posted on Mar, 29 2011 @ 02:28 AM
Hi all, I've been thinking about this for a while. The Japanese reactor workers/soldiers/firefighters are dumping salt/freshwater on these power
plants. The coolant system which cycles water through the cores to keep them cool is currently not operating. They have pretty much been nonstop
spraying dumping countless tons of water on these plants to keep them cool.
Where is this water going?
Is it all evaporating in the air. And if so, why are they pumping water out?
What are they doing with the radiated water that they are pumping out?
And last but not least. Who is running this dog and pony show?
Whoever he is, needs to be relieved and we need fresh hands on this.
Sometimes you need a new set of eyes on a task when it is out of control.
The point I'm trying to make is, you can't spray water on top of a fire. It won't do much. You have to hit it at it's base. These guys need an
endgame and I don't think they have any answers.
Any thoughts regarding the water situation?