Greetings brothers and sister in the LORD.
Where to begin, where to begin... The Libyan thing is I believe a distraction away from what is a true danger to everyone. Especially those poor souls in Japan near the site in Fukishima.
I caught one report stating that the levels were 10, 000, 000 times the safe limit, then another saying it was only 100,000 times greater than what is safe. 10,000,000 or 100,000 times the safe limit is well, to HIGH. Many of you remember what happened in Russia with just one reactor blowing. It killed an entire city and area in Russia. I have been trying to get information but the information being disseminated is, well just wrong.
One reactor in Russia equals four that have gone off in Japan??? I am trying to get a picture I saw from the English speaking Japanese news, saw it only once. It showed a gaping hole in the side of the containment vessel. This alone should have had the "experts" scrambling to fix this, but unfortunately it seems they are just shuffling along at a snails pace.
The continued growth of the "evacuation zone" should tells us a little. Started at 12 miles and has doubled in the last two days. The water they are using or were using, sea water is a corrosive. Where is that water going? It doesn't seem to be doing what they had hoped. The "fuel rods" keep being exposed to the air. They then in turn heat up rapidly, If the containment vessels were intact the water levels would stay where they are supposed to. Unfortunately with huge holes in at least one of them, they'll never get it stabilized. I truly feel sorry for the brave souls fighting this, I am so afraid that many of them are already dead and know it not.
Is this going to be a long and devastating incident. Just look at that city in Russia that I can not spell, and see what a probable outcome from this may be. This coupled with the fall of the Japanese economy and the effects it will have on and in the world must be considered.
I continue to pester everyone I can for more information. When I can get it I shall bring it to your attention asap.