Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61001840 Quoting: Chugiakian Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62636063
about which Studies you are talking about?
The absolute majority of Studies i have seen
is neutal and this is the Way a Study must be:
Enenews do much more bad than good
and the Forum it self is a breeding ground
PS: do you saw already "Gilligans Island"?
I laughed so hard about the Clowns,
but i don't link it to here.
Just look for "Gilligans Island & beautifulgirlby darna"
@AC1840,AC6063, or whatever AC# you are going by today.......
You have a challenge with ENENEWS reports, so according to this information released just today, what specifically is your issue with this information, not just some broad stroked "much more bad then good, breeding ground for stupidity" generic comment, you imply..... but specifically, what issue do you have with this report from ENENews???
[link to enenews.com
op-Secret Fukushima Interview: All the melted nuclear fuel will escape from containment vessel … it’s completely exposed — Nuclear annihilation of entire eastern part of Japan envisioned
Asahi Shimbun, Sept 12, 2014 (emphasis added): Yoshida feared nuclear ‘annihilation’ of eastern Japan, testimony shows — Plant manager Masao Yoshida envisioned catastrophe for eastern Japan… In his testimony, Yoshida described the condition of the No. 2 reactor at the Fukushima plant between the evening of March 14, 2011, and the next morning: “Despite the nuclear fuel being completely exposed, we’re unable to reduce pressure. Water can’t get in either.” Yoshida recalled the severity of the situation. “If we continue to be unable to get water in, all of the nuclear fuel will melt and escape from the containment vessel, and radioactive substances from the fuel will spread to the outside… What we envisioned was that the entire eastern part of Japan would be annihilated.”
Yoshida feared nuclear 'annihilation' of eastern Japan, testimony shows
September 12, 2014
[link to ajw.asahi.com
[less than 50% snip]
Plant manager Masao Yoshida envisioned catastrophe for eastern Japan in the days following the outbreak of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, according to his testimony, one of 19 released by the government on Sept. 11.
The testimonies of 19 of the people interviewed by the Investigation Committee on the Accident at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Stations of Tokyo Electric Power Co. shed light on the early days of the crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant and the front-line response.
They include statements from then Prime Minister Naoto Kan and Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano when the Democratic Party of Japan-led administration was in power.
Explaining why the government decided to disclose the documents, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said at a news conference: “Several newspapers have run stories in a piecemeal fashion that cover only part of the hearings of former plant manager Yoshida. As a result, Yoshida’s fear that words in his testimony would be misused out of convenience was warranted.”
In his testimony, Yoshida described the condition of the No. 2 reactor at the Fukushima plant between the evening of March 14, 2011, and the next morning: “Despite the nuclear fuel being completely exposed, we’re unable to reduce pressure. Water can’t get in either.”