posted on May, 30 2014 @ 08:18 PM
a reply to: BobAthome
The stack in question is the one to the rear I believe......I don't see a crane holding it up.
And yes the stack is in danger of collapsing. They can't repair it, the readings are too high for workers to make the repairs.
There is a known effect of radiation, especially high radiation reading and its effects on steel, iron etc..... Fukushima is only 3 three years young
and they already are seeing these effects..... this is why the sarcophagus at Cherny has to be repaired/replaced,,, the radiation weakens the concrete
after a period of time.
Unless they have several support cables hooked up to a crane 24/7/365.....that is the only way to keep it from collapsing. I have seen the cranes
moving around,,, they aren't supporting any emmisions stacks.
PS: Tepco's webcams are too crappy to really make out any fine details.... you can't make the assumption they are using cranes to support the
When the stack goes, it will go without warning.... most likely during another earthquake would be my guess.... although as bad as it looks, I suppose
a good typhoon could take it down.... and spread whatever is inside it all over who knows where!
lol I don't see a crane holding up a stack for the next 30-40 years,,, but maybe that's just me.
If your post is solely to claim that Tepco is using cranes to support the stack to keep it from falling, please link a source or at the very least a
credible picture that shows this.
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