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Originally posted by Sovaka
Seems to be the worst case scenario if they can't stop the meltdown.
Why not just drop a 1,000lb bomb on the place. Sure it will be initially devastating, but it would stop the meltdown.
Originally posted by sumgai
Originally posted by ziggy1706
reply to post by Buford2
Thats why tthiers no vid-and clicking on the link, shows its a problem vid removed..and you expect me to belive you!
Originally posted by roswell1
reply to post by jadedANDcynical
No, it wasn't you it was a quote burntheships posted, though the majority of it was correct, stating there is no safe level of radiation is just plain wrong. You're right about the plutonium and I'm not about to contest you. Plutonium is indeed something to avoid but thankfully it only exists when man makes it (at least on earth, anyway) so you're unlikely to come into contact with it. Hopefully.
Originally posted by IncognitoGhostman
reply to post by Stunspot
I have only heard them say maybe twice what the type of fuel that's in there and now TEPCO is fudging the numbers and IAEA knows it. So now they are sending a team in to find out why all the discrepancies from TEPCO.