- Masayuki OnoGeneral Manager TEPCO
- Shinzo AbePrime Minister, Japan
- John BarrettChair, Board of Governors, International Atomic Energy Agency
Entomb the Fukushima reactors NOW!
Why haven't the Fukushima reactors been entombed like the ones in Chernobyl? Because it cost too much? Because TEPCO could make more money by recycling these reactors? Is this a reason to kill the Earth? NO!
Who else doesn't want to die of hypoxia because the phytoplankton of the Pacific Ocean have been killed off? Who else doesn't want anaerobic bacteria, such as tetanus, gangrene, and botulism to be the dominant life form on the Earth again, an Earth poor in oxygen, but rich with corpses? You neither? Then you must sign this petition! No less than life on Earth is at stake!
Who's up to agitate at a Japanese Consulate near you?
Proposed slogan: "TEPCO: Don't kill the Earth! Bury the Fukushima reactors now!"
A bit longer in Japanese, but makes kind of a nice tune:
"Toden:" (That's the Japanese contraction for TEPCO)
"Chikyu-o" (That's the Earth)
"koroshite wa ikenai!" (Don't kill it: Japanese has a different word-order)
"Ima homuru" (bury it now)
"Fukushima genshiro!" (The Fukushima reactors)
Put it all together, sung to a tune somewhat like the theme of "The Great Escape:" kinda apropos, given that it's our doom we're trying to escape, no?
Koroshite wa ikenai!
- General Manager TEPCO
- Prime Minister, Japan
- Chair, Board of Governors, International Atomic Energy Agency
The reactors at Fukushima must be entombed as soon as possible, beginning with a sea wall which will seal off the Pacific Ocean from any further contamination, and continuing with the same process by which the Chernobyl reactors were entombed: to do less risks the death by hypoxia of all animal life on Earth, as oxygen levels rapidly decrease due to the extinction of phytoplankton. Any and all resources available must be marshalled to accomplish this in the shortest possible time.
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