes
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
so in summary, were all going to die, were all going to die bloody ages from now, and we wont be certain what killed us.

the stupidity levels never cease to amaze me.

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