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    Re: Japan nuclear crisis on same level as Chernobyl:

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    Not sure if it was THIS article, but did you catch the part that they KNEW these things had melted down by day 2?? That's right, 2 days they've known this article to be factual and waited 2 months to make it public?

    Oh and Dr Busby, a chemical / nuclear physicist, has come out over the past few days and pointed out that the explosions that were caught on tape of the reactors WERE NOT hydrogren explosions BUT BECAUSE of the chemicals and isotopes released, it's now been CONFIRMED that those were nuclear explosions. NOT hydrogen... which in reactor 3 was my first suspicion, though I lacked any expertise to make the claim.

    Simply could not have been nuclear explosions. There's simply no way to concentrate the purified isotopes to the level of prompt criticality when the damn core is melting and mixing.

    Just.

    Can't.

    Happen.

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    Re: Japan nuclear crisis on same level as Chernobyl:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mayor Snorkum View Post
    Simply could not have been nuclear explosions. There's simply no way to concentrate the purified isotopes to the level of prompt criticality when the damn core is melting and mixing.

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    That's not the part that was said to have exploded... but what he measured was the isotopes released or whatever (I'm not sure the process, just repeating) and concluded that it WAS a nuclear explosion, most likely from the MOX fuel that was stored above the actual reactor....

    I linked the video of the report... post #40



    This was the one specifically he said was the nuclear explosion... I'm no expert, but to me, my first reaction to watching that was that this was not simply a hydrogen explosion (those towers were 1000 ft tall). Though I definitely lack the expertise to make that kind of assertion.

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