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Saturday, July 2, 2011

About Fallout' (1963): US DoD Documentary Short


This is an old piece, but with the amount of fallout we are getting, its an interesting fundamental.


'About Fallout' (1963): US DoD
Documentary Short

(Note from re-publishing.)
The explosions from the 2011 Japan reactors sent up over 50,000 tons of Mox plutonium into the atmosphere and into the trade-winds, just how bad can that be if Mox takes proximity 30,000 years to be safe.  The fallout from part of this old video talks about a radiation that levels of in about a week.. this is 30,000 years and 50,000 tons of plutonium.

So when watching this old educational video, keep in mind, we have had the equivalent of a nuclear war with its fallout, and its still coming because the Japan reactors are still melting and putting out radiation into the air.



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Uploaded by nuclearvault 
July 30, 2009

Discusses the physics, effects and defense against nuclear fallout. Describes the phenomena of natural radiation and the dangers of fallout. Explains the value of time, distance and mass in weakening the effect of residual radiation. Examines the effects of radiation on the body, food and water. Underscores adequate shelter and prescribed decontamination measures.

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July 3, 2011
Alexandra Bruce Comment:
This 1963 film is charmingly dated in style but still very informative. As the film says, "We owe it to ourselves, our families and our country to know how to protect ourselves from fallout."

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July 3, 2011

Re-distributed by RadiationAlerts.org from forbiddenknowledgetv.com.


Note. The explosions from the 2011 Japan reactors sent up over 50,000 tons of Mox plutonium into the atmosphere and into the trade-winds, just how bad can that be if Mox takes proximity 30,000 years to be safe.  The fallout from part of this old video talks about a radiation that levels of in about a week.. this is 30,000 years and 50,000 tons of plutonium went into the atmosphere.
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