If this follows the past the the 'ones who made errors' will get a raise in the chain of command and a big fat bonus to go along with it while the ones left out in the danger-zone will end up getting medical care taken away if the event can be classified as something that just happens to slip through a loop-hole. My question would be if they were intentionally lying back then then how do the Citizens make sure they are getting accurate information. Some of the elderly may decide to stay as old age would still take them faster than the long term effects of breathing in radiation. IAEA will not put out any repoerts that damage the niclear industry, that was established by the Chernobyl Report they did
NISA doubles early fallout estimate | The Japan Times Online (external - login to view)
NISA on Monday more than doubled its estimate of the radioactive material ejected into the air in the early days of the Fukushima nuclear crisis to 770,000 terabecquerels.
The nuclear safety agency also issued its own assessment of the cores in reactors 1, 2 and 3 at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, assuming that all of them melted, and said it was possible the meltdowns in units 1 and 2 happened faster than the time frame estimated by Tokyo Electric Power Co.
If the sealife on the West Coast starts jumping into the nets are they trying to commit suicide?
The only thing that got blown was a lie.
Last edited by MHz; Jun 6th, 2011 at 08:40 PM..