posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 03:20 AM
a reply to: theworldisnotenough
"Any way you look at it, if my tap water is getting warmed by radionuclides
It isn't. Why can't you understand that? Numerous people have replied to tell you that it simply isn't possible but you continue on with the drivel
Let us end this once and for:
You claim that your tap water is being warmed by radionuclides. This can only happen one of two ways:
A: Radionuclides are in the water in such amounts as to cause the water to heat up.
B: There is a large mass of underground nuclear material that is putting off enough heat and is in close proximity heat up the water in your pipe.
That's it.. it all boils down to (pun intended) these two possible scenarios. Let examine these scenarios in detail:
A: If there were enough radionuclides in your tap water to cause it to rise in temperature, you would be dead or very close to dead a long long time
ago. This is the same water you bathe in and wash your clothes in, so you would be exposed to massive amounts of radiation 24/7.
B: If there were enough nuclear material in the ground near your water pipes to heat the water inside the pipe, you would be dead or very close to
dead a long long time ago.
Again the title of the thread is: "Does Fukushima Have Anything to Do With My Extra Warm Tap Water?"
The answer is absolutely positively unequivocally NO NO NO NO and NO.
Please stop posting this nonsense. Good grief.
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