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Chernobyl ..... Watched 1st Episode / Who ever says Nuke plants safe full of sh*t !
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But no place would be safe if they all melted down.

WOULD BE A ........ E.L.E.

Life is not going to end because power plants melted down in the USA or even all over the world but cool story bro, chuckle

Yeah..the space program's "air" condos off the coast of the iss will keep life sustained for a few months.
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Life is not going to end because power plants melted down in the USA or even all over the world but cool story bro, chuckle

Yeah..the space program's "air" condos off the coast of the iss will keep life sustained for a few months.

Cut the program. Chechnya ia off.
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Yeah..the space program's "air" condos off the coast of the iss will keep life sustained for a few months.

Cut the program. Chechnya is off.

Take the area.
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Yeah..the space program's "air" condos off the coast of the iss will keep life sustained for a few months.

Cut the program. Chechnya ia off.

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A.I. will handle that when it feels the time is right.
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3 mile was first...
Wow.. I did not think it was that old.
Three Mile Island accident March 28, 1979
The Chernobyl disaster, 25–26 April 1986
Fukushima nuclear disaster March 11, 2011

There is another never spoken of, Santa Susana Los Angeles, late 40s or early 50s, it was an experimental Sodium cooled reactor, it was very bad.
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Three Mile Island accident March 28, 1979
The Chernobyl disaster, 25–26 April 1986
Fukushima nuclear disaster March 11, 2011

There is another never spoken of, Santa Susana Los Angeles, late 40s or early 50s, it was an experimental Sodium cooled reactor, it was very bad.

Information about reactors is restricted, troglodyte.
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There is another never spoken of, Santa Susana Los Angeles, late 40s or early 50s, it was an experimental Sodium cooled reactor, it was very bad.

Information about reactors is restricted, troglodyte.
Santa Susana Field Lab, 1959 partial meltdown at SSFL.
could be the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history.
Surpassing the radiation released during the Three Mile Island accident.
The Goiania Accident, a level 5 event.

The Santa Susana Field Lab went into operation in 1947
and would eventually become home to 10 experimental
nuclear reactors as well as the site of thousands of rocket,
energy and weapons tests.
https://data.nbcstations.com/national/KN...ar-secret/
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Information about reactors is restricted, troglodyte.
Santa Susana Field Lab, 1959 partial meltdown at SSFL.
could be the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history.
Surpassing the radiation released during the Three Mile Island accident.
The Goiania Accident, a level 5 event.

The Santa Susana Field Lab went into operation in 1947
and would eventually become home to 10 experimental
nuclear reactors as well as the site of thousands of rocket,
energy and weapons tests.
https://data.nbcstations.com/national/KN...ar-secret/

The thing about radiation is it is just energy packets of particles.
What happened to all that energy?
If the half life is thousands of years why are they no longer hot spots at those locations?
Even if they remain hot, what is the side effect that is so harmful to a human, yet life continues on as if it was just another day.
It is all just fear mongering, invisible boogey man particles, chuckle
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The old designs are certainly not safe.

There are designs for molten salt reactors that are perfectly safe, but we don't build those. I guess safe power plants just aren't cool these days.
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Santa Susana Field Lab, 1959 partial meltdown at SSFL.
could be the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history.
Surpassing the radiation released during the Three Mile Island accident.
The Goiania Accident, a level 5 event.

The Santa Susana Field Lab went into operation in 1947
and would eventually become home to 10 experimental
nuclear reactors as well as the site of thousands of rocket,
energy and weapons tests.
https://data.nbcstations.com/national/KN...ar-secret/

The thing about radiation is it is just energy packets of particles.
What happened to all that energy?
If the half life is thousands of years why are they no longer hot spots at those locations?
Even if they remain hot, what is the side effect that is so harmful to a human, yet life continues on as if it was just another day.
It is all just fear mongering, invisible boogey man particles, chuckle

I guess you know nothing about bioaccumulation of radioactive isotopes, particles that give off immense ionising radiation and its effects on the human organism. These are not assimilated into the organism, nor can they be eliminated from the body, the free radicals continue to ripe apart the organism and go to and fro within ones physical body for the duration of ones life, which is effectively shortened by virtue of these harmful free radical isotopes emitting tons of ionising radioactivity, and being the primary agents of cancer and its causal influence, the main factor for its continued increase.

Read: All About Radiation, Man's inhumanity to man.

https://stss.nl/stss-materials/English/B...201957.pdf

Excerpts:

”Tiredness, exhaustion, hopelessness and apathy all go hand in hand. These are the Four Horsemen of today. If I tell you that one of the most important parts of human thinkingness is the ability to confront a future, or to have a future or to find a future, and if I tell you at the same time that nuclear fission says to you: "you will have no future," you can at once see that it has depressing aspects which have not been broadly presented to the world.

A man's future normally depends upon his own actions, his ability to get on with his fellow men, his ability to do work, to make himself personable, to maintain his home and raise his family. Not so long ago, in the South West part of the United States- which is incidentally saturated. with radiation at this time - a medical doctor, an apparently sane man, after investigating the effects of radiation on health and the way it influenced the future, shot and killed his wife, five children and committed suicide, leaving a note saying that there will be no future for this race.

This is fairly grim. Hardly anybody knows anything at this time about nuclear fission. Hardly anybody has any idea of what it is doing and here is probably its greatest menace. It is something which hangs in the air, something which sneaks in upon you, touching you and of which you aren't aware.

We have Man living in a mysterious world. He is getting sick from types of illnesses which his medical doctors do not glibly diagnose. The doctor says it is gastro-enteritis but of an unknown kind since he has not seen it before, and the patient has the idea that it may be radiation that is making him ill.

Because he does not know and because this cannot be proven easily and because some governments today have been somewhat less than straightforward on this subject, there is no easy way to know what is taking place.

In other words, a man raises his family. He has lots of children running around. They are going to go to school and he goes to work every day to get money to support his family. He wants his children to be healthy and one day they are sick. He cannot understand quite how or why, but one day he realises that there is a high probability that his children will never grow to maturity. They are growing into a world which will not be there and he says, "What is the use then? Why should I raise this family? "
That is very depressing and fills one with grave concern. I would never join the ranks of those who attempt to drive people into hysteria simply for their own gratification or political ambitions; I would at least attempt to discover and let people know the truth - truth without hysteria or question marks.”



What is Radiation?

”Radiation is either a particle or wavelength, nobody can say for sure. One moment everybody says it is a wavelength and the next they say it is a particle. Let's define it as a capability of influencing matter, and that that capability can be exerted across space.

A bullet can influence matter and the only different definition we would make in atomic radiation is that it does it more so. Shoot a man and he dies. Spray a man with radiation and he dies more slowly, but he dies.

A man does very specific things in the process of dying from atomic radiation. He dies in a certain way. The oddity is that if you throw a handful of bullets at somebody he doesn't get particularly upset as the bullets are just being tossed at him. Supposing tomorrow you throw another handful at him and repeat this for some days; he would simply say that somebody every day throws bullets at him. All those bullets never did add up to being shot with one bullet. That is the single difference with atomic radiation. Today we throw a few rays at somebody and tomorrow we again throw a few rays at the same man and continue for a while doing this, and all of a sudden he dies as though he has been shot with a bullet. In other words, radiation is cumulative.

If one wants to know exactly what it does and how it does it, one would go to listen to any nuclear physicist giving a technical lecture on the subject. There are all sorts of interesting data about it such as that if one took uranium and refined it one would get an intolerant element known as plutonium. If too much plutonium gets smashed together with too much plutonium it explodes, gamma rays sprays about, other elements are influenced and so forth. Plutonium is an intolerant element, artificially manufactured and very intolerant of itself.”
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All About Radiation 1957 Orig - OCR

https://stss.nl/stss-materials/English/B...201957.pdf

Excerpts, continued:

The Public reaction to Atomic Radiation.

”The public reaction is best expressed by men of the press and these have a tendency to fight back against the government releases. Governments say that although they don't know what the Roentgen ® count must be in order to be fatal, they nevertheless feel, by experiments which they have.not made, that the amount of radiation in the atmosphere at this time will not kill, deform or derange more than 6,000 babies in the coming year.

The press gets hold of this and quite righteously criticises this statement. It asks: ”Where is your data and what is it? How do you know? What do you mean supposing that 6,000 babies are not important? Supposing one of them was yours?”

The Question Mark.

Out of this we get a tremendous question mark.
WHETHER RADIATION IS FLOATING ACROSS THE WORLD OR NOT IS NOT THE POINT. THERE IS A QUESTION MARK FLOATING ACROSS THE WORLD. Is it, or isn't it there? The question mark is radiation itself.

How Radiation hurts a human body.

How does radiation hurt a human body? Nobody can tell, but the following may be crudely stated. A sixteen foot wall cannot stop a gamma ray but a body can. We thus get down to our number one medical question: How is it that gamma rays go through walls but don't go through bodies? We can plainly see that a body is less dense than a wall.

We have to go into the field of the mind if we can- not find out the answer in the field of anatomy.

Resistance.

I can fortunately tell you what is happening when a body gets hurt by atomic radiation. It RESISTS the rays! The wall doesn't resist the rays and the body does.

A gamma ray doesn't often settle in the body. It goes through but its passage through the body creates a sensation of some kind, which if too recurrent, is resisted on the part of the cells and the body. This resistance itself brings about the stark chaos that one observes in ”no future.”

The reaction of the mind to the bomb is that we have co no future I I any more. The body says, ”Stop the gamma. Stop, stop ...." and as this is going on all the time when we are bombarded with radiation, the body finally says, "I am stopped." The body senses that there is an influence around it which it must stop because its survival is being endangered. It feels that it must resist the rays in one way or an- other and the body gets hurt.

Oddly enough Cosmic Rays and X-rays act the same way.

The Slight Effects of Radiation.

The slighter effects of radiation, very generally and rapidly, takes on some of these aspects: hives, skin irritation, flushes of one kind or another, gastro enteritis, sinusitis and" colds," colitis, exhausted achy feelings in the bones, glandular malfunction, and so forth. We are here looking at effects one would nor- mally experience from an overd.ose of radiation.

The Serious Effects of Radiation.

The serious reactions of atomic radiation all sum up to cancer - bone cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer and so on. If a medical doctor inspected this very closely he would find that leukaemia had an association with cancer.

Cancer merely says" We cannot go on. Procreation from here on is impossible on a cellular level.'" The cells feel that they can no longer procreate and instead of procreating in co-operation with the body the cells simply procreate in a wild and. abandoned manner in some other direction. In other words, the cells are driven into an independent action or reaction in the lines of growth.

That is one type of cancer. The other basic type is simply erosive, corrosive, death of tissue, malignancy.

Both are associated with ”no future” as a mental reaction.”
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The thing about radiation is it is just energy packets of particles.
What happened to all that energy?
If the half life is thousands of years why are they no longer hot spots at those locations?
Even if they remain hot, what is the side effect that is so harmful to a human, yet life continues on as if it was just another day.
It is all just fear mongering, invisible boogey man particles, chuckle

I guess you know nothing about bioaccumulation of radioactive isotopes, particles that give off immense ionising radiation and its effects on the human organism.

What is Radiation?

”Radiation is either a particle or wavelength, nobody can say for sure. One moment everybody says it is a wavelength and the next they say it is a particle. Let's define it as a capability of influencing matter, and that that capability can be exerted across space.
Yes being a nuclear technician and working with things you get to see the reality and the effects of the elements, and how interaction can influence the organisms.

Here is a simple question for those theorists, is radiation a particle, wavelength or a field, and how would one know the difference.

Because most do not understand the difference that is when the fear takes over.

What happens in a nuke reactor is a particle based interaction, the energy that is radiated is based on the particle of released energy.

Do not ingest them and to not inhale them and you will be fine, that is why it can be contained.

A new technology is being used at Fukushima for contaminated sea water, to rapidly decay the particles and transmute them into inert elements, it is simple and cheap to replicate this also for home use.

But fear sells and fear controls people, so why would they want to give that up, chuckle
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There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
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Just watched the first episode of the Mini Series Chernobyl on HBO


Who ever says Nuclear Power plants are safe are full of sh*t !

If something goes boom the doom is worse then the good.

You have no money and you have HBO?
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