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Long-term nuclear evacuees should get 6 mil. yen each: gov't panel
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Japan using overseas food aid to help dispel contamination fears

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan and the U.N. World Food Program exchanged notes Friday on using certified-safe food products from disaster-hit eastern Japan as overseas aid as a way to dispel fears over radioactive contamination.

Using 1 billion yen in a supplementary budget for fiscal 2011 ending this month, the WFP will procure canned fish products made in Aomori, Iwate, Ibaraki and Chiba prefectures and provide Cambodia and four other developing countries with these products for school lunches and other purposes, Japanese officials said.
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Island off Miyagi hit by 43-meter tsunami
A Japanese scientist says a tsunami about 43 meters high hit an island off Miyagi Prefecture after the earthquake on March 11th of last year.

University of Tokyo Associate Professor Yoshinobu Tsuji has been conducting a survey of tsunami damage in Japan's northeast.

He determined that the tsunami reached a height of 43 meters at the deserted island called Kasagaijima.
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Island off Miyagi hit by 43-meter tsunami
A Japanese scientist says a tsunami about 43 meters high hit an island off Miyagi Prefecture after the earthquake on March 11th of last year.

University of Tokyo Associate Professor Yoshinobu Tsuji has been conducting a survey of tsunami damage in Japan's northeast.

He determined that the tsunami reached a height of 43 meters at the deserted island called Kasagaijima.
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Wow, that picture is incredible. It just missed going over the whole top of the island.
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Foreign visitors to Japan down in February
The number of foreign visitors to Japan in February was down 19 percent from the figure a year earlier, for the 12th consecutive month of decline.

The drop is attributed to the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant and the strong yen.
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03/17/2012 05:17 PM

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checkout what they knew years ago.......

[link to fukushima-diary.com]

now times that by 3......
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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03/17/2012 05:36 PM
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Watch and look out!

The assholes will get tired of all the exposure regarding the malignant behaviour.

Reach the point of saying Fuck-it, I don't give a Rat's Ass anymore.

Go Kamakazi...Throw-Down...Pull the cooling systems out of every Nuke Plant in the Country.

Let them ALL overheat, and make everyone "SHUT THE FUCK UP" permanently.

Kill me now...or kill me later.

Kill all the worthless assholes...we are dead anyway, our Nation is in Ruin...if we are going to die...so are YOU!

It is feasable?
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Over 40% of Fukushima children do not understand much about radiation
A total of 95 out of 225 children, or 42 percent of respondents to a Kyodo News poll, who evacuated from areas near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant but still reside in Fukushima Prefecture, said they do not understand much about radiation, according to the result of the survey released Sunday.

When asked about radiation, a total of 103 children, or 46 percent, said they are afraid of it in response to a multiple-choice question, but among them, 84 children said they became aware of the risks of radiation for the first time after the disaster at the crippled complex.
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Watch and look out!

The assholes will get tired of all the exposure regarding the malignant behaviour.

Reach the point of saying Fuck-it, I don't give a Rat's Ass anymore.

Go Kamakazi...Throw-Down...Pull the cooling systems out of every Nuke Plant in the Country.

Let them ALL overheat, and make everyone "SHUT THE FUCK UP" permanently.

Kill me now...or kill me later.

Kill all the worthless assholes...we are dead anyway, our Nation is in Ruin...if we are going to die...so are YOU!

It is feasable?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12087471


Why would they? The propaganda campaign is working.
If you don't think so, try talking to a regular joe about fallout.

They think it's over.
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Rough Week for Omaha’s Nuke Plant
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Judges grill NRC over spent-fuel muddle
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Most fuel is stored in pools at reactor sites.

In 2008, NRC conceded in a draft report that a repository might not now be available until 50 or 60 years after the expiration of reactor licenses, but in its 2010 order it nevertheless concluded that there was no significant impact on the environment of storing spent fuel at each site. There are currently 10 decommissioned reactors, at nine sites, where fuel is stored.

The commission declined to complete an environmental impact statement under NEPA, which environmental groups requested.

During today's oral argument, the judges appeared as frustrated by the failure to construct a national repository as most of the lawyers in the courtroom.

Judge David Tatel even floated a radical solution: that the court could potentially rule that NRC could not issue any new licenses until there is a national repository available.

"That would resolve the political dispute," he said. "There would be a lot of pressure on Congress to fix it."

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That would chap some asses, for real...
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No Confidence in Nuclear Energy
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During the 2008 campaign, then-Senator Obama promised that the enormous government project would be shut down. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has since allowed Yucca Mountain's application as a viable deposit site to be withdrawn, signaling President Obama's victory, say Jack Spencer and Cornelius Milmoe of the Heritage Foundation.

By consciously choosing to ignore the Nuclear Waste Policy Act, the NRC has essentially defied an explicit mandate of Congress. However, Congress can reassert itself and repair the damage of this NRC decision by taking two courses of action:

•Force the NRC to make a final decision on Yucca Mountain instead of putting the issue off indefinitely in violation of the three-year cap imposed by the Nuclear Waste Policy Act.

•Reaffirm that the national government is responsible for the management of SNF, thereby placing the onus of action on a specific party for future progress.

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Seems to be a habit of the dems...
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Okinawa and disaster-struck Tohoku region sacrificed for Tokyo: Okinawan novelist
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In other words, political discrimination.

The islands have been a part of Japan only since the late 1800s, when the Meiji government annexed the Ryukyu Kingdom and eventually renamed it Okinawa Prefecture. After the San Francisco Peace Treaty and the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty were signed in 1951, Okinawa Prefecture was put under U.S. military administration. As a result, while Okinawa constituted a mere 0.6 percent of Japan's land area, more than 70 percent of U.S. military bases in Japan were built there. Meanwhile, the Tohoku region, which relied heavily on the agricultural and natural resource industries, became an enormous source of labor for Tokyo. Furthermore, the electrical power produced by nuclear power plants that have been built in high concentrations in de-populated areas has not benefitted local communities, but rather Tokyo and other major metropolitan areas.

Both the numerous incidents and accidents that occur because of the military bases in Okinawa and the dangers of nuclear disasters in Tohoku have ostensibly been set off with massive subsidies handed out to local communities. However, we've arrived at a point now where we can no longer overlook the history of the weak being placed at the mercy of national policies, or the contradictions and inconsistencies that have long been left unaddressed.
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TEPCO admits hiring another former gov't official after Fukushima meltdowns
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Overall, the utility had hired 49 former civil servants as of the end of February this year, including those recruited before the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Among the 49 former officials, seven were from the JCG, two from the Forestry Agency, two from the Meteorological Agency, one from the Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ministry, one from the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, one from the National Police Agency, 30 from local police departments, and five from local governments.

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Awaiting a nuclear tsunami?
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What worries me is that we have deliberately set in motion a huge nuclear tsunami that will engulf the planet in the next few years. Today, 31 countries are operating 441 nuclear reactors, generating 380 gigawatts of power and contributing 14 percent of the electricity consumed in the world. Of these reactors, more than 50 are already in the "aged" category and many more will outlive their life in coming years. It is doubtful whether we can ever decommission the aged reactors fully.

Sixty more reactors are under construction and 150 more are in the planning stage. China plans to expand its nuclear capacity from the existing 10 gigawatts to 200 gigawatts by 2020! India plans to add 45 gigawatts by 2030-2031 to its existing 5 gigawatts. South Korea plans to add 10 gigawatts to its existing capacity of 18.7 gigawatts. Eleven more countries are going to join the nuclear bandwagon very soon. Where are we heading?

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Time for antinuclear protests
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[snip]

At least 20,000 antinuclear protesters took to the parks and streets of the country to show their resolve against nuclear power. As the government mulls restarting the country's nuclear reactors, the voices of the people are increasingly being heard on the issue of Japan's future energy policy.

Protesters targeted the main office of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco), whose officials have yet to be held accountable for the disastrous management of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant before and after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.

With protests so widespread in Japan, one might think the government would be paying attention. The protests are a way of asking questions and demanding answers. So far, the government and Tepco officials have been less than forthcoming in their explanations of how and why the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant happened.

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Emergency drill held at Ohi nuclear plant
An emergency drill was held at the Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui Prefecture on Sunday.

It came ahead of the release of the Nuclear Safety Commission's review of the stress tests that the plant must pass in order to resume operations.

The operator of the plant, Kansai Electric Power Company, carried out the drill to check if the safety procedures can prevent an accident like the one at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

In the drill, the reactors were assumed to have lost all power after tsunami induced by an earthquake off Wakasa Bay hit the plant -- a situation similar to what happened in Fukushima a year ago.
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State pledges all-out support for debris disposal
Japan's government has pledged its all-out support for local governments that help dispose of the huge quantity of debris from the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th last year.

The government, which has asked regional authorities to join disposal efforts, acknowledged in a statement on Sunday that the state has clear responsibility for the disposal.

The government also says it will foot the necessary costs and extend support to build new disposal sites when existing ones become full.

Kanagawa Prefecture and some other local governments have said they will accept the rubble from the hardest-hit areas in northeastern Japan. But many residents have expressed concern over radioactive contamination from the Fukushima nuclear accident.
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Evaluation on Ohi stress test results imminent
The Nuclear Safety Commission says it may release its evaluation of the stress-test results on 2 nuclear reactors at a nuclear power plant in central Japan by the end of the week.

Commission Chairman Haruki Madarame told reporters on Monday that the commission's first-ever decision on stress-test results could be out before the week's end.
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Osaka to propose doing away with nuclear power
The City of Osaka wants Kansai Electric Power to draw up plans to exit nuclear power and pursue large-scale renewable energy generation instead. The city is the utility's largest single shareholder, with about 9 percent of its stock.

Osaka has finalized a set of proposals suggesting that KEPCO decommission all of its nuclear power plants as soon as possible.
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Ikata nuclear plant likely to pass safety test
Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency is to endorse the results of an initial safety stress test on an idled reactor at a nuclear power plant in Ehime Prefecture, western Japan.

The government agency is set to report to the Nuclear Safety Commission that the so-called stress test on the No. 3 reactor at Ikata nuclear plant of Shikoku Electric Power Company was carried out appropriately.

The stress testing at the Ikata plant is the nation's second, the first being on 2 reactors at Kansai Electric Power Company's Ohi plant in Fukui Prefecture.

The safety commission is undertaking a final examination of the results of the stress tests at the Ohi plant. The government will decide whether to give the green light to restarting the 2 Ohi reactors on the basis of the commission's judgment.
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[link to www.ucsusa.org]



Instead of subsidies to nuclear power, we should have subsidized renewable energy. By now, after billions of dollars, energy would be free.
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Instead of subsidies to nuclear power, we should have subsidized renewable energy. By now, after billions of dollars, energy would be free.
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If we stopped right now, shut down all nuclear plants and deal with the freaking mess they've made of it, the costs would be astronomical.

Consider the actual price of nuclear power.

The spent fuel storage alone, thousands upon thousands of tons. Trillions of dollars.

Decommissioning all the reactors...

[snip]


In USA, utilities are collecting 0.1 to 0.2 cents/kWh to fund decommissioning. They must then report regularly to the NRC on the status of their decommissioning funds. About two thirds of the total estimated cost of decommissioning all US nuclear power reactors has already been collected, leaving a liability of about $9 billion to be covered over the remaining operating lives of 104 reactors (on basis of average $320 million per unit).
[link to www.world-nuclear.org]

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So... roughly 480 million per unit.

People are already paying for something that hasn't even happened.

It is disgusting what they have done.
We could have covered the planet with solar panels...

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States with nuclear waste stored and amounts.

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[link to www.nei.org]
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Yes, and we have that lovely little kicker that says we will also store spent fuel from places we have exported fuel rods too. Nice, eh?
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I notice atom-boy is still at it.....


The radiation is spreading as I thought it would. They are starting to find plutonium a long way away from fukushima.

There seems to be more news coming out as to radiation in people, thanks to doctors and scientists who are sick of the coverup.

They are starting to realise that caesium is not the only isotope out there, and they are stating to see that checking for caesium is only a small part of the job.

Whats with the hydrogen buildups?

I wonder whats happening at number 4?

They are stating that they cant even send humans into 1,2,3 any more??


And all the while atom-boy is still at it.

he keeps saying there is containment? and even though he says he understands the situation, he still attempts to downplay the whole thing. Total shill if you ask me.

Hes really starting to cop it on his thread now. You know the "stop comparing fukushima to chernobyl"

The man just doesnt seem to get it. Deep down I think he means well, and is simply hoping against hope itself.

This time next year, (given that we are still here?) the deaths will start in earnest. As people get sicker and sicker the truth will come out. It is just a matter of time now.

After another year or even less there will be a huge outcry from the medical world. You just cant hide the truth forever. Even though thats what Tepco and the japanese government is trying to do.

They havebnt been putting water on number 1 for ages, I wonder whats happening there?

I havent heard much about the rising temperaturs in number 2 lately.

I truly think that with japan stating there huge debt the other day, (3.5 trillion!!!) they are very worried about going broke. They are in so much trouble that they will do anything now to "keep the peace"

2012 is starting to look very real. "Wars and rumours of wars" "earthquakes in various places" etc etc etc
Solar storms, wierd weather, collapsing jet streams, birds falling out of the sky etc etc etc

And now it seems that all the nuclear reactors in the world are seemingly falling apart at the seams? leaking, going offline, lately its been incredible.

I am just amazed. If I didnt have the ability to talk the legs of a chair I would be speechless.

Still, I have an armchair view, I should be thankfull of that at the very least. To witness the end of the world, the extinction of the species (all of them)

Oh and not to mention comets flying into the sun.

I am so lucky to be alive to witness all this. When I think of all those people who "lived" the years of "peace" after ww2, the fantastic fifties, the rocking sixties, even the flaired out seventies.

They totally missed out didnt they?

Um, wait a minute..............
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I notice atom-boy is still at it.....


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It's kind of amazing that so many were fooled for so long by his [their] little charade. I must admit I was too, for a short while. I was suspicious even on fuku 1 thread but he [they] seemed to be genuine.

What gave him [them] away was his [their] lapses into perfect english when irritated. He [they] are more careful, now.

Atom-bot is beating a dead horse now, 'tho. I believe his [their] credibility is shot.

And I agree with you...

Strange times we are in.

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Fukushima around us

Nuclear power industry needs drastic overhaul

Throughout the past year, the government and state utility officials have said what happened in Fukushima, Japan, could never occur here. First, they said, Korea is free from big earthquakes and tsunamis, and second, the nation’s nuclear power plants are armed with double ― even triple ― safety systems.

One new report after another show they may be right about the former, but are dead wrong on the latter.

The news about the 12-minute power blackout at Gori No.1 Power Plant in northern Busan in early February and its month-long cover-up sent shivers down the spines of most Koreans last week. More surprisingly, follow-up reports say the controversial power station operated for nearly 10 days without any backup systems, as the emergency diesel generator broke down again after a couple of days, which few knew about.

Worse yet, they also failed initially to set in motion the third fallback device ― a hand generator ― either because it was also broken or they had no experience running it, or both. What a perfect triple safety system!

Together these reports tell Fukushima is never a neighboring country’s story. The only difference is while the Japanese disaster was the combination of natural disaster and human error, it is possible that a Korean version would be completely man-made, making it much more shameful and inexcusable.
[link to www.koreatimes.co.kr]
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Fukushima around us

Nuclear power industry needs drastic overhaul

Throughout the past year, the government and state utility officials have said what happened in Fukushima, Japan, could never occur here. First, they said, Korea is free from big earthquakes and tsunamis, and second, the nation’s nuclear power plants are armed with double ― even triple ― safety systems.

 Quoting: Southern OR



I read a lot of stuff that I don't post because there is too much. These little mishaps occur on a daily basis at nuke plants everywhere, here and elsewhere. We hear about very few of them.

If everybody knew what I know, they would freak out.
But, thankfully for the sheep, the nukesters keep most of it to themselves...

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Nuclear power industry needs drastic overhaul

Throughout the past year, the government and state utility officials have said what happened in Fukushima, Japan, could never occur here. First, they said, Korea is free from big earthquakes and tsunamis, and second, the nation’s nuclear power plants are armed with double ― even triple ― safety systems.

 Quoting: Southern OR



I read a lot of stuff that I don't post because there is too much. These little mishaps occur on a daily basis at nuke plants everywhere, here and elsewhere. We hear about very few of them.

If everybody knew what I know, they would freak out.
But, thankfully for the sheep, the nukesters keep most of it to themselves...

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I never really looked before Fukushima. Sad really, it took a historical disaster for me to pay attention. Even sadder are the number of people that didn't start paying attention!
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