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Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by jadedANDcynical
I am still looking for a video on #4...
I did find this...
The agency did not identify the missing workers, but said they were in the turbine area of the No.4 reactor at the Fukushima nuclear plant, which was damaged by last Friday's earthquake and tsunami.
Agency official also told a news conference there was a crack in the roof of the reactor buildingwww.reuters.com...
Originally posted by Destinyone
reply to post by zorgon
Ok.....very short vid, midway zooms in.this one? N4 explosion? TIA Des
edit on 03/28/2011 by Destinyone because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by apacheman
Anyone know if there are any methyl hydrate deposits near there?
I'm off to check for known methyl hydrate deposits in the area.
In addition to naturally occurring oil and gas seeps in the Santa Barbara Channel, north of Los Angeles, methane and hydrogen sulfide gases are actively discharging at the crest of a mud volcano only 24 kilometers west-southwest of Redondo Beach, California. The mud volcano is 30m high and its top is about the size of a football field. It formed as gas-charged sediment from depth squeezed up to the sea floor, probably along an active fault at the edge of the offshore Santa Monica Basin. The top of the mud volcano is about 800m below the sea surface, and at this depth the water pressure is 80 times the atmospheric pressure at sea level. As a result, water and methane gas at this pressure "freezes" to form what is termed a methane hydrate. The hydrate ice becomes incorporated in the surrounding ocean-floor sediment.
Originally posted by TheRedneck
Does it scare anyone that a redneck in Alabama is wondering how much fun it might be to play with some nitrogen triiodide now?