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    PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:32 am Reply with quote

    Where did the Radiation go from all the Neuclear experiments? Fact. It did'nt leave the Earths atmoshere. Take a deeep breathe and thank all countries for experimenting with atomic bombs.


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    PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:30 am Reply with quote

    triniyasa wrote:
    Where did the Radiation go from all the Neuclear experiments? Fact. It did'nt leave the Earths atmoshere. Take a deeep breathe and thank all countries for experimenting with atomic bombs.


    Lots of it broke down by natural decay, following the 7/10 rule over weeks. Cesium 137, for example, is widely distributed around the Earth's oceans as a water-soluble chloride, falling into the background radiation. The only real issues are those on land in the test islands and continental, but very localized.

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    Fallout loses 90% of its radioactivity in the first 7 hours after a detonation and an additional 90% for every 7-fold increase in time. It is reduced: by 90% in the first seven hours; by 99% in 49 hours (two days); and, by 99.9% in 343 hours (two weeks) SOURCE: http://hps.org/homeland/documents/HSCEmergCardv2_6.pdf, from the Health Physics Society http://hps.org
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