posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 04:09 PM
Originally posted by predator0187
Anyone else notice that both interviewees were stuttering when telling their stories about how safe it was? That is very telling by itself...
Having a 10 miles zone around the plant is another telling feature of the story. The fact of the evacuation zone tells me that they think something
could happen and are planning in advance for it. Which, really, is a good thing, at least they are not as incompetent as Japan was about the
If this goes into meltdown too, holy crap, that wouldn't be good at all...
Yes, I noticed the stuttering too... catching his words to make sure he gets the right message across.
What killed me even more was how he went on to talk about the superiority of US nuke plants and their ability to withstand natural disasters.
- It's safe. Nothing to worry about.
- It's safe. Everything is under control.
- It's safe and minor problems are being dealt with.
- There has been a small breach and a wee bit of radiation leaked, but not to worry it'll be diluted and thus it's safe.
Two Months Later
- Okay, we've had a few breaches, but our people are working hard to get everything under control. Nothing to worry
Three Months Later
- The damage is worse than we first thought. We've now detected partial meltdown. Unfortunately there has been ongoing
radiation leaks, but nothing worse than what a banana or cross-country airplane flight wouldn't expose you too. State and Federal agencies are
working diligently to get everything under control. Oh and by the way, we have now extended the evacuation zone to 30 miles... just to ensure the
safety of our beloved citizens. Nothing to worry about though, it's just extra precautions.
... and so the story goes...