No threat from Japanese radiation spr...

No threat from Japanese radiation spread across U.S.

There are 1 comment on the 2NEWS.TV story from Mar 28, 2011, titled No threat from Japanese radiation spread across U.S.. In it, 2NEWS.TV reports that:

Traces of radioactive material from the endangered Japanese nuclear plant are being detected from coast to coast in the United States and in Iceland, but amounts continue to be far below levels that would cause health problems.

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interested person

Plymouth, UK

#1 Apr 4, 2011
Its beyond belief how complacent the authorities and ownners of the disasterous nuclear plant located in Japan, actually are! and even to the point of absolute insanity! how nuclear physic's experts have just sat back and pontificated upon the entire process! ie pouring sea water on a reactor in order to quell the fission process! they know full well they should have used tonnes of graphite and tonnes bicarbonate soda in order keep oxygen at bay 'from the placed graphite'! ie, on the open reactors, graphite conducts heat away and will not melt until it gets to 3,000 degrees C note bi-carb melts at 70 degrees C and produces water and masses of carbon dioxide which prevents or lessens the risk of explosion! its seems as though niethet of these twoo substaces were available and I doubt if they are avaiable at any other nuclear facilities either especially in the vast tonage necessary! please President Obama Sir can you use your infuence in this matter! the radiation will definetely spread all around the world in dangerous quantities and well the scientist's know it!

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