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Probably crossing their fingers for a nice fat wave to come and wash the problem to the bottom of the Pacific.

More likely wash a shit load of radioactive water in land!

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TEPCO says there is no damage to the Fukushima reactors.

How can they tell, they can't even get in the place???

The moon could fall from the sky, plagues and pestilence ravage the earth, rain beat down non-stop for 1000 days but... TEPCO would confirm that there is no damage to the Fukushima reactors.

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NHK reporting that a nuclear plant in Miyagi has lost two out of three external power lines.

Apparently workers at plants have been evacuated to safe places (seismic buildings?) so, yes, I don't think anyone is able to say if there is damage or not at this point.

The height of the tsunami is rather irrelevant if they keep emergency stuff in the basement or a beach hut, as at Fukushima.

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It started arriving at 4pm our time ...1 metre or much less reported ...well within sea defences tsunami alert lifted

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The height of the tsunami is rather irrelevant if they keep emergency stuff in the basement or a beach hut, as at Fukushima.

Not that irrelevant as all the irradiated water they'd been chucking in the sea with gay abandon is now going to come back to land ( :rolleyes: ) - and the height of the tsunami will determine just how far inland it will come.

Needless to say, it's all perfectly safe and there's nothing whatsoever to worry about.

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well I'm awaiting Northcliffe media's take on this latest "apocalypse" So far, they have been a fookin disgrace in glorifying the problems Japan faces

I think apocalypses have reached the boredom threshold. There's more news about Sunderland than Japan.

By the way, the spent fuel rods Rokkasho reprocessing is running on emergency power supply as well as the plant in Miyagi. Hope they've got plenty of diesel up there.

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Sh*t, Fu** it. I bought a geiger counter last week. It's on its way from Ukraine and should be here on monday. My wife ask me why would I pay 100 quid for something that is normally worth 25. I said I am not worry about air pollution that much. She then asked me why am I panicking and I said.... Sainsbury's, Tesco, ASDA....

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