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Discussion Where to buy potassium iodide

Discussion in 'Shopping Discussions' started by Help, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. Nuclear

    Nuclear Guest

    Pharmasave on 4th and Burrard has lots still...
  2. y2k

    y2k Guest

    what about lugol's solution? does that work?
  3. PotassiumIodide

    PotassiumIodide New Member

    Thanks for sharing everything! I get mine at Pharmasave!
  4. KIodide

    KIodide Guest

  5. hardknocks

    hardknocks Guest

    I suppose no one remembers how reliable our gov is and dispensing info i.e. H1N1....SARS... Terror...
    This seems to be a "soft-kill" technique so skeptics can tell us that anything under 1 milliseivert is good for us because thier reliable source (Mass Media) told them so. This incident DWARFS Chernobyl. By the March 15th, the levels of radiation had already compromised 50% of TOTAL radiation leaked by Chernobyl. The actual death toll of Chernobyl exceeded 1,000,000 people (Unless you don't include catching cancer and dying).
    The fuel rods must be kept submerged in water. Why? Outside of the water bath, the radioactivity in the used rods can cause them to become so hot they begin to catch fire. These fires can burn so hot the radioactive rod contents are carried into the atmosphere as vaporized material or as very small particles. Reactor # 3 burns MOX fuel that contains a mix of plutonium and uranium. Plutonium generates more heat than uranium, which means these rods have the greatest risk of burning. That’s bad news, because plutonium scattered into the atmosphere is even more dangerous that the combustion products of rods without plutonium.
  6. ema

    ema Full Member

    So I had sushi for 2 weeks now. Mmm sooooo good.
  7. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Agree that the death toll for Chernobyl is hugely understated because the non-acute affects are often ignored but the number you're quoting is higher than the highest estimates. The rest of your post sounds like tinfoil talk TBH, cite some sources.

  8. ema

    ema Full Member

    ^I'll ban you so shut up. Kiddingggg

    wtf man 6 a.m., you gotta be kidding me.
  9. 6u-huo.l.uV

    6u-huo.l.uV Moderator Staff Member

    oh, sh*t... should probably stop taking them
  10. ema

    ema Full Member

    ROFL are all of you avoiding seaweed and salmon now?

    Salmon caught off B.C. coast to be tested for radiation from Japanese nuclear reactor

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