I can't believe I agree with something Andrew Bolt has written....
Bolt is a dishonest douchebag whose lies about climate-science are legion. On inciters he deliberately lied about the size of the pro-carbon-pricing rally and the number of people killed in Chernobyl. If he got something right it was no doubt completely unintentional.
If I was interested in the opinion of Limited News' professional propagandists I'd waste my money on one of their filthy rags or visit one of their web-sites. Blot has no place spouting his lies on the ABC.
That doesn't mean I'm completely anti-nuclear however - I think there could be great potential for thorium-based nuclear power.
Yeah but tell us how you really feel about him.
I agree that it is a good article.
Bolt is an opinion writer to get a reaction and he is certainly good at doing that. He's no worse than pollies taking half truths or facts out of context to try and support their opinion.
I think we should register a Tex party and get into parliament - what would be our principles and policies.
aaah yezzzz! Andrew Bolt...love his work....always has an axe to grind, cares less for objective sources and ensures dissidents aren't published. Which brings me to Alan Jones....see above!
Japan ain't out of the woods yet. It's a very serious incident occurring during times when the ability to respond is very, very weak
Another advanced earthquake warning has gone out
Workers have been evacuated from the Fukushima plant because of radiation levels and smoke continues to pour out of reactor #3
They're apparently using helicopters apparently to cool ****
and this is what reactor 3 and 4 look like
I dont think things are getting better..
Just watchin on NHK the Helicopter dumping water on #3 reactor and mostly missing
I'm no nuclear physicist to be sure, but even I can tell this is doing f*ck all. and what about all the electronics monitoring the plant etc, how do they react to being drenched in water? It boggles the mind.
This is madness, and not sparta.
Not including the embassy crowd, pretty much everyone I know in Tokyo is getting out of the country. There's 6 of us in the Grand Hyatt here and another 7 or 8 arriving today.
They've just had to abort the helicopter plan. It was like piissing on a bushfire and it sounds like there's too much radiation. Awesome.