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Originally posted by notsofunnyguy
Started a new thread as soon as #3 started smoking.
Originally posted by TheRemedial
They really should have started entombing after the initial explosions (Boron in the mix). Michaio Kaku changed his tune even later than he probably should have. At the same time and oddly enough, Bill Nye (The Science Guy) stated on the air that there was no way to get these reactors back under control. I was thinking he would be the guy telling the kids at home everything was going to just fine.
I would say we are on a roll now, globally. I have never been one to fear monger and I have always taken the calm position. I chime in on occasion easing the minds of those whom seem anxious reading some of the outlandish threads here on ATS....Right now, I am very seriously concerned about what is happening in the world for the first time and the reasons for that have been showing up all year long.
We have some serious issues to conquer and I mean all humanity. I know not the extent but I do know whatever comes from all of this will not be a walk in the park.
Originally posted by EyesWideShut
As much as I'm a doom hound, I really hope for the best in japan... I'm praying they get this thing under control.
Originally posted by MoonandStar
Ok, from the pic I've posted couple of posts back, it looks like #3 suffered another explosion. I mean #3 didn't look like that before...phew...
9:27 a.m. Monday ET, 10:27 p.m. Monday Tokyo] Tokyo Electric Power Company will resume rolling blackouts in the Tokyo metropolitan area on Tuesday as power demand is expected to surpass supply, Kyodo News reported. The blackouts could last several hours between 9:20 a.m. and 10 p.m., the Kyodo report said. Monday was a holiday in Japan, reducing demand for electricity in businesses.
[8:57 a.m. Monday ET, 9:57 p.m. Monday Tokyo] "The crisis has still not been resolved, and the situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remains very serious," Yukiya Amano, the director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told its board of governors Monday after a visit to the site. "Buildings have been damaged by explosions," he said. "There has, for the most part, been no electric power. Radiation levels are elevated. It is no exaggeration to describe the work of the emergency teams as heroic."
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