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The simulations do not include any data assimilation, and thus, do not account for the actual state of the local ocean currents during the release of highly contaminated water from the damaged plants in March--April 2011.
An ensemble differing in initial current distributions illustrates their importance for the tracer patterns evolving during the first months, but suggests a minor relevance for the large-scale tracer distributions after 2--3 years.
Originally posted by proteus33
would this work build a mountain on top of it to contain radiation yes it would be very expensive but really shouldn't that work. something on the order of 30 million metric tonnes i would think should be able to block radiation
Originally posted by PtolemyII
First symptoms of radiation poisoning are hair loss and bleeding gums
Originally posted by Mclaneinc
Jesus, I'm not swimming in a sea where there are Dolphins with rampant erections!
Then again, I'd be f****d either way...
Sorry, thread needed some humour as it was morbid..
Originally posted by MariaLida
New Radiation Readings At Fukushima Strong Enough To Kill A Human In FOUR HOURS!
High radiation readings at Fukushima tanks
6:08am September 1, 2013
The operator of Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant says it has found new radiation hotspots near tanks storing toxic water, with one reading peaking at 1,800 millisieverts per hour - a potentially lethal dose.
Originally posted by doobydoll
reply to post by Mclaneinc
I just hope that the underground bunkers of those that have created this also fail and they get what we do...They truly deserve it, the idea that they could survive and pick up where they left off disgusts me..
I hope they do survive.
I'd really like to see them trying to survive after they emerge from their bunkers - nobody left on the planet to tax except each other, nobody left to put to work except each other, nobody left to parasite off of except each other, and nobody left to fight with except each other.
All the things they like to do to us today, they can enjoy doing to each other when they've killed us all off.
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Nathaniel White-Joyal, Host: It’s clear that the west coast of the United States will be affected by the radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Akio Matsumura, Diplomat: Let me clarify. We are facing global disaster — catastrophe — occurring. From that perspective, over 40 years, 50 years, or maybe 100 years. We cannot escape from this fact. For that we have to keep in mind. […] This radioactive material, or contaminated water, any cases, reach out to your west coast as well. If you are counting on Japan, I can assure you now they do not take serious action.