https://www.facebook.com/groups/628659907172309/ Dante explains how to cope When hope’s always answered by “nope”: “In the Panic Room, It’s safe to assume Ye who enter abandon all hope.” == The T-101 came on track For a hasta la vista attack; He found out instead That he liked what he read, And on leaving, he said “I’ll be back.” == “Panic Room knows that we’re screwed,” Said Einstein, “so we must conclude, Though things couldn’t be worse, Infinity’s perverse, And makes everything relative, dude.” == “The Panic Room cuts like a knife To the marrow of all the world’s strife”; Then, empty of mind, The Buddha opined, “It’s suffering, but then, that’s life.”
The fuel removal at Unit 4 is said to be the toughest and most dangerous operation for TEPCO; one wrong move could result in horrific quantities of radiation being released into the atmosphere or cause an explosion many times worse than the original disaster. http://rt.com/news/fukushima-tepco-us-aid-139/
If TEPCO makes one wrong move, You’ll abruptly discover that you’ve Got big pickup sticks With MOX in the mix Of a mess which you won’t watch improve.
Kathy Cassandra says:
So there you have it – to save the planet from global warming we need to end
industrial civ and precipitate the inevitable dieoff. But to end industrial civ
means a world flooded with radiation on top of the peak oil die off.
Prime Minister Abe
said: “Some may have concerns about Fukushima. Let me assure you the situation
is under control. It has never done and will never do any damage to Tokyo. It
poses no problem whatsoever. There are no health related problems until now,
nor will there be in the future. I make the statement to you in the most
emphatic and unequivocal way.”