Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Gotta Nuke Something

Gotta Nuke Something

So by now you're well aware that an Earthquake hit the land of tentacle rape porn and you are worried that the nuclear power plant will go full Akira and blow the shit out of things left and right. Well, maybe you need a better education about how nuclear power works.

I mean, especially since three mile island essentially destroyed American nuclear expansion and acceptance for at least three decades. So how about we let the Japanese show us how nuclear threats work in a format that they do best...

Oh man, that looks pretty silly right? Now what is the threat of that fella pooing all over the place? Well, how about we look at this projected flow of air to let us all know what we should be expecting...

You see that right there? That's call revenge for Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Karma's a bitch, isn't it? But because of this we're able to see how truly stupid Americans actually are.
The radiation nightmare is happening thousands of miles away in Japan – but Americans already are hoarding drugs in hopes of staving off cancer.

"You just aren't going to have any radiological material that, by the time it traveled those large distances, could present any risk to the American public," said Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Greg Jazcko.

Still, that fact hasn't prevented Americans from stocking up on the drug.

NukePills.com, a nuclear disaster readiness product seller, is sold out of potassium iodide in both liquid and tablet form, according to its website. Anbex Inc., a supplier of the pills, told The AP that his company had sold out of more than 10,000 14-pill packages and doesn't expect more supply until April.

"I feel strongly there is a high likelihood we will have radiation coming from Japan," Tammy Lahutsky told the AP she waited at the Texas Star Pharmacy in Plano, Tex., on Tuesday. She bought six bottles for herself and a friend.

"I can't tell you how many women are calling up in tears," said Alan Morris, president of Anbex Inc. Morris told the AP that the company had sold out of more than 10,000 14-pill packages and won't be able to offer more until April.

While there really is nothing more to even say about this as the article speaks for itself pretty well, I can add a lot of things. I mean, that's typically what I do - Usually with a lot of swear words laced all over them.

I guess an irrational fear of that there Japanese cancer will scare the living shit out of anyone, right? That there is some of the worst kind of cancer. But then again, isn't radiation the key in killing cancer? It has been proven to be therapeutic to cancer patients for quite some time. Perhaps this cloud of doom is being reduced so far that it can actually help us.

If you currently have cancer you better go out and pray that the rays of death come your way and kill off that cancer in your body. Then again logic and common sense could kick in and you could realize that by the time those radiation clouds get to us it wont have much of what makes it deadly left anyway.

Not anymore than what you would get flying in a plane, standing next to a microwave or getting an x-ray. Hell, I'm pretty sure that people in Colorado have more exposure to radiation just getting up in the morning (since they're closer to the sun) than any of us on the west coast will get from this threat.

Don't believe me? Take a look at this following chart to see your normal exposure level to this harmful radiation stuff.

Now if only these people were buying potassium chloride instead.

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