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Originally posted by g146541
I thought these things started melting down last week or so.
You know they are looking to evacuate Japan as of last week.
And I read somewhere that cthulu was seen materializing from one of the reactors.
Please folks, when the thing blows up, lemme know.
Until then all else is misdirection imo.
Oh wait I see, i just looked below the video and saw, Intelhub.
More of "Scare em all Al's" propaganda.edit on 24-3-2011 by g146541 because: Alex jones is a fearmongering gold selling schill.
Originally posted by L.HAMILTON
A Neutron beam could mean a melt down .. a combination of uranium and plutoniom ..
Originally posted by dragonridr
reply to post by L.HAMILTON
I'm skeptical of this report for a couple of reasons one that means the reactor is still operating. Now according to there procedures the boron rods dropped the minute the earth quake started. This would stop the fission process and no neutrons would be created.And finally how are they detecting this beam In a lab you have to use a scintillation detector just to see it. If the reactor core was breached this beam wouldn't move or disapear provided it would create a beam in the first place which is also unlikely. How ever if against all the laws of physics it actually occured the reactor core then is breached and you have more to worry about then a beam. At that point you have a bomb and we should be seeing a mushroom cloud with a live reactor with a breach. .
Originally posted by Project-Sign
It annoys me that mainstream news outlets have seemingly dropped this story so quickly, especially here in Europe. Japan still faces tough months and possibly even years ahead and news channels here barely gave it a full week of coverage. I know Libya has taken the limelight somewhat, but Japan doesn't even get a mention now. How quickly we forget and move on.