posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 06:40 AM
Originally posted by Valhall
reply to post by LittleBlackEagle
Well, actually, yes they can grout without "getting to" the basement. They just directionally drill from a distance until they can run high-pressure
iron to pump through. Then they perform the grout job from a distance. This is not technically impossible.
the RAD levels would make any equipment or people used expire rather quickly and you seem like a knowledgeable person so i would ask that you do some
in depth research on the situation and perhaps people like you can figure this thing out. btw you can't grout a molten radioactive fire ball, it just
doesn't work from my research findings i have read.
i'm really not a doom and gloom person but on the other hand i'm not going to lie to people just to make the situation sound better, we have tepco,
Japanese government and our own government to do that.
some fresh readings i got from a rain swipe this morning here in Pennsylvania, background- 23-34 CPM rains swipe 150-162 CPM which as we can sadly see
is 6 times background and in many places considered radioactive waste at those levels.
i think it's inherently wrong to lie to people just so they don't do whatever you think they may as this seems to be rampant with this
edit on 19-10-2012 by LittleBlackEagle because: (no reason given)
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