posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 01:22 PM
These fools in TEPCO and Tokyo just don't get it...or they DO get it and want to help everyone else FORget it.
I'm sorry I can't find the graphic I made and I have no time to make another before classes today but Fukushima, at it's nearest point, had one of
the blown reactor units TWO HUNDRED YARDS away from open waters in the Pacific. Not the breakwater, which worked as designed. No, if you look at a
photo of Fuku with true north alignment, you're looking at the lower right corner where the Breakwater meets the beach and open beach/water begins
running south. That is 200 yards from the reactor core of the nearest which blew up as I recall the numbers.
If you look at the footage of the reactor buildings exploding and use the towers which stand there as a general indicator for how HIGH the blasts
were, I find it a no brainer to see that debris was blow directly INTO open water and now, sand/mud on the bottom.
Of course the fish glow in the dark for readings. They are swimming in and eating the remnants of spent fuel and other debris from the original
explosions ...and I've never really heard TEPCO address the fact THAT part even happened. Not in any way to do justice to the threat it represents to
the entire environment there.