This whole thing stinks. I'm not much for conspiracies but I really wonder if we are witnessing a Chernobyl despite the assurances from the Japanese government.
Or are we witnessing the coverup of the birth of Gojira?
If it is, we'll know quickly. Radiation release isn't something easy to hide.
These are light water reactors, you moron. Chernobyl level meltdowns are physically impossible
I am certain that the entirety of the situation is not getting reported, since the Japanese government has every motive to control all information at this juncture.
But the worst case scenario, while terrible, pales in comparison to the other problems facing the country right now.
"soviet russia was always concerned about hidding everything they could to their citizens, and the world"
thanks for that point of insight you dumb fuck
Caminante Nocturno, before you hate on me too much, realize I am the only person organizing an effort to bring New Orleanians to Japan to show them how to loot.
Nuclear scaremongering is like having a Biro inserted into your cock by an angry pimp; there is a time and place for it, but it's not here and I don't want to know about it.
The techs working around #3 to protect their neighbors are (or were) heros. They all knew the risk from hydrogen buildup was the same as at #1.
Also, that roof flew 8-900 ft straight up. For scale the reactor building is about 8 stories tall.
There are much better videos of this:
Also, just to make everybody who's not already crying, start:
Move mouse over the images to see the before/after.
So, so sad.
I like how they adjusted the color balance on the "after" photos to make them look more horrible than they even are. Real classy.
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Well fuck us all, Fuku #2 just melted down. Heroic? Maybe, but they're looking more like Homer Simpson on a spree. That's three for six.
...and why did #2 fail? The press is reporting that the genset that ran a cooling pump ran out of diesel fuel. Nobody was watching it. Doh!
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