I quote from the picture above: "In the unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan, the gravest danger may well be from the spent nuclear fuel at the damage Fukushima Daichi power plant."[Emphasis mine].
Huh. I thought the gravest danger facing the Japanese was the killing of 20,000 or so of their nationals from the tsunami and zero from complications from the nuclear power plants. I also thought that the total exposure from the radiation, which according to a Harvey Mudd professor, is less than that of flying.
You know what that means? Down with flying! Bananas also have radiation! Down with them, too! Dosage be damned! I had better be careful. I could well start a movement over at Pitzer to ban bananas.
Pitzer College -- where else? -- is holding a viewing of a fear-mongering masquerading as science on April 4, at 7:00 PM in Benson Auditorium.