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Update ONE Nuclear Reactor in Meltdown;FOUR Others Damaged; Nuclear Emergency Declared.

 
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Nuclear plant have emergency systems that are fully capable of safely shutting down the plant and maintaining it is Mode 5 (cold Shutdown) for at least 7 days. Granted, if the Emergency Diesel Generators were flooded they will have to rely on installed passive equipment for cooling down the reactor. The HPCI/RCIC turbines and a full torus (suppression pool) are capable of removing the decay heat generated after the unit trip.
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Get really tired of you fuckers posting this. You my very well be right, BUT you do not know the extent of the structural damage OR how the structural integrity of these facilities are holding up considering they are getting a fucking aftershock about every 15-30 minutes.
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Update: Japan declares states of emergency for 5 nuclear reactors at 2 power plants; 2 workers missing at one.

[link to www.breakingnews.com]

This was located at the above link.
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The two workers got melted down.

May God have mercy on their wretched souls.
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0014 GMT: Japan declares a state of emergency at the Fukushima-Daini power plant, where three of its reactors failed, the Associated Press reports. It says a state of emergency is already in place at the nearby Fukushima-Daiichi plant, where two reactors failed.
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Doom staring you right in the face BIG TIME

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Oil doom last year was NOTHING compared to this.

That was a fuss about nothing.

This shitstorm here is the real thing.

oridin
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OP for what it is worth I will tell you this.

I work for an energy company and the real story at least at one of these facilities is that the cooling system is damaged and leaking coolant. That is where the radiation is coming from. Also that is the real reason they can't cool the reactor down. They were trying to consult with our engineers this morning and at that time thought they may not be able to fix it in time. So before any cooling can be done they have to fix the system so even if they had back-up power or enough anyway they can't do anything because the cooling system is leaking too badly or maybe totally inoperative.

My advice is if you live near those places move upwind now because six miles is too close.

Good luck.
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i have a solution.. maybe.

if the shit relly starts hitting the fucking fan witht he nuke material..

they need to send in bomb disposal robots or whatever robots they have on hand in the world, including any blak ops or support robots,, the honda robot anything that can work well.

they need to go into the reactors to retrieve the fuel rods,

they need to use tungsten lined robot arms or canisters whatever to resist the high heat of the reacting fuel rods.

they need to load the nuke material on icbms, or much more ideally real space rockets that can reach orbit, and deliver the payload out into space and on a heading away from earth.

before it fucking melts thru the floor and onto the fucking watertable.
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radiation kills robots too
rocket failure would really spread the shit around
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Headsup to OP & ALL:

Japan's NHK World News has a english version of their news site.

Link NHK World News (English Version)

[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]

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MELTDOWN ?

arent you exaggerating ?

there is a reactor which had problems with cooling due to batteries, and u.s. air force ferried batteries to that plant.
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OP for what it is worth I will tell you this.

I work for an energy company and the real story at least at one of these facilities is that the cooling system is damaged and leaking coolant. That is where the radiation is coming from. Also that is the real reason they can't cool the reactor down. They were trying to consult with our engineers this morning and at that time thought they may not be able to fix it in time. So before any cooling can be done they have to fix the system so even if they had back-up power or enough anyway they can't do anything because the cooling system is leaking too badly or maybe totally inoperative.

My advice is if you live near those places move upwind now because six miles is too close.

Good luck.
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Thanks for the info.

My question is why the hell would Japan not elevate these back-up generators in the event of a Tsunami??
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Doom staring you right in the face BIG TIME

hiding
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Oil doom last year was NOTHING compared to this.

That was a fuss about nothing.

This shitstorm here is the real thing.

oridin
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I've made myself a packed lunch for tomorrow.... just in case.

ohyeah
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OP for what it is worth I will tell you this.

I work for an energy company and the real story at least at one of these facilities is that the cooling system is damaged and leaking coolant. That is where the radiation is coming from. Also that is the real reason they can't cool the reactor down. They were trying to consult with our engineers this morning and at that time thought they may not be able to fix it in time. So before any cooling can be done they have to fix the system so even if they had back-up power or enough anyway they can't do anything because the cooling system is leaking too badly or maybe totally inoperative.

My advice is if you live near those places move upwind now because six miles is too close.

Good luck.
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^THIS
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i have a solution.. maybe.

if the shit relly starts hitting the fucking fan witht he nuke material..

they need to send in bomb disposal robots or whatever robots they have on hand in the world, including any blak ops or support robots,, the honda robot anything that can work well.

they need to go into the reactors to retrieve the fuel rods,

they need to use tungsten lined robot arms or canisters whatever to resist the high heat of the reacting fuel rods.

they need to load the nuke material on icbms, or much more ideally real space rockets that can reach orbit, and deliver the payload out into space and on a heading away from earth.

before it fucking melts thru the floor and onto the fucking watertable.
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water does not hold radioactivity
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MELTDOWN ?

arent you exaggerating ?

there is a reactor which had problems with cooling due to batteries, and u.s. air force ferried batteries to that plant.
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stop kidding yourself.
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I do not like to double post, but these are interesting articles:

Nuclear Crisis at Fukushima

| by Ed Lyman | nuclear power | nuclear power safety |

As of 2:30 pm EST Friday 3/11/11:

The massive earthquake off the northeast coast of Japan has caused a potentially catastrophic situation at one of Japan’s nuclear power plants. The situation is still evolving, but here is a preliminary assessment based on the facts as we currently understand them.

The plant’s owner, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), reported that at 2:46 p.m. local time (12:46 a.m. EST) “turbines and reactors of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 1 … and Units 2 and 3 … automatically shut down due to the Miyagiken-oki Earthquake.”

These reactors are 3 of the 6 operating reactors at the Fukushima I nuclear facility. All are boiling water reactors. Unit 1 has a rated output of 460 megawatts, and Units 2 and 3 each have a rated output of 784 megawatts.

TEPCO went on to state the shutdowns were caused by the loss of off-site power “due to malfunction of one out of two off-site power systems.” This loss of power triggered emergency diesel generators, which automatically started to provide backup power to the reactors.

However, at 3:41 p.m. local time (1:46 a.m. EST), the emergency diesel generators shut down “due to malfunction, resulting in the complete loss of alternating current for all three units,” according to TEPCO. The failure of the diesel generators was most likely due to the arrival of the tsunami, which caused flooding in the area. The earthquake was centered 240 kilometers from Japan, and it would have taken the tsunami approximately an hour to reach the Japanese islands.

This power failure resulted in one of the most serious conditions that can affect a nuclear plant—a “station blackout”—during which off-site power and on-site emergency alternating current (AC) power is lost. Nuclear plants generally need AC power to operate the motors, valves and instruments that control the systems that provide cooling water to the radioactive core. If all AC power is lost, the options to cool the core are limited.

The boiling water reactors at Fukushima are protected by a Reactor Core Isolation Cooling (RCIC) system, which can operate without AC power because it is steam-driven and therefore does not require electric pumps. However, it does require DC power from batteries for its valves and controls to function.

If battery power is depleted before AC power is restored, however, the RCIC will stop supplying water to the core and the water level in the reactor core could drop. If it drops far enough, the core would overheat and the fuel would become damaged. Ultimately, a “meltdown” could occur: The core could become so hot that it forms a molten mass that melts through the steel reactor vessel. This would release a large amount of radioactivity from the vessel into the containment building that surrounds the vessel.

The containment building’s purpose is to keep radioactivity from being released into the environment. A meltdown would build up pressure in the containment building. At this point we do not know if the earthquake damaged the containment building enough to undermine its ability to contain the pressure and allow radioactivity to leak out.

According to technical documents translated by Aileen Mioko Smith of Green Action in Japan, if the coolant level dropped to the top of the active fuel rods in the core, damage to the core would begin about 40 minutes later, and damage to the reactor vessel would occur 90 minutes after that.

Concern about a serious accident is high enough that while TEPCO is trying to restore cooling the government has evacuated a 3-km (2-mile) radius area around the reactor.

Bloomberg News reported that the battery life for the RCIC system is eight hours. This means that the batteries would have been depleted before 10 a.m. EST today. It is unclear if this report is accurate, since it suggests that several hours have elapsed without any core cooling. Bloomberg also reported that Japan had secured six backup batteries and planned to transport them to the site, possibly by military helicopter. It is unclear how long this operation would take.

There also have been news reports that Fukushima Unit 2 has lost its core cooling, suggesting its RCIC stopped working, but that the situation “has been stabilized,” although it is not publicly known what the situation is. TEPCO reportedly plans to release steam from the reactor to reduce the pressure, which had risen 50% higher than normal. This venting will release some radioactivity.

More information about the cooling issue is available in this New York Times story.

We will post updates as more information becomes available.

Source: [link to allthingsnuclear.org]

Containment at Fukushima

| by Dave Lochbaum | nuclear power | nuclear power safety |

Update at 6pm EST Friday 3/11/11:

The Japanese Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency is now saying the containment pressure at Unit 1—not Unit 2, whose core cooling was said to have failed—has risen to about double its normal value.

The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has announced it will “implement measures to reduce the pressure of the reactor containment vessel for those units that cannot confirm certain level of water injection by the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System, in order to fully secure safety.” It is not clear if this refers just to Unit 1, or to the other two effected unit as well.

The increase in containment pressure resulted from the loss of alternating-current (AC) power to the reactors, which stopped the containment cooling system. There are large water-cooled air conditioning units inside containment. Motor-driven pumps send cool water to the units. Motor-driven fans blow air inside the containment across the metal tubes containing the cool water. But without AC power, the pumps and fans don’t work and can’t provide cooling. The heat radiating off the hot reactor vessel (over 500F) and the hot piping heats up the air in the containment building very rapidly, which causes an increase in pressure.

The rising pressure reduces the ability of the containment to absorb the energy released from a pipe rupture, should one occur. The volume of air in the containment building and its wall thickness are designed to contain a specified level of energy being dumped into containment. If the pressure gets too high, then an energy release like a broken pipe, should it occur, could over-pressurize the containment and cause it to fail. So emergency procedures call for venting air from the containment to reduce the pressure if it gets too high.

If the containment structure was weakened by the earthquake, then what pressure it could withstand is not known.

The reactors have a containment ventilation system that can be used to vent air from the containment building. In this situation, the vented air would be routed through a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter, charcoal beds, and another HEPA filter to remove as much radioactivity as possible before being released from a very tall stack to dilute the flow as much as possible.

If there has been no appreciable reactor core damage, the air vented from containment will contain minute but detectable amounts of radiation. The filtration systems are designed to lower that radioactivity release by nearly a factor of 100.

The latest news is that evacuation around the plants is being expanded from a 3 km to a 10 km radius, which suggests the crisis isn’t over yet.

Source: [link to allthingsnuclear.org]
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Update: Japan declares states of emergency for 5 nuclear reactors at 2 power plants; 2 workers missing at one.

[link to www.breakingnews.com]

This was located at the above link.
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The two workers got melted down.

May God have mercy on their wretched souls.
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You think anybody around the world is really gonna give a shit about them? No. People are too concerned now about themselves. Who gives a shit about the 1,000 loss of life in Japan via tsunami? Nobody except their families.

And that's how it is.

Get ready for it as hundreds of millions are about to die!

And nobody will care. And you'll be alone.

Got hope?
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According to METI's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, the Tokyo Electric 福島第二原子力&#303​30;電所 in Fukushima Prefecture, the No. 1 and No. 2, No. 4 in the three groups it can be sufficiently cooled reactor it is gone. Therefore, TEPCO Nuclear Disaster Special Measures Law, "emergency" report made to the State to inform. "Emergency" report is followed by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. NISA, the impact of the leak of radioactive material and immediately but not to the future, we need to examine whether to evacuate nearby residents.


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THREE Reactors are in freefall and WILL metdown. One is already "gone"
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translation:
According to the atomic energy safety preservation institute of the economic industrial ministry, at the Fukushima second nuclear power plant of Tokyo Electric Power which is Fukushima prefecture, it means that 1 the machine and 2 the machine, 4 in 3 bases of the machine, it has become impossible to that to cool the reactor sufficiently. Because of this, Tokyo Electric Power about did the information which informs “emergency” in the country on the basis of atomic energy contingency planning special measure law. Information of “emergency” is something which follows to the Fukushima first nuclear plant. As for atomic energy safety preservation institute, as for influence such that at once the radioactive substance leaks outside we have assumed that it is not, but in the future, evacuation of the peripheral inhabitant have decided to examine necessity. [Related news] automatic search first with the evacuation indication Fukushima second nuclear plant within the state Fukushima first nuclear 3 kilometer whose enlargement Fukushima first nuclear cooling water level is low in second nuclear emergency information nuclear evacuation indication radius 10 kilometers abnormal situation information
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Nuclear plant have emergency systems that are fully capable of safely shutting down the plant and maintaining it is Mode 5 (cold Shutdown) for at least 7 days. Granted, if the Emergency Diesel Generators were flooded they will have to rely on installed passive equipment for cooling down the reactor. The HPCI/RCIC turbines and a full torus (suppression pool) are capable of removing the decay heat generated after the unit trip.
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Pffff...Thanks for the insignificant rant.

Shits hitting the fan. Forget about your stupid wiki rant. This is real world fool, and shit is MELTING DOWN!
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Mega Doom is coming

ahhh
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Those folks in Hawaii thought they would escape doom. Get your Haz Mat suits on folks. You are about to glow green bitchez!
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I read Edgar Cayce years ago. He always mad an impact on me when a friend moved to cali in the early 80's.

Cayse seems to be off by only a few decades on his earth changing predictions.

he saw this:

The first sign of this change in the Earth's core would be the "breaking up of some conditions" in the South Pacific and "sinking or rising" in the Mediterranean or Etna area. Cayce forecast that, by the end of the century, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco would be destroyed. He said that "the greater portion of Japan must go into the sea" at this time, and that northern Europe would be "changed as in the twinkling of an eye." In 1941, Cayce predicted that lands would appear in the Atlantic and the Pacific in the coming years, and that "the coastline now of many a land will be the bed of the ocean. Even many of the battlefields of (1941) will be ocean, will be the sea, the bays, the lands over which the new order will carry on their trade as with one another."

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[link to jibtv.com]
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Headsup to OP & ALL:

Japan's NHK World News has a english version of their news site.

Link NHK World News (English Version)

[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Doom staring you right in the face BIG TIME

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Oil doom last year was NOTHING compared to this.

That was a fuss about nothing.

This shitstorm here is the real thing.

oridin
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Considering it was YOUR country who tried to take over the

uS by sneaking in and destroying the Gulf of Mexico I am not surprised you would say something like this. You sorry queen worshipping POS.
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LOL 1000x the radiation then normal near the reactor but people should not be concerned was just said on CNN.
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According to METI's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, the Tokyo Electric 福島第二原子力&#303​30;電所 in Fukushima Prefecture, the No. 1 and No. 2, No. 4 in the three groups it can be sufficiently cooled reactor it is gone. Therefore, TEPCO Nuclear Disaster Special Measures Law, "emergency" report made to the State to inform. "Emergency" report is followed by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. NISA, the impact of the leak of radioactive material and immediately but not to the future, we need to examine whether to evacuate nearby residents.


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THREE Reactors are in freefall and WILL metdown. One is already "gone"
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****YIKES!!!****
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God hates toejoes?
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Boy the greenie, anti-nuke, anti-any-energy-for-humans crowd will have a field day with this one.
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MELTDOWN ?

arent you exaggerating ?

there is a reactor which had problems with cooling due to batteries, and u.s. air force ferried batteries to that plant.
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cruise @ Turkey ----> headlessch
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a lot of things happened since cayce. the continuum is not probably the same anymore.