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Okay GLPers time to save the planet! Here's what we must do today.....

 
John Richter
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03/18/2011 08:28 AM
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Okay GLPers time to save the planet! Here's what we must do today.....
Commission 8 Chinook helicopters, two milk trucks (stainless steel), 40 tonnes of iron ore and two cement trucks rolling and ready. Reactor 3 is first.

Method: Fill milk trucks with liquid Helium, one chinook uses a bucket to dump the iron ore on the reactor. 3 chinooks then go in placing the milk trucks either side of the reactor core and dumping the first load of concrete. The 5th follows closely with the final load of concrete. The last three keep dumping water on top to slow the cooling process enough to seal it

If this sets as quick as I think it will the radiation will stop leaking for good. Helium can suspend atoms and the concrete will stop it evaporating long enough to let it do it's job.

Who's with me? Start tweeting this. Viral it out there until it comes to the ones with the right amount of crazy and access to the ingredients.
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03/18/2011 08:44 AM
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Re: Okay GLPers time to save the planet! Here's what we must do today.....
Commission 8 Chinook helicopters, two milk trucks (stainless steel), 40 tonnes of iron ore and two cement trucks rolling and ready. Reactor 3 is first.

Method: Fill milk trucks with liquid Helium, one chinook uses a bucket to dump the iron ore on the reactor. 3 chinooks then go in placing the milk trucks either side of the reactor core and dumping the first load of concrete. The 5th follows closely with the final load of concrete. The last three keep dumping water on top to slow the cooling process enough to seal it

If this sets as quick as I think it will the radiation will stop leaking for good. Helium can suspend atoms and the concrete will stop it evaporating long enough to let it do it's job.

Who's with me? Start tweeting this. Viral it out there until it comes to the ones with the right amount of crazy and access to the ingredients.
 Quoting: John Richter 1302415


um...

1. do you know how fast liquid helium evaporates from its liquid form to gas if its not kept supercooled?
2. do you realize the potential for a hydrogen explosion when putting that much helium next to a fission reaction?
3. what is the iron ore suppose to do other than make a lot of dust that become radioactive?
4. you realize that chinooks can only lift/sling like 20,000lbs under idea circumstances, right? 10 tons is alot, but you're plan above would require a fleet of chinooks and coordination at an unprecedented scale...

do i need to go on? your plan is full of holes that i cuold fly a chinook through...
John Richter
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03/19/2011 03:13 AM
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Re: Okay GLPers time to save the planet! Here's what we must do today.....
Commission 8 Chinook helicopters, two milk trucks (stainless steel), 40 tonnes of iron ore and two cement trucks rolling and ready. Reactor 3 is first.

Method: Fill milk trucks with liquid Helium, one chinook uses a bucket to dump the iron ore on the reactor. 3 chinooks then go in placing the milk trucks either side of the reactor core and dumping the first load of concrete. The 5th follows closely with the final load of concrete. The last three keep dumping water on top to slow the cooling process enough to seal it

If this sets as quick as I think it will the radiation will stop leaking for good. Helium can suspend atoms and the concrete will stop it evaporating long enough to let it do it's job.

Who's with me? Start tweeting this. Viral it out there until it comes to the ones with the right amount of crazy and access to the ingredients.
 Quoting: John Richter 1302415


um...

1. do you know how fast liquid helium evaporates from its liquid form to gas if its not kept supercooled?
2. do you realize the potential for a hydrogen explosion when putting that much helium next to a fission reaction?
3. what is the iron ore suppose to do other than make a lot of dust that become radioactive?
4. you realize that chinooks can only lift/sling like 20,000lbs under idea circumstances, right? 10 tons is alot, but you're plan above would require a fleet of chinooks and coordination at an unprecedented scale...

do i need to go on? your plan is full of holes that i cuold fly a chinook through...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1299780

1. do you know how fast liquid helium evaporates from its liquid form to gas if its not kept supercooled?

Supercooled milk truck.

2. do you realize the potential for a hydrogen explosion when putting that much helium next to a fission reaction?

You mean like the hydrogen explosions that have already occurred and will continue to occur until something is done to cool and seal this?

3. what is the iron ore suppose to do other than make a lot of dust that become radioactive?

Act as an insulator long enough to cover the Helium with cement.

4. you realize that chinooks can only lift/sling like 20,000lbs under idea circumstances, right? 10 tons is alot, but you're plan above would require a fleet of chinooks and coordination at an unprecedented scale...

A disaster that is unfolding on an unprecedented scale requires a response on an unprecedented scale to prevent catastrophe.

John Richter
GLP Disaster Response Unit

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