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Amazing. They act like they are performing a public service rather than fulfilling their responsibilities...


Removing nuclear waste, one shipment at a time
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"The Lab's 1,000th shipment of transuranic waste recently left Los Alamos, on its way to a permanent repository near Carlsbad, NM."

Heh, guess people in Carlsbad are pissed off... house prices going down even more...
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I wonder what they mean by 'permanent'?
Certainly not what the word actually means.
 Quoting: Waterbug


I wonder about that as well. I guess "permanent" sounds better than "until we figure out a final solution".
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Amazing. They act like they are performing a public service rather than fulfilling their responsibilities...


Removing nuclear waste, one shipment at a time
[link to www.lanl.gov]
 Quoting: Waterbug


"The Lab's 1,000th shipment of transuranic waste recently left Los Alamos, on its way to a permanent repository near Carlsbad, NM."

Heh, guess people in Carlsbad are pissed off... house prices going down even more...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


I wonder what they mean by 'permanent'?
Certainly not what the word actually means.
 Quoting: Waterbug


I wonder about that as well. I guess "permanent" sounds better than "until we figure out a final solution".
 Quoting: Southern OR


Or, the actual truth of the matter.. 'we don't have a fucking clue..'
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Spent Nuclear Fuel a Growing Concern, GAO Reports
Since the proposed Yucca Mountain National Nuclear Waste Repository in Nevada became a memory in 2009, America's commercial nuclear reactors have accumulated nearly 70,000 metric tons of radioactive nuclear waste. Sooner-than-later, the lack of a place to dispose of it will become a real problem, says the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

As the GAO states in its report to Congress, spent nuclear fuel is "one of the most hazardous substances created by humans." And with no permanent disposal site on the federal drawing board, all 70,000 tons of it remains stored at reactor sites in 33 states. About 74% is simply stored in pools of water, while only 26% has been transferred to slightly more secure dry storage casks.

Worse yet, reports the GAO, if a new permanent nuclear waste disposal site were approved today, it would be at least 40 years before the facility could begin accepting shipments. During that time, the amount of spent nuclear fuel would at least double to over 140,000 tons, according to the GAO.
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"The Lab's 1,000th shipment of transuranic waste recently left Los Alamos, on its way to a permanent repository near Carlsbad, NM."

Heh, guess people in Carlsbad are pissed off... house prices going down even more...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


I wonder what they mean by 'permanent'?
Certainly not what the word actually means.
 Quoting: Waterbug


I wonder about that as well. I guess "permanent" sounds better than "until we figure out a final solution".
 Quoting: Southern OR


Or, the actual truth of the matter.. 'we don't have a fucking clue..'
 Quoting: Waterbug


Spent Nuclear Fuel a Growing Concern, GAO Reports
Since the proposed Yucca Mountain National Nuclear Waste Repository in Nevada became a memory in 2009, America's commercial nuclear reactors have accumulated nearly 70,000 metric tons of radioactive nuclear waste. Sooner-than-later, the lack of a place to dispose of it will become a real problem, says the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

As the GAO states in its report to Congress, spent nuclear fuel is "one of the most hazardous substances created by humans." And with no permanent disposal site on the federal drawing board, all 70,000 tons of it remains stored at reactor sites in 33 states. About 74% is simply stored in pools of water, while only 26% has been transferred to slightly more secure dry storage casks.

Worse yet, reports the GAO, if a new permanent nuclear waste disposal site were approved today, it would be at least 40 years before the facility could begin accepting shipments. During that time, the amount of spent nuclear fuel would at least double to over 140,000 tons, according to the GAO.
[link to usgovinfo.about.com]
 Quoting: Southern OR


wow... i'm getting to old to worry.... guess i'll either be dead.. so it won't worry me... or i'll be somewhere looking down going... what have we done?.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Perhaps we should forward the GAO article to those nice folks in New Mexico. I don't think they understand "permanent".
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New nuclear regulatory body not to continue "stress tests"
Japan's new nuclear regulatory authority will not continue the current procedure to assess the safety of reactors for their reactivation because it plans to create fresh criteria, the authority's head Shunichi Tanaka said Monday.

"We will not use 'stress tests' as our judgment criteria," Tanaka said in an interview with Kyodo News, referring to the two-stage safety examination process that the government introduced after the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi complex erupted in March last year.
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Nuclear Energy's Limp Causing Uranium Prices to Stumble
When the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami knocked out Japan’s Fukushima nuclear reactors, they also took down the price of uranium. The hesitance to resume nuclear operations not only in Japan but also elsewhere in the world has caused the demand for the nuclear feedstock to diminish.
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Finland...

Reactor shutdown at Fortum's Loviisa nuclear power plant unit 1
Fortum's Loviisa nuclear power plant's reactor unit 1 was driven to shutdown
today, on 24 September at 12.43 EEST due to a stoppage of a feedwater pump. The
incident did not cause any danger to personell, environment or the power plant.
[link to www.nucpros.com]
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Finland...

Reactor shutdown at Fortum's Loviisa nuclear power plant unit 1
Fortum's Loviisa nuclear power plant's reactor unit 1 was driven to shutdown
today, on 24 September at 12.43 EEST due to a stoppage of a feedwater pump. The
incident did not cause any danger to personell, environment or the power plant.
[link to www.nucpros.com]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


finland.. the worlds most boasted 'mid-term' storage repository in the history of nuke power.. go figure.. don't ice fish or sauna to the lake swim............ i'm from a finish family.. they don't love it..... btw.. the russians loved dumping/ duping stuff there and using their ports after WWII.. go figure...

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 09/25/2012 09:38 AM
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Fukushima Daiichi Unit 3 Pool Debris Removal

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FERMI: EMERGENCY RESPONSE DATA SYSTEM PROCESS COMPUTER DATA SERVER FAILURE
At 04:07 EDT on September 24, 2012, Fermi 2 experienced a failure of a data server within the Process Computer system. The failure of the data server does affect data input to the server providing information to the Emergency Response Data System (ERDS). ERDS is currently not receiving updated information from Fermi data systems. This loss in capability is being reported as a loss of assessment capability in accordance with 10 CFR 50.72(b)(3)(xiii).
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NRC APPROVES INCREASED POWER OUTPUT FOR ST. LUCIE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT UNIT 2
The NRC has approved a power uprate request by FP&L that will increase the power output of St. Lucie Unit 2 by 17 percent, from approximately 853 to 1,002 megawatts electric.

A similar uprate was approved July 9 for St. Lucie Unit 1. The two pressurized-water reactors are located approximately 10 miles southeast of Ft. Pierce, Fla.
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Entire Northern Hemisphere During a Relatively Short Period of Time”
Posted on September 18, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog
“Little Dissipation Occurred … Due to the Nature of the Rapid Global Air Circulation System”
We warned mere days after the Japanese earthquake that the West Coast of North America could be hit with radiation.

Our concerns – unfortunately – have been validated. See this and this.

The peer-reviewed scientific journal Science of the Total Environment reports:

Massive amounts of anthropogenic radionuclides were released from the nuclear reactors located in Fukushima (northeastern Japan) between 12 and 16 March 2011 following the earthquake and tsunami. Ground level air radioactivity was monitored around the globe immediately after the Fukushima accident. This global effort provided a unique opportunity to trace the surface air mass movement at different sites in the Northern Hemisphere.

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The analysis of the air mass forward movements during 12th -16th March showed that the air mass was displaced eastward from the Fukushima area and bifurcated into a northern and a southern branch outside of Japan (Fig. 3). This eastward bifurcation of air masses is in agreement with the simulation of the potential dispersion of the radioactive cloud after the nuclear accident of Fukushima (Weather OnlineWebsite of United Kingdom, UK, 2012).

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I loled hard about Cp's Fearmongering,

please visit the original Source at:
[link to clasweb.clas.wayne.edu]

and have a look for the amounts they measured!

Rofl

The Problem may be that Cp's Brain is to small to understand this!

A global network of ground air radioactivity monitoring in the
Northern Hemisphere registered that contamination from the Fukushima
accident dispersed from Asia to Europe (Fukushima→USA→Europe) and
to South Korea with very similar atmospheric air 134Cs activity
concentration (~0.3 mBq m-3) outside of Japan by the end of March
(Lozano et al., 2011; KINS, 2011).


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I loled hard about Cp's Fearmongering,

please visit the original Source at:
[link to clasweb.clas.wayne.edu]

and have a look for the amounts they measured!

Rofl

The Problem may be that Cp's Brain is to small to understand this!

A global network of ground air radioactivity monitoring in the
Northern Hemisphere registered that contamination from the Fukushima
accident dispersed from Asia to Europe (Fukushima→USA→Europe) and
to South Korea with very similar atmospheric air 134Cs activity
concentration (~0.3 mBq m-3) outside of Japan by the end of March
(Lozano et al., 2011; KINS, 2011).

 Quoting: the mighty Atom


you've been telling us you work from TEPCO payouts and proud of it.... not to mention your tirade of abuse at those that disagree withyou.. not to mention that you insult others with a differeing opinion.. go home, ask mom to whipe your bum... and go back to bed... or do you need me to paste all of your random, and uninportant statements here (i have them).... ;)..... go away little man... or stay.. your slathering of insults and diatribe have no import on this matter.....

spamming my karma, creating a new account for yourself... dude... go get a hobby...

..didn't watch the vid did ya?!.......
maybe hire a translator dude.....


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twitter: @citizenperth
“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.”
- Albert Einstein
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Tiny wimpy Wanker (Cp) wrote:
you've been telling us you work from TEPCO payouts and proud of it....

Please show that in a Context, you Liar!

There is nothing, absolutely nothing coming from your Side
that can disprove me, nada, nothing because your Brain is weak and i am, mostly, right!!

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Tiny wimpy Wanker (Cp) wrote:
you've been telling us you work from TEPCO payouts and proud of it....

Please show that in a Context, you Liar!

There is nothing, absolutely nothing coming from your Side
that can disprove me, nada, nothing because your Brain is weak and i am, mostly, right!!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


being that you change "atom boy", to "the mighty atom". or "atom the arshole" means diddly-shit little squire... in that anon on the internet is the rage you might "secret-squirrel" for a while.. here's what broke your camels back (poor animal having to fuss with you).. and see.. i can respond without you scoring points on your other account... nice... you gave yourself up through your lack of intelligent diaflection... that is (because i am talking to a child)... that the way that you type always gives you away.... you and you little TEPCO friends... we know what time, and who you are... nice..... please, go check your rad clip on if you haven't lost it, and send a pick of you drinking the harmless water that has been cleansed...

you squoogie woogie little warrior for rightiousness you *perk....

yer up for whale analysis right?...

not get your finger out to man up on the video thread???.. thought not.....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 09/26/2012 03:02 AM
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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.”
- Albert Einstein
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Cp, you are serious sick/ should not drink Alcohol in Mass!

But i don't mind, whole Glp is full of Lunatics Rofl

Muslims, Gay, Pedos, Obama, Nibiru, Reptiles, 12/12, Ele- and F'Shima, sadly all mixed up!




I am out, this is tooooooooooo stupid,

CU

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Irradiated bear going crazy...

82-year-old woman dies after apparent bear attack in Fukushima
FUKUSHIMA — An 82-year-old woman died after apparently being attacked by a bear in Kitaka City, Fukushima Prefecture, on Wednesday morning.

According to police, the woman’s body was found at around 8:30 a.m. in a field by her home, where she had gone to work, TBS reported. She had bite marks on her head and a bear’s footprints were seen around the body.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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Irradiated bear going crazy...

82-year-old woman dies after apparent bear attack in Fukushima
FUKUSHIMA — An 82-year-old woman died after apparently being attacked by a bear in Kitaka City, Fukushima Prefecture, on Wednesday morning.

According to police, the woman’s body was found at around 8:30 a.m. in a field by her home, where she had gone to work, TBS reported. She had bite marks on her head and a bear’s footprints were seen around the body.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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it was AB in bear-shoes after getting dissed.....
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- Albert Einstein
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"The Lab's 1,000th shipment of transuranic waste recently left Los Alamos, on its way to a permanent repository near Carlsbad, NM."
Heh, guess people in Carlsbad are pissed off... house prices going down even more....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598

I wonder what they mean by 'permanent'?
Certainly not what the word actually means.
 Quoting: Waterbug

I wonder about that as well. I guess "permanent" sounds better than "until we figure out a final solution".
 Quoting: Southern OR

Or, the actual truth of the matter.. 'we don't have a fucking clue..'
 Quoting: Waterbug

Well apparently the US Government has already found some good permanent storage locations, where it is dry, non-corrosive, and in stable geology. What could go wrong?

Yes, the place that fits those conditions perfectly where the US government found to permanently place nuclear waste is at the bottom of salt mines deep under the Louisiana bayou.
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I wonder what they mean by 'permanent'?
Certainly not what the word actually means.
 Quoting: Waterbug

I wonder about that as well. I guess "permanent" sounds better than "until we figure out a final solution".
 Quoting: Southern OR

Or, the actual truth of the matter.. 'we don't have a fucking clue..'
 Quoting: Waterbug

Well apparently the US Government has already found some good permanent storage locations, where it is dry, non-corrosive, and in stable geology. What could go wrong?

Yes, the place that fits those conditions perfectly where the US government found to permanently place nuclear waste is at the bottom of salt mines deep under the Louisiana bayou.
 Quoting: ehecatl


forever is sadly a long time >14000 years? half life..... what have we done.....

long one... but tells it how it is....


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Former DOE official would abolish agency, he says in new book
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Yellow status.. increased NRC oversight.


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Neutron detector developed for use at SNS licensed to Indiana firm; specially adapted for biological studies
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Limerick reactor operator failed alcohol test
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Great..



Government Tries to Bury almost 2 Tons of Useless, but Still Dangerous, Man-Made Uranium
[link to www.allgov.com]

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So now the Energy Department is planning on disposing of the U-233. The effort will cost $473 million, and involve burying the uranium in glass tubes in a classified area of Nevada, the Nevada National Security Site, where the government once tested nuclear bombs when it was known as the Nevada Test Site. The details of the burial site are secret because U-233 can still be used to make bombs. Robert Alvarez, a senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies, has urged the government to dilute it will a form of uranium that will render it unable to be used in bomb making.
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Gov't to urge power companies to withdraw plans to build nuke reactors
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Hitachi fails to answer important questions on Visaginas NPP
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Nuclear danger grows from dumped Soviet subs
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