posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 09:32 PM
What's funny, well maybe not funny, maybe sad actually .... Is I remember discussing this type of thing on the original thread - while things were
unfolding. I spent most of my life for several weeks combing and posting the "official story" to the thread - not to "endorse" the official story,
but to have everybody else look at it, rip it apart, debunk exaggerated claims about it, etc.
I recall a point where several previous self-described industry-insider "skeptics" on the thread were saying things like (paraphrasing) "they would
never inject sea-water into the reactors to cool them. That would mean they are already written-off.", and I remember posting the links to the
official statements (from TEPCO) saying that is exactly
what they were doing. I also recall all the discussions about "where all this water"
was going to be going ... and .... unfortunately the conclusion was ... The Pacific Ocean
. There was just going to be WAY to much of it to
even think about trying to "treat".
On the up-side, I think that whole situation, that thread, etc. converted some skeptics into believers (into believing that companies can just be that
stupid or greedy or self-serving, whatever you want to call it). I think there is still some gap here in the US - the belief that this kind of thing
can't happen here - even after the BP thing, then Fukushima, and onward. I wish
that were the case, but it really doesn't seem to be.
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Spelleng, Gammer, relative positions of the Sun the Moon and the Stars.
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