Sunday, June 10, 2007
A Frivolous Search Engine Query
I usually manage to chase it out. A story in the Independent UK, "Worse than Chernobyl: 'dirty timebomb' ticking in a rusting Russian nuclear dump threatens Europe" brought it back.
Published: 10 June 2007
20,000 discarded uranium fuel rods stored in the Arctic Circle are corroding. The possible result? Detonation of a massive radioactive bomb experts say could rival the 1986 disaster. By Rachel Shields
Anyway, I had a silly inspiration: I asked hakia "Is there any way to delay the trouble coming every day?" hakia said unto me:
Good question! Department of "no way to delay that trouble coming every day" - Update alerts: See this page.
Not a single link of the first fifty suggested that there might be a way; almost all repeated that there is no way.
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