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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Nuke plant neighbors totally trashed

Their whole village is now a permanent exclusion zone. They can't even bury their dead.

Comments (6)

Dr. Michio Katu: "3 raging meltdowns."

And if the plant personnel are forced to give up, it'll lead to "a far worse catastrophe than Chernobyl."

Well, at least we could finally get beyond those Chernobyl comparisons that irritate so many people.

The good news: American workers to the rescue! Let's put it on the line. If our people shut this mother down, they split a billion dollars. Are you in?

Just read this:

"A recent chemical spill at a water treatment facility in Rock Island, Ill., required the assistance of an emergency relief crew decked in the very same type of hazmat suits being worn by workers at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant in Japan. Except instead of radiation, the leaked chemical at the water plant was actually hydrofluorosilicic acid, a chemical fluoride component commonly added to drinking supplies for the stated purpose of preventing cavities. This fluoride chemical is so hazardous that it actually began to burn through parking lot cement in Rock Island before emergency crews arrived on the scene."

Thanks for the laughs, dman.

For a minute there I thought you were citing a credible source of information. You do know that chemical dilutions are often used in in consumables, where their more concentrated forms are potentially dangerous, right? Check out your Cherios. Trisodium phosphate is an ingredient. Do you wear rubber gloves when you snack on them?

Ever swam in a chlorinated pool?

Gotta be really sad living in such constant paranoia.

"We're already poisoning you in so many ways -- so you're not allowed to say anything if we add one more."

PDXLifer I was just providing the link that starbuck was trying to post. Yes too much H2O can kill you. Your snark is misdirected.

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