Author Topic: 28 signs that the west coast is being absoluely fried with nuclear radiation from Fukushima  (Read 1018 times)

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Offline rangerrebew

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« Last Edit: October 25, 2013, 05:07:54 PM by rangerrebew »
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I may have to chill with eating salmon at every other meal.

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"3. Along the Pacific coast of Canada and the Alaska coastline, the population of sockeye salmon is at a historic low."


Huh?   That's news to us who actually live here.   We have been bombarded with news stories about the great Sockeye and Chinook runs.

Here are just a few of the 2013 news headlines WA & Alaska I was able to locate in just a quick Bing search.

1. Lower Columbia River sees record high Chinook catch, and Buoy 10 is best since 1988

2. Most Fall Chinook At Mouth Of Columbia Since 1940s

3. Statewide salmon harvest tops 2005 record (Alaska)

4. Chinook salmon run at record high



And if that's not proof enough that we are alive and well in the Northwest the Seahawks are 6-1.
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The risks from residual radiation are both overstated and, in many instances, simply wrong.  The proof of that pudding is in the exclusion zone surrounding the old Chernobyl reactor complex:  other than one extremely contaminated site - the Red Forest (so called because of the color of the needles on the pine trees after they died from the radiation they absorbed) - the wildlife in the exclusion zone is doing quite well, thank you.  The wikipedia article on the Red Forest contains links to further information sources regarding the lack of impact from radiation in the exclusion zone.

Considering that Fukushima was orders of magnitude less severe than Chernobyl, it is very unlikely that the radiation released by that accident would have worse effects than the radiation released by Chernobyl.

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Sorry, but this is absolute Male Bovine Excrement.

Do you realize how much radiation it would take to turn the entire Pacific Ocean radioactive enough to kill things?  Water is the greatest moderator of radiation and given the amount that has entered the ocean compared to how much water there is, it is physically impossible.

The amount of radioactive material that entered the Pacific from all of the nuclear tests done in the region from the late 1940s to 1974 is far greater than Fukushima.

This is clearly written by someone with an anti-nuclear agenda who probably can't spell radiation without spell check.
« Last Edit: October 25, 2013, 11:15:08 PM by Atomic Cow »
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Nucular

Is a nucular family one that's spent too much time at the beach bathing in seawater from Fukushima?

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