posted on Sep, 16 2013 @ 07:21 AM
why aren't tepco telling us where the actual fuel is, for starters!
By now, they must have some definitive proof, of how far deep it is, in what condition it is and what it is doing.
It is concerning that all that endless water there spraying on 'it' is being stored in giant balloons, on the coast, beside the reactor.. they're all
leaking, they're vulnerable and wobbly.. imagine all that water breaking loose in minor earthquake and flushing down over the nuclear site and into
would such a sudden tidal wave of water gushing down the hill from bursting tanks cause significant damage to our current recover efforts? equipment
lost, radiated, current fixings in place coming loose?
would instant mass water dumped cause a steam type explosion further f***ing things up?
Seriously, 3yrs now we've had.. 3 reactors cooking and releasing emissions into the sky and the ocean. How long did Chernobyl last, that was 1
I'm lucky, I'm in the southern hemisphere and will miss the main toxic atmosphere, but if I was in LA or on the Western seaboard id be seriously
considering a move!
edit on 16-9-2013 by Agit8dChop because: (no reason given)