Does going on InfoWars refute his peer - reviewed and published paper?
Too bad you haven't really paid attention to my points.If you'd stop with the paranoid alarmist style of blowing things WAY out of proportion, maybe this wouldn't keep happening. You always do this. Below is what I am talking about...
It's seriously like you are running around waving your arms and screaming "WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE", and then you try to act like you're the only one being rational when somebody tells you "no we're not".
Even in a worst case scenario, I mean absolute worst case, this is not a life ending situation. Unless you live in that region of Japan.
If you live on the west coast, it's more a matter of accepting that if you are the unlucky one to ingest some hot particles, it might be 5-20 years later, but there will be health consequences.
I know what i said, but look at the context. I was responding to the stupidity that the radiation and radioactive debris is not a concern and will not harm anyone.And then as for this exchange with Deuce...
Where you claim...
Sorry, but I gotta call bull**** on that one pal. You CLEARLY said:
Why can't you ever just go back and actually read what you wrote, before trying to twists things into "no, I didn't say THAT"?
It's right ****ing there man. Then you have the nerve to claim he doesn't have any facts and is side-stepping?
So, in that context I was saying that the paper was relevant to the us, and by implication, not in Japan where the situation is undoubtedly far worse.
What is still really pathetic in this is that you also can't deal with the peer - reviewed paper that was linked, and instead focus on ME.
You are right I misspoke, and I will choose my words more carefully next time, since I know how even one word out of place is enough to completely divert from the topic at hand.
If you guys cared even slightly about honest discussion instead of playing these stupid lame word games trying to one up the other side, we could have some productive discussion that might lead to actually fixing some of these problems.
Think about it; 3 major nuclear accidents within less than 100 years... it's not life ending, but seriously, how many more of these accidents can occur before the ecosystem just dies?
Since some dummies seem to think that radiation is nutritious and delicious. .. The thought is probably that no bad can happen.