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Oklahoma City hit with DANGEROUS RADIATION levels from Rain on Aug 6th 2011 [VIDEO]

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posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 01:05 PM
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wow,,,they call u Einstein?,,,lol,,,some people know math,,,u do math,,




posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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Originally posted by BobAthome
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wow,,,they call u Einstein?,,,lol,,,some people know math,,,u do math,,


Hah, I had to work it out like 6 times and I keep rechecking my decimal points.

I suck at math.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 04:59 PM
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I've looked around a bit. This is an original thought but seems like it's pretty much common sense considering the circumstance.

I haven't found really anything addressing this, I don't know what types of radionuclide would float, or sink, or whatever. But as you mentioned they have admitted to dumping thousands of tons of contaminated water - Green Peace and other organizations have found almost unfathomable increases in radiation levels in sea water.. It seems only natural that evaporation and rain would keep stirring the pot and re-distributing the fallout.

The reason I bring this up is because I have no idea what effects, if any, this would have on radionuclide content in rain, but we've had a week of rain storms in Utah that originated off the Pacific and then continued heading east by southeast.. I know it seems crazy but I forbid my kids to go out in the rain and avoid it myself unless absolutely necessary.
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posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 10:50 PM
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Originally posted by ANNED
first his meter is set on microsieverts(mcSv)
this is 1000 times lower then millisieverts(mSv)
this is 1000,000 times lower one sieverts(Sv/)

1 Sv=100 rems

if you eat a banana every day is equivalent to 3.6 mrem per year.
Maximum allowable exposure for U.S. radiation workers 50Sv/yr

You are exposed in a CT scan to about 15 mSv

Now to cover the video rain absorbs radon gas and will absorb radioactive dust from coal fired power plants.

you have 6 coal fired power plants within 150 miles of Oklahoma City.


www.blackcatsystems.com...


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