Thursday, February 28, 2013

Excellent Comment James


James I think your comment at Ex-SKF was right on! here

You  very clearly explicated how trolling operates.

Obviously there are quite a few people who very much want the public to believe that NO PLUTONIUM was released at Fukushima.

I'm going to be very busy today and tomorrow and won't have time to post on this subject but I will early next week.



Detections of plutonium in Lithuania available here G. Lujanienė , S. Byčenkienė, P.P.  Povinec, M. Gera M. (27 December 2011) ‘Radionuclides from the Fukushima Accident in the Air Over Lithuania: Measurement and Modeling Approaches’, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 114, 71-80.



2 comments:

  1. They didn't like it much did they?

    Without the Fukushima disaster, I would not have believed you if you told me there were people who would cover up something so dangerous as this.

    I think still a large percentage of the population lives in that blissfully ignorant state I was in. And I think quite a number of nuclear industry workers live in that state.

    However there are those who know the truth and want it covered up. Those are the ones I despise.

    James

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