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Originally posted by Calender
If there is a meltdown, which I hope there isn't, wouldn't it be more prudent to watch weather patterns and wind currents to see where it most likely will be taken, rather than just show a map showing it all floating over the pacific to the United States? China has a huge population, the most dense on earth, and is right next to Japan. I would be more worried for those in the immediate vicinity, and the billions of Chinese living next to them.
Originally posted by SUICIDEHK45
Reply to post by captaintyinknots
Hey. Been outta the loop for awhile and one of the "sheeple" at the truckstop I'm stranded at changed the channel from news to f-ing george lopez while I was in the bathroom. What the hell is going on?
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Originally posted by Brainiac
reply to post by balon0
You know when i watched the video it lookd fake. The smoke seemed to be overlayed on the image of the building. It was moving with around over the building.
I'm a computer graphics designer...
Originally posted by Ceriddwen
reply to post by Fuzzdog
On live news feeds from Japan, they are actually saying 1070 microsevierts. It is beyond bad.
Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency is investigating the explosion at the Fukushima-Daiichi plant. Meanwhile, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yuko Edano, has told journalists: "As to the evacuation of the residents, of course we will have to ascertain the level of the radiation and, of course, we will have to cope and take appropriate measures. But once we do the analysing and once we know the facts we will let you know."
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Japanese officials order evacuations of several coastal areas and warn that aftershocks may trigger 2-meter tsunami waves