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Bloomberg says, “Radiation From Cornwall to Hong Kong Beats Tokyo Amid Nuclear Plant Scare”

04 Apr

Radiation From Cornwall to Hong Kong Beats Tokyo Amid Nuclear Plant Scare

I thought it interesting.

Again, I believe it is impossible to anybody to let all the medias, experts make the same lie with Japanese government.

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Posted by on April 4, 2011 in Disaster, Hiroshima, Uncategorized

 

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3 responses to “Bloomberg says, “Radiation From Cornwall to Hong Kong Beats Tokyo Amid Nuclear Plant Scare”

  1. Aileen

    April 9, 2011 at 10:06 pm

    haha…. that’s interesting 🙂

     
    • scarlet^^

      April 11, 2011 at 4:02 am

      Yes, interesting. That’s Radiation!
      It is easier for us to protect ourselves if Radiation is produced by only nuclear reactors or nuclear weapons. (in that case, we can avoid to be exposed by stopping to build nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons. Very simple.) But, you know, there are many radioactive materials around us in nature. I guess there are a bit much radioactive materials in nature in Hong Kong or Cornwall than Tokyo, if the report by Bloomberg is right.

       
  2. Mark Foreman

    April 17, 2011 at 4:41 am

    Well the “cornwall problem” is very true, there are plenty of places in the world where the background is “high”. Aberdeen, Cornwall and West Sweden all have elevated levels of radiation as the rocks below the ground is rich in radioactivity, while some parts of the world are much less radioactive.

    There are some rare places where the yearly dose due to natural radioactivity is so high that it is more than what a radiation worker is allowed to get in a year.

     

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