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post #2591 of 2836
Yeah im starting to feel as if this was intended/planned - as in corperations. - The proof is in the stock market

There are a lot of isitopes that have been emmited which can only be achived during meltdown! (scientific fact)

I could carry on all day explaining this, but its up to you guys to understand and decide! (no im not a 'conspiracy theorist') I just look at what is going on with the stock market and the earth in general (not to make money)!
Edited by Flack88 - 5/12/11 at 5:47pm
post #2592 of 2836
holy shi'ite muslim... there is no good that can come from this.
post #2593 of 2836
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ironcobra View Post
if/when these reactors meltdown it will be worse then chernobyl yes/no?
The "experts" say it is just as bad. TEPCO won't get their heads out of their ....... and admit it.

http://www.theatlanticwire.com/globa...fficial/37671/

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The Fukushima disaster is already as bad as Chernobyl according to the International Atomic Energy Association's scale, but the radiation levels released are yet to be determined. Semantics and classifications aside, the people of Japan's situation is scarier than before for one reason: that big hole that's leaking radioactive water puts a serious damper TEPCO's plan to cool the reactor by dousing it with water. Even if they plug the leak, it's unclear how much more radioactive water has seeped into the ground or ocean around the plant. This is the third leak discovered by officials, and it may very well not be the last.
It's well known already that TEPCO will keep revising the safe radiation levels higher and higher until it appears completely safe. And no I'm not being sarcastic, that it the truth!

If you don't believe it then why did they keep raising the safe dosage limit? To let the workers stay on the site and continue to work and make it not appear as dangerous as it is.

Why does the U.S. want a greater evacuation area but Japan refuses to comply?

Why did TEPCO halt radiation readings?

Why did they stop giving out radiation readers to workers?
Edited by aweir - 5/12/11 at 11:10pm
post #2594 of 2836
I just think it's sad how anyone who predicted this was pretty much shot down as an idiot or conspiracy theorist.
post #2595 of 2836
You people are overreacting. The accident will never be as severe as chernobyl, simply due to the fact of the way the reactors are engineered. They might have the same situation, where they are releasing radiation, but the "severity" of a case, doesn't exactly transfer over such things. There are huge differences to the Chernobyl situation compared to Fukushima. A.) The reactor core is not exposed in Fukushima, like it was in Chernobyl. B.) The authorities are doing ALOT more sooner then chernobyl. The problem with the IAEA's disaster scale, is that it makes sweeping generalizations about the severity of an accident, instead of evaluation it on a case by case basis. They are very much overestimating the case.
post #2596 of 2836
Where's the new info? There's been a partial melt situation all along, hasn't there? As referenced by the gasses that were detectable.
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You people are overreacting. The accident will never be as severe as chernobyl, simply due to the fact of the way the reactors are engineered. They might have the same situation, where they are releasing radiation, but the "severity" of a case, doesn't exactly transfer over such things. There are huge differences to the Chernobyl situation compared to Fukushima. A.) The reactor core is not exposed in Fukushima, like it was in Chernobyl. B.) The authorities are doing ALOT more sooner then chernobyl. The problem with the IAEA's disaster scale, is that it makes sweeping generalizations about the severity of an accident, instead of evaluation it on a case by case basis. They are very much overestimating the case.
You sir are narrow minded, please don't drop in on this thread to try and start a flame fest. I will say this, look at the population density in select locations and the SIZE of the island... thank you and have a nice day.
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called it from day 1, now I am just wondering how contained they can keep it.

Im glad tepco isn't 100% lying still.
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You sir are narrow minded, please don't drop in on this thread to try and start a flame fest. I will say this, look at the population density in select locations and the SIZE of the island... thank you and have a nice day.
I will say that he is right. People are over-reacting and grasping at the sensationalist headlines.

Sure it is bad. But calling Fukushima as bad as Chernobyl is ludicrous. The only reason it got the 7 monikor was due to Fukushima being several sub-4/5 level incidents at one site at once.


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Where's the new info? There's been a partial melt situation all along, hasn't there? As referenced by the gasses that were detectable.
Exactly.
Why is everyone taking this as some sort of horrible breaking news? It was news about a month ago. By now it's just a confirmation. I don't know about you, folks, but I actually feel reassured that the situation is changing for the better, at least in #1. Why? Because it is supported by the bit in that article that is actually NEWS (which the doomsayers seem to have "accidentally" overlooked):
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The company believes the melted fuel has cooled down, judging from the reactor's surface temperature.
I'd really like to know the precise temperature, though.
Cold shutdown = core coolant temp below 100C. I wonder how far from it the reactors are atm...
     
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