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New High Resolution Photos of the Fukushima Plant. Aerial and up close.

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posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 10:00 AM
Here are the new photos for everyone. This plant has been crippled since the beginning. This is a terrible sign. Since everyone knows about the incident, I don't feel its necessary to type a long intro into this story. The photos speak for themselves.

posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 10:09 AM
Thanks for the links to the pics.

Those images make me feel very small, the level of this disaster is mind boggling.


posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 10:25 AM
By these photos, the goverments have damned themselves.....There is no reactor left at one site! two others are completely destrpyed and the fourth isnt salvageable by the look of it.
Now it is obvious the seriousness of the disaster is being downplayed big time!
These plants are directly beside the sea!
Where all the water they have pumped through the reactors and sprayed on top of them, now will return if it hasnt already!
How much radiation is the ocean recieving from runoff and leakage?
how many million gallons of contaminated waterhave been soured back into the sea by now?
How long will this continue?
It is time we heard an estimate as to how long this fuel will remain hot and burning through the bottom of the dry well and into the soil beneath...
How long will it take to burn its way down to the water table?
Will the resultant super heated steam driven exposion then scatter the rest of the plants fuels?
What are the worst case scenarios?
Nobody wants to talk aabout the possibilities we are facing....
Where is mainstream science now?

posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 12:44 PM
The destruction is massive.

Originally posted by stirling
What are the worst case scenarios?
Just bury them in concrete prematurely, like Michio Kaku suggested, and you'll find out.

Even though they just changed the Japan disaster rating to the same as Chernobyl. I still think Chernobyl is pretty much worst case in terms of measuring 200,000 to 300,000 millisieverts per hour near pieces of the core found around the plant after the explosion there, nothing that high has been found in Japan yet.

posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 01:51 PM
THESE ARE NOT NEW. They were taken 20-24th March (which is plainly evident from the time and date on each photo) and have been discussed at great length else where.

None of the reactors are 'gone'.

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