May 13, 2017 · Post Apocalyptic Nuclear Power Plant Meltdowns! Discussion in ’Outpost’ started by Boo1e, May 12, 2017.
The shocking footage comes six years after the town’s nuclear plant endured three meltdowns and hundreds of thousands fled for their lives. Most of them never returned and the town has remained a post-apocalyptic wasteland, barely visited by humans for fear of the lingering radiation levels.
Urban explorer and photographer Keow Wee Loong illegally visited abandoned settlements around the Fukushima Daichii nuclear power plant and produced a series of photos of a post-apocalyptic world inhabited only by feral beasts.
Fourth, whatever power source humanity continues to use after this event, it absolutely will not include nuclear. No one, anywhere would permit reactors to be built. This may preclude fusion power too since it contains the world ’nuclear’ in it, which is a bit of a shame since fusion unlocks so much energy.
A timely thriller illuminating facts regarding the state of the world’s energy crisis, climate change, and the quandary of nuclear energy–inspired by events in Fukushima, unexpected earthquakes across the planet, and the deterioration of …
The demand proves to be too much for what these plants can provide and produces mass power blackouts (55 minutes A.H.). Within just 85 minutes, only nuclear power plants continue working. The permanent loss of power reaches the nuclear power plants, which shut off their reactors.
Top responsesIaane (posting from a plant service building ) Just a talk about safety systems in existing light water BWRs. First, the plant … read more235 votesNational Geographic did a, well, I hesitate to call it a documentary, more like a entertain-mentary, where they looked at what … read more15 votesWhile that’s definitely possible as everyone else here has mentioned, I think you overestimate the extent of the ecological … read more3 votesDepends on the type of reactor. I know many of them are ”fail safe”, meaning that they will fail safely. It takes maintenance to … read more2 votesWait now. I think the more important question is what effect would all those meltdowns have on the new zombie population? … read more1 voteHere is a great segment from CBC’s ” Quirks & Quarks ” science radio show about the safety of current reactors and the future: … read more1 voteSee all
STUCK IN TIME Inside nuclear-ravaged Fukushima abandoned after disaster reveals chilling post-apocalyptic pics of homes, shops and classrooms untouched after six years
EERIE footage of the abandoned city of Fukushima has emerged six years after its nuclear plant endured three meltdowns and hundreds of thousands fled for their lives. post-apocalyptic world
Damir Sagolj/Reuters In March 2011, one of the most devastating earthquakes on record hit Japan, setting off a chain reaction that included a tsunami and a disastrous nuclear power plant meltdown. The Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant disaster was the largest Nuclear incident since Chernobyl and caused radiation leakage that has lasted to this …
Apocalyptic fiction is a subgenre of science fiction that is concerned with the end of civilization due to a potentially existential catastrophe such as nuclear warfare, pandemic, extraterrestrial attack, impact event, cybernetic revolt, technological singularity, dysgenics, supernatural phenomena, divine judgment, climate change, resource depletion or …