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2014-03-18 12:59:09 AM
Yum
 
2014-03-18 02:17:39 AM
It's official:  Russians have no fear.  Of anything at all.
 
2014-03-18 02:28:07 AM
Hey lady, cancer sucks.  Stop doing that.
 
2014-03-18 02:41:17 AM
It's official: Russians have no fear common sense.

You'd think that they might have some lead-lined gloves or pouches considering they planned to go to Chernobyl.
 
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2014-03-18 03:00:53 AM
she's german, not russian. but it doesn't matter. still crazy.
 
2014-03-18 03:40:55 AM

studebaker hoch: It's official:  Russians have no fear.  Of anything at all.


or rather Ukranians have no fear, considering thats where chernobyl is.
 
2014-03-18 04:14:17 AM
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2014-03-18 07:35:55 AM

boohyah: studebaker hoch: It's official:  Russians have no fear.  Of anything at all.

or rather Ukranians have no fear, considering thats where chernobyl is.


Came here to say that.

Oh, and I wouldn't mind hooking up one of my ham radios to that DUGA-3 array right next door to Chernobyl:

upload.wikimedia.org

I'm thinking I could pull in some serious DX with that puppy.
 
2014-03-18 07:40:13 AM
that sort of stupidity kind of solves itself.
 
2014-03-18 08:56:06 AM
Good thing they brought those clear plastic gloves.
 
2014-03-18 09:27:03 AM
Hardcore
 
2014-03-18 09:38:15 AM
Lots of radiation fear mongering in here.

Honestly, that was a very high output fragment, but the exposure still would not be enough to cause any issues, unless you decided to turn it into jewelry and wear the damn thing.
 
2014-03-18 11:07:18 AM
Pretty sure Ukraine is Russia as of about two days ago.

/RADIOACTIVE ANTS!!!!!
 
2014-03-18 11:09:10 AM
Funny as hell how they brought half a dozen radiation detectors and they all kept reading off-scale high.

DIdn't even slow her down.  Even after one of the guys on the team (wrist wearable gamma ray spectrometer FTW) wouldn't come near her.
 
2014-03-18 11:23:42 AM
It won't be long now...


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2014-03-18 12:00:08 PM

What_Would_Jimi_Do: [i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]


Thank you.

/better than that stupid Imagine Dragons song
//how the Grammys felt THAT was better than the definitive performance of the definitive Led Zeppelin song is beyond imagination
 
2014-03-18 12:28:33 PM
There was a serious lack of Russian kids playing with bits of Chernobyl reactor core in that video.
 
2014-03-18 12:42:10 PM
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-18 12:58:49 PM
Give me za microfilm
 
2014-03-18 01:04:33 PM

SmellsLikePoo: Lots of radiation fear mongering in here.

Honestly, that was a very high output fragment, but the exposure still would not be enough to cause any issues, unless you decided to turn it into jewelry and wear the damn thing.


This. Hazardous if prolonged contact occurs, yes.
 
2014-03-18 01:05:06 PM
Darwin is wringing his hands and giggling with anticipation.
 
2014-03-18 01:19:07 PM

dittybopper: boohyah: studebaker hoch: It's official:  Russians have no fear.  Of anything at all.

or rather Ukranians have no fear, considering thats where chernobyl is.

Came here to say that.

Oh, and I wouldn't mind hooking up one of my ham radios to that DUGA-3 array right next door to Chernobyl:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 750x600]

I'm thinking I could pull in some serious DX with that puppy.


Isnt that were the brain scorcher is?  I wouldnt go within a mile of that thing.
 
2014-03-18 01:34:19 PM

dittybopper: boohyah: studebaker hoch: It's official:  Russians have no fear.  Of anything at all.

or rather Ukranians have no fear, considering thats where chernobyl is.

Came here to say that.

Oh, and I wouldn't mind hooking up one of my ham radios to that DUGA-3 array right next door to Chernobyl:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 750x600]

I'm thinking I could pull in some serious DX with that puppy.


www.enlightenedredneck.com
 
2014-03-18 01:35:44 PM

Kuta: It's official: Russians have no fear common sense.

You'd think that they might have some lead-lined gloves or pouches considering they planned to go to Chernobyl.


I'm guessing you the most education you have in regards to radiation is from Godzilla movies....
 
2014-03-18 01:38:14 PM
Holy crap! PipBoy at 5:30
 
2014-03-18 03:20:03 PM

Hack Patooey: Good thing they brought those clear plastic gloves.


Yeah, I bet that blocks  tons of dangerous radiation
 
2014-03-18 03:26:12 PM
In other news, something about her makes it seem to me like maybe she already got plenty of radiation exposure.
 
2014-03-18 03:39:24 PM

SmellsLikePoo: Lots of radiation fear mongering in here.

Honestly, that was a very high output fragment, but the exposure still would not be enough to cause any issues, unless you decided to turn it into jewelry and wear the damn thing.


Looks like they recorded a maximum of 110 mSv/hr or 0.110 Sv/hr.  If she kept it in her pocket for 6 hours she might get the same dose ofradiation as the highest dose received by a worker responding to the Fukushima emergency   0.67 Svhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sievert
 
2014-03-18 04:26:47 PM

studebaker hoch: Pretty sure Ukraine is Russia as of about two days ago.

/RADIOACTIVE ANTS!!!!!


Nope Ukraine is still Ukraine although Crimea is trying to splinter off
 
2014-03-18 05:16:47 PM
boohyah

Nope Ukraine is still Ukraine although Crimea is trying to splinter off

Wait for it.   Waaaaiiiit for it....
 
2014-03-18 06:39:40 PM
waiting for them to grind this up and shoot it, krokodil++
 
2014-03-18 07:51:36 PM

ambassador_ahab: Hack Patooey: Good thing they brought those clear plastic gloves.

Yeah, I bet that blocks  tons of dangerous radiation


That's not to block radiation, it's to not have radio active dust stick to the skin and therefore irradiate their hands for a long time.
 
2014-03-18 11:26:52 PM
She says something about the "insane" contamination risk with material that hot and that friable, that an accidental brush of your clothing or yourself with a gloved hand means instant high-level contamination, and it would just keep spreading from there.

Pure nightmare fuel, or perhaps nightmare graphite moderator.

I would assume that before that team leaves the area, they do a very thorough detector sweep of themselves and all their equipment.  Then perhaps after travelling safely outside the exclusion zone, stopping in an unimportant area like a big parking lot, taking everything out of the vehicles, and sweeping it all again.

That reactor graphite must be *everywhere*.  You could pick up a piece in your shoe, possibly smaller than is easily seen with the unaided eye.  Maybe just a smear of the black dust on the bottom of a bag or  maybe a car tire.

Insane contamination risk, indeed.

I'll stick to playing with matches.
 
2014-03-19 01:03:06 AM

dittybopper: boohyah: studebaker hoch: It's official:  Russians have no fear.  Of anything at all.

or rather Ukranians have no fear, considering thats where chernobyl is.

Came here to say that.

Oh, and I wouldn't mind hooking up one of my ham radios to that DUGA-3 array right next door to Chernobyl:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 750x600]

I'm thinking I could pull in some serious DX with that puppy.


www.qsl.net
 
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