13 October 2011

>>Sometimes, levels vary drastically within a few feet. Residents who doubt the
accuracy of the government's monitoring are performing their own tests. Even if
the little hot spots pose no health risk, the search for them reflects a
nationwide concern.



An untracked hot spot after a reactor failure is not a "no health risk"
situation, potentially.

Are your fluid dynamics so good that a lens of gas could not propogate and
settle on otherwise "distant" or "unaffected" surfaces?

What makes you think so? Just curious, and open to evidence
of course.


Personally I figure plague will reduce energy consumption, as
war, famine, and birth control haven't really cut it.


Folks in Hiroshima vs. Folks in Tenn. Who is more macho?