Demonstration of a Nuclear Meltdown


No end in sight

It’s that bad in Fukushima NPP. It’s a  “waste of effort“, according to Satoshi Sato, a Japanese nuclear industry consultant.

Plant instruments are likely damaged and unreliable because of the intense heat that was generated, and pumping more water into the reactors is only making the contamination problem worse, he said.

Demo of how Fukushima’s fuel rod melted and shattered

Extension of evacuation zone

Right now the evacuation zone is only 20 km. Experts are proposing at least 100 km evacuation zone.

One would have thought that the Japanese government would finally extend it by as much.

The Japanese government is considering extending the evacuation zone around the Fukushima nuclear plant because of high radiation levels.

No decision have been made. They are only considering it and it’s only for another 10 km.

Three frogs on a bridge decide to jump into the water.

How many frogs did jump into the water?

3? Wrong! It’s 0, because they only decided to jump, not that they have jumped.

Radioactive materials spreading worldwide

Simon Fraser University researchers are attributing increased levels of the radioisotope iodine-131 in B.C. seaweed and rainwater samples to the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear reactor situation in Japan.

SFU nuclear scientist Kris Starosta is confident Fukushima is responsible for the recent discovery, but he cautions there is no immediate danger to the public.

Off course, if you get paid as a nuclear scientist, would you said otherwise?

The growing humanitarian nuclear disaster

One would have thought that a nuclear power plant meltdown might elicit an international response. Nothing of that sort happened.

The Japanese are too embarrassed to admit that they really need help and all  the nuclear scientist are telling people radiation is safe. It’s like you can bring home a nuclear fuel rod.

Right now, the US and the EU are on a humanitarian mission in Libya. Gaza is an ongoing humanitarian disaster. The cause is Israel.

Which country in the world now is actively practicing genocide?

Arab League Secretary General, Amr Mussa announced Sunday his intention to appeal to the UN Security Council for a no-fly zone over Gaza.

It’s a reasonable request. They did it for Libyans. What are the chances that Israel is forced a no-fly zone? It won’t happen.

A no-fly zone will only be in effect if the Palestinian people are all exterminated.

What about Bahrain? It seems to have disappeared. There’s no problems there.

Sleep tight everybody, just watch American Idol and get outrage that a popular contestant didn’t get enough votes to be in it.

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