Heda_Madness's past comments

  • -2

    Heda_Madness

    I doubt very much you'd defend a father who did the same thing and claimed he was stressed out and couldn't deal with things.

    Because, mental illness (as Tamarama has suggested) is the same as being stressed isn't it?

    Maybe she was suffering from mental illness. Maybe she tried to talk to friends or colleagues about it. And maybe she was met with people with mental health problems are selfish and worthless.

    Because although you may say there is help out there there's certainly no compassion in your post. Perhaps one day you'll reach rock bottom and understand that there is no black and white when you're there.

    She killed her self and she killed her kid. The only way this will stop happening is if people try to understand it and try to put systems of support in place.

    But yes a woman took her life and that of her child. And thas an absolute tragedy.

    Posted in: Bodies of woman, 8-month-old son found in car in Gifu

  • 0

    Heda_Madness

    Nope. What it did was wash over the low lying land and work it's way round.

    If you looked at the topography of the region you will see that won't happen. And that's obviously ignoring the fact that a large chunk of land won't fall in to the ocean as earthquakes in that region or volcanic by nature.

    But look at the maps... look at where the water will go and explain how sendai nuclear power plant is threatened by sakurajima.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    So the answer to the question is no. It didn't come out of the bay turn right, right and right again.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    That 524 metre wave in Lituya Bay, once it left the bay what happened to it? Did it turn right,right and right again? Was it still 524 metres high?

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    And again you are totally ignoring the geography and the fact it's coming out of a bay...but hey of you want to keep comparing apples with sheep that's fine.

    Doesn't change facts

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    You're constantly missing the point. Every single example you have given is ahead of the source. You haven't produced a single example of a tsunami causing damage behind itself. In this case it would need to turn right, right again and right again to be able to cause the damage you believe would happen.

    Do you have any examples of a tsunami going south west and then north

    Within a very short distance. I'm guessing you haven't. And there's a very simple reason for that.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    I watched the video. But it's completely different geography so irrelevant. The maps of the other events didn't show a tsunami coming out of a narrow bay and then immediately turning back on itself.

    The wave heights of the other events happened in a bay. Not where Sendai nuclear reactor is and so is irrelevant. The reactor is very close which is why it will be protected.

    You accuse me of ignoring things.

    Your ignoring basic physics and basic science simply because your determined that it is dangerous

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    Again you're ignoring geography. A tsunami within a bay will keep the power within the bay. It went back across the bay because once it hit Lanz it had nowhere to go. A tsunami in open water that hits an island has plenty of areas to go. Returning whence it came being the most resistant.

    When a large tsunamI leaves the bay it will leave powerfully through the narrow channel. Its not going to turn right and right again.

    It will go out like an inverted funnel in a V.

    What happens in the bay is irrelevant to Sendai but hey I'm clearly wasting my time. You want there to be a possibility that Sendai is under threat. Despite all we know about science telling us otherwise.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    Those trees in Alaska, were they in the bay or out the bay? Were they out the bay and round the corner.

    What you're saying goes against everything that science says. You know that water doesn't react like a ball hitting a pool cushion don't you? You know that when it leaves the bay it will disperse into a wide area not a single narrow one?

    And you also know that the 1958 earthquake wasn't caused by a volcano don't you?

    your simulation video is irrelevant to sakurajima because of the geography. You're trying to compare an apple with a sheep.

    Just because you think it will happen doesn't make it so. But if it really can happen then write the book explaining the science behind it. You'll probably win a Nobel prize for it.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    The reason that it's only 50km around the coast is precisely the reason that it won't be affected. It will leave the bay at a tremendous rate and will not go back on itself. Something to with fluid dynamics. But spill that glass of water and tell me if the base of the glass gets wet. And if there's an eruption of krakatoa magnitude the nuclear power plant is the least if your concerns.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    Turbostat.

    Just look at the map. Your link shows an island in open water where the wave went in all directions. That's not going to happen in Sakurajima. Unless the waves go over the mountains.

    And then we look at Sakurajima where there is a narrow inlet into open water. And you're expecting that a tsunami, with the power your suggesting will not go straight out of that inlet. But will actually come out of the water and go back on itself.

    You're basically suggesting that modern is incorrect. And that a powerful volume of water will not go straight, it will not take the simplest route.

    It's akin to suggesting that when someone project vomits their ears are most at risk. When you knock a glass of water down, which way does the water go? Does it double back on itself?

    I'm more in danger from a tsunami caused by Sakurajima in New Zealand than the Sendai nuclear power plant is.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 0

    Heda_Madness

    Turbostat.. yes in areas facing the eruption. As opposed to areas in the opposite direction to the eruption that would require the tsunami to come out of a narrow bay turn right travel north and then turn right again. The water would spew out of the bay in completely the opposite direction.

    Check the map.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • -1

    Heda_Madness

    Tonight's NHK news devoted 20 out of 30 minutes on the volcano. And yet they, and nobody, mentioned that there is a nuclear plant down the road. Interesting.

    Well. I'd like to think it's because they only talk about those in immediate danger and those in secondary danger.

    Ad opposed to a nuclear plant which is under no danger whatsoever. Unless you expect the lava to go up and down a couple of mountains? Or any pyroclastic flow to create a tsunami that would have to dog leg back on itself. In other words no respectable person would ever talk about something which simply couldn't happen. But hey that's apparently interesting

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    Laguna, you'd have thought a PHD with geophysics would know that but I guess he'd more focused on facts such as 'very big'.

    Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan

  • 2

    Heda_Madness

    Don't know who provides their funding but they were the scientists that advised President Obama on the situation. So their credentials are fairly strong and it's fair to say they don't have any funding from TEPCO, or the Japanese government.

    But you're right. Smith will ignore that.

    Posted in: Japan restarts Takahama nuclear reactor

  • 0

    Heda_Madness

    Fact is if they did not, it would have resulted in a MUCH worse situation in which Tokyo would have been irradiated

    After days of high-intensity analysis and numerous computer runs, the scientists concluded that radiation in Tokyo would come nowhere close to levels requiring an evacuation, even in the event that Fukushima Dai-ichi underwent the worst plausible meltdown combined with extremely unfavorable wind and weather patterns.

    As you can see from the above, my statement was a fact. One that was proven by a team of experts, scientists. People who deal in facts. Your statement wasn't. Even in the worst case scenario. Even with unfavourable wind patterns.

    It was impossible, implausible and grossly incorrect that Tokyo would ever have been evacuated.

    Posted in: Japan restarts Takahama nuclear reactor

  • -2

    Heda_Madness

    Interesting I get marked down for saying a fact. It's almost as if you wanted Tokyo to be abandoned..wasn't going to happen. Decisions like that aren't based on emotion. They're based on scientific facts. Something that people on here still seem to struggle with.

    Posted in: Japan restarts Takahama nuclear reactor

  • -2

    Heda_Madness

    Do they not remember just how very close Tokyo -- the world's most populous nation -- was to being forever abandoned?

    Erm. In the real world it was never close to being abandoned still that myth lives on in Japantoday world

    Posted in: Japan restarts Takahama nuclear reactor

  • 1

    Heda_Madness

    Pretty sure I've never said the immediate area around Dai Ichi is safe...that's why there's an exclusion zone.

    I have gone on record as saying that the vast majority of Fukushima is safe though. And thats backed by scientists. But hey, what do they know? it's not like theyve studied it? Nope they've just plucked that conclusion from thin air.

    I.mean all they have to do is to read the experts on Japan today to realise they're wrong

    Posted in: Japan restarts Takahama nuclear reactor

  • -2

    Heda_Madness

    Hi Asia,

    I do seem to be barking up the tree. As presumably are the families of the tens of thousands of people who dies in China when the hydro dams failed. How does that compare with Fukushima? How does that compare with Chernobyl.

    But hey if you want to believe fear and ignore science it's entirely up to you.

    But let's talk about humans track record with nuclear so far.. and let's ompare it to humans track record with fossil fuels. And hydro. And solar and wind

    And according to the scientists the safest is in terms of deaths per kw/h god power generated.. well would you believe it it's nuclear.

    So you may want to make that bubble a bit sturdier than you expected.

    Posted in: Japan restarts Takahama nuclear reactor

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