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2021-09-25 10:43:21 AM  
...despite radioactive terror pig presence...

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2021-09-25 1:02:40 PM  
Stalker 3: Shadow of the Kaiju.
 
2021-09-25 1:08:18 PM  
Just like with Chernobyl humans have been proven to be more toxic to the environment than radiation
 
2021-09-25 1:08:29 PM  
Exclusion zones would make great animal preserves for endangered species. Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Korean demilitarized zones don't allow a human presence. Drop some endangered rhinos, giraffes, tigers great apes in there and let them breed. Sure, we run a risk of mutated gorillas in the radioactive regions but their numbers would go up.
 
2021-09-25 2:12:42 PM  
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2021-09-25 2:28:38 PM  

Slypork: Exclusion zones would make great animal preserves for endangered species. Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Korean demilitarized zones don't allow a human presence. Drop some endangered rhinos, giraffes, tigers great apes in there and let them breed. Sure, we run a risk of mutated gorillas in the radioactive regions but their numbers would go up.


Apart from the land mines in the DMZ, this is a fine idea.
 
2021-09-25 2:36:53 PM  

dionysusaur: Slypork: Exclusion zones would make great animal preserves for endangered species. Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Korean demilitarized zones don't allow a human presence. Drop some endangered rhinos, giraffes, tigers great apes in there and let them breed. Sure, we run a risk of mutated gorillas in the radioactive regions but their numbers would go up.

Apart from the land mines in the DMZ, this is a fine idea.


DMZ is great place to raise butterflies
 
2021-09-25 2:44:52 PM  

dionysusaur: Slypork: Exclusion zones would make great animal preserves for endangered species. Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Korean demilitarized zones don't allow a human presence. Drop some endangered rhinos, giraffes, tigers great apes in there and let them breed. Sure, we run a risk of mutated gorillas in the radioactive regions but their numbers would go up.

Apart from the land mines in the DMZ, this is a fine idea.


Then you give the dead animal to the North. Bet they'd love some white rhino filets
 
2021-09-25 2:49:13 PM  
Pssst! Don't want to take the evil government 5G Gates Vaccine? There are several secret sites that can cure coronavirus! One is at Chernobyl, the other in Fukushima. Demand your right to camp out in these sites to get the cure the Government doesn't want you to have!
 
2021-09-25 4:14:35 PM  
Hostile Waters - 9 - Things to Come
Youtube L2ezAOGs3SI
 
2021-09-25 4:39:19 PM  
All we have to do is move our fat asses out of the way for a little while, and nature will try to clean up.
Too bad we never get out of the farking way.

Slypork: Exclusion zones would make great animal preserves for endangered species. Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Korean demilitarized zones don't allow a human presence. Drop some endangered rhinos, giraffes, tigers great apes in there and let them breed. Sure, we run a risk of mutated gorillas in the radioactive regions but their numbers would go up.


Waste zones, do you mean?  The places we've already made too toxic for our existence?  That's mighty white of us.  But if they're good enough for poor black people, I guess we can put some animals in there too.

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And then we're going to quit doing capitalism, right, so that everything can recover?  RIGHT?
 
2021-09-25 4:58:41 PM  
Babylon Zoo - Animal Army (Official)
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2021-09-25 6:39:39 PM  
https://medium.com/stanford-magazine/​s​tanford-research-on-effects-of-radioac​tivity-from-bikini-atoll-nuclear-tests​-on-coral-and-crab-dna-48459144020c
'The terrible history of Bikini Atoll is an ironic setting for research that might help people live longer. By understanding how corals could have recolonized the radiation-filled bomb craters, maybe we can discover something new about keeping DNA intact.'

"It'd be wrong of us to forget that we dropped 23 atomic bombs on a coral reef to see what would happen, displaced all those people and created scars on the planet that will never heal," he says. "Can we please not forget what we did here?"

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2021-09-25 6:51:12 PM  
Has anyone made a kaiju or Godzilla joke yet?  I'm a big fan of timely and original humor.
 
2021-09-25 7:07:48 PM  
Yeah, people need to stop treating these sites like empty wastelands. The worst part about Fukushima was the evacuation, which was more deadly and hazardous for people than the actual disaster.
 
2021-09-25 8:02:46 PM  

Slypork: Exclusion zones would make great animal preserves for endangered species. Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Korean demilitarized zones don't allow a human presence. Drop some endangered rhinos, giraffes, tigers great apes in there and let them breed. Sure, we run a risk of mutated gorillas in the radioactive regions but their numbers would go up.


Nods in approval
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2021-09-25 8:07:27 PM  

skybird659: https://medium.com/stanford-magazine/​s​tanford-research-on-effects-of-radioac​tivity-from-bikini-atoll-nuclear-tests​-on-coral-and-crab-dna-48459144020c
'The terrible history of Bikini Atoll is an ironic setting for research that might help people live longer. By understanding how corals could have recolonized the radiation-filled bomb craters, maybe we can discover something new about keeping DNA intact.'

"It'd be wrong of us to forget that we dropped 23 atomic bombs on a coral reef to see what would happen, displaced all those people and created scars on the planet that will never heal," he says. "Can we please not forget what we did here?"

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It was worth it for the swimsuits.

/I know
 
2021-09-25 8:29:22 PM  
Giant bullfrog legs.
Tastes like chicken.
 
2021-09-25 9:09:17 PM  

Medic Zero: skybird659: https://medium.com/stanford-magazine/s​tanford-research-on-effects-of-radioac​tivity-from-bikini-atoll-nuclear-tests​-on-coral-and-crab-dna-48459144020c
'The terrible history of Bikini Atoll is an ironic setting for research that might help people live longer. By understanding how corals could have recolonized the radiation-filled bomb craters, maybe we can discover something new about keeping DNA intact.'

"It'd be wrong of us to forget that we dropped 23 atomic bombs on a coral reef to see what would happen, displaced all those people and created scars on the planet that will never heal," he says. "Can we please not forget what we did here?"

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It was worth it for the swimsuits.

/I know


I'm only laughing with you because my dad was a sailor on a ship down there when they were bomb testing (true story) and that makes me a product of nuked sperm!!!!
 
2021-09-25 10:52:04 PM  
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2021-09-25 11:24:54 PM  

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That movie made me angry at how dumb everyone was.
 
2021-09-26 12:07:29 AM  

Reverend J: cefm: [media.vanityfair.com image 850x637]

That movie made me angry at how dumb everyone was.


The book is solid, if incredibly disturbing. From what I know about the movie, it made a lot of very poor choices
 
2021-09-26 1:35:58 AM  

Reverend J: cefm: [media.vanityfair.com image 850x637]

That movie made me angry at how dumb everyone was.


If characters in science fiction made intelligent sections, Asimov would have written the Foundation series and we'd pretty much be done with the genre.
 
2021-09-26 4:48:41 AM  

skybird659: Medic Zero: skybird659: https://medium.com/stanford-magazine/s​tanford-research-on-effects-of-radioac​tivity-from-bikini-atoll-nuclear-tests​-on-coral-and-crab-dna-48459144020c
'The terrible history of Bikini Atoll is an ironic setting for research that might help people live longer. By understanding how corals could have recolonized the radiation-filled bomb craters, maybe we can discover something new about keeping DNA intact.'

"It'd be wrong of us to forget that we dropped 23 atomic bombs on a coral reef to see what would happen, displaced all those people and created scars on the planet that will never heal," he says. "Can we please not forget what we did here?"

[miro.medium.com image 850x478]

It was worth it for the swimsuits.

/I know

I'm only laughing with you because my dad was a sailor on a ship down there when they were bomb testing (true story) and that makes me a product of nuked sperm!!!!


Product Of Nuked Sperm is the name of my Wanda Jackson tribute band
 
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