CaptainCore wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 4:55 pmJesus H Kerist the fake news you yanks swallow, no wonder nobody is complaining.. Here in Europe we're still suffering the increased Cancer rates from Chernobyl, I hate to ruin your day but Fukushima has kicked out 100 times what Chernobyl did and they still haven't even got a lid on it so they can start to remove the fuel rods..
Eating a banana FFS -really.
Lets just get the spelling bee out of the way right now. It is puerile, not 'peurile'. And it is "half-witted" not 'halfwitted'. Not that I care about your spelling skills, but you started this one.
What, exactly are you trying to say? Do I need a few drinks to dumb me down to understand that one? Seriously, what are you saying by that?
So...........These two quotes from you in the same thread. Are the guys in Hood River and Pistol not "yanks", as you put it? Who do you think are the "yanks" that are swallowing the fake news???
Nope, this one you can credit directly to Greenpeace, and not public pressure - pressure as in the 'concern of the people of Brittan'. The British people would have had no idea of what their government was doing, had it not been for a few informants and Greenpeace. And I bet those 'informants' are in some of those barrels being kept nice and warm by the other nuclear waste at the bottom of the North sea. The (Greenpeace) video I posted a link to was what the world saw, back when there was still 'pseudo' freedom of press in Brittan. Had it not been for that video, the Brits (without the public's knowledge) would still be dumping the waste in the North Sea.
Let's do a thought exercise! Hypothetically, if Dungeness A and B get hit by a freak tsunami, and are sent into a state of meltdown like Fukushima, who do you think the Brits are going to call for the robotic technology to even figure out where the control rods are? Maybe Japan? And just a side note, Japan was the world leader in the robotic technology before Fukushima. And even after more robotic R&D specifically for the Fukushima accident, their robots still do not remain functional for long enough to do anything about the issue, other than show where it is.
For this you get a rare emoji from me.
Well, like all things it started in the pub with an old boy knowing I travel and sail all over, wondering if I was concerned, which like most folk I wasn't. I haven't been to Japan in ages, nor the West Coast of the US since 2014 and I had no Pacific plans in the immediate future even though SWMBO wants to revisit Hawaii. So I started a bit of googling it being Xmas, no wind and I was bored. The first thing that sprang up ironically was the Irish Sea where I'd just been two weeks earlier on a kite demo, so that went down well, but back to the picture. I thought it gave an overly dramatic view, but is quite eye catching and serves its purpose which was to attempt to tease out some facts. Lots of folk on this forum are quite clever and some a hell of a lot better informed than me and lets face it we all have a vested interest in keeping our playground as clean and as pleasant as possible.bragnouff wrote: ↑Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:24 amSince you know that this impressively colourful map is totally irrelevant to radiation, and was only used to fool the ignorant masses who can't read a key properly, please explain why you felt the need to include it in your argumentation.
Sure we need to be worried, but we also need to understand the proper facts, rationally.
ftfySir wrote:I know the half life of [s]seizium[/s] caesium ...
Sir wrote:But seriously I've been around a while, and cancer levels seem to be at an all time high, the number of friends and acquaintances that have departed this mortal coil recently ex windsurfers mostly is upsetting, and in other walks of life also.
Wait, you mean radiation levels aren't measured in centimeters?!?!?!??
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