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Came across 8 gig worth of Fukushima intel...have a peek at this. If anyone can debunk, soften, or explain to me what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters, please post. Also, for those who are trained in the science, what might happen when this nuclear blob hits the core of the Earth?

[link to www.4shared.com]

There is more info posted here, at 4 shared, if you dare open as this glimpse equates to choosing the blue or red pill. Something's are better not known, but as free men/women the choice should be left to each and every individual.

I hope and pray I have connected the dots wrong, and would rest easier if someone tells me just that. But as I cannot dicier all science behind this, I feel it necessary to share the link, and will suffer my fate...GLPers God Speed.
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The link does not work brother.
I remember studying this at Uni many moons ago. If the core was allowed to burn free it would burn its way to the core of the planet and from what I remember the outcome was very bad. Catastrophic one could say but as I said that was long ago and even then I’m not sure I understood the science of it all that well
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Hmm the link works when I click it, wish I could post a pic.
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I also posted two other links in a reply but it has yet to post, or it was removed.

[link to www.4shared.com]
[link to www.4shared.com]
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This is what I get when I click
HTTP Status 500 -

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type Exception report

message

description The server encountered an internal error () that prevented it from fulfilling this request.

exception

java.lang.NullPointerException


note The full stack trace of the root cause is available in the Apache Tomcat/6.0.16 logs.


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Apache Tomcat/6.0.16
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5* for awesome new info!

No problems opening the files here. Appears to be some very interesting meltdown projections. We've been fearing the same, but have had precious little official info.

Translating and examining now!

bump
burpinflyz (OP)

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[link to www.] 4shared. com/photo/dj7i4Mp9/20110601_10.html?

Take out the two spaces after the .
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Here is the link to main source ....

[link to www.] 4shared. com/account/dir/E4sQOura/_online.html#dir=E4sQOura

Again remove the two spaces after the .

For those who can connect...

[link to www.4shared.com]
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Anyone here who has the ability to pin, please start a new thread, post links and pics, so others can aid in removing any fog clouding a true interpretation of this material.
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what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters
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When will this happen next year the year after in 10 millions years? Honest Indian it will happen right? LOL

bsflag shill
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No I didn't say it would happen, I asked what the outcome would be if it happened. How would I know if this will occur, I post in search of understanding, and as I stated above, I hope someone here will take over this thread, and pin it so those who can answer the questions such information presents.
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what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters
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When will this happen next year the year after in 10 millions years? Honest Indian it will happen right? LOL

bsflag shill
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33314705


Yeah shut the fuck up wanker. You probably want more nuclear station. Dont raise the flag , OP was simply asking for people to look into the info. Do you have a clue about nuclear physic, if you do unlighten us all you tosser.
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It has been suggested the curium exited the number 3 unit in 3 seconds. It's decent into the Earth is at a rate of .358 of a mile per day. This would equate to a depth of 250 miles in 99 weeks.

This is fact based on current knowledge of Corium, you can't shrill this. My humble request in posting, is for clarity in decifering all the intel into a probability of occurrence. Nothing more nothing less. If you have the answers please share with me so I can rest.
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what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters
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When will this happen next year the year after in 10 millions years? Honest Indian it will happen right? LOL

bsflag shill
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33314705


Fuck off you giant piece of shit.

And calling people 'shills' out of context? You do realize the shills are the ones saying nothing bad could possibly happen? Kinda like you, fuckhead?

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OP, please just delete the shill comments and ban the croc fucker from your thread so we can examine this in peace.
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Leuren Moret will be here to discuss radiation on the 21 in chat.
Thread: HAARP partners
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:clap:

Thanks, N.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links (Page 306)
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There is so much beauty to behold in this world, so much we take for granted. I guess my request to know with 100% certainty is selfish in nature. I would like the liberty to stop wasting what time is left caught up in the norms of society, and spend this time with those I love...to go out having spent my remaining time in this realm embracing the very essence of my being. How horrible it would be to arrive at the end, standing in line at the bank waiting to cash a check.
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Came across 8 gig worth of Fukushima intel...have a peek at this. If anyone can debunk, soften, or explain to me what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters, please post. Also, for those who are trained in the science, what might happen when this nuclear blob hits the core of the Earth?

[link to www.4shared.com]

There is more info posted here, at 4 shared, if you dare open as this glimpse equates to choosing the blue or red pill. Something's are better not known, but as free men/women the choice should be left to each and every individual.

I hope and pray I have connected the dots wrong, and would rest easier if someone tells me just that. But as I cannot dicier all science behind this, I feel it necessary to share the link, and will suffer my fate...GLPers God Speed.
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I wonder too. Anyone care to give a good guess?!?
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Pinned for you OP. Anxiously awaiting to hear what people think as well. hiding
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There is so much beauty to behold in this world, so much we take for granted. I guess my request to know with 100% certainty is selfish in nature. I would like the liberty to stop wasting what time is left caught up in the norms of society, and spend this time with those I love...to go out having spent my remaining time in this realm embracing the very essence of my being. How horrible it would be to arrive at the end, standing in line at the bank waiting to cash a check.
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hf
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I will look for the Files later but just let me debunk
the Myth of a "China Syndrome":
A Corium would not melt his Way through the Ground
and unlimeted because he get dirty on his Way,
we had seen this in Chernobyl for example (Elephants Foot)

4Gb sounxs like a good Read, Domo!
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Came across 8 gig worth of Fukushima intel...have a peek at this. If anyone can debunk, soften, or explain to me what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters, please post. Also, for those who are trained in the science, what might happen when this nuclear blob hits the core of the Earth?

[link to www.4shared.com]

There is more info posted here, at 4 shared, if you dare open as this glimpse equates to choosing the blue or red pill. Something's are better not known, but as free men/women the choice should be left to each and every individual.

I hope and pray I have connected the dots wrong, and would rest easier if someone tells me just that. But as I cannot dicier all science behind this, I feel it necessary to share the link, and will suffer my fate...GLPers God Speed.
 Quoting: burpinflyz


I wonder too. Anyone care to give a good guess?!?
 Quoting: Tanarus


Earths core is Molten lava. nuclear core is supposto be hotter then lava. Would make for an interesting situation on the planet & weather...
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I will look for the Files later but just let me debunk
the Myth of a "China Syndrome":
A Corium would not melt his Way through the Ground
and unlimeted because he get dirty on his Way,
we had seen this in Chernobyl for example (Elephants Foot)


4Gb sounxs like a good Read, Domo!
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hmm
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Came across 8 gig worth of Fukushima intel...have a peek at this. If anyone can debunk, soften, or explain to me what a probable outcome might be when the nuclear core reaches 205 meters, please post. Also, for those who are trained in the science, what might happen when this nuclear blob hits the core of the Earth?

[link to www.4shared.com]

There is more info posted here, at 4 shared, if you dare open as this glimpse equates to choosing the blue or red pill. Something's are better not known, but as free men/women the choice should be left to each and every individual.

I hope and pray I have connected the dots wrong, and would rest easier if someone tells me just that. But as I cannot dicier all science behind this, I feel it necessary to share the link, and will suffer my fate...GLPers God Speed.
 Quoting: burpinflyz


I wonder too. Anyone care to give a good guess?!?
 Quoting: Tanarus


I'm too tired right now to investigate the new info. but this is what I can tell you quickly..

Each reactor that melted down has about 300 tons of corium somewhere below the primary vessel.
The corium would have been at around 5000F initially.
Tepco says it is still in the secondary vessel.

The Mark I reactors have holes in the bottom where the control rods are inserted.
The molten corium would have migrated down easily.
The ablation of the concrete at the bottom would take some time.. formulae to figure the time factor are available if you have all the correct data.
The data from Tepco is suspect. They lie.
Also, they can't get anywhere near the corium, robots die if they are sent in, they don't even now where it is.

From tests with small amounts of corium and from analysis of previous partial meltdowns, some things are known, some projected.
No one has ever had occasion to study these massive amounts of corium.
This is completely unprecedented.

Supposedly, the molten fuel incorporates impurities.. becoming corium.
Supposedly, this corium eventually gathers enough impurities to crust over, cool slightly, heat up internally, break the crust, crust over, heat internally... and so on...
until it reaches a more-or-less stable temp and position in the ground.

How long it takes and how deep it goes is anybody's guess.
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tons of info
ppl need to dig thru this
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LOL apples and oranges.

Weren't you were the one always telling us not to compare Fukushima to Chernobyl?

The 'elephant's foot' formed in an open room, after flowing through a pipe in the ceiling, and contained a unique mixture of material.

There is absolutely nothing to suggest Fukushima core material will do the same. It is different material and melting through different structure into different terrain.

Assuming Fuku's cores will behave in any way like Chernobyl's is nothing but wishful thinking. They are simply not enough alike, and 5000 degree temperatures are very wild variables.

So in other words...

Just because a radioactive stalagtite formed at Chernobyl is absolutely no reason to assume Fukushima will do the same. You would be a fool to assume a best-case scenario in the wake of a nuclear meltdown.
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LOL apples and oranges.

Weren't you were the one always telling us not to compare Fukushima to Chernobyl?

The 'elephant's foot' formed in an open room, after flowing through a pipe in the ceiling, and contained a unique mixture of material.

There is absolutely nothing to suggest Fukushima core material will do the same. It is different material and melting through different structure into different terrain.

Assuming Fuku's cores will behave in any way like Chernobyl's is nothing but wishful thinking. They are simply not enough alike, and 5000 degree temperatures are very wild variables.

So in other words...

Just because a radioactive stalagtite formed at Chernobyl is absolutely no reason to assume Fukushima will do the same. You would be a fool to assume a best-case scenario in the wake of a nuclear meltdown.
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Good points.
Let us not forget that reactor three had MOX fuel loaded.
More unknowns.. much hotter.. blown to hell.
The emissions from Fuku at this time are 10 million becquerels per hour, 8 million from reactor 2 alone.
This is the bad boy..
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I will look for the Files later but just let me debunk
the Myth of a "China Syndrome":
A Corium would not melt his Way through the Ground
and unlimeted because he get dirty on his Way,
we had seen this in Chernobyl for example (Elephants Foot)

4Gb sounxs like a good Read, Domo!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33473565


I only ask as I had lunch with a Nuclear Mathematician who suggested in passing, the laws of diminishing returns had a bastard twin, on that followed the say principles, but in the opposite direction. As we were in a public forum, I felt it was not the time to ask if this issue was able to reach the Earths core. As I am not sleeping well, I posted here before making a call in the morning. I think the one issue that disregards a China Syndrome, is the mixture of Nuclear Materials Fukushima had on hand at the time of mishap.
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LOL apples and oranges.

Weren't you were the one always telling us not to compare Fukushima to Chernobyl?

The 'elephant's foot' formed in an open room, after flowing through a pipe in the ceiling, and contained a unique mixture of material.

There is absolutely nothing to suggest Fukushima core material will do the same. It is different material and melting through different structure into different terrain.

Assuming Fuku's cores will behave in any way like Chernobyl's is nothing but wishful thinking. They are simply not enough alike, and 5000 degree temperatures are very wild variables.

So in other words...

Just because a radioactive stalagtite formed at Chernobyl is absolutely no reason to assume Fukushima will do the same. You would be a fool to assume a best-case scenario in the wake of a nuclear meltdown.
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Good points.
Let us not forget that reactor three had MOX fuel loaded.
More unknowns.. much hotter.. blown to hell.
The emissions from Fuku at this time are 10 million becquerels per hour, 8 million from reactor 2 alone.
This is the bad boy..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Exactly, don't forget about the MOX fuel. More totally unknown variables, and ever less likely to act predictably.

Chernobyl has similarities, but make no mistake, the Fukushima meltdown is unprecedented.
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Hmm the link works when I click it, wish I could post a pic.
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