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The Fukushima Disaster
03-14-2011, 08:58 PM #91
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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(03-14-2011, 03:42 PM)yankees Wrote:  1/3 of Japan would be inhabitable. damned.gif

It's ok
if that becomes the case
they will all just move to Los Angeles and San Francisco

and California's Real Estate Market will be back on the rise

You see, every once in a rare while

I do look at the glass as Half full,,,
03-14-2011, 09:17 PM #92
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Hey Rog wave.gifI wish I could look at anything as half full today, all the host servers went down for the better part of the day gaah.gif we were in limbo for a bit. From what I understand the Japanese practically own Hawaii, guess they will relocate to their winter homes. coffeetime.gif

03-14-2011, 09:17 PM #93
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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As is,,, and ,,,
It's so,,,
I am not a thinking man

But,,, from my shallow perspective,
I think i thought about something i see very few express on a regular basis.

That something i thought is sorta like this::::

" In a TRUE free society,,, world,,, country,,,
The Government,,, as an open Government of a FREE People,,,
do not keep secrets from the People."

In 1947, at the advent and creation of the C.I.A., with Dulles to run that as his personal

The secrets began to multiply,,, until,,, we know almost nothing,, and fear the Truth at times.

and most of us accept it.

Again, from my Shallow mind,,, comes the thought::::

" If we the people, give 33% of our income, to support the apparatus to collect the information,,,

Then do we not OWN that information?

Is it OUR's?

I mean, we pay for everything that runs and operates the U.S. Government,,,

If i am on to something
i also THINK,,, that the PEOPLE of the U.S.,,, should have access to what they OWN.

Odd that there remains TOP SECRET FILES.

That there s a larger amount of the peoples money spent to keep secrets from the people,,,

then there is money spent to help the people.

In Japan, i admit,,, i am not familiar with who owns what and how the Government works
or what they allow their people to know,,,

I am aware of my own feelings on DANGER to myself.


If a Government i rely on at times for my safety, LIES to me.

then all bets off
and it's anything goes

03-14-2011, 09:44 PM #94
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so that is why i could not log on,,, and BITCH like a stuck Goat.

I at times rent out the space in my head to shït, that really i should,, for my own safety of inner peace,, and mental well beingchuckle.gif ignore.

and today, was a day of rental's.

Kept thinking, since i awoke today,,,
of those WWII japanese Balloons that caught the winds all the way here to the west coast of the good old USA.

Kept my mind on the Radium cloud catching those same winds for a free ride here.

THEN,,,, i went and thought about SHOPPING for a new Bike.

BOY! am i glad that Half full Glass came back

03-14-2011, 10:52 PM #95
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The destruction of the reactor is obviously worse than what we've been lead to believe. Containment? 13.gif Does that look contained to anyone? Now all three are in meltdown. wtf2.gif

03-14-2011, 11:01 PM #96
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is not that the Harbor the Jap fishermen herded all those Dolphins into and then Machine Gunned the Poor Things to death as they cried in Vain?

Hard to get happy after watching that Old Video

Hard for me to feel bad for people who do that shït to Dolphins

I can hear Voices

High pitched Voices

Voices of Dolphins,,,

they are saying : So Long,,,,
and thanks for all the Fish.

So Long Japan
No Shopping for you tomorrow

03-15-2011, 02:19 AM #97
Octo Mother Superior
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Japan reactor contain appears damaged
From correspondents in Tokyo From: AFP March 15, 2011 10:01AM

PART of the container of a troubled nuclear reactor appears to be damaged, the Japanese government says, indicating possible serious radiation leaks.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano today said that "damage appears on the suppression pool" - the bottom part of the container, which contains water used to cool down the reactor and control air pressure inside.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/jap...6021617701

03-15-2011, 02:24 AM #98
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NYT NEWS ALERT: Japanese Officials Say Another Explosion Was Heard at Nuclear Plant "THE NEW YORK TIMES''

Just found this on twitter! wtf2.gif

03-15-2011, 02:29 AM #99
Octo Mother Superior
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TOKYO — Japan’s nuclear safety agency says an explosion has been heard at Unit 2 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant.

An agency spokesman speaking Tuesday on national television said the explosion was heard at 6:10 a.m. (2110 GMT).

03-15-2011, 02:46 AM #100
Octo Mother Superior
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Fuel rods may be exposed again at reactor

The Tokyo Electric Power Company has said fuel rods in the Number Two reactor at its Fukushima Number One nuclear power plant may be exposed again.

The company also reported an emergency situation to the government as the radioactivity level around the compound rose to a highest ever 3,130 microsieverts at 9:37 PM on Monday. That's 6 times higher than the permissible level.

The company said the valve to vent steam and reduce pressure in the Number Two reactor shut at 11 PM.

This increased pressure inside, making it impossible to pump water in to cool the reactor.

It said the level of water dropped sharply at the reactor, possibly fully exposing the fuel rods.


From news ticker: Fuel rods at the Number Two reactor at a power plant in quake-hit Fukushima Prefecture remain exposed.  
03-15-2011, 03:59 AM #101
Shadow Incognito Anonymous
This is beginning to take on apocalyptic proportions. I wasn't too freaked out but reactor 2 going now and personel evacuated and knowing Japan's love of downplaying every and any danger, I don't see how we'll learn much truth about what's really going on. Just reading now...


30 to 70 R From 6-12 hours: none to slight incidence of transient headache and nausea;
vomiting in up to 5 percent of personnel in upper part of dose range. Mild
lymphocyte depression within 24 hours. Full recovery expected.

70 to 150 R From 2-20 hours: transient mild nausea and vomiting in 5 to 30 percent of
personnel. Potential for delayed traumatic and surgical wound healing,
minimal clinical effect. Moderate drop in lymphocycte, platelet, and
granulocyte counts. Increased susceptibility to opportunistic pathogens.
Full recovery expected.

150 to 300 R From 2 hours to three days: transient to moderate nausea and vomiting in
20 to 70 percent; mild to moderate fatigability and weakness in 25 to 60
percent of personnel. At 3 to 5 weeks: medical care required for 10 to 50%.
At high end of range, death may occur to maximum 10%. Anticipated medical
problems include infection, bleeding, and fever. Wounding or burns will
geometrically increase morbidity and mortality.

300 to 530 R From 2 hours to three days: transient to moderate nausea and vomiting in 50
to 90 percent; mild to moderate fatigability in 50 to 90 percent of personnel.
At 2 to 5 weeks: medical care required for 10 to 80%. At low end of range,
less than 10% deaths; at high end, death may occur for more than 50%.
Anticipated medical problems include frequent diarrheal stools, anorexia,
increased fluid loss, ulceration. Increased infection susceptibility during
immunocompromised time-frame. Moderate to severe loss of lymphocytes.
Hair loss after 14 days.

530 to 830 R From 2 hours to two days: moderate to severe nausea and vomiting in 80 to
100 percent of personnel; From 2 hours to six weeks: moderate to severe
fatigability and weakness in 90 to 100 percent of personnel. At 10 days to
5 weeks: medical care required for 50 to 100%. At low end of range, death
may occur for more than 50% at six weeks. At high end, death may occur
for 99% of personnel. Anticipated medical problems include developing
pathogenic and opportunistic infections, bleeding, fever, loss of appetite,
GI ulcerations, bloody diarrhea, severe fluid and electrolyte shifts, capillary
leak, hypotension. Combined with any significant physical trauma, survival
rates will approach zero.

830 R Plus From 30 minutes to 2 days: severe nausea, vomiting, fatigability, weakness,
dizziness, and disorientation; moderate to severe fluid imbalance and headache.
Bone marrow total depletion within days. CNS symptoms are predominant at
higher radiation levels. Few, if any, survivors even with aggressive and
immediate medical attention.

So if JR's map was correct and the worst happens, we can look at the entire West coast of N America being wiped out. Really hard to wrap my mind around that.
03-15-2011, 04:07 AM #102
Octo Mother Superior
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I just read the winds are changing, it's heading towards Tokyo. It's a total nightmare. I need some sleep and I hope the world is still here tomorrow sad2.gif
03-15-2011, 04:28 AM #103
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Well,,,, I wonder what the weather is like on the East Side of the Cascades


come to think of it,,,, i wonder where i left that One Man personal flying craft.
03-15-2011, 04:37 AM #104
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Next year
we will see threads at glp

here is one possible thread title from glp a year from now.

03-15-2011, 10:01 AM #105
Octo Mother Superior
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That wouldn't surprise me one bit Roger 15.gif

The threat of a fission explosion at the Fukushima power facility emerged today when the roof of the number three reactor exploded and fears that a spent fuel pool, located over the reactor, has been compromised. The pool, designed to allow reactor fuel to cool off for several years, was constructed on top of the Fukushima reactors instead of underground. As of 2010, there were 3450 fuel assemblies in the pool at the number three reactor. The destruction of the number three reactor building has experts concerned about whether the spent fuel storage pool, which sits just below the roof, could have survived intact the hydrogen explosion. The explosion was much more severe than Saturday’s blast at the number one reactor.




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