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time to move yet again... sigh.
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You guys are overreacting. The worst that can happen will be close to Three Mile Island. A Chernobyl-style meltdown is extremely unlikely.
Yep. A partial meltdown is rather likely at this point, but it's not going to be anything like Chernobyl.

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Like I said. The map should be disregarded completely at this point. I went searching throughout Australian Radiation Services and found nothing. Ideally if one of the mods could kill that map since there's no context that be great. Trying to keep information limited to CONFIRMED only at this point.
Edited by Lampen - 3/12/11 at 1:34am
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Excellent then. I have nothing to worry about.
On the other hand I now want to kill that a-hole who apparently decided that Vancouver would go first...
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Edit: Picture was removed, post serves no purpose
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Found this on SkyscraperPage, thought I'd share with you
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I personally like the map. Even though it's unrealistic, it's fun. And fun to theorize... I've posted it on a couple other forums already. With a tiny-text disclaimer...
    
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That map is probably fake. And even if it is real, it's probably accounting for something along the lines of the actual reactor exploding.
Even if it is a real map something about it is clearly wrong. Chernobyl was certainly worse that this and there's no way we're going to be getting 750 rads/7.5 Sieverts in pretty much the western half of the US. That would be mean half the population would be dead. Bad, misleading map is bad and misleading.
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On the subject of the map: detonating atomic weapons in Japan did not cause a radiation release that big, how could a power plant?
Those were extremely low yield bombs. Plants can release much more radiation anyways.
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this i don't understand...

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Analysts say a meltdown would not necessarily lead to a major disaster because light-water reactors would not explode even if they overheated.
Well then what the hell exploded and WHY?
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EDIT: Oh never mind, now that it's suddenly page 6 again...
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