posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 07:29 PM
Originally posted by XPLodER
Originally posted by predator0187
reply to post by Laurauk
No trust years and years of nuclear physics, sh!t you can be as panicked as you want but do not make other people needlessly panic as well.
Japan is asking for help which is a good thing, the more countries working on it the better, that should make people feel better alone.
sorry to say this buddy
THE TRUST ME IM A SCIENTIST
and these reactors are 100% safe bs
THIS COULDNT HAPPEN HERE
is total complete bs
ITS NOT AS BAD AS YOU THINK
is total complete bs
when it comes to nuclear ANY amount of release is VERY dangerous
to say otherwise is BS
I agree that this is bad period, and I'm not saying to trust ME, I'm telling you that because the moderator rods were put in place the nuclear
reaction stopped, that's a given, what we are dealing with now is residual radiation, which poses a smaller threat.
This is a horrible situation and should have never been allowed to get this far, we agree on that, japan will feel the effects of this for a long
time, all I am saying is, the fact there is no new nuclear reactions taking place means this event cannot be as large as chernobyl.
Chernobyl was in the fissioning stage when it blew, these events are blowing the outside structure which has nothing to do with containment, they just
released the steam and very little radiation inside the building which disappates the radioactive elements even more.
All I am saying is that because the Japanese stopped the nuclear fission the second the earthquake hit we are not in for a Chernobyl, a three mile
island event is much more likely. Still bad but much better than Chernobyl.
When the prof of nuclear physics at the university of Victoria is saying there is nothing to worry about I trust him. He is not only a professional
nuclear physicist, but is also directly in the supposed fallout area, if he says there is nothing to worry about, regardless of how bad this becomes
I'll listen to him.
I'm not trying to spread mis information here I am relaying what I know, not what I think.
I respect you Xploder and have had conversations with you before, I am just saying what I know, not from the news or MSM, but from people who know
about both the build of the containment structures and nuclear physics.