Will it affect the West Coast of the North American Continent? If it does it will very small in nature.
How you and vanity making out on that other thread? lol
PRESS CONFERENCE ON FUKUSHIMA WITH HELEN CALDICOTT
PRESS CONFERENCE ON FUKUSHIMA WITH HELEN CALDICOTT - Project Nsearch (external - login to view)
I must say this nuclear fiasco has me worried about the future.
Who the **** would leave for an extended period of time without opening the barn-door. And why aren't these people putting the survivors down. If/when they reopen Japan no more beasts of the field as their care-taking skills don't rate them any higher than an open-water fisherman. I hope they are leaving some Jones-town kool-aid for the dogs that are running wild in the exclusion zone.
The last vid I posted had assurances that North America was quite safe for now and some way into the future under current conditions. The fellow (expert) on the left several times mentioned 'other radiation' that we might be under yet he never really specified what those causes were. If that means radiation doses are accumulative then going for MRI's and other things might be a tipping point for some. Is that when we start our clock ticking?
Not quite yet Bill. However there are so many that are aching for this to really be a disaster.
Nobody that knows ANYTHING about nuclear power generation expected that plant to blow up. It had no capability at all of becoming an atomic bomb. Only alarmist fools thought that it could.
I will remind you that Chernoble killed no one, other than the people actually working to stop it. Three mile island did not damage anyone at all.
Your panic, and your ignorance, do not help at all. Instead, it simply gets in the way of those that know what they are doing, and are working to stop this from becoming an environmental nightmare for a while.
Over a million have died, dig your head out of your ***.