posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 03:57 PM
Everything is radioactive.
I wouldn't know if background would be flat lined if we took out things like space based radiation, we never took measurements and formed a large
database on this information until after we started polluting the environment.
I seriously doubt it would be flat lined because there are always exceptions, but at the same time, it would rarely spike to exorbitant levels
(although this is expected because there are quadrillions of particles of thousands of flavors swimming around all of us).
But you gotta be out of your mind if you think the last several decades of just polluting the earth en mass has't affected our readings in any way.
Remember how they keep saying in the science book many of these pollutants last for decades to 100years ++? It hasn't been that long yet since we
polluted, so obviously common sense indicates that they would still be detectable.
However determining the source of that contamination is just about impossible. We have to actually apply common sense to these things sometimes.
Look I am not right about everything, I am just trying to promote thinking and questioning of the lines of BS we keep being fed.
And they keep trying to downplay this and say it's safe, don't be concerned, go back to your tv and pretend nothings wrong. That's ludicrous.
Cancer isn't fun, let me tell you. And in 10-20years it's gonna affect people, theres no telling how many or in what intensity, but you can bet your
bottom dollar it's gonna happen in some respect.
My main goal here is to show people that this technology (nuclear) is far too dangerous and it's accidental pollution affects are far too damaging
and this is a long-term issue rather than short-term.
Yes I do not like coal or oil either, but cmon. The BP oil spill is nothing compared to this nuclear pollution.
I am just really upset and disturbed by the stupidity of us the human race. And I want to see alternative energies that are actually mostly safe on
the long-term such as wind/solar/geothermal/natural gas instituted on a vast scale worldwide.
I think it's time people woke up to smell the radioactive roses and realize we need to change. Sooner rather than later.