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Meltdown is roughly 1 hour and 20 minutes - Steps posted

 
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The temperature in a nuclear reactor will climb at low average of 0.5ºC per second under no water conditions.

Normal fission reaction temperatures for a MOX Fuel Reactor is about 480°C

Crisis begins and water fails to circulate. Meltdown clock begins when control rods melt out.

Time: 14 minutes later
Core Temp: 900°C

Fuel rods begin to deform and swell in their Zircaloy cases.

Time: 17 minutes later
Core Temp: 1,400°C

Steam and Zirconium react and create hydrogen. Around this temperature a hydrogen explosion is possible.

Time: 47 minutes later
Core Temp: 2,800°C

Uranium Oxide melts, Corium is created and drops to the reactor vessel floor. Residual water will remain at the floor and flash boiled when the Corium drops. This flash boil can be strong enough to rupture the containment vessel accelerating the meltdown breach.

At this point only several minutes to many hours, but not more then 24 hours, the Corium will burn through the last barrier and spill into the open environment. Most likely soil and initial the Chinese Syndrome Theory.

This how fast a meltdown should occur. The Japanese and US governments are holding this info back. This is not voo-doo and many people understand these things. This should be on the air but is not. That tells you they are holding back. Surprised?!

sources: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Well it ain't gonna happen. So who cares?

I wonder if this is all a show
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Re: Meltdown is roughly 1 hour and 20 minutes - Steps posted
The temperature in a nuclear reactor will climb at low average of 0.5ºC per second under no water conditions.

Normal fission reaction temperatures for a MOX Fuel Reactor is about 480°C

Crisis begins and water fails to circulate. Meltdown clock begins when control rods melt out.

Time: 14 minutes later
Core Temp: 900°C

Fuel rods begin to deform and swell in their Zircaloy cases.

Time: 17 minutes later
Core Temp: 1,400°C

Steam and Zirconium react and create hydrogen. Around this temperature a hydrogen explosion is possible.

Time: 47 minutes later
Core Temp: 2,800°C

Uranium Oxide melts, Corium is created and drops to the reactor vessel floor. Residual water will remain at the floor and flash boiled when the Corium drops. This flash boil can be strong enough to rupture the containment vessel accelerating the meltdown breach.

At this point only several minutes to many hours, but not more then 24 hours, the Corium will burn through the last barrier and spill into the open environment. Most likely soil and initial the Chinese Syndrome Theory.

This how fast a meltdown should occur. The Japanese and US governments are holding this info back. This is not voo-doo and many people understand these things. This should be on the air but is not. That tells you they are holding back. Surprised?!

sources: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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How do I make one of them big bullshit flags?
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If those reactors aren't getting water then they are running the course posted above. Since the last time the reactors had water? Was at least several hours ago.

We should be in meltdown by now.
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If those reactors aren't getting water then they are running the course posted above. Since the last time the reactors had water? Was at least several hours ago.

We should be in meltdown by now.
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don't you have something better to do than spread fake doom?

yawn
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Re: Meltdown is roughly 1 hour and 20 minutes - Steps posted
This how fast a meltdown should occur. The Japanese and US governments are holding this info back. This is not voo-doo and many people understand these things. This should be on the air but is not. That tells you they are holding back. Surprised?!

sources: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Japanese maybe, but US government is no longer hiding this; They are saying Japan is in front of critical situation that could last decades. They are saying the members who will work to cool down the core are going to die.

[link to abcnews.go.com]
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damned
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don't you have something better to do than spread fake doom?

yawn
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After reviewing your opinion, I have deduced it is worthless and delusional beyond repair.

What business is it of yours buddy?!
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don't you have something better to do than spread fake doom?

yawn
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After reviewing your opinion, I have deduced it is worthless and delusional beyond repair.

What business is it of yours buddy?!
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just like yours, eh? your avatard name describes your threads perfectly
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Time: 17 minutes later
Core Temp: 1,400°C

ar we there yet?
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Time: 17 minutes later
Core Temp: 1,400°C

ar we there yet?
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thar she blows
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You write some good stuff Crap.

I'm a reader. Thanks!

hf
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You write some good stuff Crap.

I'm a reader. Thanks!

hf
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Thank You, I really enjoy trying to make a difference. Especially helping others discover the truth while learning still myself.
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03/17/2011 02:12 AM
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OP you have posted good info and fu to all who aren't listening
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Thank You, I really enjoy trying to make a difference. Especially helping others discover the truth while learning still myself.
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+1.08e+9

hf
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Ron Paul says you're all "blowing this out of proportion"

lol RP 2012?

Much of the reaction to the nuclear power crisis in Japan is "overblown," but the U.S. seems unlikely now to build another nuclear power plant, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) said Tuesday night.

"My guess is, when the dust settles, it won’t be nearly as bad as some of the scare tactics we have been reading about in the past couple of days," Paul, an advocate of nuclear power, told Fox Business Network. "Nuclear power is very dangerous, but it is also the safest form of energy we have.”

Thread: Doom over...Ron Paul says you guys are overreacting
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don't you have something better to do than spread fake doom?

yawn
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Not only does nobody on here believe you...nobody in the sane world believes you any more either.
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Well, it was our best and brightest that split the atom in the first place.

Dr. Paul is the norm rather than the exception.

He is brilliant and an egghead.
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It's already happening. Talk about denial....
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good information here.
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Well it ain't gonna happen. So who cares?

I wonder if this is all a show
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^^^FAIL^^^
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Well it ain't gonna happen. So who cares?

I wonder if this is all a show
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^^^FAIL^^^
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+7
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Re: Meltdown is roughly 1 hour and 20 minutes - Steps posted
How did a thread in march get bumped to the front page in July???
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The table and diagram below, are from this very detailed breakdown of a meltdown through Bottom Head Breach: [link to www.osti.gov]

It is thorough, and very easy to read and understand.

(snip)
It is the purpose of this paper to briefly address the events occurring after debris relocation past the core plate and to describe the subsequent expected modes of bottom head pressure boundary failure. As an example, the calculated timing of events for the unmitigated short-term station blackout severe accident sequence at the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station is also presented.
(end snip)


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How did a thread in march get bumped to the front page in July???
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Nuclear meltdowns don't just go away.
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