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Post time 2011-3-20 06:56:38 |Display all floors
Get with it GE, make big bucks on both ends of your dirty deeds!
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Post time 2011-3-20 11:59:26 |Display all floors
I read the following statements in Chinese media.

1 salt is enough in Mainland china.
2 90% of edible salt is not from the Sea.
3 iodised salt can do nearly nothing to protect us from the radiation.

But I didn't find what we should do in an emergency of nuclear radiation in latest Chinese news reports.

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Post time 2011-3-20 13:25:13 |Display all floors
Stupid, if no salt, salty sauce can be bought in shops.

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Post time 2011-3-20 13:36:36 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-3-17 18:26
It said that salt can prevent the hurt of radiation. Many people began to talk about salts. Many people in my city hurried to buy salts. Many people worried about the risinig price of salts.

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which means more idiots there?

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Post time 2011-3-20 20:07:34 |Display all floors
Fallout from a nulcear explosion may be carried by wind currents for hundreds of miles if the right conditions exist. Effects from even a small portable device exploded at ground level can be potentially deadly.

Nuclear radiation cannot be seen, smelled, or otherwise detected by normal senses. Radiation can only be detected by radiation monitoring devices. This makes radiological emergnecies different from other types of emergencies, such as floods or hurricanes. Moniotring can project the fallout arrival times, which will be announced through official warning channels. However, any increase in surface build-up of gritty dust and dirt should be a warning for taking protective measures.

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Post time 2011-3-20 20:09:10 |Display all floors
Protectioni from a Nuclear Blast

If there were threat of an attack, people living near potential targets could be advised to evacuate or they could decide on their own to evacuate to an area not considered a likely target. Protection from radioactive fallout would require shelter in an underground area or in the middle of a large buildings.

3 factors
1 Distance: the more distance between you and the fallout particles, the better. An underground area such as a home or office building basement offers more protection than the first floor of a building. A floor area near the middle of a high-rise may be better, depending on what is nearby at that level on which significant fallout particles would collect. Flat roofs collect fallout particles so the top floor is not a good choice, nor is a floor adjacent to a neighboring flat roof.

2 Shielding: the heavier and denser the materials - thick walls, concrete, bricks, books an earth - between you and the fallout particles, the better.

3 Time: fallout radiation loses its intensity fairly rapidly. In time, you will be able to leave the fallout shelter. Radioactive fallout poses the greatest threat to people during the first 2 weeks, by which time it has declined to about 1 percent of its initial radiation level.

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Before a Nuclear Blast

1 Find out from officials if any public buildings in your community have been designated as fallout shelters. If none have been designated, make your own list of potential shelters near your home, workplace, and school. These places would include basements or the windowless center area of middle floors in high-rise, as well as subways and tunnels.

2 During periods of increased threat increase your disaster supplies to be adequate for up to 2 weeks.

3 Blast shelters are specifically constructed to offer some protection against blast pressure, initail radiation, heat, and fire. But even a blast shelter cannot withstand a direct hit from a nuclear explosion.

4 Fallout shelters do not need to be specially constructed for protecting against fallout. They can be any protected space, provided that the walls and roof are thick and dense enough to absorb the radiation given off by fallout particles.

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