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I just took a look at Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center's HOME-Page ...
reply to post by Tusks
The NETC posts numbers that are measuring different things, collected in different manners, and trying to impart the same significance to those numbers--shear idiocy
reply to post by chrismarco
Because if the ocean and jetstreams and it's irreversible soon plumes of radioactive fallout will hit us and when reactor 4 is going down then $#it really going to hit the.. it's really sad there's only maybe one thing that could clear this. ..
The site is pure nonsense. I can't believe people fall for it. Well, actualy I can.
I find it really funny how people on ATS will get completely bent out of shape concerning where information is gleaned, yet the bigger picture escapes them completely. However, if it comes from a mainstream media source, nobody questions it.
C'mon people. Can you use your brains for something more than nit-picking and bitchiness?
Here's the bigger picture (YES, Virginia, there is a BIGGER PICTURE)....Fukushima radiation is hitting the United States. Not just the ocean, but the air, and in levels that are unhealthy. Are y'all okay with that? Can you help out a fairly new OP, or do you just pile on, complain because the site uses a quote from the book of Daniel in the bible, and then ignore what is being intimated?
The OP posted an OBSERVATION. That's all. Raising a little red flag concerning environmental pollution that can have devastating consequences on our health, on our children's health, and on down the line. Good GAWD some of y'all think you're so smart, but all you do is embarrass yourself with pettiness, snarkiness and meanness.
What would be an acceptable source for an OBSERVATION? The government? CNN? The tumor growing on your neck?
Since some of you apparently are radiation "experts", feel free to post links and / or information which disputes the original source.