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Originally posted by PuterMan
Originally posted by Aeons
reply to post by PuterMan
Radiation won't go through that much water. That is not the concern.
I know what the concern is. The link to the radiation in Scotland was just an indicator of how long things can take if it were to go wrong.
Water moves by the way. If you have worked on a database of radiation readings on a nuclear power station coolant outfall then you will be aware of just how much it can pick up if things are not quite right.
Originally posted by dovdov
I guess that 200 mile line crack on the seafloor means nothing since after all the "relief wells" are coming to save us. This cannot be fixed and will not be stopped. There is greater benefit by keeping it going than by stopping it. That's just common sense. Look at what has happened over the past nearly 3 months now...