- Aug 28, 2011
This looks insane in so many ways.
Nuke power is incredibly safe and clean.We should go all out nuclear power. No wind turbines. They cause cancer according to the smartest person on the planet!
Thank you comrade
The Japanese after the earthquake would take exception. Next war won’t be with arms but with the ability to hack and disable infrastructure computer systems. Which ones would you think they’ll go after? Power grids will be number one. But if you want to totally annihilate a country and it’s population it’s like having a nuclear bomb go off and wondering if it was a 300 lb.terrorist sitting in his bed that did it.Eh, he’s right.
I wondered about the significance of the shoes. It was as horrible as I'd imagined, yet somehow what I found was even worse.I just finished Episode 3. It’s incredibly well done. I just can’t imagine the unspeakable pain and suffering some of those plant workers and firefighters went through.
That funeral scene at the end was harrowing.
Yeah, they have him saying that as the one firefighter was just screaming for his life. Amazingly well produced but horrifying that it was real.When it comes to worst way to die, acute radiation sickness wins by a mile.
What the professor said is true, there is a false remission where the person recovers quite well. But the damage is festering underneath. The DNA is destroyed. Your cells die and replace themselves constantly, but now there is now blueprint, nothing to replace what has died. You begin to rot. Your veins fall apart, no morphine. Your marrow can no longer produce white blood cells, you cannot fight infection. This actually probably the only merciful part of it. The worst part is your nerves. They don't really regenerate the way everything else does. So your nervous system stays in tact. You feel all of it.
Yeah that is a dialogue recap and I suppose anyone that is bothering to read the thread is already watching the series.Yeah, they have him saying that as the one firefighter was just screaming for his life. Amazingly well produced but horrifying that it was real.
I was 10 when it happened and I always knew of it. But I never really knew.