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Comment: Re:Good job. (Score 1) 43

by mad flyer (#48307981) Attached to: Japan's Annual Nuclear Drill Highlights Problems

kidding me right ? 45 years after the start of fukushima's plant, 3 years after a major disaster, the local clowns can't factor in the meteo to get their evac plan right... YES A DRILL IS TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS... NOT 45 YEARS AFTER THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN MADE.

Dear god, I feel like Jane Goodall among those chimps...

Comment: Re:It's All Relative (Score 2) 167

by mad flyer (#43789243) Attached to: EPA Makes a Rad Decision

Okay, I know you're trying to be funny, but let's be serious for a moment: Why shouldn't the EPA try to limit lawsuits? They cost you and me, the taxpayer, a lot of money. It slows down the entire judicial process, and increases the cost of excercising your rights in the judiciary.

yeah, fuck people after all... it cost muney and stuff...

Comment: Re:Newer tech yes, Smaller reactors no (Score 2) 218

by mad flyer (#43531429) Attached to: Fukushima Nuclear Plant Cleanup May Take More Than 40 Years

Actually, if you were to check on the matter...

The quake already disabled the plants, the tsunami just gave the final blow.

AND NO, NO AND NO.

THE QUAKE AT THE SITE OF THE PLANT WAS NOT BIGGER THAN WHAT THE PLANT WHAT SUPPOSEDLY BUILD TO SUSTAIN.

The quake was a 9 something at sea, but much much lower at the coast of Japan.

Comment: Re:THIS DID NOT HAPPEN (Score 1) 189

by mad flyer (#43382137) Attached to: Leak Found In Fukushima Tank Holding Radioactive Water

Thank you for proving that you are a complete knuckledragger.
Nuclear already triggered at least 2 non survivable contaminated zone onearth. And the mass casualties will only be seen in 10 to 20 years. (or at least mass thyroid cancer patients).

Plus you are totally ignoring the several workers death by cardiac arrest of cleanup workers or the untraceable illness of the unproperly declared/registered/followed cleanup temp workers.

Comment: Re:Unlikely to work when needed. (Score 1) 81

by mad flyer (#43317581) Attached to: Iranian Lab's Quadcopters To Rescue Swimmers

Pretty sure shortsighted people were spweing the same advice against helicopters when they first start being used.

You have to start somewhere. not everything works perfectly at the first prototype... just look how long it took to get the V22 osprey into active duty. the first prototypes flew in the 60'...

FORTRAN is a good example of a language which is easier to parse using ad hoc techniques. -- D. Gries [What's good about it? Ed.]

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