All The Best, Scientifically Verified, Information on Fukushima Impacts

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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:49 PM
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Oh we cant be naive enough to think its not going to have an affect on us and this planet somehow. Radiations job is to essentially break down matter correct?

Sure its not doing anything.

Maybe the real question is, is anything even really happening because it seems like no one has any idea.




posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:06 PM
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Hoosierdaddy71
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New Mexico was nuked in the early sixties I believe, were you living there at that time? And if I may ask, have you or your family had any negative Heath effects as a result?


I was in NY at the time; the fallout dropped all over the US but mostly in the Midwest area. You've seen this map, right?

nuclear blast video



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:07 PM
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Words without research or links to back them up online are just words, not even useful ones at that. And still not one freaking poster here has bothered to back up anything about their doom and gloom position with ANYTHING that is remotely factual.

I am done here as I have seen all I need to see. I am done.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:09 PM
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Interesting way to handle a thread.

Yes radiation is good for the enviornment.
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:35 PM
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Try doing more than talking and do the research. I have never said radiation was good. I have said quite the opposite. However this does not change the fact that every single one of the pieces of my OP were true. The radiation from Fukushima is not affecting the seafood as of yet.

I suppose a dose of reality hurts some folks that thrive on gloom.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:52 PM
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All The Best, Scientifically Verified, Information on Fukushima Impacts

Good luck with that one my friend. Some people will diluge you with stuff that Tepco has put out and claim that it is gospel.

Personally I have come to find that Tepco is not to be trusted due to they have been caught lying. It really doesn't matter at this point what source you use, there will always be someone who will say its not true.


This whole situation reminds me of a video that circulated around a couple of years ago. It was from a circus. Which is exactly what this situation has become... a circus. The star of this circus is Tepco. Tepco is a monkey that has been trained to ride a bicycle around a track and they do it very well. All the unknowns at Fukushima, (water leaks, spent fuel pools, ground water saturation, etc.) is a bear. Now that bear is riding a bicycle around the track just like the monkey and everybody is going ooooh and aaaah at the spectacle. The monkey comes around a turn and crashes (another serious earthquake, fuel rods become exposed and start to fission, etc.) this causes the bear behind it to crash as well. The bear then starts eating the monkey.


If it weren't so damn real it would almost be comical.

I know it sounds cruel to say, but when I saw that video and the bear crashes and grabs the monkey in its mouth, and the reaction of the people ..... I laughed til I almost puked.

www.youtube.com...
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:54 PM
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Mamatus
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Words without research or links to back them up online are just words, not even useful ones at that. And still not one freaking poster here has bothered to back up anything about their doom and gloom position with ANYTHING that is remotely factual.

I am done here as I have seen all I need to see. I am done.



deepseanews.com...

This link says the radiation is greatly exaggerated. I did my research! Lol



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 10:15 PM
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disregard

I meant to post on another thread, not this one
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 10:56 PM
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He said, she said, dr.joe said.....blah,blah....any single cell moron should be clear on the fact that if you leave the spicket running long enough it will flood the house, yard, and spill into the street. If you wish to buy the 'offical' story from the engineers of this crap, do by all means. I do not recall anyone saying the effects of this will doom all in a week, but even after 3 cores went into the earth's crust, uncontrolled, millions of tons of contaminated cooling water still to this day dumping into the ocean from the spent fuel pools, which are barely contained while they are slowly removing the spent rods. How can anyone say all is well in moronville??? There will be effects, and indicators of cesium contamination, saturation and cell destruction which is traceable from the source. No, the world wont end from this, this week, but there will be long term effects, and it is already in the food supply, and that does lead to chain reaction effects. If you are so damn sure all is grand at the castle, take one of the jobs at the Fukushima site, they are searching for cleanup workers, pay damn good and bennies galore....just sign and witness the waiver......



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:40 PM
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To be fair, I think the OP's point is that a lot of responses to his post are pure conjecture based on people's opinions of what the facts are about the situation. Your posts further prove the OP's points. Such conjecture does not lead to an educated, meaningful discussion of the issues. Instead, it dilutes the conversation and misinforms. I'm sure these insights won't deter the fear mongering based on uncited "scientific" conjecture that runs rampant. There is nothing wrong with stating your opinion, but it is not helpful to present opinion as fact, or fact-based when such opinions do not derive from objective facts. That's just my opinion, though.

OP, thank you for at least pointing to references with verifiable information. Refreshing to say the least.



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 12:02 AM
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Bingo! If I could give you 100 stars and flags I would.

Deny Ignorance.



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 01:15 AM
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You saw it already, D. Suzukis excuse for his Fearmongering:
David Suzuki Regrets Dire Fukushima Warning
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Read what he said:
Suzuki Foundation

Interesting!

And Star and Flag for U.!
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posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 02:34 AM
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Headline news Radiation Is Safe!

Next step, remove all those yellow and black Radiation Warning signs.

Next step, remove all the shielding from the reactors, because it isn't as bad as free thinking people think It is, right!

The nuclear genie came out of the bottle a long time ago, it isn't going back anytime soon.

There is a world of difference between doom porn and genuine concerns. Happily for the average ATS member you don't need to be a research fellow to read between the lines. Want the truth, use ATS along with the rest of the data available out there and make your own free mind up.

Given Tepcos reputation for no, or incorrect information, the majority of people would view anything they said with a degree of scepticism. Given the funding that backs many research and other institutes it would not surprise anyone to learn that, yep, money talks. So, unless you want your funding to rapidly evaporate like a Fukushima cooling pond, keep spouting the party line.

As for Pacific Ocean currents and surface drift, basic open source research using the images function will show you which way things flow out there...

BTW, as I have not accused anyone of being a supporter of nuclear power, I won't need to apologise for that non-event!




posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 03:50 AM
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I am going to throw this out there and leave it. Fukushima is bad, it's very very bad. But it is not the end of the world. The longer it leaks the worse it becomes. The Pacific Ocean will cause the radiation levels to disspate to very low numbers.


How many people are aware of the fact that a nuclear reactor at Ft. Belvoir, Va. (I used to be stationed there) leaked Tritium into the Chesapeake Bay for approximately 10 years?? Did everybody die from that because I never got the phone call.


For about the first 10 years of its operation, the SM-1 unknowingly released tritium into the waters of Chesapeake Bay, until the development of the Packard Tr-Carb detector, which was the first capable of detecting the low-energy beta decay of tritium. The instrumentation in the SM-1 pre-dated the development of solid-state devices and used vacuum tubes.


en.wikipedia.org...

I am against nuclear power, I think it's inherently dangerous because accidents like these are going to continue to happen.

This is not the end of the world as we know it.........but Tepco needs to get a grip on this fast, which they appear to be incapable of doing.


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posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 04:19 AM
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As far as i remember Nuclear Power-Stations are allowed to leak Tritium
in imo high Amounts.

48 NPS from all 65 NPS leaked Tritium in the past and now!
Source



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 04:25 AM
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Human0815
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As far as i remember Nuclear Power-Stations are allowed to leak Tritium
in imo high Amounts.

48 NPS from all 65 NPS leaked Tritium in the past and now!
Source



If I read it correctly, they leaked it totally unchecked for appox a decade because there was no detection device available...





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