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Alchopwn

The Kyshtym Nuclear Disaster

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Alchopwn

Here is an article and a wiki entry related to the third largest nuclear contamination catastrophe in human history.  As it happened in 1953, it was actually the largest until Chernobyl.  If you think the US government covers things up effectively and frequently, remember that they have nothing on the Russians in terms of quantity or audacity.

Kyshym Disaster Article

Kyshtym disaster wiki page

 

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Piney

We've been drinking strontium 90 in our milk since they popped the first test and it might also be in the oceans. 

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Alchopwn
On 5/14/2019 at 10:45 PM, Piney said:

We've been drinking strontium 90 in our milk since they popped the first test and it might also be in the oceans. 

Strontium 90's half-life is 29 years.  They stopped aerial testing quite a while ago.  Now I know I wish they hadn't started in the first place, but most of the threat will be gone now, so there's that...

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preacherman76
On 5/14/2019 at 8:45 AM, Piney said:

We've been drinking strontium 90 in our milk since they popped the first test and it might also be in the oceans. 

Fukushima, the gift that keeps on giving. 

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Piney
18 minutes ago, preacherman76 said:

Fukushima, the gift that keeps on giving. 

Way before that. All the testing in the deserts in the 1950s. 

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