Tremors felt in Moscow as 8.2 quake rattles Russia's Sakhalin region
Fears of a nuclear meltdown intensified in Japan after an explosion at Fukushima power plant, which was damaged by Friday’s earthquake in the northeast.
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How do You conclude that the entire west coast of North America would have significant radiation exposure?It's almost 600 km shorter way from Finland to Fukushima than from Fukushima to Seattle.
If there is a full meltdown, the entire West Coast of North America will have significant radiation exposure within ten days. Scary stuff.If they start pouring concrete, I'd start eating potassium iodide, whatever the "experts" say. Governments always tend to downplay these dangers at first.http:/ /www.boldizar.com/bl og/2011/03/if-there- is-a-meltdown/
Obviously the threat of geological instability to nuclear facilities has horrifying ramifications. In this age of steady cam techniques, what can be done to develop steady reactors? Or perhaps nuclear technology like a shark is best kept moving around rather than waiting to be toppled over onto the nearest population?
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