As usual, you are full of shit.
ewe said the same thing the last couple times I posted the truth about it months back, and the facts proved ewe wrong then and still do
Either ewe just Hate admitting ewe're wrong, or are a purposeful liar, or both
Earthquake Caused Japan Nuke Crisis, Not Tsunami -Japan Times
December 2011 http://news.yahoo.com/earthquake-caused-japan...
It wasn't the tsunami that caused the nuclear crisis at Fukushima No. 1 in March. According to The Japan Times' translation of an article in the December issue Sentaku Magazine, evidence is mounting the meltdown was caused by the earthquake and by the use of a U.S.-made reactor that was unable to withstand such an event.
'Fukushima reactor meltdown was a man-made disaster, says official Parliament report'
Japanese investigators say tsunami wasn't sole cause of nuclear accident and criticise collusion and poor regulation
July 2012 http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2012/j...
The Independent has spoken to several workers at the plant who recite the same story: serious damage, to piping and at least one of the reactors, occurred before the tsunami hit. All have requested anonymity because they are still working at or connected with the stricken plant. One worker, a maintenance engineer who was at the Fukushima complex on the day of the disaster, recalls hissing, leaking pipes.
The reactor walls are quite fragile, he notes: "If the walls are too rigid, they can crack under the slightest pressure from inside so they have to be breakable because if the pressure is kept inside... it can damage the equipment inside so it needs to be allowed to escape. It's designed to give during a crisis, if not it could be worse – that might be shocking to others, but to us it's common sense."
I personally saw pipes that had come apart and I assume that there were many more that had been broken throughout the plant. There’s no doubt that the earthquake did a lot of damage inside the plant… I also saw that part of the wall of the turbine building for reactor one had come away. That crack might have affected the reactor.
Those are the words of a Fukushima maintenance worker who requested anonymity when he told his story to reporters for Great Britain’s Independent last August. That worker recalled hissing, leaking pipes in the immediate aftermath of the quake.
Another TEPCO employee, a Fukushima technician, also spoke to the Independent:
It felt like the earthquake hit in two waves, the first impact was so intense you could see the building shaking, the pipes buckling, and within minutes I saw pipes bursting. Some fell off the wall…
Someone yelled that we all needed to evacuate. But I was severely alarmed because as I was leaving I was told and I could see that several pipes had cracked open, including what I believe were cold water supply pipes. That would mean that coolant couldn’t get to the reactor core. If you can’t sufficiently get the coolant to the core, it melts down. You don’t have to have to be a nuclear scientist to figure that out.