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Editorial by Barry Piacenza

Climate Change Economics LLC - March 18,2011

Our sympathies, thoughts and prayers go out to the Japanese people during this time of distress and catastrophic events.

In light of the radioactive situation at the Fukushima Daiichi power facility with six reactors in various states of dysfunctional capacity it has come to mind that with the proximity of these reactors in various states of dysfunctionality that the force fields affiliated to each atomic pile may interact with the others.

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This situation brings to mind the original experiments done by Enrico Fermi (1942) in Chicago, USA. Given the proximity of these various radioactive piles in various states of dysfunctionality, one needs to consider the interactivity of the various force fields created by each pile. Fukushima Daiichi has 560 tons of nuclear fuel in its reactors along with 1,700 tons of spent fuel. According to an article by our colleague Stephen Leahy – UXBRIDGE, Canada, Mar 17, 2011 (IPS) entitled - Japan Nuke Disaster Could Be Worse Than Chernobyl

The question is will these piles begin to interact with one another? If they do interact what is the outcome?