Something I Don’t Want to Think About

      
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Jame
Jame
1 month ago

Never thought about this. For me, it’s in God’s hands.

a follower
a follower
1 month ago

Yeh let’s just ass ume this is what Israel will do. Do you see what I see?

Thirdworldfarmer
Thirdworldfarmer
1 month ago

More importantly perhaps is the the who/how will the fallout free food be determined? Everything is possible with the Lord. I think a lot of people will be on their own with the laws and lies of man

Bill Sullivan
Bill Sullivan
1 month ago

Back in the days of open air testing, the only thing we worried about was Strontium 90 in the milk. Farmers had to dump it for 2 weeks,

Phil
Phil
1 month ago

The scriptures state this will not happen and even it did it would be limited in nature to the areas and nations that are using these destructive weapons. Gods elect will be here to see him coming on the clouds of glory as well as the evil doers for their day of judgement would have arrived. If we are all poisoned, then who is left to see Christ at his return. God states the four seasons will still be happening right up to the end of time as well as harvest. please read your Bibles and just focus on what his word states, he left us his instructions for us to seek out about the days we are living.

Mark Thompson
Mark Thompson
1 month ago

Wrong, wrong, wrong. The majority of fallout that the world in general (more than 150 miles from a given ground zero) will have to contend with is simply particles of dirt / earth that gets temporarily “charged” in the explosion’s fireball. This temporary radiation charge decays back to zero, typically in two to four weeks. There is indeed Cesium-137 present in the nuclear explosive itself, and it does get particlized and scattered in the explosion, atoms and larger particles of it are much denser and heavier than particlized dirt, and thus tends to fall to the ground within 150 miles of the blast. “Food,” even raw crops in the ground, that fallouts land on – can be cleaned by rinsing thoroughly with water.  Radiation does not “transfer” from fallout particles to crops, foodstuffs, or anything else; it is the fallouts particles themselves laying on the crops or foodstuffs or containers – that is the danger.
 
The only real danger (in the sense the posting implies) is the situation where, during the two to four week period where the fallout particles are charged with radiation, if animals graze (etc) and consume crops / plants that have irradiated particles on them, the particles will go inside the animals’ bodies; some will lodge or be digested and some will pass out. The radiation in the particles may well kill the animals. Eating such animals (or drinking milk from such animals) can indeed transfer irradiated particles to anyone who eats / drinks such. But note, again, there is a very limited timeframe where this is a concern.
 
This information (and much more) can easily be found in the 2022 edition of the book “Nuclear War Survival Skills,” as well as many other scholarly journals and books.

steve
steve
1 month ago

do you realize the first time Israel “blows” an Iranian Nuclear Facility . . .
It will be open season on Any/All Nuclear Facilities? Anywhere?

kal kal
kal kal
1 month ago
Reply to  steve

But first it will be “open season” on Israel, which will cease to exist.

OPM
OPM
1 month ago
Reply to  kal kal

According to all the deals Larry Fink-BlackRock made rebuilding Ukraine…it will be the New Kazarian Israel…so the old one is expendable!

Highlander
Highlander
1 month ago

As opposed to how many atomic an nuclear blasts since 1944? Fallout is dirt and may still be radio active, wash it off. Lots of fear porn. Look at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, life seems to be thriving in those places. Take due precautions from initial blast and fallout, stay away from cities

kal kal
kal kal
1 month ago
Reply to  Highlander

Chernobyl, Fukushima, parts of Miyagi are no longer viable for human habitation.

Dan
Dan
1 month ago

All food grown after the New Mexico Trinity test and the rest of the atmospheric testing of the 50’s is contaminated with Cesium and other radioactive byproducts. It’s just a matter of amounts.

kal kal
kal kal
1 month ago

worry more about the other currently ignored problem, 40% of the planet’s grains come from two countries,,,,,Russia and Ukraine. Think battles with DPU rounds scattered across the landscape.

a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
1 month ago