posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 02:38 AM
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Originally posted by Sabel
wow, thats cool. But even at 100micro siverts/h you need to stay there for 10h to get nausea from radiation poisoning. But I guess its not that
healthy in the long run with increased cancer risk and such... though its really cool to see how exponantially the radiation is increasing the closer
they get. From 10uS/h to 100uS/h in a couple of hundred meters.
Any dose is bad. Here is why. Please read.
Biological effect begins with the ionization of atoms. The mechanism by which radiation causes damage to human tissue, or any other material, is
by ionization of atoms in the material. Ionizing radiation absorbed by human tissue has enough energy to remove electrons from the atoms that make up
molecules of the tissue. When the electron that was shared by the two atoms to form a molecular bond is dislodged by ionizing radiation, the bond is
broken and thus, the molecule falls apart. This is a basic model for understanding radiation damage.
Even small amounts of radiation can cause damage to organic material.
Radiation causes the molecular bonds between atoms to break.
Picture your super complex and long DNA strand.
Now picture a bunch of radiation bombarding it.
Now picture your DNA strand melt.
Have a nice day.
Thought I'd quote your response as it is thoughtful, and since phage has gone dumb since his 'the radiation reaching the US will be dispersed and
harmless' remark, a few weeks ago.
Today I looked at some evergreen shrubs, as I do every day when inhaling my healthy tobacco rations. It rained hard last night, and all the new growth
has turned brown, limp, and dead, overnight. These are 40 year old shrubs which sport vivid green plumage all year long, even in -30 Fº temps. The
bushes I cite are twelve feet apart and have received no 'feeding' or treatment that could have caused this, this burning. Across the yard, identical
plants show new growth that is wilted, not yet brown. I'll be watching. Maybe the rain pattern collected more of the 'harmless dispersed' radioactive
uranium and plutonium because of the walls of the house being nearby? The new growth usually stands tall and straight on these plants. All new growth
is wilted, and the browning on the ones near the house is quite remarkable.
What could have caused this? I am near Chicago.
I am losing any sympathy for Japan, because they are complicit in a world wide cover up which will affect us all, I don't care what phage has to say.
He is misleading us here. But nevermind that, let's pay attention to how Father al gore has vanished again, vaporized from all that clean, safe,
carbon free heat. Bastards. Even in a best case scenario, wherein no nuke mishaps occur...they wrap the poison in glad wrap which is good for about 40
years, because that's about how long they intend to be in power, or alive, while knowing full well that the stuff will rupture and be radioactive, for
thousands of years. Meanwhile, local cops still respond to snitch complaints about someone having an outdoor fire.... Frack tptb. Frack them
absolutely. They are insane.
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