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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Reactor meltdown has broken through steel floor, expert thinks

Now there's probably superhot radioactive lava sitting on a concrete pad, he says. And he should know -- he was the "safety expert" at General Electric when they built the Fukushima reactors.

If you keep cooling this deadly mess with water, maybe the concrete will hold up. Maybe. "But it's not going to be good news for the environment." Ya don't say, pal. They oughta lock you up.

Comments (5)

Elvis has left the building.

This is tragic. Apocalyptic nightmares should be tempered:

I'd rather be smart than lucky, but if lucky is the only remaining choice....

Good link "Old Zeb."


Good story. But sourced to Wikipedia? Take it with a block of salt.

one of my best memories of my time in the pacific northwest is the time we saw the trojan plant demolished. too bad pge still wants boardman to poison us - utility companies sure are great.

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