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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    I think there were workers in the basements working on the electrical connections and there was no flooding at that point (maybe within couple weeks). Then one day ( i cant remember the exact date), they found some water about 30 cm deep, and two or three workers got irradiated through their...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    You are a new poster here and i understand you havent gone over the thousands of posts. All the things you mention were discussed here a while ago and debunked basically. Reactor 3: The big blast is not directly related to the destruction of the top parts of the reactor, there were images...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    I triangulated the camera location for the explosions to be around 3-4 miles SW (~53 degrees) of building 4 (or ~58 degrees of building 5). I calculated the building angles with respect to the camera using the relative widths of the projections of the south and west walls on the image compared...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    There is slightly more to that BBC image, their video is clipped a bit from the original.
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    That's not what I mean. There are large pieces thrown up a long way up but they might be the large sections of the trusses above the SFP that are missing, which I would expect to be much lighter than FHM. It's about the mass really. I find it more plausible that the FHM got blasted sideways in...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    I've been following this thread since the beginning. I've seen all the analysis. The thing looks greenish but it might just be because it's in the shadow. I think it falls somewhere farther than the building anyway. The mushroom cloud is as wide as the building at this point and the object goes...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    I seriously doubt that the FHM can go ballistic like that. It's a slim and heavy structure that can not provide enough resistance to the expanding gases which would would just flow around it. It's like putting something inside a cannon which does not fit snugly, not enough momentum will be...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    I want to clarify something with the IR images, although some might seem to show ground activity, that's mostly due to the variation in the measured temperature range, when the same color spectrum is used (rainbow in this case). So in one picture, green might correspond to 15deg, but in another...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    I think it's the crane inside.
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    This is the image after explosion #3 before #4. I dont think we have an explosion video for #4. #4 had fresh fuel in SFP. https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=3197547&postcount=539...
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    Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants

    We've been over this here, there are images after explosion at unit 3 which shows no damage on unit 4.
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    Japan nuclear crisis

    Back to the original topic, anybody have ideas on how the radioactive material would spread, possible to US, in the worst case scenario?
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    Is it too ammbitious for four freshmen to do this?

    Yes it is. There are many safety issues that has to be addressed and it would cost a lot to build something that actually does something more than a crt tube. I think my main issue is it's not "cool" to build this stuff,it's stupid and pointless (my opinion, i'm not calling you those). So don't...
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