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Japan #2 Reactor Is Now In Full Meltdown

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  1. The Scarlet Pimp

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    But don't worry, kids! The gov. assures us that the plutonium spewing uncontrollably into the atmosphere (and being carried by the wind and the seawater) won't affect anything... :eek:


    Reactor number two at the Fukushima Daiichi has gone into full meltdown,
    although this is not being reported by the corporate media. The core has
    melted through the floor of the containment building and is now
    releasing large amounts of radiation.

    'Fukushima plutonium leak comparable to Chernobyl disaster':

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLK9xy2frsY

    Richard Lahey, who was head of safety research for boiling-water
    reactors at General Electric when the company installed the units at
    Fukushima, told the Guardian on Tuesday workers at the site appeared to
    have "lost the race" to save the reactor.

    "The indications we have, from the reactor to radiation readings and the
    materials they are seeing, suggest that the core has melted through the
    bottom of the pressure vessel in unit two, and at least some of it is
    down on the floor of the drywell", Lahey said. "I hope I am wrong, but
    that is certainly what the evidence is pointing towards."

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/29/japan-lost-race-save-nuclear-reactor

    On March 12, the Japanese government assured its citizens there was no
    possiblity of a nuclear meltdown.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/s...explosion-at-japan-nuclear-plant-2240147.html

    Five days later, Japan's nuclear agency raised tbe severity rating of
    the nuclear crisis from a Level 4 to Level 5 on a seven-level
    international scale.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/18/japan-raises-severity-nuclear-accident_n_837467.html

    On March 29, Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said his government is in
    a state of maximum alert over high-level radiation leaked from the plant.

    http://www.infowars.com/japanese-pm-maximum-alert-over-fukushima-nuke-crisis/

    Also on Tuesday, it was reported that deadly plutonium had leaked from
    reactor number two. Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency
    insisted the leak was not harmful to human life.

    http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Plutonium+found+soil+Japan+nuclear+plant/4514913/story.html


    "3 Raging Nuclear Meltdowns In Progress" Dr. Michio Kaku - 25 March 2011 Japan:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haBovPouOU8

    Sakae Muto, Tokyo Electric vice-president, said the amount of
    plutonium-238, 239 and 240 released into the atmosphere was on par with
    past nuclear tests. "I apologize for making people worried", he said.

    Record-high readings of contaminated sea water were found near the
    plant, Bloomberg reports. Radioactive iodine in seawater rose to 3,355
    times the regulated safety limit yesterday afternoon from 2,572 times
    earlier in the day, agency spokesman Hidehiko Nishiyama said. Nishiyama
    said the radiation is not a threat because there is no fishing in the area.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-...und-in-sea-near-crippled-nuclear-reactor.html

    Experts say a reactor in meltdown will stop at or before the underlying
    soil of the containment structure, but will release massive amount of
    radiation into the atmosphere and ground causing extensive damage to
    plant and animal life. This process is now underway at the Fukushima
    Daiichi plant.

    Meanwhile, there appears to be problems with a second nuclear plant.
    Tokyo Electric Power Co. said smoke was reported coming from the turbine
    building of reactor No. 1 at the Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant
    earlier today. The Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant is about 6 miles
    from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/03/30/japan.daini/?hpt=T2


    Source:

    http://www.infowars.com/fukushima-nuke-plant-now-in-full-meltdown/
     
  2. flibbertigibbet

    flibbertigibbet Regular Member

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    Can we say up shit's creek without a paddle?
     
  4. The Scarlet Pimp

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    What are you talking about?!? The Gov. said not to worry!

    So you can be sure you're safe...
     
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    Probably a good time to lay off the sushi and sake
    if you haven't already! :eek:
     
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    Or we could stop being sensational and read the article you posted:

    I personally believe this to be a great time to invest in some Japanese stocks.
     
  7. The Scarlet Pimp

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    I personally believe this to be a great time to invest in some Japanese plane tickets.
     
  8. worldismine

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    lol ... American government preformed over 1100 confirmed atomic bomb tests in Utah / Nevada / Alaska / Colorado in the past 50 years, with 1000 times more radiation concentration than a puny reactor 1/2 way across the globe. Yet people in America are having a fit and running to Walgreens for Iodine tablets.

    Retarded.


    The news is just like what we do... When a story gets HOT ... they get traffic... they get traffic ... they charge more for ads... so how to keep them coming back? Make the story sounds worse than it is. Yeah it sucks that it blew up and do doubt people did/will get hurt. But to alarm people in America to start taking Iodine tablets because a big mushroom cloud of radioactive dust is coming over is just stupid when the gov. used to drop nukes in our back yard.
     
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  9. The Scarlet Pimp

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    some of their techs have already died from the exposure, more people will follow soon and in the years to come.
     
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    Yes they used nukes in AK to blast out bays/harbors. Easier than dredging.
     
  11. Autumn

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    From what I understand, Chernobyl was a problem because the usage of carbon in the reactor caused the huge explosion and sent mass clouds of radioactive carbon dust all over Europe. That can't happen with the Japanese plants.
     
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    RT. what a joke. they are like pravda.ru.