|Mar12-11, 01:05 AM|| |
Re: Japan Earthquake#3
Is there any real chance at a meltdown or is that just the typical media hype?
|Mar12-11, 01:15 AM|| |
Re: Japan Earthquake#4
At the moment, I don't see a 'real' chance of a meltdown. It is a worst case scenario, which is what licensing space is all about.
Some of the worst case scenarios involve extraordinary, and not necessarily physical real situations. It's a bit like crash testing a car by dropping it out of an airplane at several thousand feet, knowing full well that such a car would never be able to achieve such a velocity on level ground since the engine could not achieve the speed or the tires would blow out well before the speed could be achieved.
Some in the media will sensationalize the situation in order to grab the audience in order to sell commercials for useless stuff. But I digress.
I'd like to keep the discussion here on the technical aspects - as soon as we learn from reliable sources.
We have the earthquake thread in P&WA.
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