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#1 Mar 26, 2011
Tsunami hydraulic sausages are good for the world! A company in Scotland UK at present manufactures 100 metre lengths of closed cylindrical steel tubes, that when fixed together using hydraulic arm mechanisms,. can produce substantial amount s of electricity! Note; if these long closed steel cylinders are linked together around a substantial area of Japan coast at approx 1 kilometre from the coastal shore line then if the tube diameter is 3-6 metres, it will then be enough to remove the energy from a Tsunami earthquake tidal surge!
This seems like a sensible practical solution in respect of solving unpredictable Tsunami tidal surges around the coast of Japan and also produce a vast amount of electrical energy for the people of Japan!
Note; also the reactors and storage ponds of nuclear power stations should have high strong buttress walls 30 metres high all the way around the power stations perimeters ! this will protect the prevailing winds carrying heavy nuclear particles away from the power station site! And reactors should have graphite and bi-carbonte soda added to the concrete, in order to arrest a melt down scenario! And also a casam directly under the reactor which contains 100s of tonnes of graphite and bi-carbonate soda, this would then arrest a n exposed melt down and moderate neutron emission and transfer heat by induction to ceramic inlaid pipes leading to beneath the sea!
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