05/22/2019 (Wed) 22:12:46
>>26330>I remember it was hit by tsunami. Isn't that washed stuff out? How do you stop a tsunami?
Catastrophe happened not because direct wave hit into reactor or such, but because tsunami broke cooling system and reactors exploded. This is truly a design flaw, because properly designed system must go off and stop without problems when disabled.
But main problem is mismanagement in disaster liquidation. As far as I know, they still leaking some radioactive water even today, although eight years passed. This is more about culture of Japanese mismanagement - they didn't even had proper robots to work in areas with radiation. I guess their preparedness to disaster and ability to solve that type of problems is on same low level.>>26320>in a capitalistic country, same thing would happen but just with a worse result. what country can pull out so many resources and men in such a short time
Countries like USA surely can do same. They have big government and powerful agencies, from military to FEMA. Considering smaller countries, I guess it wouldn't matter if they are capitalistic or communistic at all.