Comment: Any way to minimize the water table to prevent a steam explosion

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Any way to minimize the water table to prevent a steam explosion

Okay, but would there be a wayto minimize the water table to prevent a steam explosion, such as trenching the perimeter of the plant and dyking off the seaward side?

A full-scale meltdown doesn't seem to float any boats, but the idea is for this crap to just vanish into the earth and cover itself over with melted bedrock. By the time it hits density-parity, it would be at the mantle boundary, 12 miles down. Even if it contracted and went nuclear at that depth, it'd be just another earthquake.

Of course, I'm neither geologist nor nclear engineer. Just asking seeking outan alternative to the current mess.

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