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citizenperth
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TEPCO succeeds in taking water sample from crippled No. 1 reactor
The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant succeeded Friday in taking a sample of water from the No. 1 reactor's primary containment vessel, the first such attempt since the accident at the plant occurred last year.

The water contained 19,000 becquerels of cesium 134 per cubic centimeter and 35,000 becquerels of cesium 137, lower than the density levels of the water accumulating at the building housing the reactor.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


wonder where the would-be-cores-are then.......
 Quoting: citizenperth


up your arse, with your torch.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25482904


up yours with some mox dickwad.... who wins?... you got a cough?.. high temp?.. free food from tepco?. ah pfffft.. now worries.. you have to live there in 10 years with half a nut-sack... don't come sobbing to us when yer sick and sorry aka WWII.. no food van for you missa sirry........

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 10/13/2012 09:15 AM
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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TEPCO succeeds in taking water sample from crippled No. 1 reactor
The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant succeeded Friday in taking a sample of water from the No. 1 reactor's primary containment vessel, the first such attempt since the accident at the plant occurred last year.

The water contained 19,000 becquerels of cesium 134 per cubic centimeter and 35,000 becquerels of cesium 137, lower than the density levels of the water accumulating at the building housing the reactor.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


wonder where the would-be-cores-are then.......
 Quoting: citizenperth


up your arse, with your torch.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25482904


up yours with some mox dickwad.... who wins?... you got a cough?.. high temp?.. free food from tepco?. ah pfffft.. now worries.. you have to live there in 10 years with half a nut-sack... don't come sobbing to us when yer sick and sorry aka WWII.. no food van for you missa sirry........
 Quoting: citizenperth



Oz-Troll,
you are a very sick Person, pitiful!

When you offend other Glp-Member you
should be Man enough to get some back
but to report other People is a very sad behavior!

Be happy that i am not your Neighbor!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Hullo Waterbug et CP et al, im back after the usual three week ISP ban. Which sucks really bad. Its hard to keep up to date with things when you cant even see the site! Yes I should get an "account" but the annonamous tag suits me.

I see good ol Atom boy is Still here (LOL) and as usual CP overreacts to the bait (tsk tsk tsk) THAT is the whole idea behind "shillin" after all. Oh well.

In the MEANTIME things are still pretty interesting down in good ol Fukushima.

I am STILL waiting for the REAL news to come out about ALL THE OTHER NUCLEAR SITES THAT ARE IN TROUBLE AS WELL.?????

That naughty earthquake affected many reactors not just daichi. Dainii, and other entire sites further up the coast are in "TROUBLE" But they are just NOT mentioning them.

I read recerntly how its because america has so many boiling water reactors (around 30) and well, bad publicity and all that. Oh, and the nuc. industry is pretty much fighting for survival right now. Which is a good thing.

Ahem, "OH atom-boy????" You do realise that fukushima is STILL pumping out isotopes, right?

You DO realise that the radiation readings are going to INCREASE for the next "x" number of years, at the least until "they" can CONTAIN the emitions???

You of course realise that radioactgive paticles enjoy each others company sooo much that radiation tends to CLUSTER and CONCENTRATE oh, and themn MOVE to another location???

You do realise that because a doctor tells you you have cancer doesnt mean you straight away drop dead. First of all comes the slow steady decline in general health, then the BAD symtoms appear, finally your soooo weak you end up in hospital, where you get worse and worse until finally, painfully, your gasping your last breaths. It can take twenty years or it can take six weeks, leaucaemia(spelling) can take three days.

The (how many) children LIVING in fukushima right now, will be VERY lucky to reach their thirties. In other words they are ALL doomed, to a life of sickness, diesease, and early death.

And all the while, the ocean itself is being contaminated everyday. Everyday around the world since 3/11 nuclear monitoring has recorded non-stop INCREASES in CPM. Thats a CONSTANT. Fukushima AND the OTHER sites (they arent talking about) are CONTINUALLY producing and therfore releasing isotopes in the trillions every day.

Atomboy (or whoever the hell you are you misguided fool) you seem very intent on "sticking up" for the TERPCO bullshit. Thats fine, you go on ahead. You try and explain how many fish it is "safe" to eat, try and count how many children will not only not make it to adulthood, but also wont reproduce, because of dna damage.

You, Atomboy, keep on keeping on, it doesnt change anything. I will come back every now and then to see yopu still here "a'shillin" and as usual I will just remind you of a few things to which you will almost immediatly "shill off" it doesnt worry me. But perhaps your parents will be a little dissapointed that there son "?" has turned out to be a government boot licking brainless sheep, not even fit for slaughter, (your to valuable as a douche) I can see them now, looking at each other, sadness in their eyes, as each one blames the other. So sad Atomboy, If you think Im being a "tad" impersonal then just imagine ALL THOSE THOUSANDS OF PARENTS WHO WILL WATCH as their children wither to death in front of them, or even worse, THEY themselves will die (young of cancer) and with nobody to look after their children, how personal is that.

You see, Atomboy, the government never sleeps, it never eats, you can vote it in AND out, but it remains, allways.
The government has no interest in telling YOU or anyone else anything it has decided to keep to itself.

For good reason.

Your entire country is dying. Your industries are slowly going broke. You cannot feed your people.
ETC ETC ETC ETC
So why would a government/TEPCO nationalised company tell you or anyone else the so called truth??

If tepco actually told everyone what the PICTURE really looks like, you guys will be jumping of cliffs. It really is that bad.

But not to worry, smile, be positive, allways a good thing, especially when you are standing in front of thr firing squad, smile, be positive, put on a brave face,. and just go with whatever the government/Tepco is saying, its bound to work out in the end.

Well, adios fellas, Do you see what I just did there CP?????

Yep, its called bait, it smells really good, irresistable to Atomboy, I cant wait to read his dribbly responce.
I do this CP to save you the effort of even going out of your way to respond to the man. Itll help.

Until next time WB CP oh and of course AB

byeeeeeeee.................and good luck.........
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Hullo Waterbug et CP et al, im back after the usual three week ISP ban. Which sucks really bad. Its hard to keep up to date with things when you cant even see the site! Yes I should get an "account" but the annonamous tag suits me.

I see good ol Atom boy is Still here (LOL) and as usual CP overreacts to the bait (tsk tsk tsk) THAT is the whole idea behind "shillin" after all. Oh well.

In the MEANTIME things are still pretty interesting down in good ol Fukushima.

I am STILL waiting for the REAL news to come out about ALL THE OTHER NUCLEAR SITES THAT ARE IN TROUBLE AS WELL.?????

That naughty earthquake affected many reactors not just daichi. Dainii, and other entire sites further up the coast are in "TROUBLE" But they are just NOT mentioning them.

I read recerntly how its because america has so many boiling water reactors (around 30) and well, bad publicity and all that. Oh, and the nuc. industry is pretty much fighting for survival right now. Which is a good thing.

Ahem, "OH atom-boy????" You do realise that fukushima is STILL pumping out isotopes, right?

You DO realise that the radiation readings are going to INCREASE for the next "x" number of years, at the least until "they" can CONTAIN the emitions???

You of course realise that radioactgive paticles enjoy each others company sooo much that radiation tends to CLUSTER and CONCENTRATE oh, and themn MOVE to another location???

You do realise that because a doctor tells you you have cancer doesnt mean you straight away drop dead. First of all comes the slow steady decline in general health, then the BAD symtoms appear, finally your soooo weak you end up in hospital, where you get worse and worse until finally, painfully, your gasping your last breaths. It can take twenty years or it can take six weeks, leaucaemia(spelling) can take three days.

The (how many) children LIVING in fukushima right now, will be VERY lucky to reach their thirties. In other words they are ALL doomed, to a life of sickness, diesease, and early death.

And all the while, the ocean itself is being contaminated everyday. Everyday around the world since 3/11 nuclear monitoring has recorded non-stop INCREASES in CPM. Thats a CONSTANT. Fukushima AND the OTHER sites (they arent talking about) are CONTINUALLY producing and therfore releasing isotopes in the trillions every day.

Atomboy (or whoever the hell you are you misguided fool) you seem very intent on "sticking up" for the TERPCO bullshit. Thats fine, you go on ahead. You try and explain how many fish it is "safe" to eat, try and count how many children will not only not make it to adulthood, but also wont reproduce, because of dna damage.

You, Atomboy, keep on keeping on, it doesnt change anything. I will come back every now and then to see yopu still here "a'shillin" and as usual I will just remind you of a few things to which you will almost immediatly "shill off" it doesnt worry me. But perhaps your parents will be a little dissapointed that there son "?" has turned out to be a government boot licking brainless sheep, not even fit for slaughter, (your to valuable as a douche) I can see them now, looking at each other, sadness in their eyes, as each one blames the other. So sad Atomboy, If you think Im being a "tad" impersonal then just imagine ALL THOSE THOUSANDS OF PARENTS WHO WILL WATCH as their children wither to death in front of them, or even worse, THEY themselves will die (young of cancer) and with nobody to look after their children, how personal is that.

You see, Atomboy, the government never sleeps, it never eats, you can vote it in AND out, but it remains, allways.
The government has no interest in telling YOU or anyone else anything it has decided to keep to itself.

For good reason.

Your entire country is dying. Your industries are slowly going broke. You cannot feed your people.
ETC ETC ETC ETC
So why would a government/TEPCO nationalised company tell you or anyone else the so called truth??

If tepco actually told everyone what the PICTURE really looks like, you guys will be jumping of cliffs. It really is that bad.

But not to worry, smile, be positive, allways a good thing, especially when you are standing in front of thr firing squad, smile, be positive, put on a brave face,. and just go with whatever the government/Tepco is saying, its bound to work out in the end.

Well, adios fellas, Do you see what I just did there CP?????

Yep, its called bait, it smells really good, irresistable to Atomboy, I cant wait to read his dribbly responce.
I do this CP to save you the effort of even going out of your way to respond to the man. Itll help.

Until next time WB CP oh and of course AB

byeeeeeeee.................and good luck.........
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Logan Co. residents concerned about uranium in water

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Uranium-Tainted Water Worries Logan County Residents
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Logan Co. residents concerned about uranium in water

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Uranium-Tainted Water Worries Logan County Residents
[link to www.news9.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


it all worries the world.. let's stop pretending..........
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
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Spokane’s nuclear hot spots
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There were nine underground missile sites within a 50-mile radius of Fairchild Air Force Base. Each site – or “coffin,” as it was referred to by the airmen – held an Atlas-E missile armed with a 4-megaton nuclear warhead. At the time, reports from Cuba indicated that the Soviet Union was building a military base there and arming it with nuclear warheads aimed at the United States. As President John F. Kennedy and his advisers wrestled with how to respond to such a direct threat while avoiding a full-blown nuclear war, pressure built at the Spokane missile sites as they got ready to launch.

“Spokane really was the tip of the spear,” DeLateur said. “People in Spokane did know what was going on. There were actual nuclear fallout drills and the Air Force base was on high alert.”
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Report states they may have to drain a million gallons of high-level waste..
That's a lot of milk jugs..
News vid.




Apparent leak could trigger emergency response at Hanford nuclear facility
[link to www.king5.com]
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Report states they may have to drain a million gallons of high-level waste..
That's a lot of milk jugs..
News vid.




Apparent leak could trigger emergency response at Hanford nuclear facility
[link to www.king5.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


From August...



DOE confirms 2nd leak at Hanford as state threatens legal action
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Could be.....?


Material found between walls of double-shell tank could be radioactive
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Anti-nuclear activists call for temporary 'hardened on-site storage' of nuclear waste
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Critics also oppose the current practices involved with storing used nuclear fuel bundles, which are highly radioactive, in deep cooling pools near the reactors. About 75 percent of high level nuclear fuel waste in the U.S. is stored in pools.

Because no permanent solution to nuclear waste has been developed, the pools are packed with more fuel rods than they were designed to store, making them especially dangerous in the event that the water system fails, as happened in Fukushima in the wake of the 2011 earthquake. According to a 2011 Time magazine story, in-ground pools are located in buildings next to operating reactors at 73 U.S. sites; attic pools, like the ones at Fukushima, are used at 31 plants. Each pool is a bomb waiting to happen. A 1997 Brookhaven National Laboratory study said a disaster at one spent fuel pool could result in 138,000 deaths and contaminate 2,000 square miles.
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Critics also oppose the current practices involved with storing used nuclear fuel bundles, which are highly radioactive, in deep cooling pools near the reactors. About 75 percent of high level nuclear fuel waste in the U.S. is stored in pools.

Because no permanent solution to nuclear waste has been developed, the pools are packed with more fuel rods than they were designed to store, making them especially dangerous in the event that the water system fails, as happened in Fukushima in the wake of the 2011 earthquake. According to a 2011 Time magazine story, in-ground pools are located in buildings next to operating reactors at 73 U.S. sites; attic pools, like the ones at Fukushima, are used at 31 plants. Each pool is a bomb waiting to happen. A 1997 Brookhaven National Laboratory study said a disaster at one spent fuel pool could result in 138,000 deaths and contaminate 2,000 square miles.
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akkkkkkkkkkk. they know this........ what next????
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
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The public is always in danger...



SC nuke plant gets extra checks after power outage
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The NRC says the public was never in danger
, and it classified the violations having a low to moderate safety significance.
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Cuban missile crisis: The other, secret one
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Fearing that Castro's hurt pride and widespread Cuban indignation over the concessions Khrushchev had made to Kennedy, might lead to a breakdown of the agreement between the superpowers, the Soviet leader concocted a plan to give Castro a consolation prize.

The prize was an offer to give Cuba more than 100 tactical nuclear weapons that had been shipped to Cuba along with the long-range missiles, but which crucially had passed completely under the radar of US intelligence.

Khrushchev concluded that because the Americans hadn't listed the missiles on their list of demands, the Soviet Union's interests would be well served by keeping them in Cuba.
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Fukushima Cancers May Reach One Million
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During a Chicago PBS radio interview, Gundersen states the plant in Japan should be entombed.
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Japan Power Company Admits Failings on Plant Precautions
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The company, called Tepco, made the admission — over a year and a half after catastrophic meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi — as part of a report in which it showcased internal changes as the government considers when to allow other reactors to resume operation, including those at Tepco’s two undamaged nuclear plants. But the admission, an apparent bid to inspire confidence, also seemed to confirm one of the main arguments of the company’s critics: that it refused to recognize and fix problems because it did not want to jeopardize the so-called safety myth that Japan’s nuclear technology was infallible.
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For the first time, officials then took the reporters along a road on the hill side of the No. 1 and No. 2 reactor buildings.

The radiation level in the bus jumped to 800 microsieverts per hour. Nearby lies a cordoned-off area where last summer the radiation level was found to be at least 10 sieverts per hour, the highest ever recorded outside the reactor cores.
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Feds place Lake Wylie nuke plant under closer watch
The federal agency that regulates nuclear power plants will look more closely at the Duke Energy plant on Lake Wylie.

A special 40-hour inspection will result from an incident in April in which the plant lost power. Having off-site power is important to keep water circulating and nuclear reactors cool.
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In a preliminary finding that will undergo more checking, operators at Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant think the Unit 2 reactor shut down Thursday due to a transformer that grounded out.
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wonder where the would-be-cores-are then.......
 Quoting: citizenperth


up your arse, with your torch.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25482904


up yours with some mox dickwad.... who wins?... you got a cough?.. high temp?.. free food from tepco?. ah pfffft.. now worries.. you have to live there in 10 years with half a nut-sack... don't come sobbing to us when yer sick and sorry aka WWII.. no food van for you missa sirry........
 Quoting: citizenperth



Oz-Troll,
you are a very sick Person, pitiful!

When you offend other Glp-Member you
should be Man enough to get some back
but to report other People is a very sad behavior!

Be happy that i am not your Neighbor!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


Hey kettle pot? Look at your karma. It's easy - just lick on that green line under your name mighty atom boy. lmao
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Unit 3 Deteriorating Further? Asahi: Warped steel frames “now visibly rusty” during Friday tour of Fukushima plant
[link to enenews.com]

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For the first time, officials then took the reporters along a road on the hill side of the No. 1 and No. 2 reactor buildings.

The radiation level in the bus jumped to 800 microsieverts per hour. Nearby lies a cordoned-off area where last summer the radiation level was found to be at least 10 sieverts per hour, the highest ever recorded outside the reactor cores.
 Quoting: Waterbug



ok i am going to swear.. FUCK .. that is a lot after a year................
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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- Albert Einstein
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Fukushima Cancers May Reach One Million
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During a Chicago PBS radio interview, Gundersen states the plant in Japan should be entombed.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Good that Arnie Gundershill is not a Medic
and drawing his Conclusion on a Interview
with that phunny H. Caldicot!

Both together are like the Wilcock/Fulford Couple
of the Atomic-Blogging Conspiracy Sphere!
G.Y.!B.E.
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@ US .......863,
this is just from Commercial Spam, you Stalker!

Poor Guy you are, as a nameless AC it is soooo easy Rofl
G.Y.!B.E.
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Fukushima Cancers May Reach One Million
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During a Chicago PBS radio interview, Gundersen states the plant in Japan should be entombed.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Good that Arnie Gundershill is not a Medic
and drawing his Conclusion on a Interview
with that phunny H. Caldicot!

Both together are like the Wilcock/Fulford Couple
of the Atomic-Blogging Conspiracy Sphere!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


Hellen Caldicot and Arnie Garndersun are experts....

what is your claim to fame? I have seen you pompously call me names... yet never made a statement.. you poor soul.... help the children YOU FUCKING IDIOTS!!!!!.. fun to have you rant and rave... but you do FUCK ALL!!!!!! you bottom feeding FUCKWITS!!!!.. go and DO SOMETHING!!!!!

you are selfish and irreparably broken.... you have no shame, no honor.. your parents would have known what to do, you disgrace to humanity.. time will tell us all, but by then, you will be balled, small penised and as disgraceful as you are........... i have a tear for your children, and a bullet for you ugly person........

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Fukushima Cancers May Reach One Million
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During a Chicago PBS radio interview, Gundersen states the plant in Japan should be entombed.
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Good that Arnie Gundershill is not a Medic
and drawing his Conclusion on a Interview
with that phunny H. Caldicot!

Both together are like the Wilcock/Fulford Couple
of the Atomic-Blogging Conspiracy Sphere!
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I think that figure is very conservative and will be upped many times in the future.

Remember, the crisis is ongoing.
Don't PRETEND that it's over.


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DPJ to set up 4 working teams to support Fukushima
Japan's ruling Democratic Party plans to set up 4 working groups to accelerate the recovery of areas affected by last year's nuclear accident in Fukushima.

Policy Research Council Chief Goshi Hosono announced the plan on Saturday. Nuclear contamination in Fukushima Prefecture has slowed progress in reconstruction efforts.

The 4 teams will each be assigned a separate task.
The first will work on supporting local people's lives, the second promoting decontamination work, the third protecting sales of farm produce from unfounded rumors, and fourth creating new communities for evacuees living outside their hometowns.
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