Willkommen zum Fukushima-Info- und -Diskussions-Forum des physikBlogs.

Die Zahl der Kommentare auf unsere Fukushima-Beiträge ist jenseits der 1000er Marke. Es wird zu unübersichtlich!
Daher gibt's dieses Forum, bei dem ihr über den Unfall von Fukushima kommentieren könnt, was das Zeug hält!

Zu einer kleinen Einführung, hier entlang.

Ihr seid neu hier? Das physikBlog hat in vier Artikeln den Unfall von Fukushima begleitet. Eine Lektüre, zumindest des Aktuellsten, empfiehlt sich vor dem Mitdiskutieren!

Es sei erwähnt, dass wir bei der Moderation der Kommentare hier weniger streng sind, als im Blog. Ihr seid freier in eurer Themenwahl.

Viel Spaß, André & Andi vom physikBlog.

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  • DonDonDonDon April 2013
    This website belong to Fukushima Radioactive Contamination Symptoms Research ( FRCSR ) located in the United States of America., copyright has been manages in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.
    http://sos311karte.blogspot.de/
  • DonDonDonDon April 2013
    It is now clear: Any radiation poses a risk especially for children who are extremely radiosensitive.

    1) A child is constantly increasing in weight and size, it grows from the intrauterine embryo to adult, the younger, the faster. Therefore, the cells divide much more frequently than an adult. Cells in the division phase (mitosis) are more vulnerable to radiation than cells in the resting phase.

    2) The ability of the body to recognize “defective” cells and to eliminate them develops during childhood. An embryo has not yet this ability. Therefore “defective” cells can multiply unimpeded and later lead to cancer or heritable diseases.

    3) A child that grows must hold more substances than emiting them, more than an adult. The body of a child takes in more radioactive substances in food, drink and air we breathe than adults. Especially dangerous are 137 and Cs-134 and 137 and Sr-90 – deposited in the muscles or in the bone (see below).

    4) Children have their whole lives ahead of them. Some diseases caused by radiation take a long time to occur (latency): 20 or even 30 years. Children are more likely than older adults to reach the dubious chance to see the end of this latency. In the human body there are about 200 different cell types, each has a different function.

    Basically, each cell can respond to injury with four responses:

    1) The damage is so severe that the cell dies.

    2) The cell can repair the damage (in children see above).

    3) The cell loses its ability to produce certain substances, such as in the pancreas gland which can not produce insulin anymore (increase of diabetes in Belarus among children and adults) or other digestive juices during the growth, of the thyroid hormones.

    4) The malignant cells degenerate and there is cancer.

    It is now clear: Any radiation poses a risk especially for children who are extremely radiosensitive.
    http://tekknorg.wordpress.com/

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