legible transcription of previous post / continue to soil undergarments / seeking stuff that pegs the needle / flee for your lives / Iranian nuke guys seem to have screwed pooch bigtime / watch this space for further developments / Jennifer needs new foreign phrases
[Agence-Vleeptron Presse has retranscribed the previous post in legible text form. This legible transcription in no way diminishes your need or desire to soil your undergarments.]
a nuke in Iran has just started to behave in an Anomalous Manner. The nuke seems to have ceased operating within design parameters. A lot of ambulances were observed racing toward area hospitals.
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I got this Alert on my favorite e-list ever, a yahoogroup i like to call "Ionizing Radiation Affacianados" -- about 3000 Garage & Basement hobbyists who share a fondness for radioactive (and usually long-banned and forbidden) materials. If it wiggles oe pegs the needle, they love it and try to buy it on e-bay, or from Central Asians who have cool leftover stuff from the Soviet Union.
Meanwhile I have fallen in love with RSOE EDIS, a shoestring outfit in Hungary whose mission is to give any curious reader the 411 on any potential Life-Extincting Events on the surface of Earth, or in nearby space. I am subscribing like yesterday. It's why I own 2 Geiger-Muller counters in the first place. I I so do not want to be the last guy to hear about crap like this. With e-mails from RSOE EDIS, i can be the 8th or 9th guy to know, in time to hop the last bus out of Fukushima Prefecture.
I am also compiling a webpage with the phrase "FLEE FOR YOUR LIVES" in all known human languages. It's a lot like Jennifer's Language Page, but Jennifer limits herself mostly to unimportant memes like Please and Thank You and Hello.
Saturday, 1st December 2012 :: 21:20:15 UTC
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Nuclear Event in Iran on Thursday, 29 November, 2012 at 14:08 (02:08 PM) UTC.
[NOTICE!!! This information not confirmed!] Iranian nuclear officials are being secretive about the nature of an incident in the Iranian Isfahan nuclear plant that sent many staff members to nearby hospital emergency rooms Wednesday. The head of Iran's Medical Emergency Agency told reporters that staff members of an Isfahan Nuclear plant "have observed some symptoms." He stressed that all medical emergency units in Iran should be ready to "confront nuclear incidents." "Those who have been around UCF Isfahan, have shown symptoms and are receiving treatment," said Gholamreza Masoumi to Iranian state-run news agencies. He did not mention a specific time for the incident nor did he volunteer any details about the nature of it. "We have not yet had any incident outside nuclear designated areas," he said. Masoumi said that the agency has been training the medical emergency unit staff on providing treatment for nuclear incidents. Masoumi told Mehr news agency that recently the Iranian government has formed a "Nuclear Emergency" task force to provide services that would be needed following nuclear incidents. Furthermore, Nuclear Emergency centers in provinces where nuclear sites are located will receive a boost. Masoumi stressed that there has never been an incident of nuclear leakage at any Iranian nuclear plant. Radio Free Europe reported that following the publication of this incident, Mehr news removed the article from its website, however, on June 28, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Freidoon Abbasi, tried to play down the incident. "Any kind of incident may occur in any plant," said Abbasi to Iranian Fars News. "However it does not mean that such events lead to spread of radioactive material."
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