posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 06:50 AM
I was talking to a friend of mine last night who's father is a chemical engineer. He says that a Chernobyl-style melt down is not likely. Chernobyl
was terrible because it exploded high into the atmosphere because it contained graphite. The Japan nuclear site does not contain graphite. That being
said, he said that if the Japanese are able to contain the site with no other episodes until sunday, then chances are good and he is hopeful. I didn't
understand the science behind it, but it was something to do with a formula and the way things either accelerate for the better or worse depending on
time. They just need more time. Let's hope nothing major happens until sunday… 1 more day to go…
He also said radiation will reach the U.S, for sure. He said there was no doubt. He also said that the amount is in question. He said that the human
body is very capable of handling traces of radiation with no problem. He was more worried about other chemicals being used in the states rather than
radiation! Go figure…..
Sacramento had a slight elevation in radiation readings yesterday, but really minuscule with no impact on human health. I have been monitoring the
radiation levels across the country yesterday and today through the CDX website. All levels are within normal now. Very good news for now.
on 19-3-2011 by TETRA.X because: typo ... oops