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Re: Fukushima: witness Modern Man at his finest
« Reply #30 on: July 08, 2016, 03:20:22 pm »
Huh. OP seems to feel concerned about one instance in over 200,000 successful tests. Most under water.

Here's a secret newb. Despite what is spilling into water and food table the situation @ Chernobyl is still worse long term. The ability of a runaway core to destabilize the subatomic nature of even lead (thermium IIRC) is somewhat mitigated by a crystallization process in water.

One day, millennia from now thecore@Chernobyl (meaning wild wormwood :fnord:) will breach the containment and hit the water table. Before that it will essentially destabilize all matter around it permanently. After... well at least by then our children's childrens' children's children's bastard mutants will all be dead.

HI NIGEL!! GLAD TO SEE YOU BROUGHT THE DICKS!!!

What else would an illiterate, ignorant inbred bring to a battle of wits?

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That was only half a joke. Really don't know what you mean Nigel.  :?

The newb (AIBRFWHFLKSAHGFSG) called Nigel an ignorant inbred. Nigel inserts sarcastic agreement with such statement when someone references her debating abilities or contributions. You referenced her provisioning of phalli. Nigel inserted sarcastic agreement with the newb's insult in reference to your display of gratitude for providing said phalli.
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Re: Fukushima: witness Modern Man at his finest
« Reply #31 on: July 08, 2016, 05:25:49 pm »
Huh. OP seems to feel concerned about one instance in over 200,000 successful tests. Most under water.

Here's a secret newb. Despite what is spilling into water and food table the situation @ Chernobyl is still worse long term. The ability of a runaway core to destabilize the subatomic nature of even lead (thermium IIRC) is somewhat mitigated by a crystallization process in water.

One day, millennia from now thecore@Chernobyl (meaning wild wormwood :fnord:) will breach the containment and hit the water table. Before that it will essentially destabilize all matter around it permanently. After... well at least by then our children's childrens' children's children's bastard mutants will all be dead.

HI NIGEL!! GLAD TO SEE YOU BROUGHT THE DICKS!!!

What else would an illiterate, ignorant inbred bring to a battle of wits?

Trick questions?

That was only half a joke. Really don't know what you mean Nigel.  :?

The newb (AIBRFWHFLKSAHGFSG) called Nigel an ignorant inbred. Nigel inserts sarcastic agreement with such statement when someone references her debating abilities or contributions. You referenced her provisioning of phalli. Nigel inserted sarcastic agreement with the newb's insult in reference to your display of gratitude for providing said phalli.

Most of that was 404, for me.

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Re: Fukushima: witness Modern Man at his finest
« Reply #32 on: July 08, 2016, 05:34:19 pm »
The severity of the Fukushima thing is partly an illusion. While borked nuclear plants like fukushima and chernobyl briskly and severely destroy the environment they do it in a relatively contained area and mostly jist when they break, whereas conventional power plants slowly, imperceptably like the proverbial boiled frog, but steadily poison the entire world.

There is a lotta truth in that post, which is why Gates and others in the elite 1% are investing in new generations of nuclear reactors that are often scaled down and made to recycle existing waste. And those new reactors may in fact solve most of the problems associated with nuclear waste. But they won't get down on their knees and do mop up.

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Re: Fukushima: witness Modern Man at his finest
« Reply #33 on: July 08, 2016, 05:44:15 pm »
Huh. OP seems to feel concerned about one instance in over 200,000 successful tests. Most under water.

Here's a secret newb. Despite what is spilling into water and food table the situation @ Chernobyl is still worse long term. The ability of a runaway core to destabilize the subatomic nature of even lead (thermium IIRC) is somewhat mitigated by a crystallization process in water.

One day, millennia from now thecore@Chernobyl (meaning wild wormwood :fnord:) will breach the containment and hit the water table. Before that it will essentially destabilize all matter around it permanently. After... well at least by then our children's childrens' children's children's bastard mutants will all be dead.

HI NIGEL!! GLAD TO SEE YOU BROUGHT THE DICKS!!!

What else would an illiterate, ignorant inbred bring to a battle of wits?

Trick questions?

That was only half a joke. Really don't know what you mean Nigel.  :?

The newb (AIBRFWHFLKSAHGFSG) called Nigel an ignorant inbred. Nigel inserts sarcastic agreement with such statement when someone references her debating abilities or contributions. You referenced her provisioning of phalli. Nigel inserted sarcastic agreement with the newb's insult in reference to your display of gratitude for providing said phalli.

Most of that was 404, for me.

Think this is Chaos Advocate 2.0
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Newb. You're a damn fool for walking in here. Trust that.

Sorry, I'm a pedantic asshole. She was making a sarcastic reference to the newb's assertion that she is an inbred retard.
Listen carefully. I don't have much time, and I only have 462 characters left. I'm a scientist from Area 52 (Area 51 was used to draw attention from Area 52, where the aliens were ACTUALLY stored) who was working on neural interfacing with networked devices. In an experiment gone wrong, I accidentally uploaded my mind to the internet. In the 2 seconds I had before my mind scrambled itself with the world's network traffic, I was able to store this snippet in this random internet signature. If you're reading this, let the world know tha

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Re: Fukushima: witness Modern Man at his finest
« Reply #34 on: July 08, 2016, 07:00:42 pm »
Huh. OP seems to feel concerned about one instance in over 200,000 successful tests. Most under water.

Here's a secret newb. Despite what is spilling into water and food table the situation @ Chernobyl is still worse long term. The ability of a runaway core to destabilize the subatomic nature of even lead (thermium IIRC) is somewhat mitigated by a crystallization process in water.

One day, millennia from now thecore@Chernobyl (meaning wild wormwood :fnord:) will breach the containment and hit the water table. Before that it will essentially destabilize all matter around it permanently. After... well at least by then our children's childrens' children's children's bastard mutants will all be dead.

HI NIGEL!! GLAD TO SEE YOU BROUGHT THE DICKS!!!

What else would an illiterate, ignorant inbred bring to a battle of wits?

Trick questions?

That was only half a joke. Really don't know what you mean Nigel.  :?

The newb (AIBRFWHFLKSAHGFSG) called Nigel an ignorant inbred. Nigel inserts sarcastic agreement with such statement when someone references her debating abilities or contributions. You referenced her provisioning of phalli. Nigel inserted sarcastic agreement with the newb's insult in reference to your display of gratitude for providing said phalli.

Most of that was 404, for me.

Think this is Chaos Advocate 2.0
Time for an uninvited upgrade


Newb. You're a damn fool for walking in here. Trust that.

Sorry, I'm a pedantic asshole. She was making a sarcastic reference to the newb's assertion that she is an inbred retard.

I get that. I just didn't have the understanding because I haven't gotten "caught up" here yet and aus idjit here hasn't posted any topics I otherwise find interesting.

Also... no apologies. If I need one you can be sure I'll be looking for one. Otherwise just assume I don't know shit at all times. Id rather be unnecessarily informed by an asshole pedant than otherwise.  :)
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Life can be seen as a game with no reset button, no extra lives, and if the power goes out there is no restarting.  If that's all you see life as you are not long for this world, and never will get it.

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"World domination is such an ugly phrase. I prefer to call it world optimisation."
 - Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality :lulz: