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Message Subject Ground Under Fukushima Unit 4 is Sinking — Now in danger of collapse!!!!
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In order to build the plant - originally only Unit 1 - the upper sedimentary layers were excavated. These are Quaternary alluvial deposits composed of clay and sand which are friable or semi-hard (green and brown in the cross-section). Thus the plant was built on "mudrock" type sedimentary rock
(yellow in the cross-section), which is a muddy rock composed of clay and silt (very fine sand). But the term "muddy" does not mean that the rock is soft. It simply means that it is a rock whose matrix is clay; it is also called "argillite".

Source: [link to fukushima.over-blog.fr]

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The Geology of Fukushima
[link to fukushima.over-blog.fr]

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One dissenting Japanese geologist, for example, - who wishes to remain anonymous - has been noted for his views expressed on a U.S. forum, "Physics Forum": according to him, the bedrock of the region is made of coarse, very permeable sandstones, and contains vast amounts of water from the neighboring Abukuma mountain.
 Quoting: the mighty Atom



I have to assume that your point is that it is bedrock..

I would also have to assume that you consider the generic use of the term bedrock means something more than it does... and that you don't differentiate between differing geological qualities of bedrock.

Whatever floats your boat. You aren't fooling anyone.
 
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