Japanese Tsunami

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Re: Japanese Tsunami

Post by Iceman » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:13 pm

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Re: Japanese Tsunami

Post by Killer » Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:23 pm

God bless there souls, I salute you.
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Re: Japanese Tsunami

Post by Kurosaki » Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:40 pm

Seriously...can you imagine making that desicion to stay and continue to try and fix it, knowing health-wise you probably wont be the same??...epic courage.

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Re: Japanese Tsunami

Post by Turbofan » Fri Mar 18, 2011 1:18 am

These men have real nerves of steel, to keep working in those conditions.
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Re: Japanese Tsunami

Post by Phoenix » Fri Mar 18, 2011 4:51 pm

As helicopters have had many issues so far, Soji Yamakawa has had a good idea that could help significantly.

Check out his website.
Soji Yamakawa wrote:The reactor #4 has a hole on the exterior wall, and the nuclear material that needs to be cooled is in the room accessible from the hole. Tomahawk missile must have a mode that releases the cluster bomb at the programmed timing. This program can be modified so that the missile releases the coolant at the best timing and then fly above the reactor. Coolant can be separately packed in the plastic capsules so that the cluster-bomb unit can be used as is, or they should be able to design and make a special container for the coolant..
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Soji Yamakawa wrote:It doesn't have to be a cruise missile. Delivering coolant to the reactors from outside the high-radiation zone is similar to the long-range precision bombing. It doesn't have to pierce through the reactor core. We are talking about used nuclear fuel that is exposed. There must be some precision weapon-delivery techniques that helps the situation.

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Re: Japanese Tsunami

Post by plunderbird » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:22 am

Re:- the workers. They have been called "The Nuclear Samuri" by the Japanese press. Were mentioned as such, on Sky News this morning.
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