The Fukushima fall out news just keeps getting worse and worse. More wildlife is being affected adversely and it will soon hit us at the top of the chain.
Seals and other sea-mammals are dying or starving. Could more great whites come up to the NE and start chomping on you guys?
If these mammals aren't dying, they're suffering from "beta-burns". This is not the same thing as when Yankee calls you Francis or Francene, but open wounds from proximity to beta-emitters (not Yankee's mom). These seals, sea lions and polar bears will be dead soon too. The fisheries will be hard hit. The migratory fish will spread the radiation far and wide and we'll all get a taste of it in 15 or so years.
Basically, you get bit by a shark on the east coast: Japs fault
Fisheries depleted: Japs fault
Cancer in 15 years: Japs fault
So can we get over this North vs. South thing (notice how it's never South vs. North.... freakin bullies) and just be mad at the rest of the world again?
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This affects us all
Aug 30, 2013, 05:19 PM #2
we already nuked them twice.
Aug 30, 2013, 05:54 PM #4Member
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Aug 30, 2013, 05:59 PM #5
Just enjoy every sandwich and never waste a hard-on. And if you feel lazy and its 2 feet and the winds on it, still go out there and surf.
The world is big and evil and full of oozing stuff that kills all kinds of life. And the Taliban.
Aug 30, 2013, 07:33 PM #7Senior Member
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Aug 30, 2013, 07:40 PM #8
My favorite part of that whole article/opinion piece: "Scientists say the only safe level of radiation is zero."
LoL! Any scientist that thinks there is a way to get zero radiation contact in nature, shouldn't be called a scientist.
Aug 30, 2013, 07:49 PM #9
Also, Manisses, let's be serious - it's extremely difficult to not waste a single stiffy. Agree about the surfing though...