posted on May, 23 2012 @ 11:10 PM
"It is no exaggeration to say that the fate of Japan and the whole world depends on No. 4 reactor," Murata said in a recent letter to UN
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in which he urged him to back efforts to address the problem.
those words sound pretty dire, I wonder how long humans would go after reactor 4 opens up to the air until they started noticing strange marks on
their body, weird symptoms, constant ill feeling or animals freaking out..
To even begin the removal process at Reactor 4, TEPCO would first have to construct a crane capable of lifting the 100-tonne fuel rod canister,
since the original crane was destroyed in the disaster last year.
building a structure like that would take some time, especially if you hadn’t even begun theoretically arranging it.
how long will Fuku get lucky with quakes and compromised structure?
someone better invest a few billion into the project, send in the worlds greatest scientists and get going, eh?
Why isn’t Saudi, China, Australia, Russia all pumping in money and materials. surely those countries could design and build a structure.
As for the men?..
All this of course, has to be done in a highly contaminated area where workers must wear protective suits and limit their radiation exposure each
I’m sorry Japan, its a fate you need to own. You need to take all your death row in mates, all your criminals, murderers and rapists, suit them up,
send them in to do the heavy lifting, around the complex.
You take all your brightest uni students and scientists and lock them in massive halls together.. schools out, the country stops everyone is
... cause if you dont all i can think is that, all the radio active crap that this site is going to spit out into the earths atmosphere if it does get
drastically worse will not be good for mankind.
edit on 23-5-2012 by Agit8dChop because: (no reason given)