Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Fukushima: The Nuclear Explosion Solution

Yesterday, TEPCO finally plugged the leak from the pit in the No 2 reactor at Fukushima with 'water glass'. However, many experts now think that the situation may very well be in a state that is far worse than a partial meltdown:

"But data from Japanese regulators and TEPCO suggest to some researchers that conditions inside the core could be far worse than a partial meltdown. Some believe that molten fuel may have flowed into the outer concrete containment vessel, whereas others suggest that nuclear chain reactions are still happening inside the fuel."

As Dr. Tom Burnett recently explained in the Hawaii News Daily:

"At Fukushima, the reactor cores are still melting down. The ONLY way to stop that is to detonate a ~10 kiloton fission device inside each reactor containment vessel and hope to vaporize the cores."

According to Burnett, if done correctly the nuclear blasts will put all the reactors immediately below the waterline. Then right afterwards, bring in the pre-positioned cargo ships over the new craters to dump in cement. Or, the other way is to allow TEPCO to keep on screwing around and contaminate the world ad infinitum. Burnett may be thinking of this method:

1. Begin with having the US Dept. Of Energy nuclear super computers gauge the correct matrix of seismology, geology, and pyrotechnics simultaneously in order to not rip Honshu into two separate land masses.
2. Use pre-set underground bunker buster/thermobaric weapons technology.
3. From the reactors, locate, retrieve and remove as much spent fuel as possible. Secure it in an off-shore vessel.
4. Preload the site with surface boron and packaged concrete before taking the shot.
5. "Pull it!"
6. Advance the offshore concrete cargo ships.
7. Entomb the reactors in the new craters.
8. Mission accomplished.

Here an example of how it could work:

Video courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy.

See also: Sexy Japanese Nuclear Lingerie Fashion Line


  1. Astonishing suggestion! The only thing: what if their supercomputers get is about as wrong as the safety calculations before?
    Now, with more radiation leaking and being deposited through the air by rainfall, they should know:
    How to protect your garden patch or field against radioactive fall-out

  2. Thank you CrisisMaven. Good question about the supercomputers. But the US has done countless nuclear tests in the past, so there should be enough data and time-tested, proven procedures available.

    However, with this nuclear bomb solution, the unknown variables would be exactly how much spent fuel is left inside the reactor buildings and how much effect would it have on the nuclear bomb detonations. So, yeah the nuclear device solution could all go very horribly wrong, or it could go off just right and enable a quick ending to this global catastrophe. Well, hopefully, somehow, someway, someday, this will all end soon. Take good care.

  3. "A very bright, previously unknown comet will appear and coincide with the time of great geological troubles, with earthquakes and volcanoes erupting and disrupting weather systems. This will cause widespread famines, droughts, and social upheavals in unexpected places."

  4. I'm starting a new punk rock band and trying to think of a name. So far I have:

    Blue Skyshine

    Rod Fuel & The Reaktorz

    Atom & The Fukushima Fires

    Any other ideas?

  5. How about "Black & Blue Neutron Swans"

  6. How about "Mass Extinction Event"

    We're fucked.

  7. Kyodo News reported that the Japanese government used a big blue tarp to stop all the radiation steam leaks so everything is fine.

  8. "and hope to vaporize the cores".... ??? !! surely every high school student knows that even the fission material in an A bomb only gives up a small percentage of it's mass as energy, the rest gets blown all over the show. What makes him think material outside the fission device would somehow disappear or become inert? If vapourization were to occur, that would only be another word for 'dispersion'.

  9. How exactly is a nuclear test like blowing up fissile material with multiple nuclear blasts? You mention thousands of tests but can you name a single one in which a bomb was used to "vaporize" a bunch of bomb material? It sounds to me like this would take the next 1,000 years worth of radiation and immediately release it. What am I missing here?

  10. From a couple weeks after it all started, this was the only solution available. When the US and other countries start seeing more and more very high radiation levels, when elderly and young babies and kids start dying from Fukushima radiation - they will do this. But first this disaster has to get so bad enough before it will be accepted and then called on by government leaders and Washington. RIP Japan.

  11. maybe tzar can make a super explosion and move the earth just enought to kill us all for sure, and any other species for that matter.

  12. add this pls, fission-fission-fission and one more fission level

  13. Now that would be what I call Nuclear Fishin'