In his memoir My Grandfather’s Son, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas pointed to his years at Yale Law School as the genesis of his hostility to affirmative action. “Before long I realized that those blacks who benefitted from it were being judged by a double standard,” Thomas wrote. “As much as it stung to be told that I’d done well in the seminary despite my race, it was far worse to feel that I was now at Yale because of it.”
The core melted a hole through the ground deep enough to hit the water table where it exploded on contact with water, then caused a steam explosion that was so powerful some of the material hit the jet stream. The heat continued causing hydrogen build up and further hydrogen explosions.
You can't let fucking zombies drive man, be serious.
He still has his driver's license... but you can't let him get a car loan.
"An automatic service charge of 18% will be added to groups of 8 or more."
Add "With 50% of that being a royalty for the patent", and this story gets done-done in the next sprint..
Usual measurement is 1m free-air-distance, but at the level they observe, they cannot sent anyone in there to make these measurements.
According to TFA, they can, with basic protection:
Tepco said the radiation measured was beta rays, which would be easier to protect against than gamma rays.
Just empty anchors.
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