posted on May, 17 2012 @ 07:28 PM
Interesting thread here. I've also noticed the fact that according to TEPCO, radiation seems to have been a harmless thing to the Fuku-50 or 20 or
whatever they're up to now for the guys working that place. You'd think all that started and were on site the day the reactors went into Meltdown are
still there and just working away. Perhaps that's true.....but...perhaps I'm also Bill Gates using a clever disguise to just mingle with the normal
For all the reports of the only deaths seeming to be from physical trauma or other purely mechanical means, (unrelated to the puddles of melted goo at
the bottom of at least 2 of the 4 lower reactors..and maybe all 3 that went), I can recall reports like the one describing one of the workers stepping
in water that blew their dosimeters right off the curve and had their handhelds just sounds like a long endless TONE, rather than the clickity clack.
Oh..but I guess that guy and the partner who was described as being in the same room both just went about their business with nary a care between
them. Still working hard over there, I'm sure...
The propaganda here isn't that people are dying, it's the claim that people AREN'T. Personally? I don't know what to make of the reports of radiation
effects across the lower west coast and interior of the U.S.. I lean toward paranoia and hypochondria myself. Not because it isn't GOING to happen at
some point but simply because the environmental readings flat out don't support that for radiation around us to be exposed TO....yet. Alaska? Well...
That's a whole different matter and by currents and weather patterns, they get it right after the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula. How is
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky? Anyone heard from that area in this context, by the way?
That's all just my views and opinions. Take it for what it's worth.
edit on 17-5-2012 by Wrabbit2000 because: minor correction.