Selasa, 15 Mac 2011
INI lihat KOMENTAR YANG JUJUR
MELETUP LAGI - TIPU MASIH MENIPU
saudagar loji ini mula mula kata:
kemudian kata under control
kemudian kata panas tapi under control
tuan saudagar minta warga sepuluh kilo meter pindah
warga 25 kilometer pindah
warga seluruh wilayah pindah
meletup lagi satu
tuan saudagar kata yang lain uder control
kemudian kata sedang diusahakan
kemudian kata sedang di bunuh air laut
bam! meletup satu lagi
tuan saudagatr kata
ini bukan macam chernobyl
belajar dari semua ini
kata dari saudagar tuan empunya loji
dan juru cakap kerajaan tidak boeh dipercayai
lihat kenyataan kedutaan peranchis
radioaktif akan sampai ke tokyo
dalam masa 10 jam !!!
FUKUSHIMA, Japan (Reuters) – Japan's prime minister said on Tuesday that radioactive levels had become high around an earthquake-stricken nuclear power plant after an explosion there, and there was a risk of radiation leaking into the atmosphere.
Naoto Kan urged people within 30 km (18 miles) of the facility north of Tokyo to remain indoors and the French embassy in the capital warned in an advisory that a low level of radioactive wind could reach Tokyo within 10 hours.
Tuesday's explosion was the third at the plant since it was damaged in last Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami.
Whilst the Fukuskima plant's No.1 and No.3 reactors both suffered partial fuel rod meltdowns, operator Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) had earlier said the No. 2 reactor was now the biggest concern.
A sudden drop in cooling water levels when a pump ran out of fuel had fully exposed the fuel rods for a time, an official said. This could lead to the rods melting down and a possible radioactive leak.
TEPCO had resumed pumping sea water into the reactor early on Tuesday.
"This is nothing like a Chernobyl," Murray Jennex, a nuclear expert at San Diego State University, said earlier. "At Chernobyl you had no containment structure -- when it blew, it blew everything straight out into the atmosphere."
An explosion at the Soviet Chernobyl plant sent radioactive fallout across northern Europe.