posted on Aug, 9 2013 @ 04:25 PM
Why not send in a hellfire for each blazing reactor unit? I'm thinking that by injecting chaos into the gift that keeps on giving, then the 'order'
will be removed from the ongoing reactions. We're left with the junk in any event, but isn't this multiple meltdown unfurling 'like' 82 Hiroshima
bombs per day? Or is it 82 per hour...? I don't have a number for this mathematical query, but there is a number. 82 per hour is something I took from
another post at this site, and it was not a definitive figure.
This was the first thing I wondered re Fukushima. How many Hiroshima sized bombs are these reactors holding?
Not just Fukushima. All reactors are capable of runaway status.
Does all this cease to reproduce energy, once blasted? How can it be any worse than what is happening?
I don't think the force would necessarily have to be nuclear type detonations. It may be something much less that would do the job of disrupting the
chain reactions, while not blowing all the dust into the sky. i.e.., small localized standard issue munitions, such as used in various movies when the
big G needs to quiet a person. Or neighborhood.
Tepco could create a container perimeter, to keep it inside as best as possible. Once the bars or 'stuff' is blown apart, doesn't it cease to react?
How can one be required to cool 'dust', after the munitions strikes?
The desired result would be a mess that no longer needs 'cooling', and could therefore be entombed.
My goodness, if this theory is right, then the ongoing crisis...it seems to be on purpose.
edit on 9-8-2013 by TheWhiteKnight because: (no reason given)