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11 Facts About The Ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Holocaust That Are Almost Too Horrifying To Believe

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posted on Aug, 25 2013 @ 11:09 AM
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Look, I already called your bluff, yet you continue on with these shennanigans.

This is my final reply . You are either deliberately choosing to fudge the figures, else hace little understanding in how these systems operate.

During the day, when energy can be collected, and is being using, the battery will drain depending on the continuous rate of converted energy harnessed, over the rate of stored energy being utilized. Therefore, your reasoning is bogus. It only holds true for periods where overcast is total for extended periods of ti.e.

You fail to mention if the system is off grid, or integrated. There are so many holes in your reasoning that attempts to prove a jaded view that it's hard to even read it through.

Do your freaking homework. Go look at all the people who have already run the figures through, obviously much more in depth than you or I. Then come back and tell us where they have gone wrong. I challenge you.

As is, your reasoning is simply too poor to take seriously.




posted on Aug, 25 2013 @ 11:20 AM
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No bluff. I gave you the numbers. I apologize if they don't say what you would like them to say.

I actually am doing my homework... for my BSEE from UAH, which I have a chance to get after 30+ years designing and building electronic circuits, most of those dealing with power transmission and switching. And to be honest, it's kinda fun... answering questions about stuff I have been doing for so long with the occasional interesting bit of information thrown in. Thank you for the concern.

If you really want me to go over some proposals, feel free to post them... I'll be glad to do so... but you might want to make a new thread; we're already pretty far off topic here.

TheRedneck



posted on Aug, 25 2013 @ 01:46 PM
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Originally posted by BlueMule

When humanity is staring at its own extinction, it will have a choice. It can either tap into the paranormal powers of our collective mind, which it normally represses, and which are up to the Fukushima challenge many times over. Or it can let itself be destroyed.


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So how to tap into these paranormal powers? And what are they? And how do they work?
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posted on Aug, 25 2013 @ 11:12 PM
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Originally posted by SheopleNation

Originally posted by votan
everybody dies. Live your life the best you can till then. yeah it sucks but there is not much you can do about it now.


I know you mean well and that you're trying to be positive, but sticking your head in the ground and pretending that everything is ok is exactly what the deciders want us all to do. They have sent a gag order to their media tycoons and Politicians (who both they own by the way) and I am sure TEPCO will be giving plenty of back door hand jobs by creating thousands of Swiss bank accounts for some of the career criminal liars who occupy our Government. As long as the blood suckers get to wet their beaks, to hell with the rest of us and our families.

So what, we are just going to sit back and allow these assholes in the Governments of the World and at TEPCO to destroy this planet because they don't want to lose any trade money, be dishonored by asking for international assistance, or be sued by acknowledging responsibility by actually taking any action whatsoever? Well people, If we do that, then we have collectively become a weak species.

Let our selfish controllers consider this as well. There are future humans (well maybe) and other life that might want to enjoy what this planet has to offer just as we all have been fortunate enough to do. Right now, We need to do whatever it takes to stop these destroyers. I really wish I had the answer to this problem, but a suggestion is that we throw TEPCO out on their asses, other than consulting, then the World Nations all Unite in order to find a solution to Fukushima.

Know what I really wish would happen? I wish some Advanced Alien Species would come here and stop these lunatics and save Planet Earth. I know it's wishful thinking, just had to say it. Nothing wrong with having a dream, but oh what a dream it is. Ok, I am done now my friends. ~$heopleNation
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well, what good does all their money do them if they will die too?? chernobyl was suppose to kill us i think.... we are still here.. it did affect many people however. Long term what will it mean?? long term.. when did that happen 86 87?

throwing TEPCO out would just make room for new destroyers to come along. TEPCO is not the first and it is not the last. Unlike people like you(i assume) and I who just want to have a nice happy life with our family.. some strive for money, power and to make their mark in the world. These people are the ones that make things happen in the world.. both bad or good. these people will always exist..

depending on what you believe. .

worst case scenario we die and life continues to evolve on earth without us.

best case we evolve/adapt w/e to the changes we have caused on earth.

if we can't survive maybe we were not meant to be here.... so unless you can be sure that no one will change the world for the worst..... worrying about what you cannot change is not a good thing. you live a life of worry. in that case what is the point of living.

how does it go??

accept the stuff you can't change change the stuff you can and know how to tell the difference something like that

w/e

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posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 04:59 PM
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Well I don't think or worry about Fukushima 24/7, but it's always in the back of my mind. More so when I am passing by all the fish and shell fish in the grocery store.

The fact is, The Pacific has been contaminated. This has been going on for over 2 years, that's not good. Certainly the people of Hawaii, and out here on the West Coast, will pay in one way or the other when it's all said and done, and no, I don't want to leave it in TEPCO's hands. They have accomplished absolutely nothing since the disaster happened.

I guess at the end of the day, your own signature proves my point.
~$heopleNation




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