setbabiesonfire:

themonstrouscollapse:

typette:

dreamsofinkandlies:

sagginpants-singlemamas:

jungz:

forcesofnature:
reblog please…the media is asleep
"A puddle of the contaminated water was emitting 100 millisieverts an hour of radiation, Kyodo news agency said.
Masayuki Ono, general manager of Tepco, told Reuters news agency: “One hundred millisieverts per hour is equivalent to the limit for accumulated exposure over five years for nuclear workers; so it can be said that we found a radiation level strong enough to give someone a five-year dose of radiation within one hour.”
..and 300 tons of that same water has been pouring into the ocean everyday for God knows how long.


Reblog reblog reblog

Just to put a bit of a recap for those who haven’t heard or don’t know what’s happening: 
Basically, the core of the plant has melted into the ground. They have two options: Keep trying to cool it and prevent it going further, which they are doing with seawater. However, this now contaminated seawater is leaking into the ground- the water table and the groundwater, and is spreading. Probably into the ocean, or, into farmland. It’s impossible to know where it’s heading right now. The other option is to dig it up, but that would release a very very dangerous amount of radiation, both in gas/dust form, and to the workers. It would be another suicide mission and contaminate the air ever worse.
Their options right now are being weighed, as to what can be done. As it stands.
as of today, this disaster has surpassed Chernobyl in terms of airborne radiation:

These are far larger amounts than those released into the atmosphere in gaseous form: for example, more than 27 times the amount of cesium-137 released into the air in the first three weeks, or about 2.5 to 3.3 times, depending on the estimate, the total amount released into the environment from the Chernobyl accident.

the official press release source is here, with their proposed outline of action.
I don’t want to turn this into a major nuclear discussion but… well, you already know. 

holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit.

Literally an Earth crisis right now. Between this and Syria, everyone should be at the edge of their seats.

setbabiesonfire:

themonstrouscollapse:

typette:

dreamsofinkandlies:

sagginpants-singlemamas:

jungz:

forcesofnature:

reblog please…the media is asleep

"A puddle of the contaminated water was emitting 100 millisieverts an hour of radiation, Kyodo news agency said.

Masayuki Ono, general manager of Tepco, told Reuters news agency: “One hundred millisieverts per hour is equivalent to the limit for accumulated exposure over five years for nuclear workers; so it can be said that we found a radiation level strong enough to give someone a five-year dose of radiation within one hour.”

..and 300 tons of that same water has been pouring into the ocean everyday for God knows how long.

Reblog reblog reblog

Just to put a bit of a recap for those who haven’t heard or don’t know what’s happening: 

Basically, the core of the plant has melted into the ground. They have two options: Keep trying to cool it and prevent it going further, which they are doing with seawater. However, this now contaminated seawater is leaking into the ground- the water table and the groundwater, and is spreading. Probably into the ocean, or, into farmland. It’s impossible to know where it’s heading right now. The other option is to dig it up, but that would release a very very dangerous amount of radiation, both in gas/dust form, and to the workers. It would be another suicide mission and contaminate the air ever worse.

Their options right now are being weighed, as to what can be done. As it stands.

as of today, this disaster has surpassed Chernobyl in terms of airborne radiation:

These are far larger amounts than those released into the atmosphere in gaseous form: for example, more than 27 times the amount of cesium-137 released into the air in the first three weeks, or about 2.5 to 3.3 times, depending on the estimate, the total amount released into the environment from the Chernobyl accident.

the official press release source is here, with their proposed outline of action.

I don’t want to turn this into a major nuclear discussion but… well, you already know. 

holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit.

Literally an Earth crisis right now. Between this and Syria, everyone should be at the edge of their seats.

(Source: ainpo2014, via c0ttontailsnscales)

hobolunchbox:

Arachnid rudiments.
Inspired by this gif.

hobolunchbox:

Arachnid rudiments.

Inspired by this gif.

(via funnywildlife)

perplexedhedgehog:

So much cute I may explode

perplexedhedgehog:

So much cute I may explode

(via earthandanimals)

magicalnaturetour:

Addo Elephant Park, South Africa by exfordy on Flickr.

emma watson vs. selena gomez?

(via watsonlove)

gsummers:

Eight hours of cub watching today, all whilst I was at work. 

I may have gotten in trouble a few times….

(via gsummers-deactivated20140712)

unimpressedcats:

#nomakeup #nofilter

CAT SELFIES

itssammielauren:


shadyblueivy:

THIS IS A REAL TWEET

Their tweets tonight have been pure gold.

itssammielauren:

shadyblueivy:

THIS IS A REAL TWEET

Their tweets tonight have been pure gold.

(Source: squal0r-vict0ria, via leejax)

(Source: aloha-shy, via leejax)

getoutoftherecat:

the only reason “hide and seek” is fun for humans, cat, is because our senses our so dull.  might as well get out of there, because your brother is gonna pounce you something fierce.

getoutoftherecat:

the only reason “hide and seek” is fun for humans, cat, is because our senses our so dull.  might as well get out of there, because your brother is gonna pounce you something fierce.

arricciareilnaso:

Invece che pensare a dimagrire o a trovarvi un uomo.. Think about that, girlies #sheroes

arricciareilnaso:

Invece che pensare a dimagrire o a trovarvi un uomo.. Think about that, girlies #sheroes

(via blackcatscrossing)