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  1. Judea AD33
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    While we are talking about TV series, who has seen this one?

    Because of it’s poignant relevance and incredible accuracy it has to be up there with the best TV I’ve ever watched.

    5 episodes of astonishingly accurate, terrifyingly grim, movingly heroic, sobering brilliance.
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    16 Jun '19 12:20
    @divegeester said
    While we are talking about TV series, who has seen this one?

    Because of it’s poignant relevance and incredible accuracy it has to be up there with the best TV I’ve ever watched.

    5 episodes of astonishingly accurate, terrifyingly grim, movingly heroic, sobering brilliance.
    Déjà vu? 🤔 😉
  3. Judea AD33
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    16 Jun '19 12:29
    @great-big-stees said
    Déjà vu? 🤔 😉
    I felt it deserved a thread of it's own.
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    16 Jun '19 12:41
    @divegeester said
    I felt it deserved a thread of it's own.
    There certainly are a large number of people who'd agree with you...I think.
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    16 Jun '19 14:24
    @divegeester said
    While we are talking about TV series, who has seen this one?

    Because of it’s poignant relevance and incredible accuracy it has to be up there with the best TV I’ve ever watched.

    5 episodes of astonishingly accurate, terrifyingly grim, movingly heroic, sobering brilliance.
    I heard it mentioned on the Beeb and look forward to seeing it.

    Btw did you know that the Ukraines now sell blueberries in the European market? They collect baskets of the things from the surrounding forests then sell them to a company that has someone to check the radiation level. The low level of radioactivity blueberries are put to one side and the ones with a high level are put to another. Then the low and high level types are combined and sold on as blueberries with an ‘acceptable’ level of radioactivity: so always read the label!
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    16 Jun '19 14:27
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    Or take a Geiger counter with you to market....
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    @sonhouse said
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    Or take a Geiger counter with you to market....
    amazon's choice for a fruit radiation detector...
    very reasonably priced,
    there are even cheaper versions of the same device!!!

    https://tinyurl.com/y22ef6nb
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    16 Jun '19 17:36
    @drewnogal said
    I heard it mentioned on the Beeb and look forward to seeing it.

    Btw did you know that the Ukraines now sell blueberries in the European market? They collect baskets of the things from the surrounding forests then sell them to a company that has someone to check the radiation level. The low level of radioactivity blueberries are put to one side and the ones with a high l ...[text shortened]... ed and sold on as blueberries with an ‘acceptable’ level of radioactivity: so always read the label!
    Ukrainiums!
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    @sonhouse said
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    Or take a Geiger counter with you to market....
    So much for EU food standards.

    (If the account by drewnogal is true, which I doubt btw)
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    16 Jun '19 17:39
    @great-big-stees said
    There certainly are a large number of people who'd agree with you...I think.
    Have you seen it?
  11. Judea AD33
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    @rookie54 said

    there are even cheaper versions of the same device!!!
    Ironically that’s what the Russian head of nuclear energy said when they were designing the Chernobyl reactor.
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    @divegeester said
    So much for EU food standards.

    (If the account by drewnogal is true, which I doubt btw)
    Heard it on a Guardian podcast.

    https://www.theguardian.com/global/audio/2019/apr/25/are-our-blueberries-radioactive-the-chernobyl-nuclear-cover-up
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    @divegeester said
    So much for EU food standards.

    (If the account by drewnogal is true, which I doubt btw)
    Norwegian fish farms, the ones floating on the fjords, that’s another polluted source of food sold in the EU. France buy a lot of their salmon, the Norwegians wont touch it!

    Farmed Norwegian Salmon - World’s most toxic foods.
    https://youtu.be/RYYf8cLUV5E
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    @divegeester said
    So much for EU food standards.

    (If the account by drewnogal is true, which I doubt btw)
    Is that the "REAL" reason Britain (well some of the Brits) want out of the EU?
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    @divegeester said
    Have you seen it?
    "Negatory", though I thought I heard, somewhere that they the Ukraniums are going to be offering tours in 2136.
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