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Inside the Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 2 Containment Vessel, 1/19/2012 – YouTube

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  1. Gamma rays travel at the speed of light=186,000 miles per second. Nothing stops these micronized particles except thick pieces of lead! I highly doubt the containment building is lined fully with lead besides they had an explosion and we are being poisoned by these particles planet wide. This is the dirty secret of nuclear energy that they do not want us to know. It is also the most toxic mutagen to DNA. Cancer stats are out the roof!

  2. Gamma rays travel at the speed of light=186,000 miles per second. Nothing stops these micronized particles except thick pieces of lead! I highly doubt the containment building is lined fully with lead besides they had an explosion and we are being poisoned by these particles planet wide. This is the dirty secret of nuclear energy that they do not want us to know. It is also the most toxic mutagen to DNA. Cancer stats are out the roof!

  3. NEW RULE:
    If you have NOT had formalized education in the realm of (a) particle physics, (b) nuclear physics, (c) high-energy physics, and/or (d) radiation physics, you are NOT allowed to have an opinion on this video. I mean, really. Pretty much ever post on here is complete conjecture based off of ignorance and incompetence. You people need to go take some physics courses. THEN you can have an opinion.

  4. NEW RULE:
    If you have NOT had formalized education in the realm of (a) particle physics, (b) nuclear physics, (c) high-energy physics, and/or (d) radiation physics, you are NOT allowed to have an opinion on this video. I mean, really. Pretty much ever post on here is complete conjecture based off of ignorance and incompetence. You people need to go take some physics courses. THEN you can have an opinion.

  5. NEW RULE:
    If you have NOT had formalized education in the realm of (a) particle physics, (b) nuclear physics, (c) high-energy physics, and/or (d) radiation physics, you are NOT allowed to have an opinion on this video. I mean, really. Pretty much ever post on here is complete conjecture based off of ignorance and incompetence. You people need to go take some physics courses. THEN you can have an opinion.

  6. FYI the white streaks across the screen are not water droplets. They are in fact the camera picking up the intense Gamma radiation. And all the piping that looks orange is because of corrosion. The more you know.

  7. FYI the white streaks across the screen are not water droplets. They are in fact the camera picking up the intense Gamma radiation. And all the piping that looks orange is because of corrosion. The more you know.

  8. FYI the white streaks across the screen are not water droplets. They are in fact the camera picking up the intense Gamma radiation. And all the piping that looks orange is because of corrosion. The more you know.

  9. FYI the white streaks across the screen are not water droplets. They are in fact the camera picking up the intense Gamma radiation. And all the piping that looks orange is because of corrosion. The more you know.

  10. @JRayMalcolm The gamma rays interfere with the electronics in the camera, the CCD for instance, and appear as static in the form of white dots. The camera can’t see the gamma rays directly.

  11. @JRayMalcolm The gamma rays interfere with the electronics in the camera, the CCD for instance, and appear as static in the form of white dots. The camera can’t see the gamma rays directly.

  12. @JRayMalcolm The gamma rays interfere with the electronics in the camera, the CCD for instance, and appear as static in the form of white dots. The camera can’t see the gamma rays directly.

  13. @JRayMalcolm The gamma rays interfere with the electronics in the camera, the CCD for instance, and appear as static in the form of white dots. The camera can’t see the gamma rays directly.

  14. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  15. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  16. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  17. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  18. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  19. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  20. @gamefreakz91 The specks are the radiation. There’s literally no way you’d be able to see streaks of light-speed particles traveling in front of you. The streaks are water, not the specks

  21. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  22. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  23. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  24. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  25. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  26. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  27. @debwitter The containment vessels are lined with boron. „Boron shielding is used as a control for nuclear reactors, taking advantage of its high cross-section for neutron capture.“

  28. @indegruv Thank you for correction, I read about boron. One point to make here. We all think there is no contamination when the stacks are working properly. This is false. They are vented everyday releasing 1400 different radioactive particles to the world around them. This is why cancer is higher than norm within 100 miles of nuclear power plants. Also their byproduct feeds the war machine called depleted uranium used in munitions. Nuclear is just a bad idea overall.

  29. @indegruv Thank you for correction, I read about boron. One point to make here. We all think there is no contamination when the stacks are working properly. This is false.  They are vented everyday releasing 1400 different radioactive particles to the world around them. This is why cancer is higher than norm within 100 miles of nuclear power plants. Also their byproduct feeds the war machine called depleted uranium used in munitions. Nuclear is just a bad idea overall.

  30. @indegruv Thank you for correction, I read about boron. One point to make here. We all think there is no contamination when the stacks are working properly. This is false. They are vented everyday releasing 1400 different radioactive particles to the world around them. This is why cancer is higher than norm within 100 miles of nuclear power plants. Also their byproduct feeds the war machine called depleted uranium used in munitions. Nuclear is just a bad idea overall.

  31. @indegruv Thank you for correction, I read about boron. One point to make here. We all think there is no contamination when the stacks are working properly. This is false. They are vented everyday releasing 1400 different radioactive particles to the world around them. This is why cancer is higher than norm within 100 miles of nuclear power plants. Also their byproduct feeds the war machine called depleted uranium used in munitions. Nuclear is just a bad idea overall.

  32. @indegruv Thank you for correction, I read about boron. One point to make here. We all think there is no contamination when the stacks are working properly. This is false. They are vented everyday releasing 1400 different radioactive particles to the world around them. This is why cancer is higher than norm within 100 miles of nuclear power plants. Also their byproduct feeds the war machine called depleted uranium used in munitions. Nuclear is just a bad idea overall.

  33. @indegruv Thank you for correction, I read about boron.  One point to make here. We all think there is no contamination when the stacks are working properly. This is false. They are vented everyday releasing 1400 different radioactive particles to the world around them. This is why cancer is higher than norm within 100 miles of nuclear power plants. Also their byproduct feeds the war machine called depleted uranium used in munitions. Nuclear is just a bad idea overall.

  34. @JohnGaltx64 sure then we’ll guess just like the „educated“ people do.
    You really should read up on how much of this „science“ is just speculative.
    A halflife of 3 billion years? who did that test?
    I have studied this insane matter a long time and it should be stopped, its to deadly.
    Deal with the fact they just don’t know what the hell to do.
    And new elements are beeing created that „studies“ did not (yet) include.
    Its learning to swim when you are drowning, next to jaws.

  35. @JohnGaltx64 sure then we’ll guess just like the „educated“ people do.
    You really should read up on how much of this „science“ is just speculative.
    A halflife of 3 billion years? who did that test?
    I have studied this insane matter a long time and it should be stopped, its to deadly.
    Deal with the fact they just don’t know what the hell to do.
    And new elements are beeing created that „studies“ did not (yet) include.
    Its learning to swim when you are drowning, next to jaws.

  36. I still have the opinion that nuclear power sucks big time…and there aren’t anything you can do about it 🙂

  37. Fuck you.

    People are allowed to have their opinions on any video they want fuckhead. You dont like it, go on scentists website and get the fuck off youtube. You expect people to follow what authorities and ’scientists‘ say like braindead sheep? People believed them at Chernobyl and Fukushima, look what happened.

    I am done listening to all media and scientists that think nuclear energy is the best thing on the planet and global warming is destroying our planet because ITS ALL BULLSHIT.

  38. No, fuck you, you ignorant prick. You don’t even understand the basic principles because you’re a dipshit. Would dumbass ask me how to build a fucking house if I’ve never built one? No? Of course you wouldn’t, because I wouldn’t know what the fuck I was talking about.

    You don’t know what you’re talking about here. So get off this fucking video and pretend you’re smart somewhere else.

  39. What gives you the right to say who is allowed to comment on what video and who isnt.

    Fuck you are an arrogant fuckhead.

    Youtube is a place for everyone not just cockheads like you.

  40. OK, what are we looking at? There’s white shit flying everywhere and there’s multi-coloured spark like things. And I am inclined to hear an educated answer…know your shit or forever hold your piece

  41. this has been answered many times, it’s even in the description. Ionizing radiation is striking the CCD.

  42. No, but we can point out your ignorance to others. If you have good reasons for your claim, back it up. I’d like to hear it, and perhaps so would others. In fact, the scientific community would love to hear why YOU think global warming is not happening. If you have something that would convince you otherwise, they are the first to want to know.

  43. Oops…I got schooled. Thank you for taking the time to point it out and I apologize for not having read the description. Peace out

  44. Does someone figured out the radtion level when the display is blacken? The first figure is 2, but I don’t know if there is a decimal point. The display is auto-range. Therefore it is 200 or 2000 µSv/h. — When the display is readable an 150.0 Sv/h the last to digets are changing quickly. If the display is blacken, it seems that only the last diget is moving that fast. So I asume there is no decimal point. — Scary, if the display already has switched to mSv/h.

  45. See these parasites ? You would survive about a day after 15mins of exposure, and in such a pain you would ask for being killed before, but yes you would prolly look-like hulk with the green skin but still no muscles sorry

  46. Awwww. Lemme guess. Another butthurt science groupie that likes to pretend he understands science and goes around commenting on youtube videos? What, did you watch Through The Wormhole? Maybe Into the Universe with Hawking? And now you’re an expert?
    Shut the fuck up and get over yourself. If you don’t understand nuclear fucking physics, don’t spread your ignorance.

  47. If you watch any video of the Chernobyl disaster, the same thing happens. It’s gamma rays overtaking and distorting the optics and also the metering sensors.

  48. As u can see, 0:10 there is many dust in the air. Radiation light are like white cross, they are not light but just „digital error“ of the optical sensor.
    For the same reason in 1986 radiation light are like strobe light, radiation hit sometime some frame.
    Radiation give back an „aberration“ on the way the machine work. Frame hit on the reflexes, and digital error on digital cam.

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