Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Angel Heart, Apr 21, 2008.
Moral of the story is to nuke all atolls with coral on them??
Only 50 years, huh? I guess in the overall scheme of things that's pretty quick.
Is it really so suprising to find out that something is "growing" where there was once nuclear radiation. Before you know it, the coral will be abnormally large, deformed, and glowing. j/k
Granny thinks coral is like a canary inna coal mine...
Coral reefs head for 'knock-out punch'
4 January 2018 - Repeat bouts of warmer seawater are posing a significant challenge to the world's tropical corals.
Only 50 years later..... but hey, it might show what happens when humans are not allowed somewhere.
Just because the coral polyps are the size of dinner plates and the "large tree-like branching coral formations" were trying to grab the divers, no need to panic.
So, is the moral of this piece that we just as well go ahead and have a nuclear war? That everything will be hunky dory fifty years later?
Who is digging this crap from the trash bins?
Same is true of Chernobyl.
The Earth gets over stuff.
But it takes time. This is called half-lives.
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