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BBC report a tweet
1316: Noriyuki Shikata, deputy cabinet secretary for public relations for the Japanese prime minister tweets: "Blast was caused by accumulated hydrogen combined with oxygen in the space between container and outer structure. No damage to container."
So that looks like they are venting the container, could they pump water into it?
NHK World now also used a Mark II containment structure as reference for explaining the emergency cooling systems of the reactor, so it looks like the first guess here was right.
Care to make a prediction based on the known evidence so far? Or is it all just unknowable at this time?
Sorry, I expressed myself badly. I meant that I can't complain about the accuracy, but I don't like conclusions you reach. Even the best case scenario just add more losses to the Japanese people.Any chance you could tell what exactly you see different as conclusion?