March 17, 2012
Fukushima radiation in the Pacific — Time-lapse video
YouTube caption: "Radioactive sea water particle tracing from Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant."
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interesting reference Avogadro - “I’ve always pictured my life as more of a Magritte,” Mycroft countered when he’d made sure the painting was level.
“All brollies and bowler hats?” Lestrade smirked. “I can see that.”
“Crisp green apples,” Mycroft nodded.
“And unusually bright skies,” Lestrade continued.
A sly, shy grin spread across Mycroft’s face before he muttered, “I think I might be able to love you.”
“Well, let me know what you decide,” Lestrade answered, bemused and besotted.
Posted by: sherlock | Mar 18, 2012 1:57:04 PM
La trahison des images. Ceci n'est pas une plume.
Say Sherlock, ask Mycroft about Magritte. It will help.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Mar 18, 2012 1:22:36 PM
i was wondering how they could track the actual radioactivity concentration over such a huge area - they dont - its a computer simulation "THIS IS NOT A REPRESENTATION OF THE RADIOACTIVE PLUME CONCENTRATION."
Posted by: sherlock | Mar 18, 2012 12:27:37 PM
Ceasum, Strontium & Iodine - and possibly heavier elements - how do you address the unthinkable?
I wonder if there remain classified studies of fallout patterns from the 1945 atomic detonations?
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Mar 18, 2012 2:33:31 AM
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