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Japan could be just a couple of hours away from a Nuclear meltdown.

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Twenty years from now, Japanese people will be the tallest people on Earth. Average height: 11 feet, six inches. And the men will be even taller.

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Yep, things are getting worse there.

An explosion sent white smoke rising above a nuclear plant where a massive earthquake and tsunami crippled cooling systems in northeastern Japan, the country's chief Cabinet secretary said Saturday.

Four workers were injured after the blast at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told reporters. It was not immediately clear where the blast occurred inside the plant, or what caused it.

The roof of a reactor at the plant collapsed following the explosion around 3:30 p.m., Japan's Kyodo News Agency reported, citing Tokyo Electric Power Company.

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Yeah, but that was CNN you can't believe everything they say.

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I would like to point out that 30 years ago it was the crazed dumb hippie liberals who pointed out this kind of thing as a possibility, and the conservatives that told them to shut up, make some clay pots, whatever.

And I am an advocate of nuclear power.

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I would like to point out that 30 years ago it was the crazed dumb hippie liberals who pointed out this kind of thing as a possibility, and the conservatives that told them to shut up, make some clay pots, whatever.

And I am an advocate of nuclear power.

Thank you. Now go back to holding hands for unions with Michael Moore.

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idk why they put these plants near places where people live. you'd think they'd be in the middle of nowhere although i guess that would make a commute to work difficult

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