posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:11 AM
What confuses me is that all legitimate science or historical information indicates clearly that there is real possibilities and high probabilities
that it will turn out way worse than anyone says.
Also common sense combined with weather data indicates that the radiation would indeed spread from the reactor sites and indeed flow over America,
albeit disbursed fairly well.
I just don't get it. Because my brain cannot process or accept the ideas that "it's safe", that "everything's fine", that "Japan will be ok",
or that "fallout is not over the US/Canada right now."
My brain just simply cannot process those ideas. They are inherently illogical, irrational, and incompatible with the facts available about the
history and science behind nuclear technology.
That's why I just don't get the way everyone is downplaying it and treating it like it's not a big deal. Adding this up in a mathematical logical
way, there is no way to avoid the conclusion that a massive pollution event is occurring and ongoing.
I guess I have to get to the point where I have no choice but to dismiss what everyone else says outright. And just start trusting my own instincts
despite any contrary indicators. I know that is brash and I do not like to follow such a route, but when all information being generated TODAY flies
in the face of all information generated over the last 50 years; I can't help but call foul.