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Friday, January 25, 2013

Radiation released from LLNL since it began

Contributor said: this is so funny:

 http://nuclear-news.net/2013/01/18/1000-000-curies-of-radiation-released-from-the-lawrence-livermore-since-it-began/

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ha, Ha, Ha. A million curies. That explains all of the deformed children in Livermore. Oh, wait, there aren't any.

Anonymous said...

I knew there was a reason for the improvement in the quality of Livermore Valley wines over the years.

The merlots and chardonnays seem to benefit the most from prolonged imaginary radiation exposure.

Anonymous said...

And the improvement in the quality of the downtown area, both arts and restaurants, also seem to benefit from the Russian observed phenomena.

And, the metastasizing of bicycle trails under prolonged exposure, does seem to have a surprizing palliative effect.

And, the disposition and beauty of female employees at LLNL has remained constant or even increased over the decades, raising the question, do human females thrive in an intense imaginary radiation flux?

Don't ya just love Russian nationalists, just isolated and orthodox enough to be serious and self-satirizing at the same time. Like a younger, prettier Bill Maher.

Anonymous said...

You actually give this person credibility?

Anonymous said...

The uncommon vision of atheists.

Anonymous said...

Methode Curie.

Anonymous said...

So that's what they mean by "It's the water."

Anonymous said...

Methode Curie.

January 25, 2013 at 2:44 PM

More like Methadone Curie.

Anonymous said...

" Anonymous Anonymous said...

The uncommon vision of atheists.

January 25, 2013 at 2:43 PM"

Atheists built the bomb. You would not have a job without atheists.

Anonymous said...

Atheists built the bomb. You would not have a job without atheists.

January 27, 2013 at 8:30 AM

What an arrogantly ignorant statement. I'm sure it makes you feel better to believe it, but I'll bet the hypocrisy of you belittling Christians and Jews for their beliefs that make them feel better escapes you. Read some history of the Manhattan Project and its workers.

Anonymous said...

What an arrogantly ignorant statement. I'm sure it makes you feel better to believe it, but I'll bet the hypocrisy of you belittling Christians and Jews for their beliefs that make them feel better escapes you. Read some history of the Manhattan Project and its workers.

January 27, 2013 at 10:26 AM

Well it sure looks like atheists where rather important for building the bomb.

These are just a list from the celebrity
http://www.celebatheists.com/
but there are many more

Manhattan project

J. Robert Oppenheimer

Edward Teller

Hans Bethe

Niels Bohr

James Chadwick

Paul Dirac

Enrico Fermi

Richard Feynman

Victor Frederick Weisskopf

James Franck

Isidor Isaac Rabi

John von Neumann

Stanislaw Ulam

Leó Szilárd

Joseph Rotblat

Gordon Gould

Harold C. Urey

Mark Oliphant

Samuel Isaac Weissman

Frederick Reines

Others relevant to the Manhattan project but working directly

Albert Einstein
Eugene Wigner
Max Born
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
George Gamow
Marshall Rosenbluth

Some other stats
The National Academy of Science charted belief in God as low as 5.5 percent among biologists and 7.5 percent among physicist and astronomers in a 1998 study.
. http://www.stephenjaygould.org/ctrl/news…


A few fun ones

Thomas Edison
Bill Gates
Warren Buffet
Steve Wozniak,
Steve Jobs
Mark Zuckerberg
Richard Branson
Ted Turner
Woody Allen,
Alan Turing,
Ridley Scott
Natalie Portman
Douglas Adams
Benjamin Franklin
Sir Edmund Hillary
Pat Tillman
Angelina Jolie
Brad Pitt

Lance Armstrong (oops)
Ayn Rand (Does not count since she though she was God)

Anonymous said...

Totally bogus information from a totally bogus web site. If it's on the web, it must be true, right? Did you personally ask those people whether they believed in God? I see that you still haven't actually read any history.

Anonymous said...

"Totally bogus information from a totally bogus web site. If it's on the web, it must be true, right? Did you personally ask those people whether they believed in God? I see that you still haven't actually read any history.

January 27, 2013 at 10:07 PM"

I think it is you who needs to read history.

Anonymous said...

Who gives a rat's ass?

Signed,

God

Anonymous said...

Who gives a rat's ass?

Signed,

God

January 28, 2013 at 5:41 PM

OK, God, I guess the people who worship you as omniscient are just fools. Back to sleep, now.

Anonymous said...


When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.

Stephen Roberts

Anonymous said...

"I see that you still haven't actually read any history.

January 27, 2013 at 10:07 PM"

Read up on the history of the Manhattan project. Yup they where almost all atheists. Dog On!

Anonymous said...

I chewed on Dawkins a week ago and will munch on Hitchens this weekend. Boy was he surprised.

Both were better than Schopenhauer, who I remember as dry and bitter bones. Not juicy at all like the wonderful Medici popes.

Screwtape

Anonymous said...

When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.

Stephen Roberts

And you, Mr. Roberts will better understand your mistake shortly. It's not your intellect, but your lack of humanity that will damn you.

Anonymous said...

he National Academy of Science charted belief in God as low as 5.5 percent among biologists and 7.5 percent among physicist and astronomers in a 1998 study...

until they get old...must hedge our bets. Few atheists near death.

Anonymous said...

"And you, Mr. Roberts will better understand your mistake shortly. It's not your intellect, but your lack of humanity that will damn you.

January 28, 2013 at 11:05 PM"

And it is humane to conclude that you got lucky in your choice of god and every other religion got it wrong.


“We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”

― Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion

Anonymous said...

“We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”

― Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion

January 29, 2013 at 7:01 PM

A complete distortion of the history of religion (and even the definition of religion and of "god") among the human race. But a great sound bite.

"A little learning is a dangerous thing" - Alexander Pope.

David mcgraw said...

So you people think every is just fine its not I played in a field not a little over a mile from llnl on mcgraw road when I was a kid with the sounds of warning sirens screeming from the llnl my well water was contamanated all most ever body in my family has cancwr. And I do as well and that's just the begining forty years after the start get a clue think befor you drink

David mcgraw said...

contamanation is not the answer for cancer

Anonymous said...

contamanation is not the answer for cancer

January 31, 2013 at 10:29 AM

Agreed. In addition to the contamination issue there must be some genetic predisposition at work, and also one wonders why, if the wells were contaminated, that you continued to drink from them? Forty years ago was the early 70's and many rules were already in effect (the Clean Water Act amendments of 1972, although it was new at the time) for drinking water. If you haven't sought Federal advice and aid, you should. The question of LLNL responsibility in your case should be easily answered.

Anonymous said...



" contamanation is not the answer for cancer

January 31, 2013 at 10:29 AM

Agreed. In addition to the contamination issue there must be some genetic predisposition at work, and also one wonders why, if the wells were contaminated, that you continued to drink from them? Forty years ago was the early 70's and many rules were already in effect (the Clean Water Act amendments of 1972, although it was new at the time) for drinking water. If you haven't sought Federal advice and aid, you should. The question of LLNL responsibility in your case should be easily answered.

January 31, 2013 at 7:27 PM"

You heartless atheist, did it ever occur to you that maybe they did not know that the water was contaminated? Did it ever occur to you that this person has already sought out Federal service?

Anonymous said...

Did it ever occur to you that this person has already sought out Federal service?

February 1, 2013 at 6:40 AM

Did you ever read the actual post? "If you haven't sought Federal advice and aid, you should." Sheesh.

david vincent mcgraw said...

I would love to but its hard to talk when no body will listen I personally talked to marylee kelly who runs tri-valley cares which oversees the clean-up of Llnl she told me she knew of the dwellings and of my family who resided in them but she wrote me off.i even contacted erin brokovich she told me she couldn't help everybody.i have been asking for help for years but you mention llnl and they tuck their tails. i appreciate any advice you give me its not ignored. as far as drinking the water we were never told we were just pushed off the land.

David mcgraw said...

Tell that to the ghost of Edward teller

David mcgraw said...

Tell that to the ghost of Edward teller

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