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Survive Nuclear Fallout

Survive Nuclear Fallout

As Japan struggles to save its nuclear power plants, now is the time to consider how you would survive a nuclear fallout.
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from tom343 3/22/2011 at 11:46am

I think at this date, we should note:
1- Damage shown is not due to the nuclear plants, damage is from the tsunami and quake and was done to the plants.
2- At this date the Japanese engineers seem to be getting the upper hand. If this place is ever right, it testifies to its durability. Can anyone here imagine a world where all edifices designed to house people had to be designed to 9.0 Richter strength?
3- Americans have always been a people who look out for one another. Isn't this piece a kind of 'look out for yourself' piece?

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from Smitty 3/18/2011 at 10:27am

Great post! I heard today that this incident has been upgraded to a Level 5 and that many feel it should be a Level 6. I just hope the winds remain offshore or the fallout potential for people in Tokyo could be devastating.

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from Smitty 3/18/2011 at 10:27am

Great post! I heard today that this incident has been upgraded to a Level 5 and that many feel it should be a Level 6. I just hope the winds remain offshore or the fallout potential for people in Tokyo could be devastating.

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from tom343 3/22/2011 at 11:46am

I think at this date, we should note:
1- Damage shown is not due to the nuclear plants, damage is from the tsunami and quake and was done to the plants.
2- At this date the Japanese engineers seem to be getting the upper hand. If this place is ever right, it testifies to its durability. Can anyone here imagine a world where all edifices designed to house people had to be designed to 9.0 Richter strength?
3- Americans have always been a people who look out for one another. Isn't this piece a kind of 'look out for yourself' piece?

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