Fukushima Round Table Discussion 2 with James Horak and Guests | Ohio Exopolitics with Mark Snider, December 26, 2013

Source: exopoliticsohio.us, emvsinfo.blogspot.com

The cores on all three reactors melted down.These are the events that caused these reactors to melt down:

1. The water in the containment vessel evaporated because the pumps that keep the coolant water flowing were disabled by the flooding waters of the Tsunami;

2. The Nuclear fuel became uncovered and heated up to a temperature of 2,300 degrees Celsius.

3. The nuclear fuel melted and mixed with the materials in containment vessel;

4. This melted core formed a magma called Corium which flowed down to the bottom of the reactor vessel.

5. The corium pierced the containment vessel and fell on the concrete containment;

Currently, we don't know what quantity of corium has fallen? How deep did the corium pierced the concrete containment vessel?
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