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Protocol For Nuclear Contamination


I just found this and printed it out to have on hand for whatever and whenever radiation becomes a problem where I'm at. I suggest everyone do the same as well as read it now and see what you have already and what you could easiy purchase now.

Don't forget storing food and water and having a bug-out bag ready to go on short notice if you can't shelter in place. Years ago I bought enough plastic painter's drop clothes and duct tape if I ever have to stay inside and seal up my windows and doors for a few days.  Note to Jap69- - Like in the movie The Trigger Effect, ;)



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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - March 17, 2011, 10:47 pm

This is what I remember when I was in the army years ago about radiation fallout protection while out of doors. I forgot a lot of it as it was 50 years ago.
I remember being told while outside wear ponchos over your clothing. I can not remember about the headgear but a rain hat would do also. We did not have protective trousers but rain trousers would do also.
After getting to your destination remove the rain gear protection then shower after entering where you arrived at.
Do a search for fallout protection outdoors and you may find something. May tell a procedure to follow from a fall out zone to a clean zone.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - March 17, 2011, 10:56 pm
Another note.
Being this far away from ground zero in Japan the radiation may be at low level when it reaches here.
They use to do above ground nuclear testing out west years ago so the fear factor may be a bit exaggerated but do take protection.
There were nuclear bombs dropped on Japan with a high radiation level and I do not know the results of the worldwide spread of those bombs.
May want to check on that too.
four4meComment by four4me - March 18, 2011, 12:24 am
from what i understand you get more radiation when getting your teeth x rayed than what we'll get over here from the nuke melt down.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - March 18, 2011, 12:54 am
@JAP69 I heard on the news mobile crews are being sent to the West Coast to test readiation levels. Coming from Alabama even tho we have several of those here already. When I was a kid we had this old medical book with a section of green pages in the center all about what to do in radiation. Pictures of ppl in rain coats hosing off with a garden hose. Also, it showed pictures of a 1940's living room with the draped closed! Pretty funky stuff, lol. Good question about the bombs dropped on Japan and wind spread.

@four4me It's a different type of delivery. For example, if you breath in one particle it could be deadly.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - March 18, 2011, 12:59 am
I just watched the movie from 1979 - The China Syndrome. Couldn't be more relavent right now. That was a great movie and still holds up. May be that it's available to watch online and maybe for free. I'm going to do a search for Silkwood which was based on a true story of a nuclear power plant gone wrong.
Rick GComment by Rick G - March 18, 2011, 10:01 am
It would be good to have a Geiger counter. The numbers for public consumption will either be understated or overstated depending on the gu'mint agenda. I'd be more concerned about the possibility of a major quake in Cali. If the ring of fire pattern continues (Chile 8.8--> N.Z. 7.2 --> Japan 9.0--- 188 1/2 days between quakes and moving in clockwise rotation on the ring of fire) this would happen about Sept. 15th, 2011 around 3 pm local time, 8.5+ magnitude. My guess would be the San Andreas fault around Hollister, CA. If this happens it would confirm that the presence of a large foreign body in our solar system is to blame (or made to look as if it's to blame). Then the months of Sep/Oct/Nov will be crazy because of this object's effects on our planet. Keep in mind this could also be the mother of all psy-ops.

As always, TigerAngel, take care. Don't know where you live in Cali but I hope's it's relatively safe.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - March 18, 2011, 2:01 pm
Correction: In the film Silkwood she worked at a plutonium processing plant.
@Rick Yeah, when I was a teenager there was talk of California breaking off and falling in the ocean. My cousin lived near San Francisco and was really afraid. I think they gave dates for it. I'm not close to any major fault lines but have felt some whoppers here originating from the south or north. I wish I had one of those little radiation gizmos.
188 days between those quakes? That's amazing!! Thanx for the heads up!
Rick GComment by Rick G - March 18, 2011, 5:09 pm
T_A, It was only about two and a half hours difference in the time spans of those quakes. That's when I sat up and took notice.

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