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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#79 - blamie
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(07/13/2013) [-]
You would die it you even approached it. Get anywhere close and death. Or you could look up how radiation dosing ******* works.
User avatar #113 to #79 - Lambda
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The radiation level is about 10,000 R/H. If he went in, took his picture, and ran away in a couple seconds he'd survive. He might not feel so good, and have a greatly increased chance of developing cancer
#81 to #79 - anon id: 5cfec1ac
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comment #17
User avatar #82 to #81 - blamie
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Anyone who believes what he said needs to look at half lifes, and how the decomposition of the uranium in that will be creating new radioactive elements that are JUST as radioactive, sometimes more. It won't have cooled down enough, and I can tell you how I know. The radiation is ******* with the camera film pretty badly, see that static? That's alpha, beta, and gamma particles hitting the film with an incredible frequency.