Nuclear Radiation Risks

How to protect people in Japan against the nuclear fallout? Just an US aircraft carrier retreated, because they noticed nuclear radiation, quantity of one hour as high as in one month in other times. Rescue practice: to wash skin and clothes daily? To escape to the south of Japan? To leave the whole island, trying to work and live in other countries with no nuclear power plants (Greenland?)

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The aircraft carrier USS “Ronald Reagan” stopped his way to Japan and turned back, because the radiation level was too high!
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photo: this is not the aircraft carrier USS “Ronald Reagan” – but nevertheless, hundreds were needed, to carry away Japanese people like once the Ark of NOAH did …
A-7 Being Launched
title=”A-7 Being Launched” by f0rbe5, on Flickr, sent to my group BLOG IT!
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17 responses to “Nuclear Radiation Risks

  1. related:
    Girls with elephant masks, Japan
    title=”Girls with elephant masks, Japan” by Eric Lafforgue, on Flickr

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  3. I learned a lot.thanks.

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  4. remembering some happy Japanese women we met in Amsterdam, The Netherlands:
    Coco's Clan
    title=”Coco’s Clan” by Frizztext, on Flickr

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  5. Die andressierte Fügsamkeit der Japaner ist in der Tat erschreckend. Während die Bevölkerung des einstigen Kriegsverbündeten Deutschland sich allmählich hat amerikanisieren und umerziehen lassen zu mehr Individualismus und Widerstandsgeist, sind die Japaner immer noch brav geblieben wie damals ihre folgsamen Kamikaze-Flieger. Man duckt sich fast in das Schicksal wie eine vom Kaiser geführte Sekte.
    http://forum.spiegel.de/forumdisplay.php?f=22

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  6. frizz-comment / DER SPIEGEL
    “Der Flugzeugträger USS “Ronald Reagan” hat seinen Kurs geändert…” – vielleicht ist das ein schlechtes Beispiel für alle internationalen Helfer und Suchhunde. Die Regierung Japans möchte auch nicht an der Verstrahlung von ausländischen Hilfstrupps schuldig sein und bittet um Aufschiebung der angebotenen Hilfen. Schön wäre es, wenn sich Hunderttausende Japaner auf Flugzeugträger retten könnten, die dann abdrehen und alles hinter sich lassen. Selbst bei der Arche Noah damals waren nur wenige Auserwählte zahlenmäßig verkraftbar. Das ist so bei Apokalypsen, wenn sie nicht von Hollywood ausgebrütet wurden, sondern die Menschheit tatsächlich treffen.
    http://forum.spiegel.de/forumdisplay.php?f=22

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  7. this is not the aircraft carrier USS “Ronald Reagan” – but nevertheless, hundreds were needed, to carry away Japanese people like once the Arch of NOAH did …
    A-7 Being Launched
    title=”A-7 Being Launched” by f0rbe5, on Flickr, sent to my group BLOG IT!

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  8. Lots of interesting shots and articles here. TY!

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  11. Here is how Radiation effects the human body:
    http://www.standeyo.com/News_Files/NBC/radiation.human.body.html
    http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/radiation-dosage-chart/

    Radioactive water found leaking into sea from pat at Japan nuclear plant. This can be devastating to say the least to all humankind! The effects of radiation sickness and poisoning include cancer, genetic and reproductive damage, hormonal damage, and thyroid blockage (that’s why they want you to take potassium iodine, another dangerous toxin) but I wouldn’t. There are much safer substances like Zeolites.

    A couple good articles on radiation sickness protection that shows what you need do to test radiation levels, treat water, and what to take internally to not get sick:

    Water Purification Tablet

    <a href="http://thehe

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