Originally posted by borntowatch
Everybody who knows, knows that there is nothing anyone can do.
The situation is uncontainable and the Pacific ocean will be dead in years to come.
This was the outcome from the start and cant ever be changed, cept maybe a few aliens and seriously who would believe that. Plenty I would think.
This is the end of the Pacific ocean forever.
I am probably going to sound nuts here, in fact, I feel a bit crazy on this issue. However I'm going to say my peace (spelled that way on
There is always something that can be done. It's a matter of what sacrafices we are willing to make individualially and collectively for the common
Some old unused words here: It's about Honor and Duty. The Japanese are 'supposed' to be the epitomy of those terms; however, we are seeing
neither in this circumstanse. It fact, the personal self is 'supposed' to be subordinate to the common welfare. That is the foundation of Duty and
Honor. I see none here.
The Russian's, at chernobyl, showed what Honor and Duty mean in their handling of their nuclear crisis. Yes, they tried to hide the danger initially
however they soon, listeining to scientists, hearing them and acting on facts, moved to action and asked for help.
Yes they made mistakes (who wouldn't? - You?) and conscipted a quarter million men to extremely hazarous duty but they acted out of duty and honor.
In the video "The Battle for/of Chernobyl" you see the men, very afraid, do this horrible work during and after with only duty and honor to sucour
them. This disaster is not over yet either let us not forget. But they did the honorable thing for all of us.
Would you? Would I - I cannot say but I like to think that I could if called upon.
On a brighter now, I've heard, that many elderly people in Japan offered to help with clean up to do their duty for the future - with pride and
courage. I don't know if their help was actually accepted.
I refer you to the movie K-19 for a fictional treatment of another nuclear disaster handled by Soviets.
Call them commies, hate them all you want. They have shown more courage and honor, then the west even has tried to during our nuclear holocaust.