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Pagy 03-18-2011 15:47

Yeah she's definitely too dumb to have done that.

JoMo 03-18-2011 15:58

TEPCO has reported they have electricity to the site now. They just have to connect it to the reactors and check whether all the pumps, etc.. work.

FngrBANG 03-18-2011 16:02

don't forget to check the breakers

Shiloh 03-18-2011 16:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dark Volcanic (Post 16284308)
lol
holy dumb

I realize its procedure to shut down the reactors, but their primary back up was inoperative. No power, no cooling, disaster. A nuclear power station melting down because of a lack of power is ironic.

Thingfish 03-18-2011 16:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by JoMo (Post 16284372)
TEPCO has reported they have electricity to the site now. They just have to connect it to the reactors and check whether all the pumps, etc.. work.

I'm imagining pot-bellied jeans-wearing Japanese with their ass-cracks showing wearing bandanas and listening to country music pulling up in a beat-up Toyota pickup. Empty Asahi cans will clatter out when they exit the truck.

FngrBANG 03-18-2011 16:10

The japanese never take anything seriously...

Dresden 03-18-2011 16:13

Iodine only protects against radiated iodine 131 particles which only remain dangerous for 8-30 days. It's the radioactive cesnium particles that stick around for thousands of years.

Been hearing reports of iodine overdosing which is a bit ironic.

Pagy 03-18-2011 16:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shiloh (Post 16284391)
I realize its procedure to shut down the reactors, but their primary back up was inoperative. No power, no cooling, disaster. A nuclear power station melting down because of a lack of power is ironic.

No... No its not.

Furthermore your confusion about the reactors being shut down and why is pretty funny.

groundzero 03-18-2011 16:24

stfu with using the word ironic.

groundzero 03-18-2011 16:25

oh you sneaky snake pagy

Tappy 03-18-2011 16:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by groundzero (Post 16284419)
stfu with using the word ironic.

Using the word ironic while calling for cessation of irony.




How ironic.

sain 03-18-2011 16:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dresden (Post 16284401)
Iodine only protects against radiated iodine 131 particles which only remain dangerous for 8-30 days. It's the radioactive cesnium particles that stick around for thousands of years.

Been hearing reports of iodine overdosing which is a bit ironic.

Cesium 137 has a half life of 30 years.

groundzero 03-18-2011 16:29

isnt it ironic

JoMo 03-18-2011 16:31

Boeing WC-135 Constant Phoenix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

jonb 03-18-2011 16:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by groundzero (Post 16284430)
isnt it ironic

don't you think

Dresden 03-18-2011 22:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by sain (Post 16284428)
Cesium 137 has a half life of 30 years.

Thanks sain

Phyzx 03-18-2011 23:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by jonb (Post 16284457)
don't you think

*****, you stole my line.

jonb 03-19-2011 00:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by Phyzx (Post 16285186)
*****, you stole my line.

a little too ironic

Dresden 03-19-2011 00:39

http://img849.imageshack.us/img849/5...ddisasters.jpg

http://files.abovetopsecret.com/imag...4d02b3966c.jpg
The Wako Clock tower at Ginza in Tokyo


http://rc.kbg.me/wp-content/plugins/...2march2011.jpg
Also on the left side of the card the collapsing building on the left looks like a similar pattern to the plants.

CelticMojo 03-19-2011 01:21

That's ironic.

Dresden 03-19-2011 01:25

This picture looks right into the building

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/...87_964x532.jpg

Togowack 03-19-2011 01:34

ofn maybe but

Japan rejected early US help on nuclear disaster: report - The West Australian

U.S. support was conditional upon permanent removal of their reactors

kazan 03-19-2011 02:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Togowack (Post 16285347)
ofn maybe but

Japan rejected early US help on nuclear disaster: report - The West Australian

U.S. support was conditional upon permanent removal of their reactors

I find your summation moderately misleading. Also it is ofn.

SpicyMcHaggis 03-19-2011 05:31

welcome to togowhacked's world...

JoMo 03-19-2011 08:12

NEWS ADVISORY: Tokyo Electric apologizes for high radiation levels in some food

NEWS ADVISORY: Traces of radioactive iodine found in tap water in Tokyo, other areas: gov't


(Reuters) - Japan confirmed the presence of radioactive iodine contamination in food products from near a crippled nuclear plant and ordered a halt to the sale of such products from the area, the U.N. nuclear body said on Saturday.

"Though radioactive iodine has a short half-life of about 8 days and decays naturally within a matter of weeks, there is a short-term risk to human health if radioactive iodine in food is absorbed into the human body," the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a statement.

FngrBANG 03-19-2011 08:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dresden (Post 16285339)
This picture looks right into the building

[IMG]http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/03/17/article-1367125-0B38485800000578-687_964x532.jpg

DO YOU SEE THAT GREMLIN RITE THERE!?

http://content.internetvideoarchive..../003796_15.jpg

JoMo 03-19-2011 11:12

BREAKING NEWS: Radioactive iodine beyond limit detected in tap water in Fukushima: gov't

DocHolliday 03-19-2011 11:36

Well on the bright side its only iodine so far.

Flyersfan 03-19-2011 13:23

theres radiation in the water but i bet they are sorry about it

Bezel 03-19-2011 14:24

We're very sorry to all the retarded children who will be born over the next 5 generations. Really sorry.

cyclozine 03-19-2011 15:25

another generic tsunami video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wYiNnHEGyY

FngrBANG 03-19-2011 16:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evele (Post 16286017)
We're very sorry to all the retarded children who will be born over the next 5 generations. Really sorry.

What'd we do?

cyclozine 03-19-2011 18:16

TSUNAMI VS PEARL HARBOR: AN INTERVIEW Viceland.com

JoMo 03-19-2011 18:18

NEWS ADVISORY: Fire fighters end 13 hours of operation to shoot water to Fukushima nuclear reactor

FngrBANG 03-19-2011 18:21

nm

Togowack 03-19-2011 19:08

the U.S. government required them to permenantly remove the reactor in order to help them

Detox.enD 03-19-2011 19:12

so is everyone done freaking out about this now that we're invading another country?

ICMeltdown 03-19-2011 19:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dresden (Post 16285339)
This picture looks right into the building

[.IMG]http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/03/17/article-1367125-0B38485800000578-687_964x532.jpg[/IMG]

Which building?

Kiint 03-19-2011 19:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by ICFire (Post 16286644)
Which building?

... the building in the picture DUH.

Bughead 03-19-2011 19:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by ICFire (Post 16286644)
Which building?

Looks like one of the reactors that had a hydrogen explosion (there was more than one, right?).


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