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Originally posted by FreeSpeaker
The melted fuel at Chernobyl was 15,000 times over the lethal dose and you cannot even approach such a mass without certain death as a result.
Let's get an international team in there and cover that pile up A.S.A.P. With the tepco management shoveling on the frontline.
Originally posted by Aeons
It also doesn't work well with the neccessity to remove at the next possible opportunity that someone can get in there whatever super secret thing they where working on.
Originally posted by herenow
I'm going to re post these photos here, know someone wanted high resolution photos from the drone and haven't seen them. They ended up on the last post on the last page and I know some don't go back and reread past posts.
Originally posted by ikonoklast
From the government's perspective, I understand why they feel a need to try to prevent [further] economic disaster. But I am surprised that the people go along with this.
Current level on the surface of the molten mass known as "Elephants foot"
Originally posted by Hellhound604
I am not sure if this has been posted before, but earlier in this topic the question was raised :
Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant?
Originally posted by SFA437
reply to post by qmantoo
It was more along the lines of comparing a deep water wreck to MASSIVE surface level contamination- not that a deep water wreck or dumping wouldn't affect life.
More along the lines of degree of impact. Should have made that clearer.
Originally posted by EnhancedInterrogator
PS: Have we learned nothing, since 1971 ...
'Godzilla vs. Hedorah' (aka 'Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster')
For several hours after the first quake struck, Misawa Air Base on the Pacific coast of northern Japan was in a blackout. Just a 30-minute drive from Hachinohe, where a 13-foot tsunami wave pushed boats and debris miles inland, Misawa personnel had scrambled for the high ground, but the water did not come. Here is a firsthand report phoned in by Stars and Stripes web editor T.D. Flack:
NORTHERN JAPAN March 22, 2011 Patrol Squadron 4, currently operating out of Naval Air Facility Misawa, conducts surveys over tsunami-damaged northern Japan. The squadron's assessment will help the U.S. Navy how best to utilize its assets in support of Operation Tomodachi.
More than two weeks after the triple disasters flattened Japan, the devastated country, while trying every effort to rebuild itself, has to face another challenge—the increased activity of its 13 volcanoes.