Saturday, June 18, 2011

TEPCO to wrap PVC plastic sheets around "Reactors"

Compare this below to the all out warfare staged at Chernobyl.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO), the operator of the troubled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant, unveiled on June 14 the outline of its plan to construct shelters to cover its radiation-leaking nuclear reactor buildings.

The shelters, each measuring approximately 47 meters wide, 42 meters long and 54 meters tall, consist of iron frames and (PVC) vinyl chloride-coated polyester resin walls. The utility is planning to start putting up shelters on June 27 around its No. 1, 3 and 4 reactor buildings that were severely damaged in hydrogen explosions following the March 11 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami.


  1. Bet they'll wrap it in plastic with a pretty pastoral scene printed on it.

    There!  All fixed!  Good as new!  ...Look, the iPad 3!

  2. Nothing to see here, move along.....heck even the Soylent Green with have cesium.

  3. Pathetic. Insane. And if you were their PR company, why would you even let this out to the press? Makes them look even more incompetent. Which obviously they are.

  4. Just compare to the battle at Chernobyl, a real battle, using robots, lots of them, and then 200,000 "bio-robots" because the real robots couldn't stand up to the radiation.

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