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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    Nihommatsu, Shiroishi, Takahata and maybe Inawashiro. Anything further should be fine
    What he said. ^^^

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    good links brew. I have come across some things, cant remember site that talked about the isotopes changing into more dangerous 'topes that will have half-lives lasting millions of years, there was a term, I need to find an older post.

    I have a hard time believing the data they release isnt politically adulterated before being released

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    You're saying Japan is a democracy like the Yoo Ess Hay? I guess TEpCO is the Emperor there like Goldman Sux is king here. Too big to fail.

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    Good thing my head is on a swivel. I'm going, I'm not going, I'm going, I'm not going, wow this is getting so much more funner for my squirrely brainer tweak wad barf beef chunk. F*ck! Wtf!
    Enjoy!

    http://banoosh.com/blog/2014/01/01/3...ng-west-coast/

    Thoughts Brew? Sorry I keep addressing you, I'm pretty sure you hate me, but your one of the few who are actually paying attention to Fukushima and willing to talk about it.

    It's not like there are any surf destinations in the Pacific anyway. Right guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Good thing my head is on a swivel. I'm going, I'm not going, I'm going, I'm not going, wow this is getting so much more funner for my squirrely brainer tweak wad barf beef chunk. F*ck! Wtf!
    Enjoy!

    http://banoosh.com/blog/2014/01/01/3...ng-west-coast/

    Thoughts Brew? Sorry I keep addressing you, I'm pretty sure you hate me, but your one of the few who are actually paying attention to Fukushima and willing to talk about it.

    It's not like there are any surf destinations in the Pacific anyway. Right guys?
    That article is full of unrelated unproven information, mixed with some actual facts. The author doesn't even understand the isotope he keeps mentioning. Birds in Utah? How would these birds be effected? Are they drinking ocean water? This is why fear monger sites are dangerous. Mix a little bit of factual information with a ton of bullsh1t information, and then people suddenly believe everything.

    By the way, half those links provided go to blogs, where the blog author made their own conclusions based on little evidence.
    Last edited by brewengineer; Jan 4, 2014 at 02:24 PM.

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    The birds in Utah are eagles who eat Salmon which come from the Pacific which is connected to Japan that owns the Nuke site on the coast that has 3 reactors that has melted into a hole in the earth into which millions of gallons of water poured every day. How could you not understand, the article had purdy pics just for you.

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    http://www.pnas.org/content/early/20...21834110.short

    PNAS is as legit as sci can get barring political intrusion:

    The additional dose from Fukushima radionuclides to humans consuming tainted PBFT in the United States was calculated to be 0.9 and 4.7 ÁSv for average consumers and subsistence fishermen, respectively. Such doses are comparable to, or less than, the dose all humans routinely obtain from naturally occurring radionuclides in many food items, medical treatments, air travel, or other background sources. Although uncertainties remain regarding the assessment of cancer risk at low doses of ionizing radiation to humans, the dose received from PBFT consumption by subsistence fishermen can be estimated to result in two additional fatal cancer cases per 10,000,000 similarly exposed people.


    this is stating no extra danger, but it is 8 months old. Id like to believe this, however I am skeptical

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    ^^^^^^ This link that brew just put up had a good chart in the blog about dosages received from common things in our lives.http://deepseanews.com/2013/11/true-...hima-disaster/
    I'm just not certain if we're getting the full disclosure of what's happening and what the ultimate result will be. Just like Brew, I want the facts. That's it. Easier said than done for me, apparently everything I find on the subject is bull**** and I don't dispute that because I don't know. I don't like not knowing about something this serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    ^^^^^^ This link that brew just put up had a good chart in the blog about dosages received from common things in our lives.http://deepseanews.com/2013/11/true-...hima-disaster/
    I'm just not certain if we're getting the full disclosure of what's happening and what the ultimate result will be. Just like Brew, I want the facts. That's it. Easier said than done for me, apparently everything I find on the subject is bull**** and I don't dispute that because I don't know. I don't like not knowing about something this serious.
    It is easy to find the facts. If a news article doesn't lead back to peer reviewed research, performed by legit scientists, assume it is bullish1t. There is a lot of good data out there, and most of it shows the main issues to be localized around the reactor site and near by areas.

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    http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/natur...ers-off-socal/

    Record whale sightings in cali. Read the comments at the end. Funny how Fukishima gets blamed right away. Even though in the article it said during a similar weather pattern in 1984/1985 they had similar whale numbers.