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MOX fuel in Reactor No. 3 is 2 MILLION TIMES more dangerous than enriched uranium!!

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posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 05:45 PM
reply to post by Vitchilo

Not to mention all the spent fuel rods that were in the top of that building that absolutely detonated.

Reactor 4 is on fire in the spent rod area, where there are 800 MOX rods currently burning.

This is insane doom.

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 05:54 PM
Sorry im not very clued up on this topic so could anyone please tell me how many of these MOX facilities are operational and where? Also are there plans for these to be more common now or something? Surely if its that dangerous there must be some great arguments for how it will be safe as not even government officials would be safe from these if one were to blow (apart from the top of the elite who have bunkers, or the russians as they have many public bunkers!

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 06:05 PM
reply to post by clintdelicious

I spilled my mojito.

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posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 08:06 PM
We need one thread for all information pertaining to the reactors in japan. I'm so confused about what is going on with all these threads

posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 08:35 PM
reply to post by Beavis

Thanks mate thats a great article on the subject

posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 02:13 PM

Originally posted by Truthof2012
my question is this, and can you guys answer this

i feel very sorry for the people people of japan, but we should refuse to send any more financial aid to japanese government until they are honest and straight forward

Are you out of your tree or something!!!!! There are 126 million people there who need to be evacuated. The leaders can all blast themselves to Saturn for all I care, they don't count. The people count. Period! Period! Period!

The point is for them to be evacuating by whatever means necessary with all the aid of the world and brought out of there because Japan is a dead zone forever.

Reactor 3 went days ago, Mushroom. Japan had enough PU for 60 Nukes, and that was one of its main PU reactors. I heard the other one in another plant is in severe danger too.

And the disbursement. Mercury travels, its heavier. This is a Global Issue.

posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 02:15 PM

Consequences of airborne plume passing
over land:
(a) contamination of food & water
(b) inhalation from passing plume
(c) material deposited on land and
buildings irradiates inhabitants
(d) elevated cancer incidence and/or
abandonment of land by inhabitants
• Consequences of release to Irish Sea:
(a) contamination of seafood
(b) sea-to-land transfer of contamination
• Consequences of remobilization of
material in Irish Sea sediments:
(a) contamination of seafood
(b)sea-to-land transfer of contamination
• Consequences of remobilization of
material in Irish Sea sediments:
(a) contamination of seafood
(b) sea-to-land transfer of contamination....

Airborne plume containing 4 million TBq
of Cs-137 (50% release) passing over land
would render ca. 200 thousand sq. km
uninhabitable for 30+ years
(Area of Belgium = 30 thousand sq. km)

This seems to be an older Mox Fuel Issue, and looking at Eur, but they are acknowledging how FAR the DISBURSEMENT issues go. Nor were they talking about a reactor that had so many kilograms of spent fuel.

Japan had the biggest stockpile in the world, aside from France its supplier.

The whole idea of Commercial or Corporate PU, is obscene.

posted on Apr, 11 2011 @ 01:16 AM
ummm yea. plutonium is very safe, freaking look it up.

thousands of tons going into the atmosphere will not be a good thing.

a baseball size chunk will cause cancer in 50% on the humans on the planet.

Give me a break.

60 thousand pounds over the next few weeks, not very good,.

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