* Posts by llamazj

5 posts • joined 15 Mar 2011

Fukushima on Thursday: Prospects starting to look good


Rotten journalism

What kind of rotten journalism is this? Simply taking the current best case scenario and presenting it as fact is not journalism but bullshit. I hope you did at least some background research this time, and your Australian professor does not turn out to be a professor from a field of expertise that has nothing to do with nuclear science whatsoever again, like your MIT guy.

Fukushima situation as of Wednesday


It seems the author is in the first stage of mourning.

Nuclear Energy is dying and the author is in the first stage of mourning: Denial.

"No, no cause for alarm people, it is not dead, you'll see, everything will turn out right . The sun will shine the birds will sing, and tomorrow we will all have a good laugh about it all, won't we."

You can read it all up on the internet: "The first reaction to learning of terminal illness or death of a cherished loved one is to deny the reality of the situation. It is a normal reaction to rationalize overwhelming emotions. It is a defense mechanism that buffers the immediate shock. We block out the words and hide from the facts. This is a temporary response that carries us through the first wave of pain."

So don't be alarmed, you see it is perfectly natural what you are feeling.

Next you will become angry when things get worse, you will tell us that the situation could have been safed, that it was only the circumstances, the inability of the people there.

Then you will start bargaining: Fukushima is only an isolated incident, has nothing todo with the situation anywhere else, there are no Tsunamis in Wyoming.

Then after a short period of depression you will start to accept the facts. You can read it all up. When you are on wikipedia next time to prepare your next article.

Fukushima update: No chance cooling fuel can breach vessels


Could someone please pull this garbage from the website?

Japanese officials report that at least one of the "no chance the vessels breach" vessels already has breached and is releasing radioactive steam, radiation levels are rising, latest reports indicate rising amounts of jodium and caesium in tap water in the Fukushima area. This article is an insult to the workers risking their lives in Fukushima and to all residents already affected.


Reality check.

A new fire has broken out in reactor 4, the US Institute for Science and International Security rates the incident INES 6 with potential for INES 7 - however they are still sorting out if someone has a daddy that used to work in a german power plant - like the MIT nuclear economy wikipedia scientist guy you were mentioning in your article. So it might turn out they lack the necessary expertise for such an assumption.


"Nuclear Scientists at MIT" my ass.

According to "Nuclear Scientists at MIT" my ass. This MIT guy is not a nuclear scientist. His only connection to Nuclear science is his daddy who has worked some time at a nuclear power station. He is a Dr. alright, but not in nuclear science. Take a look at his publications and you will notice his previous work is in the field of management and economy.

Getting a hobby wikipedia scientist like yourself to backup your idiotic statements doesn't make them fit for reality.

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