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Is fukushima an extinction-level event?

 
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12/29/2012 05:57 AM
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fukishima is the greatest ecological disaster in human history and will kill billions.
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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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But here is the good news ,the very people who built the Fuku power station have been hired ney nominated ,nope still not right word, they have been chosen by the government too build ours ,it fills me with so much confidence to know that they are doing it ,i may as well just sign my house and my life over to them now and cut out the middle man,5a
When the seventh seal is opened, I will deliver terrible punishments upon the earth because of disobedience. This punishment will be so severe that it will decimate huge populations ....eekerstard also
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12/29/2012 05:58 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.
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yes
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12/29/2012 06:00 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
How about the over 700 radioactiv items russia dumped in the sea.Among those items is 2 reactors with spent fuel inside.
We need to get together and start cleaning this planet.
Fuck the politics Fuck the religions fuck the sandman.
We need to wake up.
One Planet One people.No Earth no Home.
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12/29/2012 06:00 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
@ 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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30760504


how do you know whose lying and whose telling the truth?

not one fuksuhima post is ever worth reading becuase they become these childish, ignorant arguments about whose lying and who isnt.

why so much hate for anyone posting from japan? isnt the point of discusion about hearing other peoples opinions, maybe getting to hear some voices from japan about whats going on here?

really, whats the point if your all gonna be so stupid about this topic?
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12/29/2012 06:02 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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rofl

I really doubt that Japanese using Glp to
talk about F'Shima!

But you cant see it,
maybe you are blind. chuckle
Soma/Comatose
If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong.

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12/29/2012 06:02 AM

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What do plutonium particles smell like?
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You're kidding, right?

Ever smelled a dead cow?

Cow Lick


















Good Lord, where do these people come from?
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12/29/2012 06:03 AM
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I know that many People don't like it
but where is the Evidence that the MOX
left Reactor Nr.3?


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during all of the explosions you had plutonium flying
all over honshu island...wtf
Anonymous Coward
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12/29/2012 06:03 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
How about the over 700 radioactiv items russia dumped in the sea.Among those items is 2 reactors with spent fuel inside.
We need to get together and start cleaning this planet.
Fuck the politics Fuck the religions fuck the sandman.
We need to wake up.
One Planet One people.No Earth no Home.
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I agree with you
but too many People here are just Stupido!
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12/29/2012 06:05 AM
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I know that many People don't like it
but where is the Evidence that the MOX
left Reactor Nr.3?


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during all of the explosions you had plutonium flying
all over honshu island...wtf
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putin
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12/29/2012 06:13 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
It sure is if we continue this way.

The msm is doing a great job keeping everybody (mainstream) distracted with filth like Honey Boo Boo and redneck idiocracy like that.
They are really doing well in keeping us updated in the latest gosip and other useless bs so we don't have to think about scary stuf like all getting killed from some far away disaster.
I'm not really surprised everybody is getting diagnosed add and things like short to no attention span, it's exactly like tv, people think like how tv is programmed nowadays, so it's not strange that no sheeple have an attention span longer then 2 seconds and are diagnosed add or asperager.
As long as you vote for americans next .... you'll be fine, your gov't is taking care, just move along and don't ask questions or you'll be put on the next flight to gitmo.
"If History is thought with oppression, war and genocide, then how else would the future be?"

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12/29/2012 06:14 AM
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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
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Whadya mean going to go nova?
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12/29/2012 06:15 AM
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What do plutonium particles smell like?
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Dunno bout the smell but it's meant to taste slightly metalic.
Anonymous Coward
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12/29/2012 06:19 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
It sure is if we continue this way.

The msm is doing a great job keeping everybody (mainstream) distracted with filth like Honey Boo Boo and redneck idiocracy like that.
They are really doing well in keeping us updated in the latest gosip and other useless bs so we don't have to think about scary stuf like all getting killed from some far away disaster.
I'm not really surprised everybody is getting diagnosed add and things like short to no attention span, it's exactly like tv, people think like how tv is programmed nowadays, so it's not strange that no sheeple have an attention span longer then 2 seconds and are diagnosed add or asperager.
As long as you vote for americans next .... you'll be fine, your gov't is taking care, just move along and don't ask questions or you'll be put on the next flight to gitmo.
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Thats odd, the main stream media in Japan wont shut up about fukushima.
Nanna-Ree

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12/29/2012 06:33 AM

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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
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What do you mean by Nova? Is the plant still running 26 years later?
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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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i have always wondered if it was to blame for my thyroid condition that i told i have 6 years ago....i lived in south wales uk and was age 7 when it happened...i have no thyroid conditions in the family......
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12/29/2012 06:35 AM
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What do plutonium particles smell like?
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Chicken!
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12/29/2012 06:44 AM
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At least the Russians had the balls to try and build a sarcophagus as soon as possible. The Japs send in robots and lie about how bad it really is.
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12/29/2012 06:48 AM
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What do plutonium particles smell like?
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Chicken!
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Imo. Cooper!
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12/29/2012 06:50 AM
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Re: Is fukushima an extinction-level event?
@ 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


When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth...

You claim it is "not an ele"

However you provide no logically respected arguments in how tepco will be able to decontaminate the planet, decommission the reactors and conquer every obstacle in their path along the 40 year estimated decommission plan they have proposed.

There is no absolute safety or guaranty that another 'suspected' geological event will not take place in this time line. (think tsunami).

Furthermore There is a 0% probability in predicting such events. There is no containment to date which is moderating current date radioactive emissions.

economically, physically, and geologically the situation is statistically escalating. To which an e.l.e. event is either unfolding or (has already taken place).

So what you are truly saying is that "you" "hope" that the situation is not becoming or "already has become" an ele.

Which many users here do.

However again this is your "hope";

Logically, I see no reason to "expect" any direct intervention of such an event taking place until the situation is adverted...

TO further my point: the very situation is dependent on a collaboration of the worlds largest nuclear and radio-biological communities; Whom have yet to produce a course of action that gives tepco's staff the ability to perform a task as simple as entering the lower floors of the unit 1 reactor facility at fukushima.

Take that into your consideration...
Not a single physical or technological outlet gives mankind the ability to even enter and fully investigate the facility.
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12/29/2012 06:51 AM
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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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Hey, you are not kidding JAPAN, when told the walls around FUKUSHIMA Daiichi were to low to prevent flooding during a tsunami....what did the Japanese do.....fire a town mayor that raised his cities walls high enough to survive the last tsunami.....you are right....the Japaneses stupidity level never ceases to amaze....
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I will just leave you with this quote by the most famous nuclear technician of all time whose knowledge is a must at times like these "You know boys, a nuclear reactor is a lot like women. You just have to read the manual and press the right button". ... Quote by Homer J Simpson .
When the seventh seal is opened, I will deliver terrible punishments upon the earth because of disobedience. This punishment will be so severe that it will decimate huge populations ....eekerstard also
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@ US..... 420,
of course i hope that we have a future,
i am not a Enemy of the Human Hive
and our/ the whole Planet!

I am going conform with the Tepco-, IAEA-,
NSA- and MEXT Reports that the nasty Stuff
is still inside of the Containment because after
a few Month of Panic and careful Research
i decided for me that it is true and many
of the People here or on other Forums are wrong!

There is no eminent Authority who said that
the Fuel is gone, not even one but there are
countless People like that Oz-Clown from Perth
who claim something without providing proof,
and "countless" is even wrong, the number of
this People is very small!
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12/29/2012 07:24 AM
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And that no one is able to enter the Facility
is wrong, the People are "inside" of Daiichi
and even touched the Containment,
they are unable to go inside of this Containment
but this is normal!
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12/29/2012 07:36 AM
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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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this entire fiasco is a legitimate extinction event, yes indeed

this is it!

do you in truth imagine that the NWO crew would ever be allowed to live long enough to rule in the fashion that they've displayed to date?

oh hell no, ain't gonna happen

this period of despair is being allowed to foment the end of this Age and it will be called accordingly as was building number SEVEN

capisce?
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Why,yes....yes,it is. May not be immediate but it IS happening. Look at your shrubs.
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this entire fiasco is a legitimate extinction event, yes indeed

this is it!

do you in truth imagine that the NWO crew would ever be allowed to live long enough to rule in the fashion that they've displayed to date?

oh hell no, ain't gonna happen

this period of despair is being allowed to foment the end of this Age and it will be called accordingly as was building number SEVEN

capisce?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30211343


Well if it is the end just remember that US/Israeli paranoia(stuxnet) is partially to blame. Thanks again guys.
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@ US..... 420,
of course i hope that we have a future,
i am not a Enemy of the Human Hive
and our/ the whole Planet!

I am going conform with the Tepco-, IAEA-,
NSA- and MEXT Reports that the nasty Stuff
is still inside of the Containment because after
a few Month of Panic and careful Research
i decided for me that it is true and many
of the People here or on other Forums are wrong!

There is no eminent Authority who said that
the Fuel is gone, not even one but there are
countless People like that Oz-Clown from Perth
who claim something without providing proof,
and "countless" is even wrong, the number of
this People is very small!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30887249


All we know in truth is that a large amount of that 'nasty stuff was released, and continues to be released'.

If I were you I would spend more time studying the effects of 'that nasty stuff' And less time commenting on the topic; This is of course until you learn the full reality of the situation.

In my opinion, 'that nasty stuff' is already effecting / and harming the entire planet. Which was confirmed by the above named sources" Tepco-, IAEA-,NSA- and MEXT;

So in all reality it is always going to be subject to opinion as to what will happen.

However

since I admit:
That it may not end up being an ele.
(although I truly feel it will if not already is).

You should openly admit that:
each and every day the potential for an ele taking place, is heightened. (if one has not already taken place)...

This is because the amount of nasty stuff being released everyday is adding to the situation; While in addition to the continuing contamination, 99% of the decommissioning has yet to unfold (via the 40 year estimated decommissioning plan).
All this leading to further potential consequences and future dangers in respects to the facility via mechanical, geophysical, and technological folly.

And to respond to your second post:
I didn't mention that it was the containment that was inexcessible... I mentioned lower levels of the reactor. (floors). Which are still flooded and highly contaminated. Much like numerous areas are on the fukushima site map.

To which human intervention is deemed "too high risk" at this present time; (1.9 years) after the initial crisis...
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12/29/2012 08:05 AM
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@ US ....420

I said so;"The Situation is serious and can change
in the matter of Minutes, the Potential for a Extinction
Level of Japan is still here"!


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@ US ....420

I said so;"The Situation is serious and can change
in the matter of Minutes, the Potential for a Extinction
Level of Japan is still here"!



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until i see pictures of your shrubs im calling you out.

tomato
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