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Originally posted by safpianist1
I believe the Google Earth image shown is not Fukushima...Go to the coastline and find it just to the south of a town called Futaba which is east of Koriyama...
Originally posted by StealthyKat
Exactly! I tried to find out if radioactive material can be seen at night, but not IN the light....but NADA so far. This could be an illusion after all, but I am still going to keep an eye on it....because....well....I'm 99% convinced....but that 1% keeps nagging me.
Originally posted by Human0815
reply to post by pasiphae
I just read about "the Light" from the Reactor in Chernobyl,
they saw it a Night Time
A big Fission will produce a Temperature of 2.500- ca. 3.000 Celsius,
this will alter the atmospheric Condition a lot!