posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 10:27 AM
Some thoughts and speculation on these new pics.
Both scafolding sections have the netting obscuring some holes they have jack-hammered into the south wall of #4 to access what?.[Dark shaded areas
behind scafolding] The section on the right would be right below the fuel pool. Patching a base of pool, crack?
The scafolding section and hole in the wall on the left side corresponds with whatever they don't want us to see in the west wall truck bay, and is
also the area of the diagonal wall buckle. [A weakened spot with a secret]
There is water on the new concrete but not right beside the scafolding, so that's good, although it might be trickling out at the base of the
scafolding on the right? Also we have a rebar going up against the south wall, in between the scafold sections so they're planing to beef up the
buckled wall and reseal these holes they have cut.
On the far right, the wide section of rebar coming up from the pad looks to be 8 to 10 feet thick, and will probably keep going up until it reaches
fuel pool level. [New, main east wall]
Once the repairs are done to the south wall, I'm guessing they will pour another 8 ft thick wall where the scafolding sits now. Between those new
columns and the original south wall.