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- Piedro16 March 2009 at 11:19pmPosts: 176 (0 today)Status: offline
Can be possible to "desintegrate" the open eyes' Nightmare of Nuclear Energy ??
Two perhaps "Crazy2 Ideas:
1) It could be through the use of Trees in Containers(it would be necesary to see which would be more appropriates), that could absorve the Radioactivity through their Roots.
2) May be that the weird Idea of the "esoteric nature" of the influence of Piramids on things in their inside could be true . . . perhaps more puting Radioactive Materials in the inside of Spherical Geodesic Domes.
Cheers from a "lunatic domension"
Cimber18 March 2009 at 6:58pmPosts: 2570 (0 today)Status: offline
I have been growing up with the danger of a "nuclear war" - for all of us it was always clear, that we all will see such an end. . .
. . .the "nuclear potential" is STILL there. . .
. . .Cernobyl(Ukraine 1986) is NOT forgotten - as well as many, many other "acciddents", the Barents-Sea (Russia/Arctis) has got ticking nuclear "time bombs" , . . .
. . .Nuclear weapons are a sign of strength, power, whatever. . .
. . .Synnie - if You read THIS : do you remember, what EINSTEIN said, when he was asked about "World War III" ?. . .
Scientists were analyzing before, what sort of plants do "survive" after a "nuclear hit" - some sort of "mustard-grasses" (I don`t know the correct English botanic name).
A very interesting report comes from Cernobyl(Ukraine) - "20 Years After". . .since that "accident" the whole area is "forbidden territory/area" - we find that the NATURE took over again the whole area : many, many wild animals (wild boars for example) can be found here like probably nowhere else in the European part of former CCCP. Huge trees have been growing on the former football-stadium . . .
The "best friend" of Planet Earth is "TIME" - "time can heal wounds". . .this globe has already been seeing many things, but it shows, that NOTHING is everlasting.
. . .any ROOTS and PLANTS to absorb radio-activity ? or sth. else, that nature can deliver us ?
- Piedro18 March 2009 at 9:41pmPosts: 176 (0 today)Status: offline
I have sent the initial Post to the Chilean Commision of Nuclear Energy . . . That Guys perhaps can do something . . . May be ALSO the "Experts" anywhere . . .
Any way, I will have the Issue in Mind . . .
Synnie22 March 2009 at 4:18pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Cimber, its not exactly as you say in the Ukraine.
By far not. Many animals are gone from the near surrounding areas, there just has been a longer article in the newspaers here.
And then we also have these more gigantic, thus unnatural growths over there. Its by far not over and will take a loong time, even if we do not wish to see this.
Also about nuklear waste, there are many troubles, and dangers, that are often wiped under the carpet, but we are only at the beginning to face them coming up.
In Hiroshima, where I also was, the signs are minor nowadays, but a visitor does not know or see exactly, what it has done and still does to the genetic material, for instance. And in relation to the later sizes of desasters like Cernobyl, one could even say, they have been lucky, to get a new cosmetic design.
Only, visitors like me have friends there and friends of friends, and several according films/informations, far beyond the Make up. etc.
Same with the Ukraine. . .and thats not funny.
If there are several boars or other animals, it just ys, since no human is there to disturb them, they settled in this of course wild, but nevertheless contaminated area. They would in any undisturbed (by men) area, btw. Thats no pro nuklear bonus at all.
If wood could absorb all that, I really don't know, nor do I think so. What do scientists say to this?
Synnie22 March 2009 at 4:21pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Not "ys", but "says", of course. . .:-]
Sorry, I just saw this after posting.