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Originally posted by Neo_Serf
reply to post by Jojopin
One enlodged particle of Plutonium in the body will %100 result in cancer, if the many sources Ive been feverishly reading are at all accurate.
The fact that nobody in Japan seems to know basics of reactor accident progression that I learned at Sandia Labs in early 1980s is truly scary, because it suggests they are playing with these broken/leaking reactors and SNF pools inside at least three buildings totally destroyed by steam explosions … as if the reactors and their SNF pools are broken toys that they’re using trial and error to try fixing.
Originally posted by starchild10
Originally posted by Strype
In layman's terms, it takes a while. You're most welcome to remain ignorant while you wait for us to "get back to you." Figured I'd try giving you a head start by pointing you in the right direction.
Well said. I would also like to point out the steady and hideous rise in cancer cases. Now why would that be eh? Let's figure out a common cause here. Oh I know, eating, drinking and breathing!
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Neo_Serf
The body takes what it can. That's just a percentage of what's in the environment. Same principle with carbon dating. Did you know we use the elements you mentioned in dating for older things then carbon can date?