April 12, 2011
A Quick Note: And We Thought We Were Done with the Interviews…
Posted by Evelyn Mervine
My dad and I wrapped up our regular Fukushima interviews last Saturday, but we did say that if something important happened we would consider commenting on it.
Well, the Fukushima nuclear disaster was just provisionally upgraded from a 5 (Three Mile Island level) to a 7 (Chernobyl level) by Japanese authorities. My dad is not surprised by this upgrade since he has long felt Fukushima to be higher than a level 5. Several people have asked us (begged, even) if we would consider commenting on the upgrade, so we’ve agreed to do another interview tonight. If you have any questions related to recent developments at Fukushima that you would like me to ask my father, we may have time to answer one or two questions. Post them in a comment below or send them to georneysblog (at) gmail (dot) com no later that 5 pm EDT.
Hopefully he's not too tired after listening to ParaTom go on about his "investigations". Did you know a cat's meow sounds an aweful lot like "mom"?As to a question to ask him, I have always been curious as to any emergency mechanisms that could inhib the nuclear reactor's ability to continue fission that could possibly work as a final failsafe? Do any such mechanisms exist?