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Feb 6

The World is Your Radioactive Oyster

mrbaxter:

This is an image of the nuclear tests conducted by the Soviet Union in various places under Soviet control during the Cold War.

http://climateviewer.com/3D/

The following will change your perspective of -life-as-you-know-it-.

A friend shared this Google Earth, Climate Viewer app. where…

Nuclear Truth: Atomic disaster (full documentary) (by MsMilkytheclown1)

Sep 5
dom72:

did-you-kno:

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Chernobyl, only ONE reactor went to full meltdown…. 20,000 years
Fukushima, THREE reactors went to full meltdown…
 

dom72:

did-you-kno:

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Chernobyl, only ONE reactor went to full meltdown…. 20,000 years

Fukushima, THREE reactors went to full meltdown…


 

Aug 4

Entropy Wins: Civilisations Decline: Genetic Mutations From Nuclear Radiation Worsen Over 22 Generations.

wotfigo:

Photo; Chernobyl Victim

One might think that in forests far away from Chernobyl that these rodents would react positively to these improved radiological conditions. But the mutations and the genome fragility have increased over 22 generations in populations of voles studied by Goncharova…

THIS PDF ON RADIATION AND THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY WILL BLOW YOUR MIND.

“We have radiation with us, we’ve always had some radiation with us, and it’s an added risk. The people deserve to know what the risk is, and they should make the decision on how much radiation they want to take or are willing to take, and there shouldn’t be any cover-ups. There shouldn’t be any withholding of information. The people themselves should decide on their own future and the future of their families.” A quote from Karl Morgan reproduced from Fallout: An American Nuclear Tragedy (Fradkin).

thesmokingspear:

Comparative graph of radiation, including the radiation emitted from Fukushima Daiichi and Chernobyl 

thesmokingspear:

Comparative graph of radiation, including the radiation emitted from Fukushima Daiichi and Chernobyl 

Mar 7

Purposefully Untitled: The Chernobyl Legacy... How Soon We Forget.

katearoni:

People ask me why I am so “obsessed” with the disaster in Fukushima. “Do you have friends in Japan?” they ask. ”No,” I say. “I don’t have friends in Japan. I am a human being.” And we have been here before… how soon we forget.

Chernobyl Legacy by Paul Fusco: Photographer Paul Fusco faces…