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post #11 of 46
Thread should be locked for overreacting. We in the USA will be fine, and we know that.The media is just blowing it out of proportions to make more money,
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post #12 of 46
How convenient... completely skips Vancouver
post #13 of 46
Calm down lol..Media once again is fear mongering, sure the radiation is a problem but stop getting all doomsday about it. What we are being told now will change tomorrow, heck the wind direction may change and just blow it south across the pacific, so stop coming to conclusions you have nothing to base them on yet.
post #14 of 46
I seriously do not like living in the US anymore beause of sensationalism like this article. It's a travesty of journalism and doesn't deserve to be called such.

On a lighter note, I will be looking to investing in shares of companies trading in Iodine as I no longer see an ethical problem with taking advantage of panicky idiots.
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post #15 of 46
I'll bet the "level blue" radiation is far less than the radioactive material that blew of the US after we bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It's probably far less than wafted over from H-Bomb tests in the Pacific.
post #16 of 46
Oh great, more manipulation.

Given that the people in japan and in the plant are still alive is a very good sign that it isn't a concern.

Quote:
The forecast does not show actual levels of radiation,
What is the point of posting a map like this if they use arbitrary units? If their real intention was to shot "potential path of plume" they might as well have shown a map of the trade winds that blow across the pacific.
    
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post #17 of 46
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so 6 reactors not just 1 and 1000s of spent fuel rods is nothing to worry about.


Quote:
Originally Posted by kaxel View Post
I'll bet the "level blue" radiation is far less than the radioactive material that blew of the US after we bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It's probably far less than wafted over from H-Bomb tests in the Pacific.
your are uneducated and mis-informed
a bomb expends all its fuel and hardly releases any radiation.

A nuclear power plant has a very very slim chance of exploding and instead goes though a meltdown process letting off high amounts of radiation.

But again people are commenting and they really have no clue about nuclear physics

If you think radiation is harmless you are a moron, all radiation is harmful.

Radiation is extremely fast small moving particles that disrupt your cells on a vibrational frequency.

Causing mutations, cancer and etc..
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This is about as believable as all the 2012 rumors
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post #19 of 46
Quote:
Originally Posted by finalturismo View Post
Nothing that will cause death... at least i hope...
but 20 years down the line cancer cancer caner.....

Chernobyl spread radiation for 1000s of miles, this is on a whole new level

If people are telling you dont worry etc... wright them off, because they are uneducated.

Go read the effects of low levels of radiation

Yes low levels of radiation will not kill or make you sick.

But any type of radiation contact starts to break down DNA, the risk associated with it are much more extreme than smoking.

But even low amounts of radiation has extremely bad consequences down the line...

Its just not immediate

Ex rays last for a second. This is a constant dosage, and wide spread food and water contamination.
I find the many typos, lack of grammar and complete disregard for whole-truth and posting half-truths make your entire post pretty moot.

This is not on a "whole new level." Chernobyl EXPLODED. The Fukushima reactors are far from that. There are lots of differences in this situation and you're sensationlizing this just like Faux news would.
post #20 of 46
Consider the source... The NY Times.

I wish they would hurry up and go out of business.
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