After Fukoshima disaster it's safe to say that, in the vane of Murphy*, anything can happen or in his case go wrong. I think that's what has kept me alive all these years. I've always assumed and planed for the worst. A few times worse hit but I was prepared for it. Once again we may be seeing worse in action with the fires that are now in New Mexico. Let me title this then: Fire a ticket to burn
Once can plan for a bad situation but it's the truly deranged mind that can plan for multiple Armageddon events. And as we continue to let our infrastructure fall apart this thinking just might not be as deranged as one might think. I'm sure the Japanese were not expecting multiple bad happenings when the earthquake and tsunami hit. After all the plant was built to withstand a 7.5. Too bad Murphy gave them a 9.0 and the tidal wave that followed.
Now with the fire in New Mexico headed for Los Alamos there may be little worry about the fire reaching the core of any reactor but it may be another story if it hits the control infrastructures not protected by concrete several feet thick. I've seen films of tests where they flew a 707 into the side of a similar test structure and while the aircraft was totally obliterated it left barely a mark on the concrete. Impressive no? But all the best laid plans are no match for Murphy because when conditions are just right he rears his ugly head and wrecks havoc on our seemingly mundane lives.
* Murphy / Murphys's Law = What ever can go wrong will go wrong.