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Motegi greets IndyCar with a 'firm shake'...

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September 16, 2011 9:42 PM
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With regard to your 'question', firstly, why are you asking me something that is unrelated to what I posted? (Do you like ham and pineapple pizza?) Secondly, no, I don't think the indy car drivers are stupid. There you go. There's your answer. Mystery solved. Can you tell me how that relates to my original post? Can you explain how this 'question' is in any way related to the points I raised in my original post?

smithy - Unregistered

September 16, 2011 9:49 PM


Ignore Richard, he is a SITE MODERATOR who usually squats in the F1 side of the fence and knows nothing about Motogp.

You are 100% correct about this race, testing by Dorna was carried out on only 3 isotopes, the heavier MOX mix used by a couple of the reactors which was blown skyhigh include plutonium, strontium and uranium, particles of which have been found as far as Tokyo.

The melted mass at the bottom of the reactors will continue to burn indefinitely as there is no way of stopping this reaction other than a nuclear blast.

This is way worse than Chernobyl and a clear danger for all of northern japan for many decades.

smithy - Unregistered

September 16, 2011 9:57 PM

No probs, he's pretty easy to pick as he always tows the official party line.

Much like this site really who has its base with the official party room and is completely agenda driven.

You will have probably noticed by now how selective they are in deleting posts. Anything anti Rossi or anti Japan or anti anything they are pro for gets deleted as will these posts.

The old timers here know it all to well, I think we annoy them for being honest.


September 16, 2011 10:13 PM

smithy. way off the mark! yes, i am usually on f1 side as that is my passion. but i like anything with an engine. i occasionally look at motogp if only to see the vitriol that is posted here. to me, i have no favourite motorcycle rider, as i know very little about them. but i think that those who are constantly posting rubbish about the situation in japan, deserve to be challenged. glad that jimmy jimmy has now realised what a question is and has finally answered. there is no reason for riders to boycott motegi, and i am sure that the indy drivers will happily return to the us with no detrimental effects.


September 16, 2011 10:20 PM
Last Edited 1609 days ago


"glad that jimmy jimmy has now realised what a question is and has finally answered"

Pretending that I recognized your statement as a question after I made it clear that this is not what I thought. lol Not surprising. Must be nice living in the fantasy world of denial eh Richard. A nice warm fuzzy place where you are always right simply because you say so. Mmmmm.

I noticed you didn't bother answering any of the return questions (actual questions) I put to you. I guess they were too 'on topic'.

smithy - Unregistered

September 17, 2011 12:26 AM

You are correct in one thing Richard, everyone will return from Motegi intact. Maybe one or more will pick up an isotope particle, they have been found as far afield as Tokyo picked up in car filters etc. but this will not show for decades.

As far as I'm concerned its an unacceptable risk to impose on the riders. TEPCO and the Japanese government have lied since day one with no signs of this abating.

They continue to upgrade the amount of radiation released from the initial blasts and confirmed the melt through in a number of the reactors.....because they had to....not because they wanted to.

Dr Chris Busby has some good answers on this mess and is independent and a Nuclear Physicist.

are you for real - Unregistered

September 17, 2011 12:31 AM

richard the site moderator says - "there is no reason for riders to boycott motegi, and i am sure that the indy drivers will happily return to the us with no detrimental effects. "

richard the site moderator has given the ok. i feel safer already. ARE YOU FOR REAL

good on you jimmyjimmy for taking it up to the man and calling it how it is. you are right about japan and you are right about this richard guy. he was trying to twist what you said then tried to make out he wasn't doing that

Neclear Holiday - Unregistered

September 17, 2011 12:55 AM

Slowly, steadily, and often well behind the curve, the government has worsened its prognosis of the disaster. Last Friday, scientists affiliated with the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency said the plant had released 15,000 terabecquerels of cancer-causing Cesium, equivalent to about 168 times the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the event that ushered in the nuclear age. (Professor Busby says the release is at least 72,000 times worse than Hiroshima)

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