How The Japanese Government Prepared For The Tsunami

http://www.businessinsider.com/japan-global-warming-2011-2

 

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2 Responses to How The Japanese Government Prepared For The Tsunami

  1. Al Gored says:

    Hmmm… a few bucks on a higher tsumani wall at Fukushima might have been a better investment. Or almost anything… how about screwing horns onto horses to make unicorns?

  2. pwl says:

    $78 Billion Dollars would have gone a long way to protecting Japan’s Nuclear Rector Facilities from Tsunami and Earthquake dangers not to mention retrofitting them to improve their safety issues – such as moving the “spent fuel rods” (aka recyclable fuel) into bunkered cooling ponds a kilometer from the reactors themselves rather than sitting on top of the reactor core.

    Instead of dealing with pragmatic concerns they waste their time and money chasing the ephemeral CO2 doomsday nightmares of the soothsayers.

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