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[Unknown abnormality] RPV temperature of reactor2 jumping up and the PCV pressure is highest in December
[link to fukushima-diary.com]
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Ergo; the Fuel (the Heat Source) is still inside of the Containment!

The reduced the Core Water Spraying to reduce the Waste Water;
[Unit 2] Feed water system: Increased from approx. 1.9m3/h to approx. 2.0m3/h, Reactor core spray system: Decreased from approx. 4.1m3/h to approx. 3.5m3/h.
[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


So, you think the corium jumped back up into the vessel...?
Mkay.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Never left, not in Nr. 1 (not soooo sure, maybe 5% Doubt),
not in Nr. 2 (No Doubt) and not in Nr. 3! (No Doubt)


Where else do you think the Heat is coming from?
How else they get the cooling Water back?
How there can be Pressure when there is a Hole?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


Let's figure it out..
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Let's figure it out..
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Just kidding..

Info from Tepco = garbage.

Analysis of garbage = garbage.

Garbage in = garbage out.
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Let's figure it out..
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Just kidding..

Info from Tepco = garbage.

Analysis of garbage = garbage.

Garbage in = garbage out.
 Quoting: Waterbug


rofl

Look, you used Infos from Tepco for many, many Times
but you use mostly always the way via Fuku-Dairy/ Enenews,
by your Theory you used a Source of *Garbage*,
ergo; your whole opinion is based on Lies!

C`mon, Life is not that easy popcorn

Dogmatard?
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Come on, fellas.
We are trying to make money, here..



San Onofre restart plan commitments questioned by federal regulators
[link to enformable.com]

[snip]

At a meeting in Maryland on Tuesday night, Southern California Edison officials continued in their attempts to convince federal regulators it was safe to partially restart one of the shut down reactors at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. The meeting was billed as an opportunity for regulating officials to ask the operators if they had the technical capability to operate the troubled plant safely, and serious questions were raised about the on-going technical evaluation to determine if in fact Edison has demonstrated that they can do that.

It is not surprising that the utility is fighting the potential shut down of the nuclear reactors, they of course desire no alteration, and when it is attempted – have vehemently opposed it. They have found the existing system and process profitable in the past, and only desire such changes as will ensure it is equally profitable in the future.

In transcripts of meetings between regulators, the utility, and organizations opposing the restart, the utility has been arguing for the use of non-disclosure agreements to privatize information and reports, despite the contention of the public. It appears that once again, competition, or the fear of competition, has been promoted as an effective substitute for honesty.
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Come on, fellas..
We need to make more money, here.



Xcel seeks 9.25 percent rate hike
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Fracking flowback found to be ancient radioactive brine
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Quake risk at Japan atomic recycling plant: experts
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Yasutaka Ikeda, assistant professor of geomorphology at Tokyo University, said a nearly 100-kilometre (60-mile) fault runs under the Rokkasho reprocessing plant in northern Japan.

"Even though experts' opinions are divided on whether this fault is active or not, I think the possibility of it being an active fault is extremely high, given the evidence," Ikeda told AFP.

"This fault could cause an 8-magnitude earthquake, so any nuclear-related facilities in the region are in danger," he said, referring to the Shimokita Peninsula where the Rokkasho plant is located.

Mitsuhisa Watanabe, professor of geomorphology at Tokyo University, separately told Wednesday's Tokyo Shimbun that part of an active fault runs directly under the Rokkasho plant, warning it is likely to move when the bigger fault moves.

The comment came days after government-appointed experts found that a nuclear power plant in the same region may sit atop an active seismic fault.
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March 11th earthquake causing record amounts of subsidence in Japan
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Japan’s Environment Ministry announced that due to the March 11th Tohoku earthquake more than 6,000 square kilometers of land across Japan settled by more than 2 centimeters in the last year, the largest-ever since records began in 1978.

Experts and officials are worried about the potential impact on building stability. About half the 30 tested areas in 20 prefectures were recorded as sinking more than 2 centimeters. Seven areas subsided by more than 10 centimeters, and are spread out around the Tohoku and Kanto region, including Tokyo.

Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture sank deepest by 73.8 centimeters, followed by Ichikawa in Chiba by 30.9 centimeters. Tsukuba in Ibaraki sank by 15.2 centimeters.
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More Lessons From the Fukushima Daiichi Accident: Containment Failures and the Loss of the Ultimate Heat Sink
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Imagine that...



Fukushima gov't tried to kill proposal to store baby teeth for future radiation checks
[link to mainichi.jp]

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In September 2011, Fukushima Prefectural Assembly member Junko Yaginuma asked the prefectural government if it should urge local residents to store baby teeth that came out after the March 2011 reactor meltdowns for future analysis of children's strontium-90 exposure. Strontium-90, released in the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant disaster, has biochemical features similar to calcium and can easily accumulate in bones and teeth.

After receiving Yaginuma's query, the prefecture sent an email to members of a committee overseeing a prefectural health survey and asked them to provide plausible reasons to reject the proposal. The prefectural government called the proposal a plant by anti-nuclear groups.

The survey committee has been mired in a string of other problems, including holding advance "secret meetings" to harmonize expert opinions over how to do health checks of local residents in the wake of the meltdowns. The latest revelation is yet more evidence that the Fukushima Prefectural Government tried to block opinions it considered unfavorable.

According to sources with knowledge of the issue, an official at the prefecture's health and welfare division -- which serves as the health check committee's secretariat -- sent an email to committee members. In the email, the official said, "Are there any findings or information that suggest that there is not much point in storing baby teeth?" adding, "It is not the assemblyperson who asked that question, but it appears to be an argument made by anti-nuclear people. So, we don't wish to take up the question."
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Kyodo: Level 1 incident at Japan nuclear plant — Deformed fuel rods stuck together in pool
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Japan’s nuclear regulatory authority said Wednesday that recently confirmed trouble with fuel rods stored in a spent nuclear fuel pool at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant is a level 1 incident on a 7-point international scale.
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Stable.... not so much.




6,000-sq-km area sank following Tohoku earthquake, say scientists
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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Nuclear regulatory body nixes any impact from change of gov't

Japan's nuclear regulatory authority chief said Wednesday his organization will not be influenced by a change of government following Sunday's general election, which will likely lead Japan to retract a goal to phase out nuclear power in the 2030s.

"Whatever (the government) is going to be, we do not intend to change (nuclear) safety regulations and they will not change," Shuichi Tanaka, chairman of the Nuclear Regulation Authority, said at a press conference.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Let's figure it out..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Just kidding..

Info from Tepco = garbage.

Analysis of garbage = garbage.

Garbage in = garbage out.
 Quoting: Waterbug


rofl

Look, you used Infos from Tepco for many, many Times
but you use mostly always the way via Fuku-Dairy/ Enenews,
by your Theory you used a Source of *Garbage*,
ergo; your whole opinion is based on Lies!

C`mon, Life is not that easy popcorn

Dogmatard?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


I guess you have forgotten our previous discussion concerning this issue.
I stopped using the tepco data and stopped
making any analysis when it became apparent
that tepco was fudging the information and lying....
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Regulators confirm level 1 incident at Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant

Japan's nuclear regulatory authority said Wednesday that recently confirmed trouble with fuel rods stored in a spent nuclear fuel pool at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant is a level 1 incident on a 7-point international scale.

A pair of fuel rods was touching as a result of deformation in the bundle of fuel rods, leading the Nuclear Regulation Authority to determine that the fuel had likely been loaded to the reactor core "in an abnormal situation." The NRA's assessment of the incident is provisional.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Japan nuke operator says obsession with minor safety steps delayed severe accident measures

TOKYO — The operator of the disaster-struck Japanese nuclear power plant has acknowledged that the company long neglected safety measures intended to avoid and manage severe accidents while it was obsessed with fixing minor safety problems to improve operational records.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. is struggling to reform itself, and earlier this year launched an internal reform task force, led by company president Naomi Hirose, to find out what caused the disasters and compile improvement plans.
[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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Three Chinese Nuclear Reactor Projects Underway

Construction of three new Chinese reactors has started since the country’s announcement in October that it would approve only a ‘small number’ of projects in each of the coming five years.

First concrete has now been poured for Fuqing unit 4 in Fujian province and Yangjiang unit 4 in Guangdong province – both 1080 MWe CPR-1000 units. In addition, construction of the Shandong Shidaowan HTR-PM project – a demonstration high-temperature gas-cooled reactor – has also started in Shandong province.
[link to www.eurasiareview.com]
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Japan nuke operator says obsession with minor safety steps delayed severe accident measures

TOKYO — The operator of the disaster-struck Japanese nuclear power plant has acknowledged that the company long neglected safety measures intended to avoid and manage severe accidents while it was obsessed with fixing minor safety problems to improve operational records.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. is struggling to reform itself, and earlier this year launched an internal reform task force, led by company president Naomi Hirose, to find out what caused the disasters and compile improvement plans.
[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28515904


If nothing else; the Fuku Fiasco has boldly illustrated the
absolute need for complete transparency and rigid adherence to
safety, before profit, throughout the nuclear industry.
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Kyodo: Level 1 incident at Japan nuclear plant — Deformed fuel rods stuck together in pool
[link to enenews.com]

[snip]

Japan’s nuclear regulatory authority said Wednesday that recently confirmed trouble with fuel rods stored in a spent nuclear fuel pool at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant is a level 1 incident on a 7-point international scale.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Let's figure it out..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Just kidding..

Info from Tepco = garbage.

Analysis of garbage = garbage.

Garbage in = garbage out.
 Quoting: Waterbug


rofl

Look, you used Infos from Tepco for many, many Times
but you use mostly always the way via Fuku-Dairy/ Enenews,
by your Theory you used a Source of *Garbage*,
ergo; your whole opinion is based on Lies!

C`mon, Life is not that easy popcorn

Dogmatard?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


I guess you have forgotten our previous discussion concerning this issue.
I stopped using the tepco data and stopped
making any analysis when it became apparent
that tepco was fudging the information and lying....
 Quoting: Waterbug


For example this piece of Information is coming from Tepco
via Kyodo-News to you and you posted this here on Glp!

Isn:t a bit **Pseudo** when you say
"i don`t use any Tepco-Data"?

hf
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Kyodo: Level 1 incident at Japan nuclear plant — Deformed fuel rods stuck together in pool
[link to enenews.com]

[snip]

Japan’s nuclear regulatory authority said Wednesday that recently confirmed trouble with fuel rods stored in a spent nuclear fuel pool at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant is a level 1 incident on a 7-point international scale.
 Quoting: Waterbug


...


Just kidding..

Info from Tepco = garbage.

Analysis of garbage = garbage.

Garbage in = garbage out.
 Quoting: Waterbug


rofl

Look, you used Infos from Tepco for many, many Times
but you use mostly always the way via Fuku-Dairy/ Enenews,
by your Theory you used a Source of *Garbage*,
ergo; your whole opinion is based on Lies!

C`mon, Life is not that easy popcorn

Dogmatard?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


I guess you have forgotten our previous discussion concerning this issue.
I stopped using the tepco data and stopped
making any analysis when it became apparent
that tepco was fudging the information and lying....
 Quoting: Waterbug


For example this piece of Information is coming from Tepco
via Kyodo-News to you and you posted this here on Glp!

Isn:t a bit **Pseudo** when you say
"i don`t use any Tepco-Data"?

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


Do you understand the distinction between data and a news report..?
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Kyodo: Level 1 incident at Japan nuclear plant — Deformed fuel rods stuck together in pool
[link to enenews.com]

[snip]

Japan’s nuclear regulatory authority said Wednesday that recently confirmed trouble with fuel rods stored in a spent nuclear fuel pool at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant is a level 1 incident on a 7-point international scale.
 Quoting: Waterbug


...


rofl

Look, you used Infos from Tepco for many, many Times
but you use mostly always the way via Fuku-Dairy/ Enenews,
by your Theory you used a Source of *Garbage*,
ergo; your whole opinion is based on Lies!

C`mon, Life is not that easy popcorn

Dogmatard?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


I guess you have forgotten our previous discussion concerning this issue.
I stopped using the tepco data and stopped
making any analysis when it became apparent
that tepco was fudging the information and lying....
 Quoting: Waterbug


For example this piece of Information is coming from Tepco
via Kyodo-News to you and you posted this here on Glp!

Isn:t a bit **Pseudo** when you say
"i don`t use any Tepco-Data"?

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


Do you understand the distinction between data and a news report..?
 Quoting: Waterbug


Do you know and understand the Distinction between Yes or No?

Doubtful!

But i don:t mind because i am a nice Person iamwith
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Do you know and understand the Distinction between Yes or No?

Doubtful!

But i don:t mind because i am a nice Person iamwith
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29256427


Well.. I understand you are a guitar player and anti-nuke..

We do have that in common.
And I'm a nice guy.

But I didn't just call you stupid.
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I'm a nice guy.
 Quoting: Waterbug


hfrockon
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I'm a nice guy.
 Quoting: Waterbug


hfrockon
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28515904


Swede....my man.

You are very much appreciated around here, buddy.

Have a cigar..

cigar
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Massive dock washes ashore on national park beach

December 19, 2012

(CNN) -- A massive dock, possibly debris from the March 2011 tsunami that struck Japan, has washed ashore in Washington state's Olympic National Park.

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter spotted the dock Tuesday along a remote section of the park's coast, the Washington State Marine Debris Task Force said.

Authorities were trying to reach the dock by ground Wednesday to determine whether it was tsunami debris and whether it harbors invasive species that could harm the area.

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In June, a 66-foot-long dock turned up near Agate Beach, Oregon.

In September, a 50-foot-long dock was spotted off the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Molokai.

Alaska has seen much debris from the tsunami wash up on its beaches this year.




[link to www.cnn.com]
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Massive dock washes ashore on national park beach

December 19, 2012

(CNN) -- A massive dock, possibly debris from the March 2011 tsunami that struck Japan, has washed ashore in Washington state's Olympic National Park.

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter spotted the dock Tuesday along a remote section of the park's coast, the Washington State Marine Debris Task Force said.

Authorities were trying to reach the dock by ground Wednesday to determine whether it was tsunami debris and whether it harbors invasive species that could harm the area.

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In June, a 66-foot-long dock turned up near Agate Beach, Oregon.

In September, a 50-foot-long dock was spotted off the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Molokai.

Alaska has seen much debris from the tsunami wash up on its beaches this year.




[link to www.cnn.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Yeah.... I'd be really worried about 'invasive species' at this point... You go, authorities... haha.

Thanks for posting, brah..
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I thought that was odd, too.

Forget about the radioactive saturation..
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I thought that was odd, too.

Forget about the radioactive saturation..
 Quoting: .. 1610510


Well... we're trading partners with japan.
What's a little radiation here and there, between friends..?

But, be very afraid of invasive species. Bad, bad, bad.
Sound the alarm..

running
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Off-topic bullshit.

Man.. they are tearing up those texas state troopers who cavity-searched the women on the side of the road..

On headcase news, right now.
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Quake risk at Japan atomic recycling plant: experts
[link to www.google.com]

[snip]

Yasutaka Ikeda, assistant professor of geomorphology at Tokyo University, said a nearly 100-kilometre (60-mile) fault runs under the Rokkasho reprocessing plant in northern Japan.

"Even though experts' opinions are divided on whether this fault is active or not, I think the possibility of it being an active fault is extremely high, given the evidence," Ikeda told AFP.

"This fault could cause an 8-magnitude earthquake, so any nuclear-related facilities in the region are in danger," he said, referring to the Shimokita Peninsula where the Rokkasho plant is located.

Mitsuhisa Watanabe, professor of geomorphology at Tokyo University, separately told Wednesday's Tokyo Shimbun that part of an active fault runs directly under the Rokkasho plant, warning it is likely to move when the bigger fault moves.

The comment came days after government-appointed experts found that a nuclear power plant in the same region may sit atop an active seismic fault.
 Quoting: Waterbug


The Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant is a nuclear reprocessing plant with an annual capacity of 800 tons of uranium or 8 tons of plutonium,[1] owned by Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited located in the village of Rokkasho in northeast Aomori Prefecture, Japan approximately 17 miles (27 kilometers) north of the US Air Force's Misawa Air Base. Since 1993 there has been US$ 20 billion invested in the project, nearly triple the original cost estimate.[2] It is currently[when?] undergoing test operations, separating a small amount of used nuclear fuel. It is the successor to a smaller reprocessing plant located in Ibaraki.

At the same site there will also be:

A high level nuclear waste monitoring facility
A MOX fuel fabrication plant
A uranium enrichment plant
A low level radioactive waste landfill

In 2010, the Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant consisted of 38 buildings on an area of 3,800,000 m². [1]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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