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Atom-Boy (OP)

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@ Cp.

you really have no clue about the Situation in and around
of Daiichi and your Mouth is that big!

You should see the first Chapter from March until July,
you Molan and super-disgusting Shill!

The Amount of released Radiation was in December 1/15.000
compared to the first Week after 3/11!


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@ Cp.

you really have no clue about the Situation in and around
of Daiichi and your Mouth is that big!

You should see the first Chapter from March until July,
you Molan and super-disgusting Shill!

The Amount of released Radiation was in December 1/15.000
compared to the first Week after 3/11!

 Quoting: Atom-Boy


well that answer the question..... cough*
bumpreta

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Riddle me this one TEPCO paid- Atom shill (you have admitted to being paid by TEPCO for posting)

Thread: so, if the fukushima radiation event is a myth why are they building an 88 km exclusion wall?
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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I never saw someone here who wrote
that 3/11 is a Myth,
but my Shift is finish now, 5am
and Moe & the others are not here,
u need to wait for them to answer your
Troll-Experiments
( u still need a lot of Training)

O Yasumi and Bye Bye!
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I never saw someone here who wrote
that 3/11 is a Myth,
but my Shift is finish now, 5am
and Moe & the others are not here,
u need to wait for them to answer your
Troll-Experiments
( u still need a lot of Training)

O Yasumi and Bye Bye!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


now yer being polite????? you truly need help.... hope they paid you well tonight.... and when you go to sleep remember there are those that think that continual 24/7/365 poisoning of people is technically murder... sleep well....

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Atom-Boy,

You are scum.
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@AC 744 instead of Bumping something useless
you should explain where and when you discovered a Lie,
because maybe you are right and i am don't
and when we don't correct each other a Forum cant work,
at least for me, i would do Blogging instead!

:Radiation-Survey:
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


If you are going to use the English language, could you at least make sense. It's the second reason why I don't take you seriously.
The first being that you are full of shit.
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i don't!
you are than i am! think proper logic!
the fail safes are well and doing fine!
i do not read fuku-diary!
misinformation is at the most!
there are reasons you need to trust our friends at tepco!
i know... do you! you do not!



ffs................ i could go on, but i'm starting to annoy myself........

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Tensions run high over restart of Japan's nuclear reactors
Japanese utilities now depend more on thermal power because they have been unable to restart their idled reactors because of growing public concerns about nuclear power since the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.

The plant was hit by a magnitude-9 earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011, which caused meltdowns at three of its six reactors and left it leaking radioactive material into the environment.

Those who have opposed the reactor restarts argued the government has not completed the investigations of the causes of the Fukushima accident, the world's worst since Chernobyl in 1986.

On Monday, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and other ministers concerned confirmed the safety of the two reactors at the Oi plant for the reactivation. They were expected to talk to local government leaders to get their consent.

Noda said in December that the Fukushima plant had been brought under control, but recent reports from its operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Co, suggested precarious situations at the complex could get worse.

The operator said in late March that the radiation level inside an outer containment vessel of one of the reactors stood at an extremely high level, indicating the existence of radioactive material from the melted fuel there.
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The government had long deceived the public about the safety of nuclear power generation, Nakajima charged.

If they ensure the safety of nuclear power plants, "why did the government build them in places like Fukui and Fukushima, which are far from major cities?" Nakajima asked.

[link to www.timeslive.co.za]

Ministers basically confirm safe to restart Oi reactors
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and three ministers confirmed Monday that two idled reactors at Kansai Electric Power Co.'s Oi nuclear power plant basically meet the government's safety standards for the resumption of operations, industry minister Yukio Edano said.

But the ministers will further examine the reactors' safety and discuss if their restart is really necessary by checking projections for electricity supply and demand this summer at their next meeting, Edano said after the day's meeting.

Their evaluation of the safety of the Oi plant's Nos. 3 and 4 reactors comes as Noda, Edano and two other ministers have been meeting frequently to consider approving their reactivation ahead of May 5, when the only nuclear reactor currently operating in Japan is due to go offline for routine checks.

Since the nuclear crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima Daiichi power plant, no Japanese reactors have resumed operation after being shut down for mandatory periodic checks, and the two Oi reactors are the first being considered by the four ministers for possible resumption.

Edano said at a press conference that the ministers judged that a medium- to long-term timetable for the implementation of nuclear safety measures, submitted by Kansai Electric earlier in the day as a step to resume the two reactors' operation, clears the government's standards.

"But since this is a very important matter, we decided to further discuss the matter to check if we missed anything," Edano said.

[link to mainichi.jp]

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Tensions run high over restart of Japan's nuclear reactors
Japanese utilities now depend more on thermal power because they have been unable to restart their idled reactors because of growing public concerns about nuclear power since the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.

The plant was hit by a magnitude-9 earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011, which caused meltdowns at three of its six reactors and left it leaking radioactive material into the environment.

Those who have opposed the reactor restarts argued the government has not completed the investigations of the causes of the Fukushima accident, the world's worst since Chernobyl in 1986.

On Monday, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and other ministers concerned confirmed the safety of the two reactors at the Oi plant for the reactivation. They were expected to talk to local government leaders to get their consent.

Noda said in December that the Fukushima plant had been brought under control, but recent reports from its operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Co, suggested precarious situations at the complex could get worse.

The operator said in late March that the radiation level inside an outer containment vessel of one of the reactors stood at an extremely high level, indicating the existence of radioactive material from the melted fuel there.
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The government had long deceived the public about the safety of nuclear power generation, Nakajima charged.

If they ensure the safety of nuclear power plants, "why did the government build them in places like Fukui and Fukushima, which are far from major cities?" Nakajima asked.

[link to www.timeslive.co.za]

Ministers basically confirm safe to restart Oi reactors
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and three ministers confirmed Monday that two idled reactors at Kansai Electric Power Co.'s Oi nuclear power plant basically meet the government's safety standards for the resumption of operations, industry minister Yukio Edano said.

But the ministers will further examine the reactors' safety and discuss if their restart is really necessary by checking projections for electricity supply and demand this summer at their next meeting, Edano said after the day's meeting.

Their evaluation of the safety of the Oi plant's Nos. 3 and 4 reactors comes as Noda, Edano and two other ministers have been meeting frequently to consider approving their reactivation ahead of May 5, when the only nuclear reactor currently operating in Japan is due to go offline for routine checks.

Since the nuclear crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima Daiichi power plant, no Japanese reactors have resumed operation after being shut down for mandatory periodic checks, and the two Oi reactors are the first being considered by the four ministers for possible resumption.

Edano said at a press conference that the ministers judged that a medium- to long-term timetable for the implementation of nuclear safety measures, submitted by Kansai Electric earlier in the day as a step to resume the two reactors' operation, clears the government's standards.

"But since this is a very important matter, we decided to further discuss the matter to check if we missed anything," Edano said.

[link to mainichi.jp]
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


pathetic set of mind-twisting..... subliminal psychology.... you and your twisted set of friends need to take a rest........
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Listen, lol and rofl

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Radiation could raise cancer death risk
Scientists in Japan say residents near the Fukushima nuclear plant face an increased risk of cancer if decontamination efforts are discontinued.

The Science Council of Japan said if decontamination work doesn't continue, some residents would likely be exposed to more than 100 millisieverts of radiation in a 30-year span, The Yomiuri Shimbun reported. That level increases the risk of death from cancer by 0.5 percent.
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If residents return to their homes when the annual radiation exposure level drops to 10 millisieverts and decontamination work doesn't continue, the residents would likely be exposed to more than 100 millisieverts over 30 years, the council said.

[link to www.upi.com]

Wildlife thriving after nuclear disaster
Radiation from the Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear accidents may not have been as harmful to wildlife as previously thought.

New research by Professor Jim Smith, of the University of Portsmouth, and colleagues from the University of the West of England has cast doubt on earlier studies on the impact on birds of the catastrophic nuclear accident at Chernobyl in April 1986.

Their findings, published in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters, are likely to also apply to wildlife at Fukushima in Japan following its nuclear disaster in 2011 and represent an important step forward in clarifying the debate on the biological effects of radiation.
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“We can’t rule out some effect on wildlife of the radiation, but wildlife populations in the exclusion zone around Chernobyl have recovered and are actually doing well and even better than before because the human population has been removed.”

Until now, scientists had thought radiation had a dramatic effect on bird populations following the Chernobyl disaster because it had caused damage to birds’ antioxidant defence mechanisms. But Professor Smith and colleagues have, for the first time, quantified this effect. Their study modelled the production of free radicals from radiation, concluding that the birds’ antioxidant mechanisms could easily cope with radiation at density levels similar to those seen at Chernobyl and Fukushima.

[link to www.clicklancashire.com]
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Listen, lol and rofl

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Radiation could raise cancer death risk
Scientists in Japan say residents near the Fukushima nuclear plant face an increased risk of cancer if decontamination efforts are discontinued.

The Science Council of Japan said if decontamination work doesn't continue, some residents would likely be exposed to more than 100 millisieverts of radiation in a 30-year span, The Yomiuri Shimbun reported. That level increases the risk of death from cancer by 0.5 percent.
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If residents return to their homes when the annual radiation exposure level drops to 10 millisieverts and decontamination work doesn't continue, the residents would likely be exposed to more than 100 millisieverts over 30 years, the council said.

[link to www.upi.com]

Wildlife thriving after nuclear disaster
Radiation from the Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear accidents may not have been as harmful to wildlife as previously thought.

New research by Professor Jim Smith, of the University of Portsmouth, and colleagues from the University of the West of England has cast doubt on earlier studies on the impact on birds of the catastrophic nuclear accident at Chernobyl in April 1986.

Their findings, published in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters, are likely to also apply to wildlife at Fukushima in Japan following its nuclear disaster in 2011 and represent an important step forward in clarifying the debate on the biological effects of radiation.
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“We can’t rule out some effect on wildlife of the radiation, but wildlife populations in the exclusion zone around Chernobyl have recovered and are actually doing well and even better than before because the human population has been removed.”

Until now, scientists had thought radiation had a dramatic effect on bird populations following the Chernobyl disaster because it had caused damage to birds’ antioxidant defence mechanisms. But Professor Smith and colleagues have, for the first time, quantified this effect. Their study modelled the production of free radicals from radiation, concluding that the birds’ antioxidant mechanisms could easily cope with radiation at density levels similar to those seen at Chernobyl and Fukushima.

[link to www.clicklancashire.com]
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


.. listen carefully to yourself... you are quoting (right or wrong) a deluded study that compares chernobyl to fukushima, when all along you have posted that there is no comparison between the two... yeah?.... seems like CP can research and has a memory as well.... but none of your posts have ever deserved to be on my blog....... yer still full of it....
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@ Mr. Talkaloto need to go back to School
because your perceptive faculty is not trained well!

And your Blog is the the most smallest one in the array
or Amateur Blogs, looks more like a Blog for Kids
between 5-8, a little bit behind the Teletubbies
but not even on the level of Sesame-Street!


Bye, Bye

Tokyo now top Tepco shareholder
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government became the largest shareholder in Tokyo Electric Power Co. at the end of March, the utility said Wednesday, after other top shareholders — Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co. and Nippon Life Insurance Co. — sold parts of their stakes.
[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

This was expensive but maybe also good,
now it is up to us, the Citizens of Tokyo
to decide the Path of Tepco and their Nuclear Reactors,
i am awaiting the next Shareholder Meeting!

37,000 tsunami-damaged vehicles stuck in limbo
More than 37,000 vehicles damaged in last year's tsunami are still being kept in temporary storage by municipalities in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures.

Disposing of the vehicles is expected to take a long time.

Many owners remain unknown because license plates and other forms of identification were lost, while auctioning off unclaimed vehicles is a lengthy process.

Thirteen months after the tsunami caused by the March 11 magnitude 9.0 quake devastated the northeast and ignited the Fukushima nuclear crisis, the land used as storage space in the prefectures remains filled with piled-up vehicles.
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The Automobile Recycling Law stipulates that local governments must obtain the consent of owners to scrap damaged vehicles. Consequently, the governments are trying to use license plates or registration documents to identify the owners.

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

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EPRI report examines Fukushima accident
The EPRI report, released 10 April, examines the underlying technical factors that lead to the loss of critical systems at the Fukushima Daiichi reactors following the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on 11 March 2011.

The report reviews the plant’s design basis for seismic and tsunami events, examines its response capabilities with respect to seismic and tsunami events, and then compares the plant’s design capabilities with the actual events in March 2011.

The analysis traced the flooding and submergence to the significant difference between the tsunami height the plant was designed for and the one that impacted the plant. “That difference limited the ability of tsunami protection and mitigation measures to effectively address the event,” EPRI said.

[link to www.neimagazine.com]

David Cameron paves way for Japanese to build nuclear power stations in UK
The prime minister, who was on his first official visit to Japan, signed an agreement on Tuesday that opened Britain's nuclear market up to "Japanese companies' technical expertise in new plant design and construction".

In return, British companies will be called upon to help the ongoing clean-up at the Fukushima plant in the wake of last year's earthquake and tsunami.

The agreement said: "Japanese companies' technical expertise in new plant design and construction, and the UK's decommissioning and waste-management experience and technology make civil nuclear co-operation particularly mutually beneficial."

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

UK firms could assist in Fukushima clean-up
The UK and Japan have agreed a framework on civil nuclear cooperation, providing the basis for UK companies to engage in multi-billion pound decommissioning opportunities in Japan.

The joint framework, agreed at the UK/Japan summit on nuclear energy, sets out that:

[link to www.neimagazine.com]
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Fukushima Daiichi Accident – Technical Causal Factor Analysis
Abstract
On March 11, 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant experienced a seismic event and subsequent tsunami. The accident and the ensuing mitigation and recovery activities occurred over several days, involved a number of incidents, and might provide several opportunities for lessons learned. The objective of this report is to determine the fundamental causative factors for the loss of critical systems at the Fukushima Daiichi reactors that resulted in core damage and subsequent radioactive release. The analytical approach used structured event information to support the identification of causal factors; this information can be used in root cause analysis and corrective action determinations.

The technical analysis traced the cause for the eventual loss of all practical cooling paths for the reactors to the tsunami's flooding of the plant protection. Specifically, the analysis identified the significant difference between the design basis tsunami height and the actual tsunami height, as well as the limitations of beyond-design-basis tsunami protection or mitigation that could address the effects of the actual event. From a causal analysis perspective, these were caused by a methodology that specified that the rupture of combinations of geological fault segments in the vicinity of the plant need not be considered in establishing the design basis tsunami height. The tsunami that occurred was caused by a combined rupture of multiple fault segments.


Read the whole Report: [link to my.epri.com]

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Fukushima accident: Criticism hits Japan's plan to restart nuclear reactors
TOKYO: Japan's plan to restart two offline nuclear reactors came under fire today from media and environmental groups amid doubts over the safety of atomic power after the Fukushima accident.

"It is hard to understand why the government is in such a haste to restart the reactors," the major daily Mainichi Shimbun said in an editorial, adding that more thorough checks were needed to ensure safety.

The government of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda announced on Friday that it was safe and necessary to restart the reactors at the Oi nuclear power plant in western Japan, which could help prevent power shortages in the summer months.

Only one of Japan's 54 reactors -- in northernmost Hokkaido -- is in operation at present, but it is scheduled to be shut down for maintenance work in May.

[link to economictimes.indiatimes.com]
Fukushima-Flower
Japan may be 'momentarily' without nuclear power
Japan may go "momentarily" without nuclear power next month when the only one reactor still in operation shuts down for maintenance work, the country's industry minister warned Sunday.

Yukio Edano made the comment as the government prepared to restart two offline nuclear reactors amid criticism from media and environmental groups sceptical over the safety of atomic power after the Fukushima accident.

"The number of nuclear reactors operating across the country may go down to zero, perhaps momentarily, from May 6," he said in a seminar in Tokushima, western Japan.

The government of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda announced on Friday that it was safe and necessary to restart the reactors at the Oi nuclear power plant in western Japan, which could help prevent power shortages in the summer months.

Only one of Japan's 54 reactors -- in northernmost Hokkaido -- is in operation at present, but it is scheduled to be shut down for maintenance work on May 5.

But it was not certain if and when the government could gain approval from regional authorities around the Oi plant for the reactors to be restarted amid persistent public distrust.
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Edano on Saturday called on the governor of Fukui, where the Oi plant is located. The governor, Issei Nishikawa, did not give an immediate response to his request for approval
of the plan.

But the major daily Mainichi Shimbun said Sunday: "It is hard to understand why the government is in such a haste to restart the reactors."
[link to www.google.com]

In Japan they need a Sign from the Town-Major
but the Majors cant sign the Restart of the Nuclear Plants
without loosing their Voters!


And here a official Explanation of the Interim Report:


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@atom-boy

effectiveness of dis-information.... 0%

please don't delude yourself... people now come to see your threads for entertainment value only.....

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@ Cp

You are a Fascist and there is no way around!

Trolleringer
Is your filthy Mother still dancing in front of 7/11
for a few coins of Beer Money?

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Press Release (Apr 16,2012)
General Plan and Start of Main Work of the Cover for Fuel Removal of Unit 4 in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station

Based on "Mid-to-Long-Term Roadmap towards the Decommissioning of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 1-4" which was announced on Dec. 21, 2011, we started the preparation work for the installation of the cover for fuel removal of Unit 4 on Mar. 23, 2012.

We would like to inform that we will start the main work for the installation of the cover for fuel removal on Apr. 17.

As the first step of the main work, we will conduct the foundation improvement work in order to strengthen the foundation which supports the foundation of the frame for supporting the crane which is a part of the cover for fuel removal.

At the same time, we will conduct the countermeasure to prevent rainwater from penetrating into Unit 4 Reactor Building.

Attachment: General plan of the cover for fuel removal of Unit 4 in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (PDF 121KB)

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

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Bread and bequerels: a year of living dangerously
Unfortunately, staying healthy in the atomic age is far from easy, particularly after the nuclear accident in Fukushima. 2012 is already showing the telltale signs of radiation exposure — a weird one-day excrescence at the end of February certainly doesn't bode well for the future.

My overall impression is that without decisive intervention from the central government, the do-it-yourself approach to survival is the only one that really works. God helps those who help themselves, after all. You don't need to be a believer to agree, but who knows, perhaps a touch of faith might help.

One year has passed since the nuclear accident at Fukushima, and very few things seem to have improved — or even changed, for that matter — since last March. I am among those who initially believed the reassuring words of those people who, sometimes in good faith, downplayed the risks of possible radioactive contamination. Also, as my family lives in Yokohama, I rather naively felt that we were a safe enough distance away from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant.

I began to suspect something was wrong when I heard about groups of parents who were organizing in the Kanto region to put pressure on the government and local authorities to come clean about the true extent of radioactive .........

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Migrating birds to be checked for radiation on Kamchatka

Up to 100,000 geese and almost a million ducks come to Kamchatka in spring. The birds may have made nests on the Japanese Islands, or may have flown through radiation-hit areas following the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident.

[link to english.ruvr.ru]

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Fukushima miscarriage rate stable
Counter to rumor, Fukushima Prefecture has not seen rising rates of miscarriages or abortions due to radiation exposure — or fear of it — since the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11 last year, a survey reveals.

The finding suggests that radiation released from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, or stress related to it, has probably not seriously affected the physical or mental health of pregnant women in Fukushima.

"Of course, we didn't believe the rumor, but we just wanted to confirm that it was groundless," said Fukushima Medical University professor Keiya Fujimori, who led the survey team.
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They found there were about 10 miscarriages and about 18 abortions per 100 pregnancies, essentially the same rates as before the quake, he said.

The national average for miscarriages is about 10 percent. And although 18 percent is higher than the national average for abortions, Fukushima's rate has tended to be higher than other prefectures, he added.

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Modeling nuclear radiation
After an earthquake and tsunami damaged the Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, on March 11, 2011, an unknown quantity of radioactive material was released into the surrounding air and sea. NCAR scientists and their Japanese colleagues are working to get a better picture of radioactive fallout from the event.

By assessing the fuel rods that melted during the event, scientists and engineers are approaching a consensus on the total amount of radioactive material released from Daiichi. What remains unclear, however, is how much ended up on land and how much in the sea. The complexity of the disaster—which included multiple explosions and continuous release, along with rainfall during the incident—complicates any estimates.

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oh! you are alive!..... thank goodness.. i mean, the fate of mankind does rest on your ridiculous shoulders and statements....

what have you done to save the world through TEPCO payments today?

I am so glad we have you to lean on to resolve this issue through fruity and ridiculously vague testaments....


you are TEPCO!
these are right and not wrong!
be afraid but not!
always correct things bring flowers in the night!
must exclamation all sentences!
i work for a think tank as does moe and the other work shift
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CP and ELE are incorrect!
i use other websites when useful, but deny they are of any use when they do not suit my purpose!
day is night!, but it is not!, radiation is not apparent when there is no breach of nuclear containment as it is not proven, though i do think something may have happened though it has not!


ffs...... enough is enough..... tepco statements from you?... proof in the pudding....
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@ Cp.
Your tiny (as a Peanuts) Head must be really broken
but i know this is normal for the Kids
of alcoholic Troll Mother who dance in front of the
local 7/11 Shop for a few coins of Beer-Money!
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make statements about me sunshine not my mother....... i will kick yer arse if you ever come near me for dishonoring my family... particularly my mother... now you are being personal... another sign of your inability to debate... and towhit to post personal details that you have trolled about me is illegal... remember?..... moreover.... i checked your karma points... they are banked up majorly by reporting abusive posts.. wonder why that is mr tepco.....

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WTF Atom boy?
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When he is not playing nice i don't see any Points
in being Fair!

How this Guy can be so rude?
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When he is not playing nice i don't see any Points
in being Fair!

How this Guy can be so rude?
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it seems like someone has not read the terms of service agreement....
i would argue the removal of this user under the conditions of fair use, and illegal activities, that may illicit further complications within the terms and conditions as agreed to on the outset of agreement, and that there is a definitive display and evidence of behavior eluding to and evidencing as such ....

to place user names and locations is illegal.

to slur user names and comments in a slurring manner is against the TAC

further, to make claims of harm against another user is not only illegal, but dangerous

the above is documented in chat

whilst not the largest mind in the world, i do believe these still are rights and need to be addressed...

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You can argue points all day, just don't get into personal information(which you have many times over the last year). That's not cool.

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You can argue points all day, just don't get into personal information. That's not cool.
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and thank you spud for looking into this straight up

i will not abide, nor tolerate, spurious, threatening commentary about personal others that place a fear over the internet based on a difference of opinion over the internet.

i will not have my personal details splashed all over the place by someone who does not know me, nor using my business details to cajole me into emancipated agreement.

These things are unacceptable on an adult conversational site, and need to be addressed.

thank you for your help.

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You can argue points all day, just don't get into personal information. That's not cool.
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But do you see what's going on here with that Guy
and a few other?

He started this rude behavior with calling me out,
creating Threads about me, going to other Forums
to mobilize People with the statement I am Pro-Nuke,
etc.

He should not play this Games when he is not in a Winning Position!
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You've apparently admitted to being paid for your time and posts here by TEPCO.

Honestly, logically, can you not understand your own situation in regards to credibility?
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