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Extremes are what matter here. Obviously, you can't or won't accept that.
Either way, I've said all I will about it.
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Extremes are what matter here. Obviously, you can't or won't accept that.
Either way, I've said all I will about it.
I can think up thousands of scenarios that will almost certainly not happen, should we worry about those as legitimate concerns as well? It would be extremely stupid for any force to knowingly attack a nuclear plant, there would be global repercussions and they would likely be dealt with swiftly by a majority of the civilized world.
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If a shake can cause these kinds of problem, what's going to happen if they had been targeted by an opposing military force via air strike?
A piece of trivia: According to studies carried out by the U.S. Electric Power Research Institute, both the reactor and the waste fuel storage should withstand an attack comparable to those of 9/11.

I'd say this your so-called "shake" caused a "slightly" bigger issue, don't you think?
     
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kitty staying dry. EDIT: Its from 2010


Edited by Argorn5757 - 3/13/11 at 5:50pm
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kitty staying dry.

aww, poor thing.
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i would save the kitty and take him home before it drowns or gets eaten.
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i would save the kitty and take him home before it drowns or gets eaten.
i think the cat was saved

http://translate.google.com/translat...F07153327.html


edit: ah i fail, article and pic are from 2010. thats what i get for finding on a less than reliable site X_X
Edited by Argorn5757 - 3/13/11 at 5:49pm
post #798 of 2836
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If a shake can cause these kinds of problem, what's going to happen if they had been targeted by an opposing military force via air strike?
I believe there's a video somewhere of a fighter jet being flown into a containment wall. The wall didn't budge.

Edit, found it.


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I believe there's a video somewhere of a fighter jet being flown into a containment wall. The wall didn't budge.

Edit, found it.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25vlt7swhCM
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there was a guy floating on a roof for 2 days that got saved today.
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