Sweet. Maybe a10t2 can tell us why it looks bigger, and the vertical1 can tell us why the world might end.
I was going to, but now I think my feelings are too hurt.
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Ok Gurus, The fallout from the path of that plume is leaving a deposit of material on / thereby in the pacific. What is the effect of that, dead or sickly floura and fauna?
If radiation weighting factors for xray or gamma photons or electrons of any energy are 1 and alpha particles possess a factor of 20 why wouldn't it be preferable to be exposed by gamma rays?
If im not mistaken the plants lost power and there was no other way to pump water to the cooling towers setting up a chain of events that either may or will lead to a full out meltdown.
She's gone from suck... to blow!
The workers have fled (supposedly) due to the radiation.The utility evacuated non-essential personnel after a radiation monitor at the gatehouse spiked to 6 mSv/hr, with consistent readings over 2 mSv/hr. There are still about 50 people working inside the perimeter.
This doesn't provide definitive guidance on Mg's effect of yeast growth and performance, but I believe that it doesn't hurt as long as the Mg concentration is kept moderate. You will start to have taste impact at concentrations of 30 ppm. Therefore, I recommend that a preferred Mg range is 5 to 30 ppm in the mash and sparging water.
Make a really long pipe. One that stretches from the ground up into outer space. At one end you have a vacuum, at the other end you've got 1 atmosphere of pressure. A 14.7 psi of pressure differential... Voila! instant vacuum cleaner.
Yes, but which ones turn you into the Hulk? Gamma.
Hopefully any "fallout" will end up in the Pacific before it blows over the US mainland or any islands. I'm more fearful of alpha and beta than gamma so would like to see that stuff in the ocean than on human skin, crops or living enviromments.
So before I pitch my yeast I should probably take a least one more gravity reading after a good aeration, correct?