posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 07:30 AM
reply to post by bluemirage5
Would like to say that we can't expect a devasted country that is shocked as hell, struggling just to provide accommodation, warmth, food, water to
many of its people AND still has areas that search and rescue have not yet reached, to simply cope and diffuse their nuclear problem reactors by
utilising methods that many think should be employed. The actual physical operating time inside the plants is so little per worker and all has to be
carried out mechanically by hand.
I heard on RT News an Indian lady advising viewers about Japanese Law on this situation. Current thinking says a design fault on the reactors is to
blame. The company who designed the reactors is American. However the Operating Company is Japanese. Under Japanese Law the American Company cannot
I would wonder if that could change if the contamination area reaches other countries who would seek to sue on the basis of design fault. By letting
corporations dodge their mistakes it means that nothing changes so perhaps we are at a cross road for letting legal tools stop necessary change to be
implemented under certain circumstances.
I would recommend watching today's Max Keiser Report on RT News. He interviewed a man who gave his opinion on cyber money and the cyber world we
live in. I don't care for the money markets and think its time to create a new financial model. Our current cyber financial model has meant the
Japanese Government 'was obliged' to put huge sums of money into this cyber world; but I did wonder whether, the Japanese Government would not have
been better spending their money repairing and rebuilding their country and the health of their citizens.
I always think of the story of the husband coming home to his wife, sitting down head in hands. She asks whats the matter. He replies "I owe Tom
money" At that moment Tom goes by the house. Wife leaps over to the window and starts to open it. Husband - "What are you doing?" Her reply is
twofold. leaning out, she shouts.."Oi Tom, you know that money John owes you, well he can't pay it!"and slams the window shut. She looks at John
on her way to the kitchen and says - "Now its his problem!". I wish most countries would do this becaue this money is cyber money, it never was
real.- you must see the Keiser intervew his guest puts it so much better.
I'll run for cover now as I expect there are people who will wish to explain what a silly billy I am over my financial thoughts