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(Washington's Blog)   Fukushima's sinking, man, and I don't wanna swim   (washingtonsblog.com) divider line 88
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2012-10-24 04:13:03 AM
Nuclear power on a volcanic island. What could go wrong?
 
2012-10-24 04:18:49 AM
Headline is tragically hip.
 
2012-10-24 04:40:05 AM
Is this one of those things that could be solved by people working together, but instead will result in the death of us all?
 
2012-10-24 07:12:32 AM
This is just one of a dozen things still going wrong with Fukushima. They're actually putting radioactive water underground in a manmade basin that they admit would crack in an earthquake. Tepco has diverted funding away and is funneling it into other nuclear projects.

Tiawan is considering nuclear energy for their country and yet they're prone to the same earthquake safety issues that Japan is. One Japanese engineer who worked on Fukushima actually pleaded for the to find another energy source.
 
2012-10-24 07:46:57 AM
Well, That's Armageddon.
 
2012-10-24 08:50:30 AM
Aaaaand there's my morning earworm

/thanks, subby
//could be worse, I guess
 
2012-10-24 08:54:48 AM
we should send UN Peacekeepers to give them cholera
 
2012-10-24 08:59:10 AM
Your blog sucks
 
2012-10-24 08:59:12 AM
Wow, that blog is just, wow.
 
2012-10-24 08:59:54 AM
Nukes themselves, this time.
 
2012-10-24 09:01:11 AM
The comments on that article are painful to read.
 
2012-10-24 09:02:54 AM
We're all gonna die.
 
2012-10-24 09:05:32 AM
Damn you subby. Now I've got that song in my head.
 
2012-10-24 09:06:15 AM
At least you can tell if it's yawning or snarling.
 
2012-10-24 09:07:05 AM
Killer Whale Tank
 
2012-10-24 09:12:03 AM

AbbeySomeone: Nuclear power on a volcanic island. What could go wrong?


God-Zilla!
 
2012-10-24 09:12:42 AM
...I don't feel so smug about living on the beautiful West Coast today.

Maybe it's time to take that job offer inland a couple thousand klicks...
 
2012-10-24 09:13:57 AM
Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.
 
2012-10-24 09:17:43 AM

Faust_Motel: At least you can tell if it's yawning or snarling.


Just great. I'm 38 years old, never kissed a girl, and I'm scared of this nautical disaster. I could use some courage, but I'm feeling so hard done by.
 
2012-10-24 09:17:52 AM
Canadian, Subby?
 
2012-10-24 09:17:59 AM

SomeGeologist: The comments on that article are painful to read.


Well thanks for pointing those out, I'm just going to go weep for humanity now...
 
2012-10-24 09:18:09 AM
The comments are somewhat fun to read as well.

/and the blog does suck.
 
2012-10-24 09:19:42 AM
Reactor's ability to withstand another earthquake rated as "zero"

I'm no fancy nuclear science guy, but that doesn't sound good.
 
2012-10-24 09:25:00 AM
Oh come on. Human beings can put a man on the moon but we can't move some spent fuel to a safer location? I refuse to believe that. They just need to get organized, get a bunch of scientists and engineers to come up with a plan, and do it.
 
2012-10-24 09:25:48 AM
They should build a big ol' wall right around it, and pour all the concrete in the world over it.
 
2012-10-24 09:26:56 AM
"Unit 4, ... world community pool"

/Don't forget your sunscreen
 
2012-10-24 09:27:43 AM
"SWIM !"
 
2012-10-24 09:29:50 AM

cs30109: Oh come on. Human beings can put a man on the moon but we can't move some spent fuel to a safer location? I refuse to believe that. They just need to get organized, get a bunch of scientists and engineers to come up with a plan, and do it.


It's called "dry casket storage" and it will costs hundreds of millions. Couldn't we, like, do this on the cheap? 'Cause, you know, when we're talking about the Pacific, we don't want to go with a foolproof expensive plan. Let's go with the lowest bidder on the gov't job!
 
2012-10-24 09:32:33 AM
Too bad they peaked with "Day for Night" over 15 years ago.
 
2012-10-24 09:34:26 AM

AbbeySomeone: Nuclear power on a volcanic island. What could go wrong?


popcracker.com
 
2012-10-24 09:35:47 AM

hiker9999: AbbeySomeone: Nuclear power on a volcanic island. What could go wrong?

God-Zilla!


godamnitsomuch 
 
2012-10-24 09:35:49 AM
"That one burned down, fell over, then sank into the swamp."
 
2012-10-24 09:39:20 AM

Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.


i call bullshiat. why? thats very measurable and what you claim would of been detected already. but it hasn't. i leave the burden of proof to you to disprove me but I know your full of bs. therefore i highly doubt you have any evidence to back up your claim.
 
2012-10-24 09:41:51 AM
The only thing that blog was missing was chemtrails.
 
2012-10-24 09:42:54 AM

Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.


I would bet that the amount of radiation in rain on the west coast attributable to coal plants in China would exceed any Fukushima output to date.
 
2012-10-24 09:44:57 AM

Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.


BOOGA BOOGA!
 
2012-10-24 09:50:50 AM
Let's see, a crappy blog linking to itself and site called "enenews.com." What the hell is enenews.com? A no name, no reputation, shiatty blog with fear mongering, editorialized crappola.

Seems legit.
 
2012-10-24 09:51:36 AM
Goddammit so much. If TEPCO hadn't been such farking farksticks, a third of this wouldn't have happened. Way to poison the well, guys. Any more "help" and we're all back to burning mummies for fuel because it's "safer". Christ.
 
2012-10-24 09:52:38 AM

Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.


But what about.. Chubby Rain?
 
2012-10-24 09:54:42 AM

Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.


I will thank you...
In fact, I will enjoy it along with a tall glass of fluoridated water that has been cooled by a Freon compressor powered by blood-oil from Nigeria.

Remember, corporations control everything, and you are just powerless sheeple addicted to consumerism.
 
2012-10-24 09:56:32 AM

Aidan: Goddammit so much. If TEPCO hadn't been such farking farksticks, a third of this wouldn't have happened. Way to poison the well, guys. Any more "help" and we're all back to burning mummies for fuel because it's "safer". Christ.


Calling Tepco "farking farksticks" is an insult to hardworking farksticks everywhere.
 
2012-10-24 09:56:38 AM

Goodfella: Enjoy your radioactive food supply.


I know, from comic books, that radiation gives me super powers, so you can all eat your boring normal food while I grow a giant blue dong!
 
2012-10-24 09:56:49 AM
I also would have accepted:
A nuclear error, but I have no fear, Fukushima's sinking and I, I live by the ocean
 
2012-10-24 09:57:14 AM

Nightsweat: I would bet that the amount of radiation in rain on the west coast attributable to coal plants in China would exceed any Fukushima output to date


Why would coal plants be putting out radiation?
 
2012-10-24 09:59:01 AM

viscountalpha: Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.

i call bullshiat. why? thats very measurable and what you claim would of been detected already. but it hasn't. i leave the burden of proof to you to disprove me but I know your full of bs. therefore i highly doubt you have any evidence to back up your claim.


Shhhhh. Consipiracy theorists explode when exposed to direct facts.
 
2012-10-24 10:00:58 AM

old_toole: Nightsweat: I would bet that the amount of radiation in rain on the west coast attributable to coal plants in China would exceed any Fukushima output to date

Why would coal plants be putting out radiation?


Your answer lies here. (pops)
 
2012-10-24 10:07:40 AM

Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.


Jesse Ventura has a fark account?
 
2012-10-24 10:11:31 AM

viscountalpha: Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.

i call bullshiat. why? thats very measurable and what you claim would of been detected already. but it hasn't. i leave the burden of proof to you to disprove me but I know your full of bs. therefore i highly doubt you have any evidence to back up your claim.


This. Why haven't any groups been screaming about this if it's the case. If what he is saying is true, this radiation should be detectable to anyone with a thousand dollar piece of equipment from Canada to Mexico, two of which I am sitting next to. I personally know radiation safety officers who do surveys where I work, which I have assisted with occasionally. So, unless he is calling me and many people I know liars, let alone people who do our jobs all over the country or is saying that we don't know how to maintain simple equipment it is bullshiat.
 
2012-10-24 10:14:21 AM

Source4leko: viscountalpha: Goodfella: Much of the rain that has been falling on America over the last year and a half, particularly the entire west coast from BC, Canada to Seattle to Portland to Los Angeles, has heavy amounts of radioactivity in it directly from Fukushima. It started showing up in the atmosphere above the US only about a week after the accident first happened. Radioactive rain has been watering many of the crops and foods you've been eating since that time.

Enjoy your radioactive food supply.

i call bullshiat. why? thats very measurable and what you claim would of been detected already. but it hasn't. i leave the burden of proof to you to disprove me but I know your full of bs. therefore i highly doubt you have any evidence to back up your claim.

This. Why haven't any groups been screaming about this if it's the case. If what he is saying is true, this radiation should be detectable to anyone with a thousand dollar piece of equipment from Canada to Mexico, two of which I am sitting next to. I personally know radiation safety officers who do surveys where I work, which I have assisted with occasionally. So, unless he is calling me and many people I know liars, let alone people who do our jobs all over the country or is saying that we don't know how to maintain simple equipment it is bullshiat.


No, he's saying that you are lying. And that he is on to you. He knows what you and your cronies plan to do. He will fight you till the end (which will be pretty soon, since, I assume, he stopped eating food since it is all contaminated).
 
2012-10-24 10:15:52 AM
Stop worrying, everyone. Why, a cracked, leaking, sinking nuclear reactor is no more dangerous than the banana sitting on your countertop.

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