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At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)

 
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Thursday, 25 July 2013

At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness
JULY 25, 2013

[SNIP]

by HARVEY WASSERMAN

Radiation leaks, steam releases, disease and death continue to spew from Fukushima and a disaster which is far from over. Its most profound threat to the global ecology—a spent fuel fire—is still very much with us.

The latest steam leak has raised fears around the planet. A worst-case scenario of an on-going out-of-control fission reaction was dismissed by the owners, Tokyo Electric, because they didn’t find xenon in the plume. The company says the steam likely came from rain water being vaporized by residual heat in one of plant’s stricken reactors.

But independent experts tend to disbelieve anything Tepco says, for good reason. Reactor Units One, Two and Three have exploded at Fukushima despite decades of official assurances that commercial atomic power plants could not explode at all. The company has been unable to clear out enough radioactive debris to allow it to put a cover over the site that might contain further airborne emissions.

Tepco has also been forced to admit that it has been leaking radioactive water into the ocean ever since the disaster began on March 11, 2011. In one instance it admitted to a 90-fold increase of Cesium in a nearby test well over a period of just 3 days.
[end snip]

Well that's just peachy, but it certainly changes nothing, and fixes nothing.

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Re: At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)
so what would the worst case scenario look like from this?
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sfan

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yup, we're doomed.
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so what would the worst case scenario look like from this?
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Read the article. It says:

But there’s no doubt that a pool containing many tons of highly radioactive used fuel is suspended 100 feet in the air, with little left to support the structure. Should an earthquake or other trauma knock the pool to the ground, there’s a high likelihood the fuel rods could catch fire.

In such an event, the radioactive emissions could be catastrophic. Intensely lethal emissions could spew for a very long time, eventually circling the globe many times, wrecking untold havoc.
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No one cares about this? WTF?
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Re: At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)
so what would the worst case scenario look like from this?
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Read the article. It says:

But there’s no doubt that a pool containing many tons of highly radioactive used fuel is suspended 100 feet in the air, with little left to support the structure. Should an earthquake or other trauma knock the pool to the ground, there’s a high likelihood the fuel rods could catch fire.

In such an event, the radioactive emissions could be catastrophic. Intensely lethal emissions could spew for a very long time, eventually circling the globe many times, wrecking untold havoc.
 Quoting: Eggifer


already happening and we're 2011 too late.....
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No one cares about this? WTF?
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that's the plan... and it's working well...... i was quietly working on a symposium here in Australia... with the few and brightest, but no bullshit, public interest and feasibility study proved it just didn't do the maths....

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Re: At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)
I care.

Its so apocalyptic however that the general public can't fathom it. Its kind of like when someone is selling a potion saying it'll cure everything possibly wrong with you, you pretty much know its bogus.

This Fukushima is a reality that says everyone could eventually die. How do we as human beings, limited as we are, even begin to understand this. It's easier to just say its not true or just say what's done is done and there's nothing that can be done.

It makes every other news story out there pointless. It makes everything a person does almost pointless. All the politics, all the news stories, all the sports shows, the schooling, the arts and culture, children, family life, all the thing we do pointless. We can't live with pointless. It isn't in our nature. Its all too horrible.

I can't afford to move to Australia. I can only watch. That is all most of us can do. Short of lobbying against nuclear power or war. But then, what would be the point? Now... after its too late?
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I care.

Its so apocalyptic however that the general public can't fathom it. Its kind of like when someone is selling a potion saying it'll cure everything possibly wrong with you, you pretty much know its bogus.

This Fukushima is a reality that says everyone could eventually die. How do we as human beings, limited as we are, even begin to understand this. It's easier to just say its not true or just say what's done is done and there's nothing that can be done.

It makes every other news story out there pointless. It makes everything a person does almost pointless. All the politics, all the news stories, all the sports shows, the schooling, the arts and culture, children, family life, all the thing we do pointless. We can't live with pointless. It isn't in our nature. Its all too horrible.

I can't afford to move to Australia. I can only watch. That is all most of us can do. Short of lobbying against nuclear power or war. But then, what would be the point? Now... after its too late?
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I care.

Its so apocalyptic however that the general public can't fathom it. Its kind of like when someone is selling a potion saying it'll cure everything possibly wrong with you, you pretty much know its bogus.

This Fukushima is a reality that says everyone could eventually die. How do we as human beings, limited as we are, even begin to understand this. It's easier to just say its not true or just say what's done is done and there's nothing that can be done.

It makes every other news story out there pointless. It makes everything a person does almost pointless. All the politics, all the news stories, all the sports shows, the schooling, the arts and culture, children, family life, all the thing we do pointless. We can't live with pointless. It isn't in our nature. Its all too horrible.

I can't afford to move to Australia. I can only watch. That is all most of us can do. Short of lobbying against nuclear power or war. But then, what would be the point? Now... after its too late?
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This could be the greatest and most significant Internet post of all time (depending on how things actually turn out with Fukushima). Wow! 10 stars out of 5 stars! Words describe the greatness of this post!
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I meant to write:

Words CANNOT describe the greatness of this post!
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Re: At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)
so what would the worst case scenario look like from this?
 Quoting: Kcchamps


Read the article. It says:

But there’s no doubt that a pool containing many tons of highly radioactive used fuel is suspended 100 feet in the air, with little left to support the structure. Should an earthquake or other trauma knock the pool to the ground, there’s a high likelihood the fuel rods could catch fire.

In such an event, the radioactive emissions could be catastrophic. Intensely lethal emissions could spew for a very long time, eventually circling the globe many times, wrecking untold havoc.
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AHH..some REAL doom.

Ploomys DAD would be out and about wondering where his son got to.
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I care.

Its so apocalyptic however that the general public can't fathom it. Its kind of like when someone is selling a potion saying it'll cure everything possibly wrong with you, you pretty much know its bogus.

This Fukushima is a reality that says everyone could eventually die. How do we as human beings, limited as we are, even begin to understand this. It's easier to just say its not true or just say what's done is done and there's nothing that can be done.

It makes every other news story out there pointless. It makes everything a person does almost pointless. All the politics, all the news stories, all the sports shows, the schooling, the arts and culture, children, family life, all the thing we do pointless. We can't live with pointless. It isn't in our nature. Its all too horrible.

I can't afford to move to Australia. I can only watch. That is all most of us can do. Short of lobbying against nuclear power or war. But then, what would be the point? Now... after its too late?
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You said it brother. hf
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bump
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so what would the worst case scenario look like from this?
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Read the article. It says:

But there’s no doubt that a pool containing many tons of highly radioactive used fuel is suspended 100 feet in the air, with little left to support the structure. Should an earthquake or other trauma knock the pool to the ground, there’s a high likelihood the fuel rods could catch fire.

In such an event, the radioactive emissions could be catastrophic. Intensely lethal emissions could spew for a very long time, eventually circling the globe many times, wrecking untold havoc.
 Quoting: Eggifer


AHH..some REAL doom.

Ploomys DAD would be out and about wondering where his son got to.
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REAL doom and most of the "doomers" are focusing on comparatively meaningless stuff! Fake "doomers" don't want REAL, such posers!
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Re: At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)
There is always Shakespeare... He said pretty much everything better than I could...


Macbeth:
To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time;
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player,
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.
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bump verysad
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There is always Shakespeare... He said pretty much everything better than I could...


Macbeth:
To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time;
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player,
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43868849


Shakespeare was speaking generally about life, you were speaking specifically about today.

Give yourself credit, what your post above is simply awesome and better than this Shakespeare quote easily.
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See you in the next life buddy. :)
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Ahh but parting is such sweet sorrow......
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I think you're a complete dork CP. But god damnit I'll be a sonofabitch if I don't admire your persistence. Good work on fuckyoushima. I think you've earned your keep.
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terraforming to incarnate hell
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I think you're a complete dork CP. But god damnit I'll be a sonofabitch if I don't admire your persistence. Good work on fuckyoushima. I think you've earned your keep.
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Why do you think he's a dork? :<
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I think you're a complete dork CP. But god damnit I'll be a sonofabitch if I don't admire your persistence. Good work on fuckyoushima. I think you've earned your keep.
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he must be getting some tang for this is all I can figure
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I think you're a complete dork CP. But god damnit I'll be a sonofabitch if I don't admire your persistence. Good work on fuckyoushima. I think you've earned your keep.
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Why do you think he's a dork? :<
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I dunno...he just is. I've adjusted to his particular brand of "dorkiness". Where he used to get on my nerves...I now understand.
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I think you're a complete dork CP. But god damnit I'll be a sonofabitch if I don't admire your persistence. Good work on fuckyoushima. I think you've earned your keep.
 Quoting: Chip


Why do you think he's a dork? :<
 Quoting: calx


I dunno...he just is. I've adjusted to his particular brand of "dorkiness". Where he used to get on my nerves...I now understand.
 Quoting: Chip


We're all just trying to make it here. He's been keeping us informed about Fukushima. No one is covering it and he's doing a good job bringing it all to GLP. We all have our faults. He's a very good man.

I appreciate his messages. And I hope you do too boss. :)

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I think you're a complete dork CP. But god damnit I'll be a sonofabitch if I don't admire your persistence. Good work on fuckyoushima. I think you've earned your keep.
 Quoting: Chip


Why do you think he's a dork? :<
 Quoting: calx


I dunno...he just is. I've adjusted to his particular brand of "dorkiness". Where he used to get on my nerves...I now understand.
 Quoting: Chip


We're all just trying to make it here. He's been keeping us informed about Fukushima. No one is covering it and he's going a good job. We all have our faults. He's a very good man.

I appreciate his messages. And I hope you do too boss. :)
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My entire post was to credit him. You've been here long enough to know how I work. No holds barred.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. ~Arthur C. Clarke

Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first. ~Mark Twain

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Why do you think he's a dork? :<
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I dunno...he just is. I've adjusted to his particular brand of "dorkiness". Where he used to get on my nerves...I now understand.
 Quoting: Chip


We're all just trying to make it here. He's been keeping us informed about Fukushima. No one is covering it and he's going a good job. We all have our faults. He's a very good man.

I appreciate his messages. And I hope you do too boss. :)
 Quoting: calx


My entire post was to credit him. You've been here long enough to know how I work. No holds barred.
 Quoting: Chip


Sorry Chip I know I'm just in a bad mood. Cheers buddy.
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so tepco killed earth
i wonder how there stock are doing
should we rename earth Tepco one

hope there proud of killing us all
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Concerning Fukushima making life pointless...

It's kind of like a sports team that knows their gonna throw a game at the end but they want to put on a good show so they play as hard as they can until there's a few left then they stop playing hard and let the other team win.

That may be the situation that the entire human race is facing right now... EVERYTHING may be show that will have no long term benefits because there may be no long term.
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We find it hilarious when the UN had said or done nothing about Fuk u shima and at the same time had done nothing to avoid the burden of Damascus which had been forewarned and written in the holy scripture.

UN is a fucking SHIT and is ROTTEN with the Murican.