Japan is running out of options at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, as engineers try to lower the temperature of spent fuel rods and control the crisis. Even if you don’t have a Ph.D. in nuclear physics, Slate wants your ideas, however simple or complex, on how to avert disaster at the plant. (Though please let us know if you do have a Ph.D. in nuclear physics!) We’ll run the most popular answers by a panel of nuclear experts, so be sure to vote and comment on others’ ideas along with submitting your own. Voting ends March 22.