17 March 2011

great minds think alike

[click image, Daiichi reactors 1, 2, 3 and 4, counting from the bottom up]

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After stumbling across some video blather from Barackenaten about no one in the United States going to be exposed to harmful radiation, my alarm kicked into second gear. These fucks aren't going to get real. Period. It may be true that we will not all keel over from radiation poisoning, and that plutonium is far too heavy to get very far from the reactor, but it is a flat out lie for ANYONE to say we do not stand a chance of getting some darn nasty and long-lasting cesium-137 fallout and not so happy short-lasting iodine-131 fallout.... ESPECIALLY since they haven't contained the shit yet.

I can't believe they haven't dumped mountains of sand and dirt and kryptonite or whatever they used at Chernobyl on it yet. It looks for all the world as though they think they can rescue this plant, restore it to operation. Anyway, as I linked in the updates in my earlier post, the leading edge of the fallout should be hitting California any minute... or very soon... in fact a little blot of it may already have slid over onto Sacramento. So anyone along the coast with a geiger counter, please park it in front of a web cam and start streaming it on Ustream.

The government is NOT going to help.

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Rather to lose credibility if we're wrong than the chance to save lives... three-hour special program on the nukequake and radiation from Truth Frequency Radio, and actually quite informative, worth your time.

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Radiation detected on inbound flights from Japan....

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love, 99
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7 comments:

  1. Yikes!

    Somewhere 1-3 miles from my house!

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  2. This morning's news...

    "You get more radiation from a visit to the doctor's office"

    After years of "Be afraid, Be very afraid" we now hear "Nothing to worry about, go on sheeple!"

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  3. I can't believe they haven't dumped mountains of sand and dirt and kryptonite

    Looks like they are thinking about it!

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  4. No need to worry!

    “There’s always going to be background radiation every day. That’s how you get your sun tan,” said Fire Captain Derek Parker of [Sacramento] Station 7. “It’s a part of life.”

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  5. No, but he has the darkest tan I've ever seen!

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  6. I will then just sit back and hope the buddhas take care of his ass quickly.

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