- Sep 24, 2013
Ok, figured out the vid and got it to work properly...
On a side note, fuck the conspiracy angle of it. It's very real unfortunately. I watched the JMA wind patterns and no it didn't blow in any one direction. They've found that stuff everywhere. Hell they even send the debris down south to BURN! I'm sorry but that's just retarded. The nm of the stuff coming out of there is pretty small, it doesn't discriminate on what it deposits onto. The simple fact that the shit was on the ground in Minnesota, United States after it happened should say something. Mind you I verified this myself, with my own meter so put the conspiracy angle on the back burner.
lol Well cell phones and crt's are quite a different thing. Anyway I started the thread to get a idea of what peoples thoughts were on this (and I was thinking of buying a couple aes carts from US members in the future, helps to know who's clueless and who's been buying shit from Japan)
In the end to each his own. It never hurts to share ideas and knowledge, it's how the world has advanced this far.
And no I don't eat anything out of the pacific. I use to love some Alaskan Salmon, but after hearing about the majority of them being deformed/mutated from hot particles I think i'll pass. The last time I had some salmon was in Europe, and it was caught in the Atlantic!
well I for one made that trip in may of 2011 right after. I wanted to see my friends in tokyo. I think I became contaminated because ever since I've been back I can't seem to grow as much hair on the top center of my head,
this pic shows the extent of my radiation poisioning
Hell for fun I would put a dosimeter down to the sidewalk while it was raining. Mind you it didn't read alpha, but still, seeing over 4x the maximum safe levels, and over 10x the typical average here in the midwest was not encouraging to say the least...
I thought you were a big tyme baller throwing AES carts around the backyard, turns out you're just fucking nuts.
Me and my son have started to use unsealed AES carts to make a ramp for his bicycle in the back yard. I figure if I put them back in the ziploc when we are done they still retain baller status.