posted on Mar, 27 2011 @ 11:19 AM
reply to post by HunkaHunka
So much can be done to stop this. A few thousands of an inch thick Graphite cloth alone was proven to be more effective than immersion in these types
This is one giant event cascade, witch is too much for the reatoc technitions to handle, so they turn to the governement of Japan for help, and they
inturn turn to the manufacturers at GE. So GE calls Sandia Labs, and then the long line of finger pointing starts, and people start jumping off of
bridges. We are way past culpability, and into forced nobility here. It no longer matters to the people of Japan who is responsible for starting
this mess, for them, history will remember the ones who stopped it.
There is only one way to neutralize a fission reaction, at this point, survival depends more on controlling the rate of decay, and exhausting the
reaction, rather than trying to starve the reaction. Water is no longer a viable coolant. All it does is creat low air pressure which draws
radioactive debris into the upper atmosphere. Over 600 degrees celcius, and the water infact adds energy to the reaction through increased static
electricity in turbulant air flows. The roots of atomic energy are in metallurgy.