(03-31-2011, 02:09 AM)JayRodney Wrote: Octo and I have a real green footprint as well, we gave up our car which we never used anyway because we walk everywhere we go. We spend the entire summer at the cabin with no electricity.
We could easily go off the grid or even vanish and live off the land but all thats out the window on an irradiated planet.
That's the thing, people take easy cheap energy for granted, now it's to the point they think they'll die without. Uh...NO!!! You won't!! Once you've lived like that, like you do at your cabin, you realize just how easy it is do without lol.
we saw it live here http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/index.html
Teams working on the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are going to use a synthetic resin to try and prevent radioactive dust from becoming airborne or being washed into the sea.
The hydrogen explosions earlier this month at the Number One and Three reactors spread contaminated dust and debris over a wide area.
The Tokyo Electric Power Company will begin sprinkling synthetic resin in certain places from Thursday. The resin is water-soluble and it is hoped that it will contain the contaminated dust.
TEPCO will use 9000 liters of synthetic resin to produce a 60000 liter solution. It will be sprinkled around the Number four and six reactors using water trucks.
TEPCO will study whether the sprinkling prevents the dispersal of radioactive material. If successful, it will expand the scope of the sprinkling.
Thursday, March 31, 2011 07:57 +0900 (JST)
Damn! They changed the watering can picture to a more appropriate bucket
Radiation 4,385 times higher than the legal standard has been detected in seawater at a location 330 meters south of the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Tokyo Electric Power Company says 180 becquerels per cubic centimeter of radioactive iodine-131 have been detected in seawater sampled on Wednesday afternoon.
The figure is far above the 3,355-times level detected on Tuesday.
Wednesday's sampling also revealed cesium-137, which has a half-life of 30 years, at a level 527 times higher than the legal standard.
Then the rich man's pollution
Where is the problem, exactly?
Where the solution?
Everybody crying now,
for a solution"
(The JourneyMen 2007: "Dangerous")
The levels of radioactive iodine found in seawater near Japan's stricken nuclear power plant was 4,385 times more than the legal limit on Thursday, the nuclear safety agency said.
Read it at reuters.com
There is no end it site to this, we all gain more exposure with each passing hour. Hope they get that pig lipstick applied soon.
Hers is a dirty little secret: they don't have a ƒükking clue how to stop fission, they can't cool it down enough to pour concrete without it exploding, and if it's burning through the drywell as stated, I expect disaster sooner rather than later.
I hate to sound so pessimistic but I've been educating myself these last few days and reading between the lines, and sadly this is the conclusion I've come to.
I hope for everyones sake I'm wrong.
And wasn't there an Edgar Cayce prediction that said Japan MUST sink into the ocean?
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