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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Rad Chick on Fukushima 5 Year Anversary, Bumped From RT Program After Wanting to Talk About Clinton Emails

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  1. Clinton's emails about Bengazi versus Fukushima are more important because real people were killed in Libya. Anyone wanting to make hay over non human deaths that cant be proven should loosen up their tin foil hat. Rad chick is just another malcontent.

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  2. Traded in my tin foil hat for gold foil to keep out the gamma. RadChick rocks. Clinton's emails show the lies used to keep us uninformed as the powerful jockey for top dog and trash our world.

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  3. Gold doesn't shield gamma as well as lead. Fukushima didn't trash our world. That's like saying a single dollar makes an impact on a pile of a billion dollars. It just didn't make a dent. When antinukes use a NOAA tsunami wave height map as an ocean radiological contamination map, when it's not true, then launch massive disinformation campaigns that benefit fossil, let's get it straight who is trashing the planet.

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  5. Would not wear a lead hat, gold blocks gamma rather well and it looks stylin. Yes, let's get it straight, I said the powerful, playing games of greed are trashing the planet. So much disinfo and so little data to look at.

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  6. The old corporate greed angle. I'm not a friend of business rather, a friend of technology to move the human race forward. Fukushima, while a psychological issue, has not caused world wide devastation as you would want others to believe.

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  7. Fukushima denial may well be a psychological issue, more concerned that ionizing radiation is not contained at Dai-Ichi and spreading into the environment harming life.

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  8. It's not denial if it's not happening. Fukushima did melt, and gaseous fission products went in the air, yet what did not happen is this notion that human life was harmed. There is no direct evidence. It may be anecdotal depending on your news source, however there was no widespread health impact other than what was caused by mental distress and fear. Mental distress is due to overblown and exaggerated claims by antinukes. So your side probably caused more adverse health isdues spreading lies. Its the singkedollar vs billion dollar pile or trillion dollars debt. It's just not an impact as you claim. You want to stop poisoning the air? Stop driving. You're more a part of t gg email problem than you know.

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    1. Bro, you trying to be chitin me? We aint buying it.

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    2. It's not happening. Sorry to bring a dose of reality to you. Fukushima radiation to the ocean is like you giving Trump a buck.

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    3. You have never addresses bio-magnification.

      It is a common process in sealife, some sea life uses Vanadium for an essential blood component, and the biomagnify it millions of times from the background water.

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    4. Bioaccumulation is negligible given the source term. Even conservative assumptions do not put bioaccumulation to where you think it is.

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  9. Hey Stock, kudos to you and RadChick for bringing us this information stored on Clinton's email server. Loose Nuke may not be aware of the health risks but Hillary knew and she didn't even bother to tell Loose Nuke. H

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    1. The health risks are to those on site, not off site.

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    3. Loose Kook, that is not even an argument, just a drive by pot shot.

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    4. It's true. Radiation poses risks the closers one is to the source. Like the TMI unit 1 workers.

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  10. Loose, i got an experiment for ya, drink water with strontium and cesium at the levels currently found off coast of cali, for a year. Then get back to us about those health risks.

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    1. Geerham, you made him drink the blue pill again!!! sheesh, 7 years bad troll now. Even if we find a mutated Clover

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  11. Tell me, Loose Nukes, which hat do you wear? Business is technology’s best friend and technology serves to move business interests forward, not the interests of the human race. Think 7 generations; not just the next quarterly report. So little has been done at the Dai-Ichi disaster site because business and government won’t spend the money to stop that leaking mess and they can pretend that invisible ionizing radiation won’t hurt you. Business and government wear much bigger gold hats than I can afford. They can send in tin foil capped workers to look around and dust the place and they have lead capped scientists pushing technology’s next money making machine forward. Back at Dai-Ichi, they want to dump more tritium because tanks are full; disperse more radio-nuclides into the air with their new incinerator; move people back into areas where they cleaned up all the invisible radiation that won’t hurt you; play with an ineffective ice wall; and quietly ignore the fuel melts that are still producing fission under the reactors, out of containment.

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    1. The world revolves around business. You cant escape it. Fission isn't an inherently bad thing. It occurs in nature all the time. You can't avoid it. So you see your premise is no good. Fukushima 5 years later is a local matter, largely confined to the site boundary. The Japanese obsession with cleanliness as a culture would like to put forth a,massive effort to contain 100% yet it's really not eequired. Maybe 99.9999% is good enough.

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    3. Round and round we go. You must be in the biz too. Fission isn't an inherently bad thing as long as it is contained. Oops, business saved a buck and let it all out. Take the ore out of nature, concentrate it and leave a pile of tailings for your neighbors. Further refine it and make more mess to dump somewhere else. Fission away till it melts down and out. Pretend it never leaves the site boundary and when it does; pretend that it’s safe and of course, legal. Leave the obsessive locals to get sick and clean up for the next 300 years. Maybe get a raise for doing such a good job saving the company money. We can take out the scary radioactive word but it’s still a pile of heavy metals poisoning life.

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    4. Loose kook, you are really pushing absurdity....Like Kan stating that the radiation was contained in the 1.4 Sq kilometer area, and then when he got there, realized he was fed information about the OPEN HARBOUR. Seal that up with a lie now wontcha?

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    5. A billion chickens was pushing absurdity. All depends what you mean by contained. A trickle is contained for all intents and purposes.

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    6. “All depends what you mean by contained. A trickle is contained for all intents and purposes.”

      “con•tain•ment 1. the action of keeping something harmful under control or within limits”

      After the earthquake, Dai-Ichi is not under control. The pro-nuke side has determined that any release is within limits by setting those limits and adjusting laws to higher limits when it suits them. The pro-nuke side hides the real data on radioactive releases from NPPs and accidents; now Loose Nuke calls it a trickle. Will that trickle become an external dose or an internal dose when it falls out in the rain or drifts ashore in contaminated sea foam? The problem with making any kind of risk assessment comes when it's not your life directly and immediately involved but generalized to someone else at some future time.

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    7. Your tin foil hat is on too tight. The hazard is confined to the plant boundary. You need to be more concrete and not so general yourself. If real people died then say so. Air pollution from fossil takes 3 million lives annually. I can be general as well. Just name specific names and we'll documented cause and effects. Stochastic risks based on LNT are unrealistic.

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    8. So far, I’ve asserted that heavy metals are toxic to life and sicken people. No one can prove much of anything when the data is not existent or just not publicly available. Stray electrons make it difficult to approach those piles of heavy metals; humans and robots have failed. Steel and concrete did not contain the energy released by fission at Dai-Ichi when fuel piles were not cooled. The actual source terms of all the radionuclides released would be good information to start with. The initial plumes certainly escaped the plant boundary and dusted invisible radioactive particles over wide areas of Japan and the surrounding ocean filled with tsunami debris. The plant continues to release radionuclides to the air and leaks out to sea. Denying harm to life is just as silly as claiming my nice gold foil hat is just tin foil that fits too tight.

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    9. The data is there for you to analyze. The fact that people with the skill,set to analyze have concluded a different expert opinion than your ideology. Look you can't make stuff up if the data contradicts your assertions. Five years later, there is no ele.

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    10. Loose and Kenny Boy "Our Radioactive Ocean"

      Nuremberg ---think about it

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    11. Some low balled, cherry picked data with gaps and missing data points has been made available to back up the expert opinions offered for public consumption. As long as no human died immediately as a direct result of radiation exposure, everyone should be happy. No ele after 5 years, so no worries. Foolish me, I still think some harm was done by ionizing radiation. Radioactive iodine may have contributed to the 166 thyroid cancers detected so far in the children of Fukushima prefecture. Could the tritium released in the ocean be killing off the fish stocks that mammals feed on, leading to mass extinctions? Will the radioactive noble gas releases that are so safe for humans have any effect on our atmosphere or the ozone layer? Will that tiny speck of plutonium leave a black spot on my lung? Will any of the 2000 radionuclides carried away by the wind and sea become an internal dose to sicken me? No, no, no, no one can prove any direct harm from the uranium and plutonium used in our nuclear power plants; it’s all just poor lifestyle choices; take our word for it, we’re the experts. Use your expertise to shut them down before they explode.

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    12. No I think we all know Mangano cherry picked data to come up with his 14,000 virtual number. Even Scientific American debunked him. Uranium released into the atmosphere from burning coal can also spontaneously fission or create plutonium from fast neutron capture of u238. That's what physics say. There are also please type of alpha products from freed uranium and thorium from coal and ash. 9% of galactic particles are alpha. The fact that I know this and you don't should tell you something. People that think an alpha from cosmic rays is somehow different than an alpha particle from man's efforts really doesn't understand the physical make up of the universe. Everything made from man's efforts also is made in nature.

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    13. No I think we all know Mangano cherry picked data to come up with his 14,000 virtual number. Even Scientific American debunked him. Uranium released into the atmosphere from burning coal can also spontaneously fission or create plutonium from fast neutron capture of u238. That's what physics say. There are also please type of alpha products from freed uranium and thorium from coal and ash. 9% of galactic particles are alpha. The fact that I know this and you don't should tell you something. People that think an alpha from cosmic rays is somehow different than an alpha particle from man's efforts really doesn't understand the physical make up of the universe. Everything made from man's efforts also is made in nature.

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    14. "Everything made from man's efforts also is made in nature."

      Yes, good thing there is usually a magnetosphere and a thick atmosphere between us and the Universe's factory of energized particles. People found out how toxic burning coal is and work to cleanup or stop using it. Running a clean plant is more costly and they can't compete. People are finding out how toxic the nuclear power industry is and will insist on a cleanup or shutdown. Radioactive fallout leaves a dusting of heavy metals scattered to earth that are toxic to life. The nuclear power industry won’t accept any responsibility for the harm those radioactive heavy metals do so they won’t be put out of business. The experts knew how bad nuclear reactions would be outside of containment and built costly machines to contain the nuclear fires. They promised it would never escape containment and they promise it will never happen again. 'Till next time.

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