Researcher, Fumiya Tanabe thinks the suppression chamber of unit 2 was damaged during the initial earthquake. He cites the much larger total releases from unit 2 as evidence. This would pattern with the high water radiation flowing out of unit 2’s intake canal early in the disaster. Tanabe also points out that this would have dire consequences for the safety of all nuclear reactors in Japan or elsewhere that sit on fault lines. Tanabe is a former JAEA official and currently works for another nuclear research agency in Ibaraki.
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The architect that built unit 3 claims that the melted fuel has burned through containment and the building in a “China Syndrome”. He explains that if the fuel hits a significant vein of water it could cause a hydrovolcanic explosion that could destroy the plant. Similar concerns were had at Chernobyl where they took action to attempt to prevent this. Economic Undertow detailed a similar theory recently in great detail.
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