• Bruce– Michaels and Scarecrow are now friends

    2011-04-29 15:22:14View | Delete
  • Bruce– Michaels commented on the diary post Japan -only two choices? by Bruce– Michaels.

    2011-04-19 03:50:10View | Delete

    Those are great questions! Question do you follow Scarecrow and lobster on this? Do you know how to determine is actually on -what I am finding is I am getting their blog but it is over -how do tell? Are posts on this site in EST>

  • Bruce—–Michaels wrote a new diary post: Japan -only two choices?

    2011-04-18 23:22:33View | Delete

    First and foremost, like many of us here I am compelled to thank our brilliant teachers who have taken an enormously complicated situation and made it comprehendible for us lay folks. Thank you so much! Please do not abandon us – interested parties need each of you! Wise ones please correct any errors that follow! [...]

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Fukushima blueprint? Roadmap? What comes next? by lobster.

    2011-04-18 23:17:11View | Delete

    First and foremost, like many of us here I am compelled to thank our brilliant teachers who have taken an enormously complicated situation and made it comprehendible for us lay folks. Thank you so much! Please do not abandon us – interested parties need each of you! Wise ones please correct any errors that follow! [...]

  • It appears governments, engineers, scientists; talking heads, journalists and mankind across the globe are befuddled about finding water (in some instances lots of it) in wrong and surprising places. What on earth is the mystery here?   I am not a betting man but my hunch here would be that a humongous tsunami might result in [...]

  • Bruce—–Michaels wrote a new diary post: Summary of Nuclear Accidents

    2011-03-25 04:32:14View | Delete

    Hi Guys Wanted to see nuclear accident history.  Interesting. I shortened the entries – presenting the basics of what happened. I thought you all might find this both interesting and pitiful at the same time! December 12, 1952 INES Level 5 – Chalk River, Ontario , Canada – Reactor core damaged  …………. reactor shutoff rod failure, combined with several operator [...]

  • I think they just need to move on to sand and cement! Ordering parts and stuff just seems so silly.It is like a car once you put in one part you discover the next needs to be replaced etc etc. My fear is this (pluggin stuff in /ordering parts et etc!) makes them feel as [...]

  • Dont you think this is gonna go on and on tho they are going to end up rebuilding 98% of all of them! No?

  • I do not understand how connecting a cable to the plants is going to turn out to be anything beneficial.Would any of us -as it relates to an electrical “entity” plug in something that has been through a 9.0 earthquake, a 30 foot wall of water, blown up, burned, inundated with water from 58 feet [...]

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Restoring power to reactors 1-4? by Bruce—–Michaels.

    2011-03-21 05:51:20View | Delete

    Thank you concerned about leaving page afraid I will not be able to find it again! What is your notion do you think pluggin em back in is a reaslistic notion! See to me My FDL sounds like only stuff I did ?

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the blog post The Roundup for March 20, 2011

    2011-03-21 05:40:40View | Delete

    I thank you sir – just got lost trying to get back here but your feedback should help! Thanx!

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Restoring power to reactors 1-4? by Bruce—–Michaels.

    2011-03-21 05:38:29View | Delete

    Hi Crane I am new and lost! Someone just sent me a help response and now I can not figure out how to get back to thank him! When you say thread what do you mean? I have no idea if I started a new “thread” did I. I just wanted to hear other peoples [...]

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the blog post The Roundup for March 20, 2011

    2011-03-21 05:15:45View | Delete

    Hi guys!

    Sorry for the intrusion!

    I am new and lost! I know this is off track but somehow I ended up here where I can ask a question. I am having problems getting the basic lay of the land.

    What is the difference between a diary and blog? In terms of click through lets say I posted something and came back in two hours. I get lost in trying to find out if there has been any interaction.

    I do not know how to get back to where I was. I need a big picture (in simple terms!) mainly click this and then this and this and this is what site is doing!

    Again sorry to interrupt – this place has been wonderful as it relates to Japan mess. I will not close this page (!) because I would have no real understanding of what I would need to do if I wanted to return in an hour! HELP! Thanx!

  • Bruce—–Michaels wrote a new diary post: Restoring power to reactors 1-4?

    2011-03-21 04:48:04View | Delete

    I do not understand how connecting a cable to the plants is going to turn out to be anything beneficial.Would any of us -as it relates to an electrical “entity” plug in something that has been through a 9.0 earthquake, a 30 foot wall of water, blown up, burned, inundated with water from 58 feet [...]

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Possible Second Major Oil Leak in Gulf by Bruce—–Michaels.

    2011-03-20 17:41:35View | Delete

    I just got this :

    What was reported as a miles-long oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico is likely a plume of silt emanating from a dredging operation on the Mississippi River, a U.S. Coast Guard spokesman said Sunday.

    Lost link!

  • Bruce—–Michaels wrote a new diary post: Possible Second Major Oil Leak in Gulf

    2011-03-20 17:22:54View | Delete

    Anyone have any news or info:

    An oil slick measuring 12 miles wide and 100 miles long has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico and is suspected to be from a new major leak at the Matterhorn Seastar oil rig just 20 miles from the Deepwater Horizon oil rig

  • The U.S. Coast Guard is currently investigating reports of a potentially massive oil sheen about 20 miles away from the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion last April.
    According to Paul Barnard, operations controller for the USCG in Louisiana, a helicopter crew has been dispatched to the site of the Matterhorn SeaStar oil rig, [...]
  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Japan Nuke Watch, Sat Nite (JST): Power to Site, Radiation in Food by Scarecrow.

    2011-03-20 03:04:03View | Delete

    Oh, much to learn!

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Japan Nuke Watch, Sat Nite (JST): Power to Site, Radiation in Food by Scarecrow.

    2011-03-19 21:00:29View | Delete

    Ah ha thank you! So this will go under your reply that makes sense in a way. TY Sir!

  • Bruce—–Michaels commented on the diary post Japan Nuke Watch, Sat Nite (JST): Power to Site, Radiation in Food by Scarecrow.

    2011-03-19 20:50:49View | Delete

    The Associated Press

    TOKYO — Japan’s nuclear safety agency says pressure is again rising in one of reactors at the country’s tsunami-damaged nuclear complex — a setback that means operators will have to vent more radioactive gas into the environment.

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