Chernobyl and Fukushima Half-Life of Plutonium IS 250,000 Years!
Seen in the main headline image: Checking for signs of radiation among children evacuated from near the Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant
Watch and Listen. The deadly Facts that come with having Nuclear Power Generation Reactors.
If you haven’t looked at the YOUTUBE video shared by BENDEDREALITY yesterday: Ukraine Documentary – What really happened at Chernobyl Ukraine already please take some time and watch it.
The Half-Life of Plutonium Is Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Years [250,000], or, a Better(?) measurement-: For approximately Fifty Thousand [50,000] FUTURE Generations, Nuclear Radiation Will Still Kill a Person within a few Minutes.
Then, after Seven Million Years have passed, or-: After One Hundred Forty Thousand [140,000] Human Generations-, have come and gone-; only then will Nuclear Radiation have Weather-worn away enough, that Life may again begin to be ‘Partially Safe’ near Disaster sites.
So-, with this information presently ‘In Hand’-; the question people must ASK themselves, is: Why are Nuclear Reactors Still Being Built?
The Horrible experience in/of human and animal deaths; and the constant DNA mutations happening within Earth and Ocean Life should be enough cause for Man to stop building what could become-, More Chernobyl and Fukushima Disasters.
At present time [Last Date = 01/2016], there are Sixty Six (66) Nuclear Power Sites; with Ninety Nine (99) Nuclear Reactors within USA.
These are spread through Thirty (30) States [most located in Central, Southern and Northeast States]. World Wide there are Four Hundred.
Thirty Eight  Nuclear Power Generation Reactors.
Further information/data and status of nuclear plants around the word is available at the link below:
Nuclear power stations and reactors operational around the world: listed and mapped
Share with all those people who have a continued interest in Life, though I doubt we will see an end to building of such, soon.
Editor’s Note: This post is mainly sourced from an email from a regular visitor to our site (Sam Bass) with small additions/edits made. I thought the information he added along with the video is extremely important and should be seen by others as well.