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More Fukushima Footage Released: “We have confirmed a worst situation — Water containing extremely high levels of radiation flowing into sea” (VIDEO)
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Among the 336 hours of new footage include scenes from the morning of April 2, 2011, in which TEPCO confirmed leaks of high-level radioactive waters into the sea from Unit 2 after it had experienced a core meltdown. “We have confirmed a worst situation. Water containing extremely high levels of radiation are flowing into the sea,” Masao Yoshida, then manager of the plant, says in the footage.
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People from Tokyo area report thyroid cysts and nodules — Japanese doctors laughing at patients (VIDEO)
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Both doctors [who traveled to the area] are very angry about the Fukushima Prefecture government’s handling of Patients with thyroid disorder. That is, no secondary testing in two years. It is internationally agreed upon within the medical community to control such patients by repeated testing at least once in 6 months, and every two months in more serious cases.
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Well that didn't take long.
They just started burning..



[Express] “Severe nausea after debris incineration in Osaka”
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Good thing they are not testing it here.
What we don't know won't hurt us....




[Express] “Beef labelled as from Hokkaido, but the tracking code tells it’s grown in Fukushima”
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TEPCO releases more Fukushima footage 1 Dec 2012
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Yoshida is heard pressing the executives to approve the release of the water into the sea, saying things were reaching the limit. He says that he's been trying to argue for nearly a week that this was the most pressing issue.

Another video from March 17th shows plant workers watching Self-Defense Force helicopters drop water from buckets, in an attempt to cool a spent fuel pool at one of the reactors.

The video shows workers initially watching with excitement, later replaced by disappointment over the amount of water reaching the pool. One worker is heard saying that it's like only mist is being sprayed.
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sorry... this really got up my nose

Thread: Japan halts beef from US over safety concerns... pot calling the kettle?????

banning US imports of beef to JP..........
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sorry... this really got up my nose

Thread: Japan halts beef from US over safety concerns... pot calling the kettle?????

banning US imports of beef to JP..........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Can't take a chance on the foot and mouth disease...

A little radiation contamination..? No problem.
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sorry... this really got up my nose

Thread: Japan halts beef from US over safety concerns... pot calling the kettle?????

banning US imports of beef to JP..........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Can't take a chance on the foot and mouth disease...

A little radiation contamination..? No problem.
 Quoting: Waterbug


oh bug, i did a little photoshop investigation on the fuku 4, 3 new door thing....

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

funny.. they hand out such poor quality when the have hi-def..... (click the pic 2nd for the quality and close up)

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 11/30/2012 10:11 PM
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Staffing Issues & Future Plans Dog TEPCO & Fukushima Daiichi

November 30th, 2012
--snip--
Workers at the plant have frequently complained about the lack of enough current staff and the impending problems of not being able to attract new workers. Nuclear workers from other plants generally do not want to go work at Daiichi’s hazardous conditions. The working conditions at the plant have been well publicized. Workers sent out without dosimeters, told to fake their exposure readings and being pressured to go into situations even when the risk level changed. Workers fought for months without safety buildings they could go to in order to cool down, rest or go to the bathroom. Proper equipment has also been in short supply and only provided after someone died or the news media pushed the issue. It is no wonder workers are not lining up to go work at the plant.

TEPCO has no clear plan to attract more workers yet considerable work is ahead for the next 40 years to control and dismantle the plant. TEPCO still has not made any effort to locate the melted fuel from units 1 – 3. After Chernobyl efforts were made to find the remaining melted fuel within the first year of the disaster and succeeded even with 1980′s technology.
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]
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Staffing Issues & Future Plans Dog TEPCO & Fukushima Daiichi

November 30th, 2012
--snip--
Workers at the plant have frequently complained about the lack of enough current staff and the impending problems of not being able to attract new workers. Nuclear workers from other plants generally do not want to go work at Daiichi’s hazardous conditions. The working conditions at the plant have been well publicized. Workers sent out without dosimeters, told to fake their exposure readings and being pressured to go into situations even when the risk level changed. Workers fought for months without safety buildings they could go to in order to cool down, rest or go to the bathroom. Proper equipment has also been in short supply and only provided after someone died or the news media pushed the issue. It is no wonder workers are not lining up to go work at the plant.

TEPCO has no clear plan to attract more workers yet considerable work is ahead for the next 40 years to control and dismantle the plant. TEPCO still has not made any effort to locate the melted fuel from units 1 – 3. After Chernobyl efforts were made to find the remaining melted fuel within the first year of the disaster and succeeded even with 1980′s technology.
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]
 Quoting: Southern OR


good catch hun :)

you forgot the "--end snip--"

GRIN

tounge

seriously though, i'm wondering what's around the corner given the latest press releases....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 11/30/2012 10:16 PM
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Staffing Issues & Future Plans Dog TEPCO & Fukushima Daiichi

November 30th, 2012
--snip--
Workers at the plant have frequently complained about the lack of enough current staff and the impending problems of not being able to attract new workers. Nuclear workers from other plants generally do not want to go work at Daiichi’s hazardous conditions. The working conditions at the plant have been well publicized. Workers sent out without dosimeters, told to fake their exposure readings and being pressured to go into situations even when the risk level changed. Workers fought for months without safety buildings they could go to in order to cool down, rest or go to the bathroom. Proper equipment has also been in short supply and only provided after someone died or the news media pushed the issue. It is no wonder workers are not lining up to go work at the plant.

TEPCO has no clear plan to attract more workers yet considerable work is ahead for the next 40 years to control and dismantle the plant. TEPCO still has not made any effort to locate the melted fuel from units 1 – 3. After Chernobyl efforts were made to find the remaining melted fuel within the first year of the disaster and succeeded even with 1980′s technology.
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]
 Quoting: Southern OR


good catch hun :)

you forgot the "--end snip--"

GRIN

tounge

seriously though, i'm wondering what's around the corner given the latest press releases....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I have been wondering the same thing. Seems they only put things out when there is no other alternative. Seems the world will know of the incompetence of the corporation. It's really sad that they were a private corporation when they were profitable, but as soon as the shit hit the fan, they became nationalized for the debt. The people of Japan get screwed twice with that one. They not only have to deal with the radiation, but they get to help fund the clean up.
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sorry... this really got up my nose

Thread: Japan halts beef from US over safety concerns... pot calling the kettle?????

banning US imports of beef to JP..........
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Can't take a chance on the foot and mouth disease...

A little radiation contamination..? No problem.
 Quoting: Waterbug


oh bug, i did a little photoshop investigation on the fuku 4, 3 new door thing....

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

funny.. they hand out such poor quality when the have hi-def..... (click the pic 2nd for the quality and close up)
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Because Japan lost already two times many ten of thousands
Cows and Bulls, when this disease is coming to Japan
whole parts will lose every House Animal!

We can check for Radiation without problems
but to fight this disease is nearly impossible
without a Mass-Killing!
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November 30th, 2012
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Workers at the plant have frequently complained about the lack of enough current staff and the impending problems of not being able to attract new workers. Nuclear workers from other plants generally do not want to go work at Daiichi’s hazardous conditions. The working conditions at the plant have been well publicized. Workers sent out without dosimeters, told to fake their exposure readings and being pressured to go into situations even when the risk level changed. Workers fought for months without safety buildings they could go to in order to cool down, rest or go to the bathroom. Proper equipment has also been in short supply and only provided after someone died or the news media pushed the issue. It is no wonder workers are not lining up to go work at the plant.

TEPCO has no clear plan to attract more workers yet considerable work is ahead for the next 40 years to control and dismantle the plant. TEPCO still has not made any effort to locate the melted fuel from units 1 – 3. After Chernobyl efforts were made to find the remaining melted fuel within the first year of the disaster and succeeded even with 1980′s technology.
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]
 Quoting: Southern OR


good catch hun :)

you forgot the "--end snip--"

GRIN

tounge

seriously though, i'm wondering what's around the corner given the latest press releases....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I have been wondering the same thing. Seems they only put things out when there is no other alternative. Seems the world will know of the incompetence of the corporation. It's really sad that they were a private corporation when they were profitable, but as soon as the shit hit the fan, they became nationalized for the debt. The people of Japan get screwed twice with that one. They not only have to deal with the radiation, but they get to help fund the clean up.
 Quoting: Southern OR


nice.......

in china, if you get executed, your family pays for the bullet......
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

nothing new, just trying to help with Mochizuki
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- Albert Einstein
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IAEA data may have been stolen, posted online

Satellite photos and documents believed to have been stolen from a server of the International Atomic Energy Agency have been posted on an outside website.

The posted information includes satellite images of what appear to be nuclear facilities and substance analysis charts.

Personal data on IAEA staff, such as family members, were also posted online.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Japan donates $5 mil to U.S. for tsunami debris cleanup

TOKYO — Japan is providing $5 million to the U.S. to help with collection and disposal of marine debris from its March 2011 tsunami disaster.

The Foreign Ministry announced the donation to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Friday. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda informed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of the plan during a meeting in September on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum.
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Experts start investigation at Tsuruga plant over active faults

Experts appointed by Japan's nuclear regulatory body on Saturday started a field survey to check whether active faults are running directly underneath the reactors of Japan Atomic Power Co.'s Tsuruga plant on the Sea of Japan coast.

With a major active fault called Urazoko already confirmed to be located at about 250 meters from reactor buildings, it is feared that other faults running underneath the reactors could move in conjunction with the Urazoko fault.
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TEPCO shows Fukushima footage leading to tainted water release

Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the crisis-hit Fukushima nuclear power plant, disclosed Friday additional video recordings of its in-house teleconferences in the early phase of the 2011 disaster, showing tense exchanges between its employees prior to the controversial release of radioactive water into the sea.

A part of about 336 hours of the footage, recorded between March 16 and 23 and March 30 and April 6, 2011, uncovered the difficulties faced by TEPCO to deal with tainted water building up in the basements of the No. 5 and No. 6 reactors.
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Stray bolts blamed for Iran nuclear plant shutdown: Russia source (Cheap Nuclear Units from Russia and China are NOT so Cheap, in the long run.)

MOSCOW - A Russian-built nuclear reactor in Iran was shut down last month to limit any damage after stray bolts were found beneath the fuel cells, a Russian nuclear industry source said on Friday.

The explanation for the shutdown of the 1,000-megawatt Bushehr plant contradicted assurances by Iran that nothing unexpected had happened and removing nuclear fuel from the plant was part of a normal procedure.

"Indicators showed that some small external parts were ... in the reactor vessel," said the source, identifying them as bolts beneath the fuel cells.
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Interesting... long article... well worth reading...

Nuclear plants that can solve a 120-ton waste problem

Rosatom is to build a fast neutron reactor that it hopes will lead to a new wave of clean and commercially viable power stations.

Russia is attempting to eliminate nuclear waste through an unprecedented international partnership based on fast-reactor technology, which has the potential to win 10 to 15 percent of the world's $ 240 billion nuclear energy market in the near future.
At the Central European Nuclear Industry Forum (Atomex) in Prague last month, Russia’s Rosatom nuclear agency signed a deal to build a fast-neutron nuclear reactor on Russian territory in co-operation with 13 Czech companies. It is called the SVBR-100 project.
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U.S. regulators grill Edison on bid to restart part of San Onofre
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shake

Hey Boss... we got a fire in the spent fuel pond.

Well, grab a damn fire extinguisher...




New View from Inside Fukushima: Chaos and Uncertainty
[link to green.blogs.nytimes.com]

[snip]

In the early hours of March 15, Mr. Yoshida raised a new concern, this time about flames sighted deep within the building housing the No. 4 reactor, which was shut down at the time of the disaster. But the reactor building housed almost 1,500 highly radioactive spent fuel assemblies in a pool of water, and it was the second fire spotted there in less than 24 hours.

“We would go put out the flames if we could, but we don’t have the tools. We have nothing,” Mr. Yoshida pleaded with headquarters. He inquired whether there was any truth in speculation that the United States Army – which had a presence in Japan – might send a helicopter to help douse the flames with water.

With the plant’s phone lines down, he enlisted the help of personnel at a neighboring nuclear power plant in alerting the local fire brigade, but its calls went unanswered.
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In-Focus: Japan – TEPCO unveils more video footage -Suit filed seeking a halt of Ohi reactors
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High thyroid radiation doses in 178 Fukushima workers
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Tests on workers suspected of having high whole-body internal doses found 178 individuals whose thyroid glands displayed doses greater than 100 millisieverts, the generally accepted threshold for a raised risk of thyroid cancer.

The highest recorded dose was 11,800 millisieverts, a level that would give a correspondingly high probability of thyroid cancer.

TEPCO identified the individual whose thyroid gland received 11,800 millisieverts as being between 30 and 39 years old. It said the worker had developed no ill-health effects and remains employed, albeit in a non-nuclear job.

The individual's whole-body external and internal radiation dose was 678.8 millisieverts, the highest of all workers tested.
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Nice to see that our earlier judgement calls on Tepco ineptitude are continuing to be verified.





TEPCO failed to respond to dire warning of radioactive water leaks at Fukushima
[link to ajw.asahi.com]

[snip]

Tokyo Electric Power Co. dawdled on measures to prevent leaks of highly radioactive water during the Fukushima nuclear crisis, despite the plant manager’s warning that “we are idly waiting for death.”

"It's like my heart could stop at any moment when I think about the water levels," he said. "I request quick installation of a mechanism to monitor water level variations both remotely and accurately."

But Ichiro Takekuro, a senior official at the head office, only gave a halfhearted response.
"I think we will probably be able to discuss things tomorrow, including setting really concrete goals," he said.

The radioactive water from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant eventually flowed into the sea.

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Company Spreads Money In Advance Of Radioactive Debate
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While clear evidence proves you all wrong, you refuse to believe it. When evidence mounts to discredit your beliefs, your instant reaction is to try to discredit its validity.

You all blame the system for conspiring against the truth, your engaged in a witch hunt, looking for a cover up or anything else that can justify all the time you've spent defending a belief, supporting a conspiracy theory.

In reality its nothing but a waste of time.
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While clear evidence proves you all wrong, you refuse to believe it. When evidence mounts to discredit your beliefs, your instant reaction is to try to discredit its validity.

You all blame the system for conspiring against the truth, your engaged in a witch hunt, looking for a cover up or anything else that can justify all the time you've spent defending a belief, supporting a conspiracy theory.

In reality its nothing but a waste of time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28879872


Are you really from Japan? I set mine to Argentina once.
 Quoting: WindyMind


i'm wodering if AC reads the TEPCO reports or the newspaper.....................
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