Quote:I call bullshit.
I know enough of the math and engineering I could make a Little Boy style bomb. (Yes I am an expert machinist to fabricate it too.) It's not easy to assemble a super-critical mass or Iran would have a thousand bombs in it's arsenal. Accidental or self-assembled explosions are as silly as giant mutant vegetables from radiation. If some 'expert' tells you otherwise he has just outed himself as an idiot speaking beyond his level of expertise.
The danger from what we DO have at Fukushima is so bad it angers me you call into question the valid points by piling on bullshit. The bare facts are bad enough. Why does everybody have to ƒükking exaggerate?
In short, he says Tepco started reducing the number of workers because they can not do anything for the reactors anymore. Even though they stock lots of workers, there is no clue to do something most important.
Read More: http://fukushima-diary.com/2011/11/fukus...a+Diary%29
Well, this is it. Prepare to die of cancer if true. No cold shutdown, no hope of containment, very little hope for humanity.
Quote:Japan's Damaged Reactor Has High Radiation, No Waterwashingtonpost.com
"One of Japan's crippled nuclear reactors still has fatally high radiation levels and hardly any water to cool it, according to an internal examination Tuesday that renews doubts about the plant's stability. A tool equipped with a tiny video camera, a thermometer, a dosimeter and a water gauge was used to assess damage inside the No. 2 reactor's containment chamber for the second time since the tsunami swept into the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant a year ago. The probe done in January failed to find the water surface and provided only images showing steam, unidentified parts and rusty metal surfaces scarred by exposure to radiation, heat and humidity. The data collected from the probes showed the damage from the disaster was so severe, the plant operator will have to develop special equipment and technology to tolerate the harsh environment and decommission the plant, a process expected to last decades."
Cold shutdown? LMAO! We're screwed.
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I've read quite a bit on ENENEWS today
I've mentioned this before but, it will be a few years before we start to see just how bad it was. The medical signs will be undeniable, radiation exposure is well documented.
According to some accounts there are already problems, while the gov'ts, media, Tepco et al are in denial as usual.
From the battle of Chernobyl documentary “ the most dangerous things to come out of the reactor was not cesium , or plutonium it was lies”
A lethal level of radiation has been detected inside one of the reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, throwing fresh doubts over the operator's claims that the disabled complex is under control.
Engineers for Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) say readings of airborne radiation inside the containment vessel of Reactor 2 showed nearly 73 sieverts per hour this week, the highest since the crisis began following the earthquake and tsunami on 11 March last year. Exposure to radiation at that level is deadly within minutes, according to Japan's public broadcaster, NHK.
Throughout the crisis that ensued after a powerful earthquake and tsunami last March, both the plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power, or Tepco, and the government were accused of playing down the dangers posed by the nuclear meltdown.
with the help of the UN. Canned fish from Tohoku will be given to people in developing countries in the world so that the fisheries in the disaster-affected areas can recover and "baseless rumors" disappear.
The fish cans will go to Cambodia and 4 other countries and will be used in school lunches to feed school children.
this is so typical of 'aid' to developing countries.
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