Apr 5 - Japan Finds Toxic Fish, As Ocean Radiation Levels Soars 7.5 Million Times Legal Limit

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 7 years ago '10        #41
GriffMcfly 22 heat pts22
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so is the Japanese Times owned by the same guy that owns the ny times?
 7 years ago '04        #42
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we need to learn a lesson from this thats all we can do but sadly we wont
 7 years ago '05        #43
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 MumblesDaHumble said:
And that white dumbass was talking about this being no big deal. japan fu*ked up bad and need to be dealt with by our NUKES!!!!!!!!!!!
You talkin about me f*ggot?



I see your ideas are greatly superior to mine...

Nuke em...

So you find all this radiation bad... but let's nuke em.

There ya go buddy... you're really puttin that brain to work.

This 7.5 million times legal limits is near the plant and around the plant.

Go to the other side of Japan and the level I bet aren't even 1/19374736th that bad.

They just said on the radio, this morning, that the leaking has stopped. So no more water is going into the ocean from the reactor itself. Yes they did dump 11,500 gallons of low level radio active water into the ocean.

But you notice this water test comes out as they do that? And as its leaking?

Give this 1 weeks time and the radio active water will have been so diluted with regular ocean water that the levels will be nearly undetectable...

Sure the fish will still have some radiation in them... but like I said... go to the other side of japan, or even in southern japan and the levels will be no where close to what they go in the north by the reactor.

And at people sayin "they'll come over here and r*pe our oceans"

And we don't already r*pe em?

Gtfoh

Btw... what's better? Burying the water in the ground? Or dumping it in the ocean?

Put it in the ground where another earthquake can crack it open causing it to leak into natural water supplies that the japanese use?

Or...

Put it in the ocean where it won't even be 1 part per trillions?

11,500 gallons of radioactive water vs. 343,423,668,428,484,681,262 gallons of ocean water.

That's 343 billion BILLION gallons.

The amount they put in the ocean is tiny compared to what's really in there.

Read into this sh*t more, instead of being ignorantly blind to the facts.

fu*kin rookies
 04-06-2011, 07:16 AM         #44
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 Freemind said:
You talkin about me f*ggot?



I see your ideas are greatly superior to mine...

Nuke em...

So you find all this radiation bad... but let's nuke em.

There ya go buddy... you're really puttin that brain to work.

This 7.5 million times legal limits is near the plant and around the plant.

Go to the other side of Japan and the level I bet aren't even 1/19374736th that bad.

They just said on the radio, this morning, that the leaking has stopped. So no more water is going into the ocean from the reactor itself. Yes they did dump 11,500 gallons of low level radio active water into the ocean.

But you notice this water test comes out as they do that? And as its leaking?

Give this 1 weeks time and the radio active water will have been so diluted with regular ocean water that the levels will be nearly undetectable...

Sure the fish will still have some radiation in them... but like I said... go to the other side of japan, or even in southern japan and the levels will be no where close to what they go in the north by the reactor.

And at people sayin "they'll come over here and r*pe our oceans"

And we don't already r*pe em?

Gtfoh

Btw... what's better? Burying the water in the ground? Or dumping it in the ocean?

Put it in the ground where another earthquake can crack it open causing it to leak into natural water supplies that the japanese use?

Or...

Put it in the ocean where it won't even be 1 part per trillions?

11,500 gallons of radioactive water vs. 343,423,668,428,484,681,262 gallons of ocean water.

That's 343 billion BILLION gallons.

The amount they put in the ocean is tiny compared to what's really in there.

Read into this sh*t more, instead of being ignorantly blind to the facts.

fu*kin rookies
fu*k Wikipedia

Ol I just discovered the search bar a.ss n*gga
 7 years ago '05        #45
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 ChaosBeats said:
fu*k Wikipedia

Ol I just discovered the search bar a.ss n*gga
Even if its off by 10% its still the same scenario...
Ol' I'm gonna completely ignore the fact that you're probably right a.ss douche bag

Also... most of the time this sh*t is right... I looked over about 5 different sites and they all had the same basic numbers comin up...

So gtfoh


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 7 years ago '05        #46
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Also if that math is correct, and my math is correct...

For every 1 gallon of low level radiation water they put into the ocean there are 29,862,927,600,000,000 gallons of ocean water.

1/29,862,927,600,000,000 is the ratio

So all 11,500 gallons they put into the ocean is about...

.00000000000038509285% of the total ocean.



And like I said... even if the numbers are off by 10% its still miniscule

I'm not sure how I could show once it all gets diluted together... cause I don't know what the legal levels allow... and the math will be a little hard for a phone...

But my guess, if it all get diluted into all of the ocean... it would be well under the legal limit

Just sayin...

But again this will probably get ignored or ill get called a dumbass

Edit... also it'd be hard to figure out the dilution rate because the 11,500 gallons isn't 7.5 million times legal levels....


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 7 years ago '05        #47
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 legendisdope said:
^ i know u get tired of repeatin urself bruh, no point in doin it, people will continue to say da same sh*t in every thread that pops up lol


i completely agree... but maybe a few people read it and actually understand it... and hopefully it spread to other people ya know??

the way all these articles are written they dont explain everything you should know about it.

and it just spreads fear about it. which media shouldnt do
 04-06-2011, 01:27 PM         #48
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some one please explain to me why theyre dumping TONS of radioactive water into the ocean. maybe I'm a bit slow, but how in the hell does that makes sense?
 7 years ago '06        #49
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Godzilla is coming!!!!!!!
 7 years ago '06        #50
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 HHS said:
People talking about shooting into space really have no clue of how much material we're talking about here. That's just a stupid idea.
Of course dumping radioactive material into our oceans is a smarter idea.

Please relocate yourself and all bloodline relatives to the Futuba District.
 7 years ago '05        #51
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 Moc5 said:
some one please explain to me why theyre dumping TONS of radioactive water into the ocean. maybe I'm a bit slow, but how in the hell does that makes sense?
easiest way to get rid of it.... check my post up above this and how little this will actually be once it gets diluted into the ocean.

also burying it could have more problems down the road.

it seeping into water supplies.... another earthquake possibly letting it escape even more...
 7 years ago '04        #52
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 johnny said:
Of course dumping radioactive material into our oceans is a smarter idea.
I'm still not seeing that they had any other option. Shooting it into space makes no sense. Burying it underground is potentially much more harmful. Any plans for storing it would have taken too long. If that water had to go somewhere, there were no good options, and the ocean seems to be the least problematic.

Dumping radioactive water into the ocean isn't good, no one had disagreed with that, but that doesn't mean there was a better option.


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 7 years ago '06        #54
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 Freemind said:
Also if that math is correct, and my math is correct...

For every 1 gallon of low level radiation water they put into the ocean there are 29,862,927,600,000,000 gallons of ocean water.

1/29,862,927,600,000,000 is the ratio

So all 11,500 gallons they put into the ocean is about...

.00000000000038509285% of the total ocean.



And like I said... even if the numbers are off by 10% its still miniscule

I'm not sure how I could show once it all gets diluted together... cause I don't know what the legal levels allow... and the math will be a little hard for a phone...

But my guess, if it all get diluted into all of the ocean... it would be well under the legal limit

Just sayin...

But again this will probably get ignored or ill get called a dumbass

Edit... also it'd be hard to figure out the dilution rate because the 11,500 gallons isn't 7.5 million times legal levels....
Yes to the math, but how do you measure the effect on the "Food Chain?"

That stuff does not disappear.

If contaminated fish are eaten by other fish, whales, humans, birds etc... Then the spread just continues.

...Personally, I'm not too confident that it can just be diluted and forgotten about.

The thing about this situation is that it's never happened like this before.

No one knows what it's going to boil down to....

An excerpt from what I read yesterday:

250,000 years of radiation

...Sullivan explained that when dealing with long-lived radioactive materials, in addition to carcinogens there are inter-generational effects that include the mutation of the genetic structure of life.

“This is permanent and irreversible,” she added.

....Sullivan uses Fukushima reactor No. 3 as an example, because it is fueled with Mox fuel uranium and plutonium. Plutonium has a half-life of 24,000 years, which means it is carcinogenic and mutagenic for up to 250,000 years, or 12,000 human generations.

A radioactive half-life means that in this case, in 24,000 years, half of the ionizing radiation will have decayed, then in another 24,000 years half of that radiation will decay, etc....

Source:


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 04-06-2011, 06:22 PM         #55
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Damn, I gotta move back there in June. I love the fresh seafood too.
 7 years ago '10        #56
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what would you have did with the water? not dump it? boil it?
 04-06-2011, 08:18 PM         #57
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That picture is scary as hell! not good... not good.
 7 years ago '04        #58
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thats a ugly a.ss fish
 04-07-2011, 10:30 AM         #59
CoolGrey11s  OP
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so the green sh*t around the fish is the water? wow.
 04-11-2011, 10:19 AM         #60
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 ghost8 said:
There's not to many places in the world where you could bury radioactive waste. If you bury it underground, you run an even greater risk, contaminating drinking water.
Yeah but if it's in containers, it wouldn't mix into the soil and water.
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