Thursday, June 9, 2011

Fukushima melt-through: Danger

June 7th it was disclosed that Fukushima nuclear plant may have suffered 'melt-through'. It is the first time Japanese authorities have admitted the possibility that the fuel suffered "melt-through" -- a more serious scenario than a core meltdown.

The report, which is to be submitted to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said fuel rods in reactors No 1, 2 and 3 had probably not only melted, but also breached their inner containment vessels and accumulated in the outer steel containment vessels.

This after assuring people at the time of the accident that it was only a 3 on a scale of 7, not even as bad as 3 Mile Island which was a 5. The 'Experts' got this wrong, way wrong, so wrong that they can't be trusted. Alternatively if they knew the truth and were deliberately misleading the public, then again they can't be trusted.

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