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Is fukushima an extinction-level event?

 
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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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Yah wait until the lawsuits hit japan. you will be finished
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12/29/2012 01:04 AM
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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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Yah wait until the lawsuits hit japan. you will be finished
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yeah, im under my table cowering in fear of GLP predictions.
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12/29/2012 01:07 AM
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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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Yah wait until the lawsuits hit japan. you will be finished
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yeah, im under my table cowering in fear of GLP predictions.
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fuck off shill china will handle you
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12/29/2012 01:39 AM
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12/29/2012 01:40 AM
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sheesh:)
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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.
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Not saying i don't believe the numbers but do you have a link for some info on this hf
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[link to agreenroad.blogspot.com]
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12/29/2012 04:14 AM
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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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Yah wait until the lawsuits hit japan. you will be finished
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yeah, im under my table cowering in fear of GLP predictions.
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lmao


DON'T BELIEVE A DAMN WORD ON THE WEB SITE
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12/29/2012 04:56 AM
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My shrubs totally disintegrated today. It's so weird. They were giant shrubs, and the next day it looked like some giant animal had stepped on them. When I touched them, they fell apart...brittle and dead.

I am very worried about my tomato plants. I think one is growing a parasitic twin.
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12/29/2012 04:59 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
I know that many People don't like it
but where is the Evidence that the MOX
left Reactor Nr.3?

There are only a handful People who claim
this but all of them failed to show us some
Evidence!

The Situation in F'Shima is serious but never
a Extinction Level, don't believe everything
what you read, for example Cp's Threads!

The Problem in the West is that they really do
not know what's going on here,
but this is the Problem of the West and not
of Japan!

The main of F'Shima is open to and for the
Public and everyone can go there to get
a better understanding!

To understand the Situation of the Reactors
is difficult and not that easy to understand
but everyone of us can ask People who know
what is going on inside of Daiichi.

Don't use Pseudo-Scientific Sites like Enenews
as your "Major-Scource" and be open for
the Reports of the Nuclear Industrial Complex,
mix bith Opinions very well and look further!
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12/29/2012 05:00 AM
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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


of course it was , a ELE, thats the reason they stopped talking about.
it should have been one of the biggest thing to happen to all humans, look at the chernobyl thing it got way more press,
and thye don't really have control over it or the money or the know how to fix chernobyl,
i guess eveyone wants to be lied to.
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12/29/2012 05:02 AM
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yes we ded bye
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Not till the people on the island no longer qualify as being human, making all the ones not on the island even less human than they are.
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
I know that many People don't like it
but where is the Evidence that the MOX
left Reactor Nr.3?

There are only a handful People who claim
this but all of them failed to show us some
Evidence!

The Situation in F'Shima is serious but never
a Extinction Level, don't believe everything
what you read, for example Cp's Threads!

The Problem in the West is that they really do
not know what's going on here,
but this is the Problem of the West and not
of Japan!

The main of F'Shima is open to and for the
Public and everyone can go there to get
a better understanding!

To understand the Situation of the Reactors
is difficult and not that easy to understand
but everyone of us can ask People who know
what is going on inside of Daiichi.

Don't use Pseudo-Scientific Sites like Enenews
as your "Major-Scource" and be open for
the Reports of the Nuclear Industrial Complex,
mix bith Opinions very well and look further!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249


WOW,
dude,
just say no to drugs,

shurely don't know how you could be so missinformed,
but please don't shill.
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12/29/2012 05:10 AM
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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


Have to disagree with you here.

Plutonium is a VERY heavy element. The chances of Plutonium particles actually making across thousands and thousands of miles of ocean is remote.
Anonymous Coward
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12/29/2012 05:13 AM
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@ uS...390,
my Opinion have the same Right as yours!

I would even change my Opinion when anyone
show me Evidence that all the Mox is outside
of Nr.3!!!

So, you are free to bring us this Evidence
or be a bit less noisy!
chuckle
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12/29/2012 05:14 AM
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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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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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Don't shrubs often yellow and then appear dead in the middle of winter?
FTM

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12/29/2012 05:21 AM
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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


NO
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12/29/2012 05:30 AM
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@ uS...390,
my Opinion have the same Right as yours!

I would even change my Opinion when anyone
show me Evidence that all the Mox is outside
of Nr.3!!!

So, you are free to bring us this Evidence
or be a bit less noisy!
chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249


Epa air monitoring samples taken in the usa indicate large amounts of plutonium and uranium dispersion via united states radiation monitoring network.

No one said all of reactor 3, nuclear payload was dispersed...

The radiation network has detected plutonium, and uranium.

Also cesium iodine, iodide, strontium, radium ect...

Which are all signatures of Both plutonium and uranium (the primary ingredients to MOX fuel)... To debate your post you must understand the role of nuclear actinides.

Mox fuel would not be on the epa radnet, but its by-products have been found on the usa radiation network, time, and time again. The radiation dispersed has actually raised the background limit in 'every state' on the united states continent. Showing as much as 1000+cpm in the state of texas.
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12/29/2012 05:32 AM
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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


NO
 Quoting: FTM


Actually That statment is true.
[link to www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com]
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12/29/2012 05:39 AM
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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


Have to disagree with you here.

Plutonium is a VERY heavy element. The chances of Plutonium particles actually making across thousands and thousands of miles of ocean is remote.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31039524


Please look up the atomic weight of both cesium, and iodide. Then compare them to plutonium...

You will then understand that the atomic weight of all of the above named elements in no way restricted their ability to travel to the united states continent and beyond...
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12/29/2012 05:42 AM
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@ US .....420,

i understand this all very well after
Chernobyl and F'Shima!

To find traces of this Nuclides is "normal"
after a triple Melt-Down and at least 3
big Venting Operations for each Containment
but what the Op said is a different Dimension!

Anyway: Why do you all do not speak with
a Professor for Medicine, Physics and/ or
Nuclear Technology?

Why do you not speak and discuss this Topic
on nuclear friendly Forums,
this will open up your Brain a lot and you
may understand something you didn't before!

As i said: The Situation is serious
and we will see Death and a lot of Cancer
but it is not a Extinction Level Event!

Also do not forget that the Medicine in Japan
is much better than the Medicine after Chernobyl
1986 in Soviet Russia
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12/29/2012 05:43 AM
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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


NO
 Quoting: FTM


Actually That statment is true.
[link to www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23231420


A. Gundershill and his Hot Spot Lie was already
debunked long ago, look for "The Myth of Fuel Fleas"!
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12/29/2012 05:51 AM
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dont listen to anything posted by japs they are government shill and should be permanently banned from this site.
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A. Gundershill and his Hot Spot Lie was already
debunked long ago, look for "The Myth of Fuel Fleas"!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249


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fukishima is the greatest ecological disaster in human history and will kill billions.
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@ US .....420,

i understand this all very well after
Chernobyl and F'Shima!

To find traces of this Nuclides is "normal"
after a triple Melt-Down and at least 3
big Venting Operations for each Containment
but what the Op said is a different Dimension!

Anyway: Why do you all do not speak with
a Professor for Medicine, Physics and/ or
Nuclear Technology?

Why do you not speak and discuss this Topic
on nuclear friendly Forums,
this will open up your Brain a lot and you
may understand something you didn't before!

As i said: The Situation is serious
and we will see Death and a lot of Cancer
but it is not a Extinction Level Event!

Also do not forget that the Medicine in Japan
is much better than the Medicine after Chernobyl
1986 in Soviet Russia
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249

go away pig post your lies somewhere else, china has plans for you.