Originally posted by VeniVidi
Isn't it amazing that Fox is more interested in politics?
Japan's chief government spokesman said it was "not realistic" to think the Daiichi nuclear plant in Fukushima, 240 kms (150 miles) north of Tokyo, would reach the start of a nuclear chain reaction, but said officials were talking to the U.S. military about possible help.
Originally posted by meathed
Originally posted by 90gsx
Originally posted by SkipperJohn
reply to post by SMR
so what happens if they just walk away from it?
The reactors will get so hot that is will be a total meltdown
And there is only one thing worse than a meltdown, and thats 6 meltdowns.
This will make chernobyl look like a camp fire.
Good luck to Japan and all its people.
May the sun rise again.
Originally posted by HeldHostage14
So what now? We just wait till it explodes? So due to this event it clearly proves that we have no safety measures. Which means that all nuclear plants around the world are a ticking time bomb. HeldHostage on our land.
Originally posted by MedievalGhost
Originally posted by WhizPhiz
I heard about this a few minutes ago on NHK World...they were saying the levels at one of the plants was over 6000 milli-something...I can't remember, but all workers were evacuated...I don't think they evacuated all other plants did they?
The Fukushima plant contains 6 nuclear reactors. All are in grave trouble, and have now been abandoned. Our worst nightmares are coming true.