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Looks as if only Heroic Efforts Can Save things now
CNN just interviewed Robert Alvarez of the Institute for Policy Studies
Robert Aavarez: "Things are still out of the control of the authorities and the operators and seems to be worsening.
... IAEA is doing the best it can we should not expect them to be like the Lone Ranger. They have their limited capabilities.
Authorities [in Japan} are walking a fine line between telling all and not creating unnecessary panic. They may not have enough people on the ground.
CNN says this just in:
NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) says there is hydrogen in unit no. 4
Quoting NRC: "we believe that secondary contentment has been destroyed."
Alvarez commenting on NRC statement: "That's very serious...
this means spent fuel in unit four has been exposed, has gotten so hot that it has been interacting with the water and catching fire.
I think that the next solution may involve heroic acts, not sure, people called in to sacrifice their lives."