Nuclear accident in Japan, a Japanese Chernobyl?

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by Leo Maximus » 12/03/11, 16:48

Michel Chevalet has just spoken on i TV. He got ch ... to make a diagram of the reactor, it makes people laugh but it proves for me that he is a more serious journalist than the others:

http://www.itele.fr/video/fukushima-lom ... tchernobyl

That confirms what we said on nhk.co.jp: no core fusion. The pb would come from emergency diesel which could not have started because flooded by the tsunami.
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by Lietseu » 12/03/11, 18:14

Good evening, at 18 p.m. on France 00 we announced a risk of 24 out of 4 of nuclear accident ...

to follow!

Meow and thank you for this subject Christophe!
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by Lietseu » 12/03/11, 18:16

Leo Maximus wrote:Michel Chevalet has just spoken on i TV. He got ch ... to make a diagram of the reactor, it makes people laugh but it proves for me that he is a more serious journalist than the others:

http://www.itele.fr/video/fukushima-lom ... tchernobyl

That confirms what we said on nhk.co.jp: no core fusion. The pb would come from emergency diesel which could not have started because flooded by the tsunami.


The diesel generators jumped definitively with the explosion that we saw on CNN live ...
It is starting to stink seriously ...

Meow :?
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by Leo Maximus » 12/03/11, 18:31

According to Bloomberg, the explosion was due to a hydrogen leak. We are trying to stabilize the situation by flooding the reactor with seawater:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-1 ... land-.html
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by dedeleco » 12/03/11, 18:43

Our L. Besson said:
it's serious but it's not a nuclear accident !!


We are well protected in France !!

It is hard to cool a molten reactor that heats and prevents water from entering and releases hydrogen ready to explode again. !!
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by Did67 » 12/03/11, 18:45

Leo Maximus wrote:The pb would come from emergency diesel which could not have started because flooded by the tsunami.


He has also just been very critical after the press conference of our ministers (NKM - not to be confused with NHK! And Beson).

This reassures: there are still real journalists ... Unfortunately, we have to go and find them on itélé! (it should be remembered that he was a scientific journalist on Antenne2).

What is funny is that Besson said: no danger with us, this type of risk, everything has been calculated ...

If I understand correctly, the Japanese are too stupid to calculate and did not even foresee that there could be at the same time an earthquake and a tsunami which would flood the groups (whereas when we see as "shakes" the towers of Tokyo without anything falling - yes, the frames and shelves in the offices - we say hats!). But we in France, we have planned everything, we are too brilliant (including the tsunami in the Atlantic which would flood the Blayet? I remind you that during the famous earthquake which had set fire to Lisbon I do not remember when, there was had a tsunami)

They want us to believe that, fools?
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by Leo Maximus » 12/03/11, 19:11

An image of the building of reactor 1 of Fukushima after the explosion (doc NHK):

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We still have some info from Japanese news agencies. Iodine tablets will be distributed to the population. We try to avoid the core melting with a mixture of seawater and boric acid (backup system that exists on our SNA and SNLE).

A TEPCO official has found a way to say that the reactor risks being shut down for 1 year : Lol: . Maybe to minimize the event.
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by sen-no-sen » 12/03/11, 19:11

Oh don't worry Did67, the French engineers had everything planned .... except the flooding of the Blayais ... except the heat wave of 2003, requiring the cooling of the reactor with the fire lance etc ... etc ... there is therefore no problem to be done !!!

You all tend to forget that France is divinely protected from all its accidents, so sleep easy! : Lol:
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by Leo Maximus » 12/03/11, 19:24

The tsunami of October 16, 1979 on the French Riviera was not planned either:

http://www.dailymotion.com/sas/jtn## 1979-10-16

It has been said that it was (perhaps) caused by the construction of Nice airport on the sea.
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by dedeleco » 12/03/11, 19:38

We said he would

It's not we said but a certainty that it was caused by the embankment of this airport built without care or measures on the seabed, as explained yesterday on Arte (around 16 p.m. to 18 p.m.), with the poignant testimony of the trucker who escaped drowning under the water and who saw other truckers caught in the underwater collapse and dead with their mouths full of pebbles !!

Currently we must carry out an underwater geological study to avoid this type of accident !!
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