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S. Korean nuke expert negative about int'l fuel recycling at Rokkasho
A South Korean nuclear expert has expressed a negative view about a plan to reprocess spent nuclear fuel from his country at a plant in the village of Rokkasho in northeastern Japan, out of concern over nuclear proliferation.

Chang Soon Heung, professor at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, said in a recent interview with Kyodo News in Seoul that he "hesitates" over relying on overseas spent fuel reprocessing "in view of nonproliferation" and also pointed to high costs of transportation and measures to ensure safety.
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SUSQUEHANNA: UNIT 2 MANUAL SCRAM DUE TO LOSS OF THE INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM
At approximately 0118 hours [EST] on November 9, 2012, Susquehanna Steam Electric Station Unit Two reactor was scrammed by plant operators due to a loss of ICS (Integrated Control System; which controls the reactor feed and reactor recirculation systems). The reactor operator placed the mode switch in shutdown when reactor water level reached +25 inches and lowering. All control rods inserted and both reactor recirculation pumps tripped at -38 inches. Reactor water level lowered to -52 inches causing Level 3 (+13 inches) and level 2 (-38 inches) isolations. HPCI and RCIC both automatically initiated.
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Interesting article and video...

Does abandoned Idaho mine hold key to energy independence?

LEMHI PASS, Idaho -- Head out to the mountains of Lemhi Pass in central Idaho and you'll find an old, abandoned mining camp, and a dreamer named DeWorth Williams.

"There's enough Thorium here to power the United States for 500 years," Williams said.

But it's in this mining camp, with its abandoned bunk houses and long-forgotten roads, that the idea of a Thorium-powered world died 40 years ago.

Back in the 1940s and 1950s, there was hope that humanity was on the cusp of something incredible: We were going to split the atom to create limitless electricity, and as a result, there would be world peace.

America had a choice to make in the 1950s and 60s: Get nuclear power from Uranium, or from a now mostly forgotten element called 'Thorium'. In theory, Throrium is more plentiful, more efficient, and far safer than Uranium.

They actually made a reactor fueled by Thorium at Oak Ridge National Laboratories. It worked. And so, we came to a fork in the road of history: Uranium or Thorium?
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Gov't draws flak for underreporting radiation readings in Fukushima
TOKYO —

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology has come under fire from residents and local authorities in Fukushima Prefecture for using faulty radiation measurement devices that indicate lower than actual readings.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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hi

Despite their machinations.. we were on to them swiftly, weren't we..?
And it continues.

Unfortunately, being able to see through the veil and being able to do
something about what we see are two different things.
Oh well. At least we can see the truck coming.
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[Kizuna] Road relay of young girls will be held in Fukushima on 11/11/2012, the youngest runner is 13 years old

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I wonder if they could get someone down there with a Geiger counter?
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Gov't draws flak for underreporting radiation readings in Fukushima
TOKYO —

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology has come under fire from residents and local authorities in Fukushima Prefecture for using faulty radiation measurement devices that indicate lower than actual readings.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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hi

Despite their machinations.. we were on to them swiftly, weren't we..?
And it continues.

Unfortunately, being able to see through the veil and being able to do
something about what we see are two different things.
Oh well. At least we can see the truck coming.
 Quoting: Waterbug


iamwith
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Feeling a little butt-hurt, huh..?
Thanks for the bump.
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Just did web ferret for the mega float they had and where it went to..... nada.... zip....

this was interesting tho... [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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It's life as we know it, but only just.
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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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Just did web ferret for the mega float they had and where it went to..... nada.... zip....

this was interesting tho... [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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The mystery of the mega-barge.
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Coolant, record-keeping troubles at San Onofre
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New problems came to light late this week at the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant, including coolant found in the oil system of a backup generator and a record-keeping error stretching back to 1985.
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Just did web ferret for the mega float they had and where it went to..... nada.... zip....

this was interesting tho... [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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The mystery of the mega-barge.
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i guess it's now a mega-sunk....
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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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High lupus rates near former uranium ore plant
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DOE cites Savannah River contractor for safety violations; $150K fines proposed
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Announcement:
Moody's: Market conditions masking US nuclear plant reliability issues
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NHK: “I’m really shocked” — Growths on both young daughters’ thyroids — I deeply regret making them stand outside for hours in high radiation (VIDEO)
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Massive anti-nuclear rally canceled due to government refusal
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NHK: “I’m really shocked” — Growths on both young daughters’ thyroids — I deeply regret making them stand outside for hours in high radiation (VIDEO)
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 Quoting: Waterbug


basically no where to put it... permanent facility in 30 years... yup.. just like Yukon mountain.....

great vid bug..... that is SO labor intensive...

another interesting fact... chernobyl it took 20 years for 20 cm of soil contamination... in just over 12 months, fuku is reporting up to 30 cm, and not to mention the water tables...

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 11/11/2012 12:13 AM
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Frying Dutchmen.....

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
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- Albert Einstein
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Iori interview
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- Albert Einstein
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Official wants study of quake risks at nuke plants
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Documentary brings a dark side of nuclear past to light
[link to www.abqjournal.com]

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The former American military colony in the middle of the Pacific Ocean was chock-full of radioactive coconuts, leaking nuclear waste repositories and densely populated slums.

All of these were the direct result of when the United States conducted 67 atomic and hydrogen bomb tests in the Marshall Islands in the 1950s. The project vaporized islands and exposed entire populations to fallout. The islanders on Rongelap received near-fatal doses of radiation from one test and were then moved onto a highly contaminated island to serve as human guinea pigs for 30 years, in an experiment conceived at Los Alamos.

“These are stories that we don’t really hear about,” Horowitz explains. “This trip opened my eyes to another part of history, and it all came at the hands of our government. It seemed like it would make a great film.”
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Fitzpatrick Nuclear Plant shuts down after transformer fire
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The Fitzpatrick Nuclear Plant in Scriba declared an 'unusual event' early Sunday morning, and the reactor shut down automatically, after a fire in the power plant's main transformer.
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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More sea level signs installed in Japan
A government study says more than 20,000 signs have been installed in Japan to show altitudes above sea level to help people flee from tsunami.

The land and infrastructure ministry says sea level signs were installed at about 21,000 locations in 17 prefectures as of October 31st. The survey was the first of its kind conducted by the ministry.

Following last year's tsunami in northeastern Japan, installation of sea level signs along coastal roads began in municipalities across the country.
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Cartoon bird warns Fukushima children of radiation
TOKYO — A grinning bird mascot has been enlisted to teach Japanese children in Fukushima how to stay safe from the radiation that escaped from the region’s crippled nuclear power plant.

Kibitan—a plump, yellow cartoon character with stubby wings and boots—is warning youngsters to stay away from puddles and ditches, where radioactive particles accumulate.
[link to www.japantoday.com]

Hilarious...
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Talks for nuclear-free Middle East postponed
An international conference aimed at a nuclear-free Middle East has been postponed due to turmoil in the region.

Sources close to the International Atomic Energy Agency disclosed the postponement to NHK on Sunday.

At the NPT Review Conference in 2010, signatories of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty agreed to hold a meeting this year. The planned agenda at the conference was supposed to include Iran's nuclear program and Israel which is believed to possess nuclear weapons.
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EDF Plan to Toughen Concrete Base of Oldest Reactor May Be Model
Electricite de France SA’s plan to bolster the concrete base of its oldest reactor would be a world first and could be extended to the rest of its French reactor fleet, the atomic safety regulator said.

EDF, which operates all of the country’s 58 reactors, has submitted a plan to the Autorite de Surete Nucleaire to carry out a project to thicken the base of the 900-megawatt Unit 1 of the Fessenheim plant in eastern France. The regulator, which ordered EDF to improve safety or shutter the reactor by the middle of 2013, could rule within two months on whether the plan is viable.
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Nuclear fuel from USS Enterprise headed for Idaho
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho —
Spent nuclear fuel from the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise that is being decommissioned will be sent to eastern Idaho for study and storage, a Navy spokesman says.

Tom Dougan of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program tells the Post Register the spent fuel from the ship's eight reactors will arrive at the Naval Reactors Facility at the Idaho National Laboratory in 2015.
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Nuclear fuel from USS Enterprise headed for Idaho
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho —
Spent nuclear fuel from the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise that is being decommissioned will be sent to eastern Idaho for study and storage, a Navy spokesman says.

Tom Dougan of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program tells the Post Register the spent fuel from the ship's eight reactors will arrive at the Naval Reactors Facility at the Idaho National Laboratory in 2015.
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no problem short = mid to long term storage.. they got all that shit worked out....... cough*
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November 11, 2012: Possible Sabotage at Southern California Nuclear Plant


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Hard rock mines up there. Solid rock.
Base metals.. lead, zinc, copper, gold
Elliot Lake is pretty close to Timmins, Ontario.
Large Texas-Gulf facility in Timmins.



Nuclear waste disposal up for debate in northern Ontario
[link to www.cbc.ca]

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Blind River, Elliot Lake, Spanish and the Township of the North Shore have all passed initial screenings in the search to find a home for Canada's first nuclear waste disposal site. But Thunder Bay-Superior North MP Bruce Hyer said he's concerned the project hasn't been discussed enough in communities that might be close to the transportation corridors used to move the waste.

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