posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 03:13 AM
reply to post by InterestedReader
Thank you for being more specific, I asked you earlier to do so. Tritium is a hydrogen isotope which, when burned (oxidized), becomes what is known as
"heavy water". Note that "heavy" part. Heavy water is more dense than normal water so tends to sink. There is plenty of tritium in the ocean already.
Tritium is somewhat dangerous at large concentrations but not nearly so much as cesium. The Pacific ocean has 370,000 trillion becquerels of naturally
produced tritium in it. Would you like to compare that to the amount of tritium which has been released as a result of the disaster? Is it harmless?
Not totally, not in Japan. Is it something to panic about in North America? Absolutely not. However, your "source" sure wants us to do that. And to
what end? What's the point? According to them, we're doomed. Apparently. Or do they just want to score hits?
I stand-by my assessment of the article and the TRN web site, and did so without denigrating it as a "hoax," or referring to it as "stupid" or
claiming you "don't know what you're talking about."
This gravitational effect will affect earth's oceans, tides and therefore, the weather. The gravitational effects will put incredible stress on
earth's tectonic plates, causing earthquakes on a scale never before experienced in modern history and volcanic eruptions, as magma is literally
pulled by the other planet's gravity.
Clearly, this new, rogue planet is already well-within our solar system and is heading in the direction of earth.
It is a hoax, and it is stupid, and you don't know what you are talking about.
This conversation is terminated.
Okey dokey. Enjoy your nonsense but don't expect everyone to swallow it. "Blocking Venus", indeed.
edit on 1/28/2014 by Phage because: (no reason given)