Chuck Tall 
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Re: “Fukushima: The Nuclear Disaster That Keeps On Giving

All the water that boils off of Fukushima is radioactive. laced with Strontium 90. Strontium 90 is really bad because chemically it is very similar to calcium and our bodies can absorb it! That steam that is rising off of Fukushima will eventually condense and fall as rain or snow elsewhere. Coating all the vegetation! Getting into everybody's food chain.

One atomic bomb uses something in the neighborhood of 20 lbs of uranium when it explodes. How many atomic bombs worth of uranium are burning in Fukushima???

There is the equivalent of a nuclear war going on over there and our governments are all in denial as are the Japanese!

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Posted by Chuck Tall on 02/23/2014 at 4:31 PM

Re: “Fukushima: The Nuclear Disaster That Keeps On Giving

We cannot depend on Japan to do the right thing. They have been lying to us all along. They tell us the huge strontium 90 readings are in error because their meter is broken. What a farce!!! Is this not important enough to get a working meter!!!

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Posted by Chuck Tall on 02/23/2014 at 4:02 PM

Re: “Fukushima: The Nuclear Disaster That Keeps On Giving

This is an extinction event! At the present time seismographs are detecting micro critical explosions beneath Fukushima. These are small areas where critical mass is achieved and a nuclear explosion occurs which disperses enough material to achieve a sub critical mass. These are nuclear explosions and have all of the radioactive byproducts of an atomic bomb. These explosions and continued release of radiation are going to continue until a) the meltdowns burn through the earths crust and the material is absorbed by the earths core. But by this time the whole surface of the earth will be highly radioactive. (radiation accumulates) b) a huge international effort is made to halt them. Those nuclear fires can be put out with borax! Why is this not being done as it was in Chernobyl?

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Posted by Chuck Tall on 02/23/2014 at 3:53 PM

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