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originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: Fallingdown
The Original Post is about United States nuclear testing, try reading it.
According to a Fox news article I was reading the other day,
across the globe, there are 10 UN member countries with NO (0) recorded COVID-19
All Pacific Ocean islands, they are:
Republic of Palau
The Republic of Nauru
The Republic of the Marshall Islands
The Republic of Kiribati
The Solomon Islands
The Independent State of Samoa
The Republic of Vanuatu
The Kingdom of Tonga
NO COVID INFECTIONS, NOT EVEN 1
I noticed where all of these places were...
It occurred to me that each of these islands were
directly involved in the Nuclear testing from 1947 through to the 60's.
They are noted to have had strict border control in the pandemic, but I do not
believe it is a coincidence they were also ground zero for the worst nuclear
pollution we have ever done on this Earth.
Most were ground zero blast sites or under atmospheric tests and all were involved
with the fallout.
Other notable sites of nuclear radiation.... As of Aug 15 2020
I do not know if there is any correlation here, but the cases are low.
SITE Cases Deaths
Hiroshima 452 3
Nagasaki 204 3
Fukushima 128 0
Chernobyl (no specific data found, needs to be looked at)
What do you think ATS? Does this simple data show a possible correlation with
vastly reduced COVID infections at sites where massive radioactivity has occurred?
If so, it warrants a lot of further study.
P.S.: It should also be noted that the state of Nevada does not seem to follow any correlation, as we all know that this is where
the first A-Bomb were tested.
Their tests also showed that Bikini Island contained up to 1,000 times more plutonium than was discovered at either Chernobyl or Fukushima (the Japanese prefecture where an earthquake set off a nuclear disaster in 2011).
Cancers associated with high dose exposure include leukemia, breast, bladder, colon, liver, lung, esophagus, ovarian, multiple myeloma, and stomach cancers.
Have you considered that perhaps it is because they have tiny populations who are poor, and don't travel, and nor do people want to travel there?
originally posted by: charlyv
originally posted by: MRinder
a reply to: charlyv
So are you proposing we nuke ourselves to prevent the spread and decrease the death rate from Covid?
If so, sounds like sound Democrat thinking to me.
Are you f# kidding me? Is this what you got out of that?
I am showing a possible correlation with radiation, and nothing more so do not attempt to put words in my mouth. Thanks.
originally posted by: Fallingdown
a reply to: AugustusMasonicus
Fukushima fall out spread 6800 miles .
You didn't even understand what I posted apparently it went over your head. Take a look at the GIF again see if you can figure it out . 😂
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: charlyv
Nevada had over 1,000 detonations in the NNSS, including 100 that were aboveground tests. That's a lot of radiation going around from tests, and quite a bit of fallout. They currently have 66,087 total cases, and 1200 dead.