This is What Happens When Human Body Is Exposed To Radiation (Graphic Content)

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Before we show you the grave picture, be warned. This image is not for the faint-hearted ones. It can make one of the strongest minds recoil in fear as it sees the effects of radiation on the human body. Interestingly enough, this degenerated condition of the body didn’t present itself immediately.
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The radiation accident took place in Japan at the reprocessing facility of Tokaimura on 30 September 1999. The poor victim’s name was Hiroshi Ouchi, who was just 35 years old at that time. It happened while he was depositing Uranyl Nitrate containing 16 kilograms worth of uranium ions into a precipitation tank. The result was disastrous for his body as strong radiation comprising Neutron beams ripped through his body and shredded his DNA to bits. Without them, he was very similar to a lump of meat with the body having no idea what to do with food, how to work or even respond to stimulus.

The doctors knew that the moment his body was exposed to such concentrated beams, he was a walking dead man. Despite the damning exposure of radiation, Ouchi was conscious for some time in the aftermath. He could even talk to his surgeons a little and they thought there might be some hope after all.

That is until the skin started falling off, and his flesh exposed and followed the behavior of the surface. His condition worsened every day as his body relinquished control of his intakes and excretions. He was kept alive for a jaw-dropping 83 days with artificial help for medical reasons. He was put into a coma soon after his symptoms became too painful for him. His skin and flesh blistered and began to fall right in front of the doctors. His body organs failed collectively, and he lost an astonishing 20 Kgs of body fluids in a single day, and more had to be pumped into him as well as a huge amount of blood transfusion.

His body was monitored round the clock by a dedicated team of nurses, specialists, and scientists. Stem transplants, skin grafts, and other unconventional surgeries were carried out at his deteriorating body during those days which resulted in no success since his neurological DNA had been damaged. It was clear to the medical staff that he won’t survive, but they kept trying just because it was an extraordinary case.

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Here is a photograph of the poor individual. There is no skin on him at all. This is what happens when you mess with radiation. Perhaps it was a signal for mankind to stop this unnatural generation of electricity. Nuclear waste will keep on radiating for centuries and we can’t do anything about it.



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  1. Thankfully he is in a place with a healthy body and without pain now. I zoomed the pic and it appears that his right leg is missing below the knee?

  2. I understand the use of nuclear power but keeping an already dead man alive is completely out of order and a savage act the man begged for death but all he got was more pain then anyone should have to endure

  3. Gotta love the last sentence of propaganda. Nuclear power is the safest form simply because it has claimed the least lives of all mainstream generation methods. Or do the lives of thousands of victims of radiation have more value than the millions that have died thanks to coal, oil and gas? In my grandfather’s day cities were perpetually foggy, except it wasn’t fog it was smog and it was slowly killing everyone, nobody lived to 70 and 50 was considered a good age to reach, acid rain also fell from the sky and damaged everything it touched including people. When was the last time you heard anyone talk about acid rain? Exactly, it went away in the 1980’s as we closed the last of our fossil-fuel burning plants.

    People hate progress because they don’t think about how bad it was previously.

    1. Late response, but this is madness, there are plenty of other sources for making energy. Like with solar energy, wind energy, water powered energy, why power plants? If all of these plants would explode there would be no earth. Radiation is far more dangerous than coal, oil or gas.

      1. Coal, oil and gas power stations all emit more radiation than nuclear power plants do. Yes, nuclear plants can potentially be worse, but it takes an accident for that to happen. Nuclear power is the safest of all known methods, it might not fit the narrative, but its true.

  4. I think it is inhumane to save him. 🙁 The poor guy is probably begging for death…I think this is one of the case that medical team, i.e. doctors, nurses, etc should let him go…

  5. Good article regarding radiation exposure. Nevertheless, public need to know what is the amount of radiation dose received by Ouchi. By having general statement, it will cause curiosity and fear among public members even we have practice the ALÀRA concept. I hope this article will be edited and have more precise figures on the radiation dosage received by Ouchi. Thank you.

    1. Iskandar, I hope so too. As radiation can be dangers but so can most things if it is not correctly understood and controlled. A bit more on the types of radiation and there attributes would also be good.

    2. He received 17 SV of radiation. 8 SV is a lethal dose. In my opinion he should never have been left to die slowly in this way. They knew he had no chance of surviving and given the amount of pain he was in there is no way to know if the poor man wasn’t screaming inside his mind even under an induced coma. I think what they did was inhumane. When levels of radiation like this are exposed upin a human they should have the right to ask for a fatal dose of pain meds allowing them to slip into unconsciousness and die with some dignity and without becoming a human guinea pig. So sad…