Originally posted by Mactire
Yeah, I saw that movie.... it didn't end well for humanity.
Can I mail Japan a Home Depot gift card so they can buy some concrete and boron before they kill us all?
Whether the typoon directly hits or not, the air being pulled into this system expands over the affected region. The fact that Japan refuses to end
the campaign to salvage this fiasco is unnerving. They've already had to close another plant for fear of a new earthquake, yet decided to go forth
with plans on opening new reactors all over the country.
What's it called when you do something over and over again, expecting a different result?
edit on 26-5-2011 by Mactire because: (no
Ummm.... ooooh, Ooooh, I know this one -- one second, oh man it's right there... floating on the tip, uuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
I'm just gonna take a stab at it....
What is..... insanity? OH YEAH, YEA... It's Insanity.
It is a beautiful wonder though... no?
Japan has earthquakes all the time... and it's not rare for them to have super large ones. That wasn't the first tsunami either... and lets not even
talk about Japan and Typhoons....
So, what the hell is going on? What is tepco thinking? Why would they think that they had a year to do this in? Who is to say, before the year is
over... before they solve the problem (because lets face it, they aren't gonna have it all finished up before the end of the year anyway... they never
get the original time lines right... because they are always being optimistic.) That they won't be hit in a similar location by a similar event.
Granted, I doubt they will have another 7 ish quake followed by a super tsunami... but, now that the buildings are in shambles basically, and there is
no back ups of any kind... and it's sort of just... exposed there...
What is the plan for IF something like that were to happen again? We are all just screwed? Japan dies? Like what happens if Fukashima gets hit with
another say 5 earthquake or 4, while it's all in shambles? What would happen, if like say, a typhoon DID hit it before it was all sealed up and/or
Seems like trying to salvage anything out of it is grossly irresponsible of them.
This thread is a bit sensationalist though.... no?
edit on 28-5-2011 by Laokin because: (no reason given)