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Posted by T. Keating on April 1, 2011, 8:09 pm
On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 14:31:24 -0400, "vaughn"

"Radioactive Iodine-131 in rainwater sample near San Francisco was
18,100% above federal drinking water standard"
March 31st, 2011

So, I guess all that I-131 in the Frisco's ground water was smuggled
in by submarine???  

The more people look, the more obvious it becomes that the EPA was
lying and hiding the truth.

I would charge the whole lot of them with treason(death sentence).
Right up the chain of command.  

Posted by vaughn on April 1, 2011, 8:46 pm


Your claim was:  "Looks like the Beta count data faked, it probably had a cork

Please give us references to your evidence for the above claim.


Posted by vaughn on March 29, 2011, 3:50 pm

You have things backwards!  It's T. Keating who made the statement:

That's an absolutely wild claim.  He needs to provide a reference, retract the
claim, or disappear into an embarrassed silence.  Folks should not be allowed to
spread such utter crap without being challenged.


Posted by T. Keating on March 29, 2011, 8:47 pm
 On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 11:50:02 -0400, "vaughn"


Japan is a long way from sequestering this nightmare....  

From what I read, reactor #2 has suffered a primary containment
breach.. I.E.  The Core has melted through the bottom primary
containment vessel.

Radiation are levels spiking., which may force total evacuation of the
site.   Whole sale dumping of radioactive core contents into the ocean
is occurring.  

Fukushima reactors have close to fifty times the initial food
chain/extremely dangerous radio-isotope inventory at risk when
compared to reactor #4 @ Chernobyl  (operating @ full power for less
than 2 years prior to meltdown.).  

 Note:  Chernobyl was only a partial release, thus one could add
another 2x-4x multiplier.   And don't forget reactor Fukushima #3 was
fueled with MOX, plus an additional MOX in the adjacent spent fuel

This situation is bad.. real bad..  and it's not looking like it will
be contained anytime soon

Plus one only need look at the REAL consequences of that past
incidents and recognize the reality of the "No Threshold Dose(US NAS)"
to make the proper judgement calls.  

http://books.google.com/books?id=g34tNlYOB3AC&pg=PA209&lpg=PA209&dq=ukrainian+mortality+rate+before+chernobyl&source=bl&ots=O15UfQ1Va7&sig=j1bT3W8gvUron-9osUDCfcMSaio&hl=en&ei=HzuSTfmxGcTagQeDt6AZ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved  CoQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=ukrainian%20mortality%20rate%20before%20chernobyl&f=false

My area South Florida, (~7500 miles distant), just got hit by a third
wave of fallout.

 It's been raining lately, which cleans out most of the airborne
stuff, but now that fallout will be incorporated into the water supply
and the food chain.    Isotope half lifes are long enough to impact
many generations beyond.

Posted by vaughn on March 29, 2011, 10:40 pm

Lots of arm-waving but no support for your claim ">>>>The meltdown in Japan
probably just removed a couple years of lifespan

Please point us to the scientific source where you got that information about
the two years loss of lifespan..


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