Steam seen at Fukushima reactors: TEPCO

Sep 13, 2013
Image taken by TEPCO on September 4, 2013 shows a worker checking radiation levels at a water tank at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Vapour has begun rising again from a reactor at the plant, more than two-and-a-half years after its core melted down, TEPCO said Friday.

Vapour has begun rising again from a reactor at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, more than two-and-a-half years after its core melted down, the site's Japanese operator said Friday.

Tokyo Electric Power said it believed the steam was coming from a puddle sitting atop the reactor, but has not been able to clarify why vapour started appearing occasionally from July this year.

TEPCO said the Fukushima Daiichi remained stable, with sensors in and around it showing no increase in levels of radioactive release.

The steam appeared as TEPCO found more evidence that water at the plant was contaminating groundwater that is on its way to the sea.

Thousands of tonnes of water were poured on the reactors to tame the meltdowns sparked by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. TEPCO says their temperature is now stable but they need to be kept cool to prevent them running out of control again.

The continuing nuclear catastrophe at Fukushima has come under the international spotlight in recent weeks as Tokyo fought off challenges from Madrid and Istanbul for the right to host the 2020 Games.

Speaking to Olympic chiefs in Buenos Aires ahead of their decision to award the Games to Tokyo, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the situation at Fukushima was "under control".

Thousands of tonnes of are being stored in temporary tanks at Fukushima. Much of it has been used to cool molten reactors at the plant.

TEPCO and Japanese officials are considering releasing some of it into the Pacific Ocean after filtering out , but face opposition from fisherman and neighbouring countries.

The Japanese government has decided to spend $470 million on a scheme to freeze the soil around the reactors to form an impenetrable wall of ice they hope will direct groundwater away from them.

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Alexsei
1 / 5 (6) Sep 13, 2013
To manipulate people in Russia use a shot that gets to the brain, and then use human exposure is easy to control. With this (the injection that gets into the bloodstream, which then enters the human brain) can irritate parts of the brain. Hence the conclusion that after such an injection human brain more easily irradiate radiation.

For example, in Russia there are people who put experimentation on human beings, and these people are in power.

I guess you knew that microwaves penetrate through any obstacles, and so people have done just such a solution for that would manipulate the man.

In Russia put experimentation on human beings is a daily way of life I guess.

even with the help of elementary particles can be manipulated by man, resulting in stimulation of certain parts of the brain.

What can we say about other exciting new Gizmos that may even be of a military nature.
randallnix
1.7 / 5 (12) Sep 13, 2013
Come on now guys this is a big science experiment.....where are all you geniuses now? You figured out how to get brooms to carry water pails so now just show us how to stop them. So have any of you bright guys figured out what happens when Tepco tries to remove those fuel rods in November? Oh that's right you guys don't really like to talk about things that are in the realm of "science fiction". I guess it's all hypothetical till the geometry gets messed up....or as my old Grandpa would say, "son it's all just fun and games until someone creates an extinction level event".
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (5) Sep 13, 2013
Heres an idea which no one will like.

"A nuclear meltdown is a self-sustaining reaction. Nothing can stop it except stopping the reaction. And that would require a nuclear weapon. In fact, it would require one in each containment to merely stop what is going on now. But it will be messy."

-The question is, just how messy would it be? And just how messy will it be if the nuclear material is not dispersed?

"...they need to be kept cool to prevent them running out of control again."

-So how long will they need to bathe this stuff with water to do this and what do they do with all this radioactive water? It may be better to disperse the melted cores underground with controlled detonations which will also perhaps transmute some of the material into a less dangerous form.

I think it is worth studying. How many think that it has already been studied at some think tank out there?
randallnix
1 / 5 (8) Sep 13, 2013
Sorry Otto:-(

I am afraid those melted cores just like Elvis have left the building so our new radioactive water making machine will be with us for a a long time....nothing can be done about that now. I think the real focus should be on the fuel rods since they have the potential for a much greater catastrophe. Also by depending on Tepco's think tank we appear to have moved up the time timetable for getting those rods out. Here is the deal....if you break rods while removing them (many in the racks may already be broken)....then the site will have to be abandoned. Also if you screw up the geometry by even a millimeter then you could get a prompt critical excursion which could lead to the world's biggest open air chain reaction / fire from hell and this would most likely lead to other demon cores igniting.. If there are any nuclear physicist's reading this please feel free to jump in here to correct me. Be sure to check out the recent video of Tepco's crane falling....it's on Youtube
randallnix
1 / 5 (8) Sep 13, 2013
Also I am not sure anyone has or would even venture to calculate just what would happen if you dropped say 10 megatons or roughly 3 average warheads on that much nuclear fuel.....the cure could be even worse than the disease.
randallnix
1 / 5 (8) Sep 13, 2013
When dealing with this kind of catastrophe "Here be dragons" no one....not even the best physicist knows exactly how this will all end. There are no good outcomes only different degrees of going from really bad to much worse.
kochevnik
1.4 / 5 (9) Sep 13, 2013
It's not ecoterrorism when TEPCO does it!
randallnix
1.5 / 5 (8) Sep 13, 2013
Kockevnik No it's called progress....but lets not forget our friends at Westinghouse and GE....they bring good things to death.
randallnix
1.4 / 5 (9) Sep 14, 2013
Let's not forget the nuclear physicists who brought us this Prometheus fire....Perhaps we were not ready morally for such a gift, perhaps it wasn't theirs to give but we took the stolen goods and now we will all have to pay the price.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (6) Sep 14, 2013
if you dropped say 10 megatons or roughly 3 average warheads on that much nuclear fuel.....the cure could be even worse than the disease.
Well of course these would have to be engineered. Think 'controlled demolition' instead of 'firestorm'.

The soviets have done the most research on constructive uses for nuclear explosives.
http://en.wikiped..._Economy

-The idea at fukushima would be to disperse the material to sub-critical levels while retaining it at the immediate area, preferably underground and out of the water table. At that state it could possibly be mined and even reused. Win-win.

Micronukes would be placed underground in strategic locations to fracture and pulverize the material and combine it with adjacent soil and rock. Valuable isotopes would be created which would also be an impetus to reclamation. Profits would help offset the cost of the operation.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (6) Sep 14, 2013
Here you go. It would look something like this.
http://www.milita...2751001/

-There that wasnt so scary was it? (well yeah a little bit I think you bet) Mag 6.8. Thats ok - Japan is used to earthquakes. Narrated by william shatner.

This shot was also right near the ocean. Fukushima wouldnt be nearly as... dramatic. Instant uranium mine.

What is the alternative? Will it be any less... dramatic?
randallnix
1 / 5 (8) Sep 14, 2013
Otto i wish it were that easy. We tried to use bombs in our plougshears program.... They kept running into one big problem....massive radiation. I am afraid that by allowing tepco and the Japanese government to guide this ship of fools for the last 2 1/2 years we have let any chance for a somewhat not so horrible ending slip away. All the emperors horses and all the emperors men can never put this humpty dumpty back together again. We have hit a cosmic trifecta....earthquake....tsunami and human stupidity and I am afraid we have only begun to reap our reward. Anyone in the northern hemisphere that thinks this is only a Japanese problem is in for a big surprise. The truth is that Fukushima is a big scat sandwich and we are all going to have to take a big bite....the only question now is the individual serving portion. Keep thinking though Otto but I think it's check and mate at least for a large portion of the world.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (5) Sep 14, 2013
I wish it were that easy
And what makes you think you know enough to make that assessment? An engineer specialist would answer that the problem would have to be studied first.
massive radiation
Well what do you think the site is full of right now? If you knew anything about the subject you would know about the gnome shot. That cavity was accessible within 6 months. It proved that habitable cavities could be created underground with nukes.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (5) Sep 14, 2013
Here's testament that not all German engineers are rabid fear-mongers:

"Germany at one time considered manufacturing nuclear explosives for civil engineering purposes. In the early 1970s a feasibility study was conducted for a project to build a canal from the Mediterranean Sea to the Qattara Depression in the Western Desert of Egypt using nuclear demolition. This project proposed to use 213 devices, with yields of 1 to 1.5 megatons detonated at depths of 100 to 500 m, to build this canal for the purpose of producing hydroelectric power."
randallnix
1 / 5 (8) Sep 15, 2013
Whatever Otto.....I know enough to know that we are all pretty much screwed.
Lurker2358
1 / 5 (6) Sep 15, 2013
Here's testament that not all German engineers are rabid fear-mongers:

"Germany at one time considered manufacturing nuclear explosives for civil engineering purposes. In the early 1970s a feasibility study was conducted for a project to build a canal from the Mediterranean Sea to the Qattara Depression in the Western Desert of Egypt using nuclear demolition. This project proposed to use 213 devices, with yields of 1 to 1.5 megatons detonated at depths of 100 to 500 m, to build this canal for the purpose of producing hydroelectric power."


Perfect plan.

Let's destroy the environment in an effort to save it. Excellent plan.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (6) Sep 15, 2013
Here's testament that not all German engineers are rabid fear-mongers:

"Germany at one time considered manufacturing nuclear explosives for civil engineering purposes. In the early 1970s a feasibility study was conducted for a project to build a canal from the Mediterranean Sea to the Qattara Depression in the Western Desert of Egypt using nuclear demolition. This project proposed to use 213 devices, with yields of 1 to 1.5 megatons detonated at depths of 100 to 500 m, to build this canal for the purpose of producing hydroelectric power."


Perfect plan.

Let's destroy the environment in an effort to save it. Excellent plan.
Its a desert Lrrkrr. You didnt complain when they dug the suez did you?
Wolf358
5 / 5 (1) Sep 15, 2013
_Comfortable_ Civilization with 8 billion people+ is not going to be sustainable without extremely high-density power (like nuclear) unless power is decentralized (large scale wind power and solar on all roofs by law). No _engineering_ issues have to be solved to begin that process; only "political" and "economic".
obama_socks
1 / 5 (10) Sep 15, 2013
@randallnix

I read about a "dry ice vacuum cleaner" in JapanToday several months ago, but the article is no longer available, it seems.
The vacuum cleaner concept using dry ice to pick up radiation particles as the dry ice melted and then vacuumed seemed like a good idea.
But it does nothing for the melted core which is a problem in itself. I wondered if it would be possible to cool down the rods, etc. with dry ice instead of cold water. I would assume that a very large container of dry ice would have to be built that would be connected to a dry ice processing plant to replenish the dry ice once it had melted and then reintroduce the finished product back into the container. The container would need to be large enough to hover over the rods to cool them.
I don't have a plan worked out or a design for such a container and the dry ice production plant. I don't even know if it would work. I just happen to think that dry ice will keep everything cold. Otherwise a complete meltdown.
BAKOON
2.3 / 5 (6) Sep 15, 2013
Dry ice being that cold doesn't matter. Water is better at cooling the rods because of its capacity for heat.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (9) Sep 15, 2013
Did you bother to read this?
"The steam appeared as TEPCO found more evidence that RADIOACTIVE WASTE WATER at the plant was contaminating groundwater that is on its way to the sea.
Thousands of tonnes of water were poured on the reactors to tame the meltdowns sparked by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. TEPCO says their temperature is now stable but they need to be kept cool to prevent them running out of control again"

To be kept cool is why I suggested dry ice. The dry ice will not need to be right in with the rods, but just above to cool them. And there will be no contamination of the dry ice as it melts and is recycled to be refrozen and come back as dry ice again.

What part of that do you disagree with? Do you think it's best for radioactive waste water to contaminate ground water?
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (5) Sep 16, 2013
Ahaaahaaaa pussytard the ENGINEER wants to replace 1000s of tons of water with 1000s of tons of frozen CO2. Only an engineer could grasp how stupid this is. Or a third grader.

Where does all the energy come from to freeze all that gas pussytard? Why would you think the energy differential between water and frozen CO2 would make a difference? How do you get all that solid stuff down through the rubble and in contact with the melted cores? How could you possibly collect all that freshly-warmed and gaseous CO2 to recycle it?

You're no engineer and far too dim to realize that you cannot pretend to be one on a site full of them. Why try?
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (5) Sep 16, 2013
And the $64000 question that any engineer would laugh in your face if you asked him: how would any cooling medium cool something by sitting ABOVE it??

You may be thinking about the icepack you put on your head every morning to cool the fires from the vodka meltdown you have every night. But this only works because it is in contact with your head.

Try something - raise that icepack a few inches higher. Doesn't work anymore does it? And no, experiments like this will not make you an engineer either. NOTHING will make you an engineer.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (9) Sep 21, 2013
And YOUR solution to the problem is?

Oh wait...maybe you DO believe that it's best for radioactive waste water to contaminate ground water by first using that water to cool the rods and then letting it trickle down on its way out to the ocean.

Obviously, Theghostofotto1923 has no solution of its own to the problem, so it has to make up all kinds of shit about me, all because Blotto hates to see my comments in Physorg.

This emboldens Blotto to attack others also as it has done in the past and will as long as it remains in this website.
Many commenters are saying that Theghostofotto1923 might very well have a relationship with a Physorg administrator or moderator...which is why the name of Theghostofotto1923 still has not been banned in spite of egregious infractions of Physorg Terms of Service.

Notice the childish and churlish behavior that Theghostofotto1923 displays in the form of a comment? This is proof that Theghostofotto1923 is really quite insane.

obama_socks
1 / 5 (9) Sep 22, 2013
Phys.Org Terms of Use

"You agree to use Phys.org only for lawful purposes, and in a way that does not infringe the rights of, restrict or inhibit anyone else's use and enjoyment of Phys.org. Prohibited behavior includes harassing or causing distress or inconvenience to any person, transmitting obscene or offensive content or disrupting the normal flow of dialogue within Phys.org."

Sadly for Theghostofotto1923 and its sockpuppets (aka Blotto), Blotto apparently believes itself to be above reproach, and therefore need not comply with the Phys.org Terms of Use involving
"harassment, causing distress or inconvenience to any person, transmitting offensive content, or disrupting the normal flow of dialogue within Phys.org".
BAKOON
1 / 5 (4) Sep 22, 2013
Forward this idiot's rant to all of physorg's sponsors and maybe they'll ban him!
Their self-condemnation will prove their undoing when they die and each one's Soul is forced to remain in the body and can FEEL the agonies of being part of a rotting corpse.

The Soul of an evil person will feel all the pains of a hellish existence as it is placed in the ground in darkness that is blacker than night. It has time for reflection of its evil ways and evil thoughts, words and deeds that it had while it lived.

The evil person's Soul doesn't experience the FIRES of hell immediately. No, it has to wait a very long time until the Sun goes supernova and envelopes and draws the Earth into it.
When this happens, all evil Souls, including demons, will burn for eternity.
I say it again what it I believe to be true in spite of what preachers say.
-Obama_socks, Insane Evil Idiot

Read more at: http://phys.org/n...html#jCp
BAKOON
1 / 5 (4) Sep 22, 2013
Well, that seems to be one of the main problems within the Black community. The culture is damaging to kids who just want to get a good education and make something of themselves when they graduate. Their lack of discipline shows up every time from both school and home. Discipline is key to success in America...and it is the Black community who will pay with the lives and futures of their children.
-Obama_socks, Insane Racist Idiot

Read more at: http://phys.org/n...html#jCp

We will all be 6 feet under by or before 2113. But if you really don't like my suggestion for a new kind of spaceship, I will not draw up the design and work out the plans for it to be built in the future before the Sun explodes.
-Obama_socks, Mentally Ill Baby Idiot

Read more at: http://phys.org/n...html#jCp
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 22, 2013
And the Phys.org sponsors will see nothing wrong with my religious comment, since the topic of the thread was based on religious women. Thanks for including the link so that the sponsors can read the whole thread and understand that there is nothing wrong with stating my RELIGIOUS beliefs in that particular thread.

BAKOON aka Theghostofotto1923 = DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER
BAKOON
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 22, 2013
But I thought you said you were non-religious? Make up your mind idiot.

Any decent human would be offended by your monstrous statements. You would make Hitler blush.

My Kenyan psychologist friend has PROVEN that Obama_socks suffers from MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER, is DANGEROUS, and also posts from a mental hospital.

It is THE DUTY of the moderators of PHYS.org to report him to his nurse so his internet privileges will be permanently revoked.
BAKOON
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 22, 2013
Too busy voting on your sockpuppet Kiwini to respond? Loser! ROFLCOPTER
TheGhostofOtto1923
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 22, 2013
and your solution is
I propose we dump 1000s of tons of frozen monkey turds onto them. Not in contact mind you but hovering just above so as to keep the smell down. What do you think?

You may not realize it but this suggestion is equivalent to yours and equally funny. You fucking moron.

And sorry I am not bakoon as I like to sleep at night. Most people here think you're a fucking moron. The rest are noobs.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 22, 2013
Yes I am in cahoots with physorg admins. I guess we are not as clever as we thought. We will be issuing new restrictions however.

"Physorg Terms of Use (addendum)

Any posters found to be posting as involuntary residents of insane asylums will be banned for their own good and the comfort of the physorg community."

-Sorry pussytard youll have to go back to playing with yourself in a corner. Not much difference with what you do here, is there?
obama_socks
1 / 5 (9) Sep 22, 2013
TheGhostofotto1923 / BAKOON plus other sockpuppets = DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER, including DELUSIONAL OBSESSIONS and PARANOIA

See my Profile Page for Theghostofotto1923's sockpuppet User Names

On topic: The "dry ice" idea will work to keep the rods from melting.
Water to cool the rods has already been proven to contaminate the groundwater below the reactor and that much water cannot be stored indefinitely as it is used and then discarded as radioactive waste.water. Even if recycled, it is still highly radioactive. I will submit my idea to the proper authorities and let them decide whether or not the dry ice processing plant is feasible.
BAKOON
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 22, 2013
I'm sorry you are too dumb to understand why dry ice would not work. I tried explaining it, but your diseased mind just can't handle it. Maybe ask your nurse for more thorazine?

If you were smart you wouldn't have posted this.
Cells that God created would have had neurons
Read more at: http://phys.org/n...html#jCp

My Kenyan psychologist friend has PROVEN that at least three of Obama_socks personalities are NEO-NAZI SKINHEADS. He is also positive that Obama_socks lives in a hospital for the CRIMINALLY INSANE and has most likely committed heinous crimes against children and the elderly. I have several friends who work at physorg that are triangulating his IP address. When we find it, we will make sure his internet privileges are permanently revoked.

In the mean time, report his idiotic posts to physorg and its sponsors. Hit them in the wallet!
TheGhostofOtto1923
2 / 5 (4) Sep 22, 2013
Water to cool the rods has already been proven to contaminate the groundwater below the reactor and that much water cannot be stored indefinitely as it is used and then discarded as radioactive waste.water
"...and so lets try something completely idiotic." -says the idiot who thinks people might still believe shes an engineer after reading this.
I will submit my idea to the proper authorities
Maybe you should start by running it by your keepers first so they can adjust your medication. And wipe the spittle off your chin for you.
See my Profile Page for Theghostofotto1923's sockpuppet User Names
I think you forgot some. Try these
http://www.whitep...0york-ny
TheGhostofOtto1923
2 / 5 (4) Sep 22, 2013
Water to cool the rods has already been proven to contaminate the groundwater below the reactor and that much water cannot be stored indefinitely as it is used and then discarded as radioactive waste.water
-which is why I suggested frozen monkey turds pussytard. Monkey turds are easier to freeze than CO2 and as you are aware they are carbon neutral.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 22, 2013
Theghostofpussytard1923 has forgotten to take its meds again...thus the comments about monkey turds which Theghostofpussytard1923 evidently eats with gusto.
BTW pussytard, how is your mama's pussy these days? It must stink by now as it did before, aye?
I hear that she eats monkey turds too.
Typical filthy Nazi whore, isn't she. harharhar

@everyone else who is not associated with TheGhostofpussytard1923 aka BAKOON...I am not going to provide Theghostofotto1923 with my plans that I have designed for the Fukushima problem, so Blotto can continue to scratch its ass looking for ways to keep me from helping the Japanese situation.
Of course, Blotto may be hoping for an "end of humanity" scenario. Sure, the Pacific Ocean is big and deep, but when lots of fish and other sea life turn up dead or dying, Blotto can feel proud while waiting for all living things to SLOWLY become highly radioactive.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 22, 2013
Water to cool the rods has already been proven to contaminate the groundwater below the reactor and that much water cannot be stored indefinitely as it is used and then discarded as radioactive waste.water
"...and so lets try something completely idiotic." -says the idiot who thinks people might still believe shes an engineer after reading this.
I will submit my idea to the proper authorities
Maybe you should start by running it by your keepers first so they can adjust your medication. And wipe the spittle off your chin for you.
See my Profile Page for Theghostofotto1923's sockpuppet User Names
I think you forgot some. Try these
http://www.whitep...0york-ny
-Theghostofpussytard1923

So you have a link for the New York, New York White Pages.

Now go take your meds, Blotto.

And always remember that a filthy Nazi like yourself makes a good diseased pussy licker, isn't that right, Blotto?
Oh, one more thing, is BAKOON your boyfriend?
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (3) Sep 22, 2013
Also don't forget to tell the authorities about your amazing discovery that the solar system is just large enough to hold the sun and all the planets. And do remind them that you ARE an engineer ok? Everybody needs a good laugh. Bwahaaahaaaahaaaaaa.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 22, 2013
LOL yeah that was funny. I was laughing as I typed it just for you, Blotto. I knew that you would take it out of context because your mind is so warped, and sure enough...you did what we all knew you would do...true to form. Bwahaaahaaaahaaaaaa

Oh BTW...this and other threads are making the rounds in many other science websites so that millions of other people will know all about you and how Phys.org will never kick you out of their website no matter how many of their Terms of Use you violate.

The people on the Phys.org staff loves ya, doncha know? lololol
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 22, 2013
Oh, one more thing, Blotto...is BAKOON your boyfriend?
You say that BAKOON isn't one of your sockpuppets. That means that BAKOON must be your sucksuck lover boy. We all know that you don't want sex with a woman since you have already said in one of the threads that "fish is a metaphor for womanly smells", now you MUST remember saying that. It was only a few months ago that you made that famous statement so don't try to deny it.

Bwahaaahaaaahaaaaaa
BAKOON
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 22, 2013
Famous Statement? You mean this?
Well, that seems to be one of the main problems within the Black community. The culture is damaging to kids who just want to get a good education and make something of themselves when they graduate. Their lack of discipline shows up every time from both school and home. Discipline is key to success in America...and it is the Black community who will pay with the lives and futures of their children.
-Obama_socks, Insane Racist Idiot

Read more at: http://phys.org/n...html#jCp

My Kenyan psychologist friend has PROVEN that at least three of Obama_socks personalities are NEO-NAZI SKINHEADS. He is also positive that Obama_socks lives in a hospital for the CRIMINALLY INSANE and has most likely committed heinous crimes against children and the elderly. I have several friends who work at physorg that are triangulating his IP address. When we find it, we will make sure his internet privileges are permanently revoked.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 23, 2013
"Well, that seems to be one of the main problems within the Black community. The culture is damaging to kids who just want to get a good education and make something of themselves when they graduate. Their lack of discipline shows up every time from both school and home. Discipline is key to success in America...and it is the Black community who will pay with the lives and futures of their children."

Ah yessss...one of my more brilliant comments regarding many aspects of the Black culture that is damaging to Black kids who are hoping to get a fine education and can't get it because they are held back by the RACIST Liberal/Progressives who dominate the public education system.

Peer pressure in the classroom is also damaging, which is also a symptom of the absence of self-discipline which should be taught in the home. Isn't that right, BABOON?

LOL..BABOON, um, er...I mean Bakoon is a pretend Black man...a White dude pretending to be Black to make White folks feel guilty.
obama_socks
1 / 5 (8) Sep 23, 2013
ON TOPIC now

Since water can no longer be used to cool the rods in the Fukushima nuclear reactor due to the water being contaminated (radioactive) and then seeping into the groundwater and out to the Pacific Ocean, the only other alternative is the use of "dry ice" (frozen CO2) of which AGWites claim that there is an abundance of the gas. The temporary storage of the radioactive water does not get rid of the problem and eventually, the storage containers may leak.

Despite TheGhostofotto1923 and his lover boy, BAKOON attempting to sideswipe my efforts to "save the world", as it were, from a "China Syndrome" type complete meltdown/explosion, I will design my structure and submit it through proper channels, with the futures of my children in mind at all times. The fact that a bungling know-nothing like Theghostofotto1923 (Filthy Nazi) can take up space on this Earth that should be for another worthwhile individual, is besides the point. Many billions of good people don't deserve to die.
BAKOON
1.8 / 5 (5) Sep 23, 2013
Save the world, eh? You are diseased idiot-shit.
We will all be 6 feet under by or before 2113. But if you really don't like my suggestion for a new kind of spaceship, I will not draw up the design and work out the plans for it to be built in the future before the Sun explodes.


Read more at: http://phys.org/n...html#jCp

This is not the first time you've had delusions of grandeur because you are MENTALLY ILL. My friends at physorg will find your IP and your mental hospital, pussytard.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (3) Sep 23, 2013
Oh, one more thing, Blotto...is BAKOON your boyfriend?
You say that BAKOON isn't one of your sockpuppets. That means that BAKOON must be your sucksuck lover boy. We all know that you don't want sex with a woman since you have already said in one of the threads that "fish is a metaphor for womanly smells", now you MUST remember saying that. It was only a few months ago that you made that famous statement so don't try to deny it.

Bwahaaahaaaahaaaaaa
Hey bakoon this person is a $250k/yr aerospace engineer whom their company flys to Berlin to represent them. I can imagine German execs learn to ignore all the duhs and nose picking and Nazi references.