RAW: Sakurajima volcano erupts 50km from nuclear plant in Japan

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0 1. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Quick jack up the power station we need to move further back again :S :squirrel: ::(|)
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-1 2. Klemm commented 7 years ago

Lightning in the dust cloud is interesting phenomena.

Also who builds a nuclear power plant next to an active volcano??? :o ...japanese apparently :s
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+11 3. kirkelicious commented 7 years ago

Why even mention the nuclear plant? 50 km is an extremely safe distance for a volcano of this size.
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+9 4. fjwjr commented 7 years ago

#3 My thought exactly. Just another sensational headline that ends up diminishing the entire event.
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+2 5. sp176 commented 7 years ago

#3, perhaps because 50km is actually not a safe distance away. The caldera is 20km in diameter, to give you perspective from the video. Previous eruptions have sent fragments as much as 1000km away.
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+6 6. kirkelicious commented 7 years ago

#5 And by fragments you actually mean ash, not ballistic projectiles? Otherwise it would need an ejection speed of min. 11275 km/h - in a frictionless environment. The peak of the ballistic curve would be at a height of 500 km - more than twice the height of the orbit of the ISS.
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0 7. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#6 Statistics, statistics, statistics, smart arse, smart arse, smart arse. :(|)
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+3 8. kirkelicious commented 7 years ago

#7 more like physics, physics, physics, (smart arse)^3 ::(|)
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+2 9. Wotty1 commented 7 years ago

The nuclear industry would never be that stupid.
I mean, they would never put multiple reactors next to a fault line such that a tsunami would knock them out and cause them to melt down or put the spent fuel rods on the roof of the reactor so they would fall into the fire increasing the mess.

No, not the nuclear industry, they are safe, safe, safe.
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+1 10. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#2 I agree, I found the lightning in the ash clouds fascinating too...
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0 11. Glubok commented 7 years ago

#6 : Kudos for not using the imperial system. >:)
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0 12. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#11 +1 for you!