posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 12:32 PM
Please look closely at the pictures of the plants available on other threads....
There is virtually nothing left of at least one whole reactor.....The explosion must have been tremendous, and the containment of thereactor must
certainly have been breached at thaat first explosion....
Hard radiation cannot help but be streaming out wards from each of the destroyed reactor buildings.
The water which they have been pumping, nonstop for a month must add up to an immense amount of gallons.
There is no visible water there anywhere, so i must assumeit has all gone back into the sea which is barely 100 yrds from the reactors.
(well...maybe two hundred yards...)
Bottom dollar, the reactors are definately in meltdown condition now.
I think at least 3 of them.
In one i am aware of, the vessel which holds the reaction(hot part) is breached, and the fuel is piled willy nilly on the floor of the concrete dry
well in which the vessel is placed.
The hot mass of fuell is burning its way inevitably through the drywell floor i believe,and will eventually find the subsoil beneath the plant.
This will also be consumed till the materials find their way downto the water table.......
The ocean is next door....
When this happens i believe their will be an explosion of super heated steam which may continue to erupt radioactivity till the fuel is consumed
sometime in the future.
As there are suposedly four reactors in distress, this could be a mutiple scenario times the number of reactors.
I do not expect the fuel to spontaneously go off in a nuclear chain reaction ala hiroshima, just expect it will "burn itself out" but thatr may take
years to happen too.....
The buildup of radiation from this whole thing could poison the pacific ocean to a degree for sometime in the future.....
or even become a people hazard in terms of acumulated doses....
Cheer up, Stanley Fullham has predicted that we will have alien ships plying earths skies doing cleanup by 2014.