Friday, March 18, 2011

Japanese state considers Chernobyl-style solution for one plant

Being reported from Tokyo, Japan, is that government engineers are seriously considering burying a crippled nuclear plant in sand and concrete as a last-ditch effort to prevent a radiation cataclysm. This is the self-same method used to end the Chernobyl crisis in 1986.

However, there are hopes to being able to save the other two reactors by Saturday. The goal is to restart water pumps necessary to cool overheating nuclear fuel roads.

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