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Originally posted by sonnny1
Originally posted by OneLife
reply to post by RickyD
It seems that their are a number of Japanese citizens who actively have voiced protest on building Nuclear Reactors on the Island, since 1975,and in the rest of the world.
CNIC was established in 1975 in Tokyo
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The proposed Kaminoseki Nuclear Power Plant is to be built on landfill in a national park in Japan's well-known and picturesque Inland Sea. For three decades, local residents, fishermen, and environmental activists have opposed the plant. The Inland Sea has been the site of intense seismic activity, yet the utility involved continues with its plans.
The utility continues with its plans no matter what we say. GE continues with it's plans no matter what we say. Well it is time they are held responsible for these decisions. All of them held responsible.
Originally posted by Creatrix1
Yesterday I found this site:
showing radiation levels in the States, automatically updating.
Originally posted by woghd
This may sound extreme, but the science is sound. A small nuclear explosion, properly applied, will vaporize the entire facility, including all reactors, stopping all meltdowns. Now before you start screaming, understand that the amount of material in a warhead is miniscule to what is in just one of those troubled reactors, and the blast can be controlled to send the fallout to wherever it will do the least harm. I am speaking of a very small field-level nuke here.
If the meldowns cannot be stopped, they will spew dangerous radiation for hundreds of years. Vaporizing those rods will stop the meltdowns, and a controlled explosion will not do any more harm than has already been done. In fact the area will be quite livable very quickly. Look at what happened at chernobyl, it's still too dangerous to live there, and that was just one reactor.
One *small* nuke. The reaction stops. The fallout is sent to where WE want it to go.
Originally posted by Brainiac
reply to post by kathael
Yeah, but saving face is exactly what they did. I don't think it's sad, he's probably crying because he finally had to admit the truth. Failure...