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adding that I'm of strong suspicion that whatever was on Mars indeed wasn't destroyed by the Soviets or China, but probably by some other party. who would be a more difficult party to find evidence of, NASA/JPL or some 'ancient martian/extraterrestrial party'?..

..I do like dr. Brandenburgs insinuations, because they point exactly the right way, except for one fundamental lie: that Mars was nuked to catastrophe some time very long ago, while it was probably (very likely) done after the second world war and before perestrojka..

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After WWII, and yet no one noticed ?

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people on this world only developed nuclear arms that leave the exact same 'signature in Xenon' in the last century and aliens wouldn't use such dirty technology, leaving a planet dead for millions of years of half-time.. of course, people noticed, like dr. Brandenburg and the 'stretching of time' he does is about a factor 10.000.000 (he stated that these blasts on Mars occurred 250 mln - 500 mln years ago). divide that by 10 mln and you get something like the period I mentioned: 25-50 years ago..
 
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I quite agree; I'm not scaremongering about nuclear power (I'd much rather have nuclear power stations than god-awful windfarms ruining the landscape). I was just playing devils advocate and asking the question of whether, seeing as Chernobyl had been mentioned, there was a possibility that Fukushima was actually worse (in which case the point that Chernobyl is no longer a problem, wouldn't be relevant).

That's all :)
I wouldn't agree Chernobyl is no longer a problem, but that's just opinion.
 

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But Nils, people have been studying Mars for two hundred years or more.

No one reported anything but red rock. Even the 'canals' of Schiaparelli were a misinterpretation of the Italian 'canalli', meaning channels. Not canals as in water conduits.
 

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But Nils, people have been studying Mars for two hundred years or more.

No one reported anything but red rock. Even the 'canals' of Schiaparelli were a misinterpretation of the Italian 'canalli', meaning channels. Not canals as in water conduits.
ah-ha, I guess THAT exactly was the moment when some completely paranoid administration freaked out and decided to exterminate whatever what was happening on Mars, but hell (=Hades/Voivod), I'm only 1 in some many people to believe such a thing (it seems).

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[google-RECAPTHA! spot all the pictures with canals..]
 
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I wouldn't agree Chernobyl is no longer a problem, but that's just opinion.
I perhaps should have worded my post better. I meant "no longer a problem" in response to INT21's post about '33 years on we're all still here"; I'd been trying to make a comparison between Fukushima and Chernobyl; in terms of radiation leakage Chernobyl was far worse than Fukushima (as you can see from my earlier post) but, as INT21 pointed out "we're all still here" - so, the idea that Fukushima is going to kill us all within 5 years kinda doesn't make much sense (to me anyway).

But we all have our own opinions and that's fine. :)

How big a problem do you think Chernobyl still is? (And compared to Fukushima)?
 

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I answered that same question (as well as I could, using arbitrary means) a few posts back, miss Zebra.. in reality, I don't think nuclear fall-out is a problem at all, it will only end life on the planet in a relatively short time-frame and will only cause temporary suffering of souls, while the rest can't procreate..

 
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assuming you asked me, 'course I did, was anybody succesful in avoiding exposure to them? but, I rather prefer DUCKMAN
 
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I answered that same question (as well as I could, using arbitrary means) a few posts back, miss Zebra.. in reality, I don't think nuclear fall-out is a problem at all, it will only end life on the planet in a relatively short time-frame and will only cause temporary suffering of souls, while the rest can't procreate..
Apologies, I must have missed your earlier post.



In case any of you have forgotten, there was an explosion in the Urals back in the fifties. A very good book was written by the scientist who pieced together the details.

Here is a link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyshtym_disaster
Thanks for the link... reading it now.
 

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no problem, arbeZ s'regnidorhcS, this thread has always been a bit chaotic, just like the [secret] main topic, sometimes there's news breaking, sometimes there's cover-ups hushing it..

https://forums.forteana.org/index.php?threads/nuclear-damage.65370/page-3#post-1808831

(Fukushima was not just another meltdown of design-flawed reactors, causing the explosion of accumulated hydrogen-gas, blowing the buildings to pieces, but a consequent detonation of a large stored amount of weapons-grade material in the case of unit-3. in this thread alone there are several indications of this.)

here's an article stating that this explosion/detonation may also have been a 'deflagration':

https://pissinontheroses.blogspot.com/2011/05/was-fukushima-daiichi-3-explosion.html

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anyway, it's a shame we're being left in the dark for 8+ years now on this specific issue: on the web, most of what you can find says 'explosion', instead of 'three-fold detonation'.. this is one of the reasons why I started this thread.
 

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In case any of you have forgotten, there was an explosion in the Urals back in the fifties. A very good book was written by the scientist who pieced together the details.

Here is a link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyshtym_disaster
I'd never heard of this. The 3rd worst behind Chernoblyl & Fukushima. The details of waste being discharged directly into lakes & rivers even before the explosion is alarming on it's own. Thanks for the link.
 

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I perhaps should have worded my post better. I meant "no longer a problem" in response to INT21's post about '33 years on we're all still here"; I'd been trying to make a comparison between Fukushima and Chernobyl; in terms of radiation leakage Chernobyl was far worse than Fukushima (as you can see from my earlier post) but, as INT21 pointed out "we're all still here" - so, the idea that Fukushima is going to kill us all within 5 years kinda doesn't make much sense (to me anyway).

But we all have our own opinions and that's fine. :)

How big a problem do you think Chernobyl still is? (And compared to Fukushima)?
some of us are still here...
 

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(gee, what a coincidence!) I just did that 3 hours ago in yet another thread on 'total biosphere collapse':

https://forums.forteana.org/index.p...ng-in-the-end-times.65628/page-3#post-1879874

also, in last weeks' world-wide weather report (as interpreted and presented by Dane Wigington), there are some alarming remarks with regard to Fukushima. I know it's a drag going through yet another hour of his statements, but they are factual and indicative of the current global crisis:

https://forums.forteana.org/index.p...chemtrails-spraying.43306/page-6#post-1879921
 
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