Comment: WATER SOLUBLE = VERY VERY BAD, NOT GOOD

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WATER SOLUBLE = VERY VERY BAD, NOT GOOD

lol WOW you dont understand what bio magnification is do you? u seem to have like 1/3 the facts. it doesn't matter if the ocean was 50 billion cubic kilometers in volume. this isn't basic 1+1 math. i do like the idea of the thorium reactors over our uranium ones anyway. but dude 13 million years to contaminate the ocean? so there's no currents or dilution or water really have to get rid of air currents as well, there's no way i can think of to alter the components of the planet and physics that would make that right.

and melt downs are not created equal so u cant assume that 1 meltdown = 90,000 deaths and then compare that to indirect death caused by pollution in oh so many forms.

lastly before my head explodes if cesium wasn't water soluble that would make it way way wayyyyyy safer. water soluble means that it can easily be absorbed by tissues like say fish or maybe humans where it can then emit all sorts of fun highly charged particle that will then split molecules and rip electrons off atoms in our body causing otherwise stable molecules in our body to start wildly bonding in crazy and deadly ways.

please for the daily pauls sake do more research.
go here
http://science.howstuffworks.com/radiation.htm
pay special attention to page 4 "ionizing radiation"

i live in Washington and right now i cant decide whats more worrisome
tepco fucking around with fukishima in the hopes they can reopen it someday or the government large jackboot growing ever so closer to crushing us all. any notice everyone in Washington seems glowy lately? hmmmm.

sorry for being mean.

SPC(RET) Kelly-