Former Adelaide resident Antonio Rossi, who now lives in Japan, said watching the explosion on television he could see a "sonic boom".
"You could see it quite graphically," he said.
"Tower one has exploded, it's gone, it's non-existent," Mr Rossi said.
The above quote it trumped up sensationalism ( jmho ) but how can one see a sonic boom quite graphically? Wait-- Now!
greeney2 wrote:The above quote it trumped up sensationalism ( jmho ) but how can one see a sonic boom quite graphically? Wait-- Now!
You can clearly see a shock wave when it blew, he was not an exagerating, watch the video.
The explosion was from the build up of hydrogen and oxygen, and they say did not affect the reactor, but how can they tell that already. Hopefully thats correct, however isn't the outer building a containment building if a leak occurs? That was why Chernobal was such a disaster, they do not have containment buildings on their reactors. All reactors in the USA have containment buildings.
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