What is going on in Fukushima ?
>Meltout.(not meltdown.not even melt through.) Melted fuel rods are touching the underground water vein.
What may happen ?
>At the best,massive pollution will be caused,esp to ocean.At the worst,hydrovolcanic explosion will blast 2466ｔof Uranium.（1233 times as Hiroshima bomb,19 times as Chernobyl.)
What are they trying to do ?
>They are trying to build water cooling system,and try to build a tent to cover reactor 1.
Do they work ?
>No and no. Melted fuel rods are not in the container vessel anymore.Water cooling system is only to circulate water "above" the fuel,which makes nothing cool. an
There was a big demonstration on 6/11.and there will be more and more.However,I think the more people try to ACT,the more they will label them as communists or hysteria or etc..I don't really think it changes any political situation.and government and Japanese national bank seem to believe Japanese second industry is still very important,nuc power is therefore needed.
Wrapping up,I think demonstration merely causes more conflict.It won't change anything.and the bottom line of "demonstration" is to beg the gov to do something for us.Do we need to beg then ?
Government will restart the nuc plants though NOTHING has been
On 6/7 they doubled the estimated leakage of radiation from 370,000 tera Bq to 770,000 tera Bq.
They say still we have 80% of a long way to go to Chernobyl.
but they don't check the leakage into the sea or still concealing the fact.
Considering all the hidden effects,it may be level "8",ene news says.
They changed the definition of the situation from "meltdown" to "melt through".
Melting fuel broke the 16cm thickness of the metal of pressure vessel,in 2800C
and fell on to the final wall of containment vessel.
Having this situation,they changed the term from meltdown to melt through but
containment vessel is only 3 cm of thickness.
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