Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Trying to Post Power Points on Fukushima and Radiation

I have 3 powerpoints but I have to figure out how to post them.

I think I can do it through Academia.Edu

http://asu.academia.edu/majianadesan

I've posted (hopefully accessible) my first power point, which provides background information about radiation and human health AND addresses the Fukushima plant disaster in the first four months.

I have second and third powerpoints that will go up also when I am sure this works and I have time to post them.

The second one covers the current admission by Tepco that Fukushima is still fissioning.

Tepco only admits this now, Nov 1 after months of fissioning because the radiation levels are rising so much.

And it is possible that an explosion is imminent.

However, a number of people point out that radiation levels rising from microsieverts to millisieverts in such a short time means that even without an explosion we're going to be subject to higher and potentially still higher radiation.

What happens to life under those conditions?

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