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Originally posted by ljonesyuk
Without going back through the entire thread Im assuming that these pics have been shown......
Nice and airy hole which shows a lovely green crane
and then what lays below that huge hole and the lovely green crane
Efforts to try to restore power to reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi complex are interrupted as high radiation forces the withdrawal of workers. But it's unclear whether a return of power will help. Spent fuel rods remain the biggest concern.
Japanese nuclear engineers are now considering using concrete to cover the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
The move, considered as a last resort to avert a catastrophic radiation release, was also used to seal huge leakages from Chernobyl. It comes after authorities raised the alert level to five, just two shy of the maximum
Originally posted by letscit
reply to post by Unity_99
i am with you. what i am wondering is: they just reported that radiation levels have risen slightly in cali. according to epa, but that is the same as going for an x-ray. now, does this mean we should be wearing a lead chest protector and only be exposed for a few seconds? that is what ya do at the doctor. also i heard somewhere that you are only suppoed to have 1 x-ray every 6 months due to the danger. i dont know if its true but if it is should we only go outside once every 6 months as not to be harmed?