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Posted 10/7/13 , edited 10/7/13
Has anyone heard about this? looks like there gonna try and remove all the spent fuel rods in reactor 4. sounds dangerous. the end of the article talks about aliens for some reason. just ignore that.
http://drsircus.com/world-news/no-one-is-watching



what are your thoughts?

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They are screwed, this will not go well.

The Japanese need help but are far too prideful to ask us to help them fix this. All they do is try to downplay it and get it out of the news. This will end very bad for them. We should be over there fixing problems like this rather than wasting our time in the middle east.
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Lets see... An operation that has never been tried before, has more things that can go wrong than can go right while in operation and a minor error could lead to an uncontrollable catastrophe.

I see nothing to worry about here.
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Hope for the best perpare for the worst

I don't think we should waltz in and try to fix it ourselves we should lend japan any support they need in fixxing their problem
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We are your friends, ask for help! Im sure between the US and Japan, we can solve any engineering issue at Fukushima, or at least find the best solution.. Obama stop calling Irans prez and call Japan and offer it!!
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killar wrote:

They are screwed, this will not go well.

The Japanese need help but are far too prideful to ask us to help them fix this. All they do is try to downplay it and get it out of the news. This will end very bad for them. We should be over there fixing problems like this rather than wasting our time in the middle east.


You hit the nail on the head! But I don't think we should just barge in and declare that we are going to help Them.
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Posted 10/7/13 , edited 10/7/13
You should assume that Japan has employed the very best people the world has to offer to work on this. You should also assume many of them are not American. Come on people.
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kinga750 wrote:

You should assume that Japan has employed the very best people the world has to offer to work on this. You should also assume many of them are not American. Come on people.


every hear that assumptions is the mother of all screw ups?
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I think that they should look more into it. Yes, they might of done lots of research, but they should ask for help from other countries. And, it seems like they know that it's a huge risk. Japan needs to look at all the possible errors and just warn the residents about what might happen.

Or, I might be completely dumb and they already did that. Who knows.
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Mycow8me wrote:

Lets see... An operation that has never been tried before, has more things that can go wrong than can go right while in operation and a minor error could lead to an uncontrollable catastrophe.

I see nothing to worry about here.


I don't know .. It is a little similar to Chernobyl.
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Dangerous, yes.
Impossible, possibly.
Screwed, could be.
They will likely not go in feet first to such a potentially dangerous process. They've probably done research, doing more, started to run models, acquiring gear they'd need, and prepared many disaster plans.
Should the US help them? If they ask for help, sure, but we have our own issues presently.
Keep a couple things in mind too, since the tsunami and all, despite Naval personnel signing their life away (prior Navy myself), some of the first responders attempted a lawsuit against Japan for radiation poisoning. I didn't follow the outcome, and not going to look it up, so not sure how that turned out.
As for saying we're "friends", it's more of a forced alliance, there is still a lot of tension due to past incidents.
I'm sure things will be well taken care of, and frankly some random doctor's blog that brings up extraterrestrial beings and such probably isn't the best source of news, especially since nothing that I've seen makes him an expert in the nuclear field and most of the information I've seen on him is primarily his own website touting him up.
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If I was going in there my first thought would be "Fuk me"
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The Japanese as usual are far too prideful and up their own to ask for help. They have lied to their people about the fatality and danger of the situation, and it just keeps escalating. They do not have things "under control" and that face they are showing to the world is a lie.

So too bad for them; they can deal with the consequences of their insufferable pride.

The harder they fall indeed.
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Posted 10/7/13
Wait...Fukushima? I know (sorta) someone who lives there. Oh F*** I better let them know
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