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Citizenperth
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More:
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Now show us something about your claimed Melt-Through

popcorn

No Have?

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yup..go look at the international news that we have collated in a documented and studied chronology... tell me again non-japanese expert man, where i have it wrong...

yup all there

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Fact is that Citizenperth is unable to provide any Proof
of a Melt-Through,
i hope it will continue in this Way until the danger is over, but i know that the next nuclear Accident will come soon!
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Fact is that Citizenperth is unable to provide any Proof
of a Melt-Through,
i hope it will continue in this Way until the danger is over, but i know that the next nuclear Accident will come soon!

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FACT is your staements are lies and spammy;

1. go to my website
2. read the chronology
3. discredit myself and others at will

rather simple really.....

(get mum to hold your hand on your android as you do puzzles)

simple shit

and .......... GO!!!!


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latent doom calls were SO MUCH YESTERDAY

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Cploerb,

i think we should stop to kill this Thread,
fact is you are not able to provide a proof here and now,
ergo "you can:t uphold your Claim"! banana2

And now FACE it!
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Cploerb,

i think we should stop to kill this Thread,
fact is you are not able to provide a proof here and now,
ergo "you can:t uphold your Claim"! banana2

And now FACE it!
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my clains are there for all to see and documented at griffith university, curtin university and now enulled at others as a paper.... take the time, read it, and try to debunk the empirical data recorded..... so off you go.. here is respite for me.. you are a laff.... and no... your arse is mine everytime you try and spin global mass murder as something we 'have to live with', you indeed fit the mould for a reportable extrimist.. oops.. upgraded to global terrorist in the fact that you support behaviours that will end up in populous killings.. check the UN charter.... or do i do that for you as well?...

tread carefully shill

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The Americium could come from all the Fire-Alarm System,
when you talk about the findings in the Debris!

We have more than 400.000 destroyed Houses and every single House comes with ca. 4-6 Fire-Alarm Systems which is at least 2.ooo.ooo Systems!
popcorn
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LAFF MY FUCKING ARSE OFF!!!.. do you know how much DETECTABLE Americurium is in a smoke alarm!!!!

you said you are not japanese... so you consider killing a race of people by denial is either a: worth a penny or b: funny??

your sick and deluded think cannot last forever in the face of empirical fact.. mind you... south america sounds good to you once this is all over? (ladened with pockets full of sick and dying peoples money)?? say hi to hitler and croneys......
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In one single Fire-Alarm System is enough Americium to trigger
a average Geiger Counter!!!


popcorn

Why are you not happy that there is no Melt-Through?

And i denied only the Melt-Throughs but never the Melt-Downs which is horrible enough,
you Fool and Liar,
i never ever denied it!

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yes you did... many times....

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@Cploerb,

show us!
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Current counts in Japan
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blackcat

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Brilliant low Levels for Tokyo, as i said and measured!

Even Fukushima look good for a triple Melt-Down,
only Tochigi looks bad but:
Note that these are generally run by individuals, and not all readings may be accurate. Do not panic because you see a high reading. Someone could be getting invalid readings.
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Brilliant low Levels for Tokyo, as i said and measured!

Even Fukushima look good for a triple Melt-Down,
only Tochigi looks bad but:
Note that these are generally run by individuals, and not all readings may be accurate. Do not panic because you see a high reading. Someone could be getting invalid readings.
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agreed on that

what is required is empiracle statistics.. hardly available however in the current situation....

'good for a tripple melt thorugh'?... you kid not.... you will be in trouble eventually... eat cake before thos' dies....

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Ohi nuclear reactors in Japan may be stopped again

The chief of Japan's nuclear power regulator has indicated the possibility of calling on the operator of the country's only 2 running nuclear reactors to stop them.

At a news conference on Wednesday, Nuclear Regulation Authority Chairman Shunichi Tanaka made the remarks regarding No.3 and No.4 reactors at the Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui Prefecture, on the Sea of Japan coast.

He says any operating reactors that fail to meet the authority's new safety requirements need to be shut down. He says the Ohi plant cannot be treated as an exception.
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Disaster drill held for foreign residents in Tokyo

A disaster drill simulating a major earthquake was held in Tokyo on Wednesday for foreigners living in Japan.

Two hundred people from 28 countries, including China, Germany, Cuba and Argentina, took part in the drill.

About 400,000 foreigners live in Tokyo.
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Niigata assembly votes down nuclear referendum bill

The Niigata prefectural assembly voted down at its plenary session a bill calling for a referendum on whether to support resuming operation of a nuclear power plant in the prefecture, suspended after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear crisis.

Earlier, at the assembly's special committee, the Liberal Democratic Party voted against the bill, saying the state must be responsible for decisions regarding the restart of the Tokyo Electric Power Co. plant.
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TEPCO unveils additional teleconference footage

Tokyo Electric Power Co. on Wednesday unveiled additional video footage of teleconferences that took place following the March 2011 nuclear disaster at its Fukushima Daiichi power plant, depicting the plant's then chief calling for preventing exposure to radiation.

The 312 hours of video disclosed to news organizations and freelance journalists cover the in-house meetings March 23 to 30 and April 6 to 12, 2011.
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Might as well wipe you all out ..
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Might as well wipe you all out ..
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Right, let's start with Holland... we don't need your tulips and stinking cheese... lol...
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Work starts on first British dry fuel store

A two-year construction project to build a dry storage facility for used fuel from EDF Energy’s Sizewell B power station got under way this week. The facility will be used from 2015, when the plant’s storage pond is due to reach capacity.
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South Korea Makes Billion-Dollar Bet on Fusion Power

A fusion power demonstration reactor to be built in the 2030s in collaboration with the DoE's Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, represents a step toward commercial use.

South Korea has embarked on the development of a preliminary concept design for a fusion power demonstration reactor in collaboration with the US Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) in New Jersey.
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Russian nuclear energy conquers the world

Russian nuclear energy demonstrated impressive achievements in the global market "of nuclear services" in 2012. In this area, Rosatom State Corporation wins competition with major Western companies, even though cooperation in the field of "peaceful atom" remains under strong political pressure.

The portfolio of Rosatom's foreign orders before 2022 now stands at 69.3 billion dollars, not including the HEU-LEU contract (processing highly enriched uranium (HEU) extracted from nuclear warheads of Russian missiles into low enriched uranium (LEU)).
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French firm takes over Irish OpenHydro

French nuclear submarine maker and marine technology and energy group, DCNS, today said it has taken over majority ownership of Co Louth-based ocean energy firm, OpenHydro for an undisclosed sum.
DCNS, which is part owned by the French government, is increasing its holding in the capital of OpenHydro from 11pc to 59.7pc, taking control of the Irish start-up specialising in marine turbines.
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PERRY NRC EVENT REPORT: AUTOMATIC REACTOR PROTECTION SYSTEM ACTUATION

On January 22, 2013, at approximately 0332 hours [EDT], an automatic Reactor Protection System (RPS) actuation occurred at the Perry Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1. At the time of the event, the plant was in Mode 1 at 100% power. All control rods are inserted into the reactor core and the plant is currently stable in Mode 3 (Hot Shutdown) with reactor pressure and level being maintained in the normal shutdown range.
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San Diego School District calls for NRC to conduct adjudicatory license amendment hearing process at San Onofre

The Board of Education of the San Diego Unified School District has passed a resolution Tuesday night, which calls for the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission to conduct an adjudicatory license amendment hearing process on the proposed restart to San Onofre’s defective Unit 2 nuclear reactor.
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Ohi nuclear reactors in Japan may be stopped again

The chief of Japan's nuclear power regulator has indicated the possibility of calling on the operator of the country's only 2 running nuclear reactors to stop them.


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I really think that there are only 5-10 Reactor from our 52
who can stand all the new Rules,
all the other need to get Dismantled!

But many Town-Major play this imo. dangerous Game,
they say "Yes Restart them, daijobu, when they pass the Security Test"
instead of saying "We are against the Restart"!

But the next question is
"What are we doing with all this Fuel"?
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Might as well wipe you all out ..
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Right, let's start with Holland... we don't need your tulips and stinking cheese... lol...
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No...i mean all there armys with marmer circles bases.
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...wow those are allot.
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Fact is that Citizenperth is unable to provide any Proof
of a Melt-Through,
i hope it will continue in this Way until the danger is over, but i know that the next nuclear Accident will come soon!

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FACT is your staements are lies and spammy;


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popcorn

Have a READ:
And no need to report me again, it is much less than 50% lol


Unit 1.;

Inside unit 1, it is understood that the water level dropped to the top of the fuel about three hours after the scram (6 pm) and the bottom of the fuel 1.5 hours later (7.30 pm). The temperature of the exposed fuel rose to some 2800°C so that the central part started to melt after a few hours and by 16 hours after the scram (7 am Saturday) most of it had fallen into the water at the bottom of the RPV. Since then RPV temperatures have decreased steadily.

As pressure rose, attempts were made to vent the containment, and when external power and compressed air sources were harnessed this was successful, by about 2.30 pm Saturday. The venting was designed to be through an external stack, but in the absence of power much of it backflowed to the service floor at the top of the reactor building, representing a serious failure of this sytem. The vented steam, noble gases and aerosols were accompanied by hydrogen. At 3.36 pm on Saturday 12th, there was a hydrogen explosion on the service floor of the building above unit 1 reactor containment, blowing off the roof and cladding on the top part of the building, after the hydrogen mixed with air and ignited. (Oxidation of the zirconium cladding at high temperatures in the presence of steam produces hydrogen exothermically, with this exacerbating the fuel decay heat problem.)

In unit 1 most of the core - as corium comprised of melted fuel and control rods - was assumed to be in the bottom of the RPV, but later it appeared that it had mostly gone through the bottom of the RPV and eroded about 65 cm into the drywell concrete below (which is 2.6 m thick). This reduced the intensity of the heat and enabled the mass to solidify.

Much of the fuel in units 2 & 3 also apparently melted to some degree, but to a lesser extent than in unit 1, and a day or two later. In mid May the unit 1 core would still be producing 1.8 MW of heat, and units 2 & 3 would be producing about 3.0 MW each.

Unit 2.

In unit 2, water injection using the steam-driven back-up water injection system failed on Monday 14th, and it was about six hours before a fire pump started injecting seawater into the RPV. Before the fire pump could be used RPV pressure had to be relieved via the wetwell, which required power and nitrogen, hence the delay. Meanwhile the reactor water level dropped rapidly after back-up cooling was lost, so that core damage started about 8 pm, and it is now provisionally understood that much of the fuel then melted and probably fell into the water at the bottom of the RPV about 100 hours after the scram. Pressure was vented on 13th and again on 15th, and meanwhile the blowout panel near the top of the building was opened to avoid a repetition of unit 1 hydrogen explosion. Early on Tuesday 15th, the pressure suppression chamber under the actual reactor seemed to rupture, possibly due to a hydrogen explosion there, and the drywell containment pressure inside dropped. However, subsequent inspection of the suppression chamber did not support the rupture interpretation. Later analysis suggested that a leak of the PCV developed on Tuesday 15th.


Unit 3.

In Unit 3, the main back-up water injection system failed at 11 am on Saturday 12th and early on Sunday 13th, water injection using the high pressure system failed also and water levels dropped dramatically. RPV pressure was reduced by venting steam into the wetwell, allowing injection of seawater using a fire pump from just before noon. Early on Sunday venting the suppression chamber and containment was successfully undertaken. It is now understood that core damage started about 9 am and much or all of the fuel melted on the morning of Sunday 13th and possibly fell into the water at the bottom of the RPV, or was retained on the core support plate within the shroud.

Early on Monday 14th PCV venting was repeated, and this evidently backflowed to the service floor of the building, so that at 11 am a very large hydrogen explosion here above unit 3 reactor containment blew off much of the roof and walls and demolished the top part of the building. This explosion created a lot of debris, and some of that on the ground near unit 3 was very radioactive.

In defueled unit 4, at about 6 am on Tuesday 15 March, there was an explosion which destroyed the top of the building and damaged unit 3's superstructure further. This was apparently from hydrogen arising in unit 3 and reaching unit 4 by backflow in shared ducts when vented from unit 3.

Water has been injected into each of the three reactor units more or less continuously, and in the absence of normal heat removal via external heat exchanger this water was boiling off for some months. In the government report to IAEA in June it was estimated that to the end of May about 40% of the injected water boiled off, and 60% leaked out the bottom. In June this was adding to the contaminated water on site by about 500 m3 per day.

There was a peak of radioactive release on 15th, but the source remains uncertain. Due to volatile and easily-airborne fission products being carried with the hydrogen and steam, the venting and hydrogen explosions discharged a lot of radioactive material into the atmosphere, notably iodine and caesium. NISA said in June that it estimated that 800-1000 kg of hydrogen had been produced in each of the units.

Nitrogen is being injected into the containment vessels of all three reactors to remove concerns about further hydrogen explosions, and in December this was started also for the pressure vessels. Gas control systems which extract and clean the gas from the PCV to avoid leakage of caesium have been commissioned for all three units.

Through 2011 injection into the RPVs of water circulated through the new water treatment plant achieved relatively effective cooling, and temperatures at the bottom of the RPVs were stable in the range 60-76°C at the end of October, and 27-54°C in mid January. RPV pressures ranged from atmospheric to slightly above (102-109 kPa) in January, due to water and nitrogen injection. However, since they are leaking, the normal definition of "cold shutdown" does not apply, and Tepco waited to bring radioactive releases under control before declaring "cold shutdown condition" in mid December, with NISA's approval. This, with the prime minister's announcement of it, formally brought to a close the 'accident' phase of events.

The AC electricity supply from external source was connected to all units by 22 March. Power was restored to instrumentation in all units except unit 3 by 25 March. However, radiation levels inside the plant were so high that normal access was impossible until June.
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US graphs of radiation.. serious radiation....

EPA graph..a little hard to read, but sent by a friend from his FB blog...

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Current counts in Japan
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Brilliant low Levels for Tokyo, as i said and measured!

Even Fukushima look good for a triple Melt-Down,
only Tochigi looks bad but:
Note that these are generally run by individuals, and not all readings may be accurate. Do not panic because you see a high reading. Someone could be getting invalid readings.
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Thread: Tokyo Radiation Contamination - Dog's Paw after snow walk - 740cpm - (Fukushima)
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So after you keep calling me out I still do your homework for you atom boy RE: melt-through: (a coin termed by your country after it happened)

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

and:
<snip>
The Telegraph reports today:

The
nuclear fuel in three of the reactors at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear
plant has melted through the base of the pressure vessels and is
pooling in the outer containment vessels, according to a report by the
Japanese government.



The findings of the report, which has
been given to the International Atomic Energy Agency, were revealed
by the Yomiuri newspaper, which described a "melt-through" as being
"far worse than a core meltdown" and "the worst possibility in a
nuclear accident."



***



The pressure vessel of the No. 1
reactor is now believed to have suffered damage just five hours
after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, contrary to an estimation
released by Tepco, which estimated the failure at 15 hours later.



Melt-downs of the fuel in the No. 2 and No. 3 reactors followed over
the following days with the molten fuel collecting at the bottom of
the pressure vessels before burning through and into the external
steel containment vessels.



***



"The recovery effort
at the plant is likely to be more difficult as they will not be able
to use their previous plan to contain the fuel," Yoshiaki Oka, a
professor of nuclear science at Tokyo's Waseda University told The
Daily Telegraph.

"So it may take longer and be more difficult, but it is something they have to do.

Other portions of the Telegraph article underplay the severity of the crisis, such as:

The fuel appears to be stable at present as it is being cooled by water
pumped into the vessels, although it will complicate the emergency
recovery plan put forward by the government.



***

But
we now know that this happened at the very beginning of the accident,
so I see no particular additional affects on human health, he said.

<end snip>

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Yomiuri: “The worst-case scenario is a China syndrome” [...] A China syndrome refers to a situation in which nuclear fuel in a reactor melts and goes through a containment vessel -Masao Yoshida, former chief of the Fukushima Daiichi plant
Title: Fukushima: Probability theory is unsafe
Source: The Japan Times Online
Author: Kenichi Ohmae, Nuclear engineer
Date: Apr. 18, 2012
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[...] As a nuclear core designer and someone who earned a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in nuclear engineering, I volunteered to look into the situation at Fukushima No. 1 in June of 2011. Mr. Goushi Hosono, minister of nuclear power and environment, personally gave me access to the information and personnel who were directly involved in the containment operations of the postdisaster nuclear plants. After three months of investigation, I analyzed and wrote a long report detailing minute by minute how the nuclear reactors were actually disabled (pr.bbt757.com/eng/)

Here are the highlights of my findings:

1. Three of the six reactors of Fukushima No. 1 had a complete core meltdown a few days after the tsunami hit. The molten fuel penetrated not only through the bottom of the thick pressure vessel, but also poked holes at the bottom of the containment vessel, thus releasing fission materials into the environment. The meltdown itself started at 11p.m. on the day of the tsunami, March 11, 2011.

2. As expected, the meltdown caused the fuel cladding material, zircaloy (zirconium alloy), to react with vapor and to create large quantities of hydrogen and zirconium oxide, which caused the catastrophic hydrogen explosion that blew out three reactor buildings. The hydrogen explosion took place on March 12, 14 and 15. The Japanese Government did not admit to the meltdown until three months later, nor did they admit to the damage to the containment vessels until a half year later. Our government tried to hide this important information for some reason, though judging from the amount of fission material released and from the size of the hydrogen explosion, the meltdown of the entire core was undeniable for anyone who has studied reactor engineering. [...]

Many long-held myths have been broken as a result of the Fukushima No. 1 meltdown.

As the molten fuel made its way through the pressure vessel and the molten “lava” melted the bottom of the containment vessel, it released huge amounts of fission gasses and particles to the air and water.

The assumed role of the containment vessel proved to be faulty against this type of melt through. [...]


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(Japan times have removed their online article)

however:

[link to enenews.com]

<snip>
A new simulation of the meltdowns at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station found that the situation was even worse than previously thought. It now appears that nearly all the nuclear fuel in reactor 1 melted through the first line of defense, the steel reactor vessel, and made a serious dent in the next protective layer.

(The analysis is only available in Japanese at this time, but we'll update the post when/if it comes out in English. The source of the figures in this post is a brief summary from World Nuclear News.)

TEPCO, the utility that owns the Fukushima plant, ran new calculations of the rate at which the nuclear fuel melted in reactors 1, 2, and 3. These three reactors were in service at the time of the 11 March earthquake and tsunami, and although they automatically shut down following the earthquake, the tsunami knocked out all power at the facility and thus prevented cooling systems from removing the nuclear fuel's residual heat.

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[link to spectrum.ieee.org]

now AB... run along and do your own research.... calling me out like that *tisk *tisk

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Beginning time 01/23/13 11:10:16 AM
Ending time 01/23/13 07:34:16 PM
Elapsed Minutes 503

Total Counts 22,647
Average CPM 45
Minimum CPM 21
Maximum CPM 103
Last Alert Level Set (CPM) 100

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RADIATION ALERT ~ SEATTLE AREA OVER FEDERAL ALERT LIMIT

Fall City, WA, US

Altitude 174 feet

Geiger Counter Model Inspector+

Beginning time 01/23/13 11:10:16 AM
Ending time 01/23/13 07:34:16 PM
Elapsed Minutes 503

Total Counts 22,647
Average CPM 45
Minimum CPM 21
Maximum CPM 103
Last Alert Level Set (CPM) 100

Minimum CPM occurred 01/23/13 02:33:16 PM
Maximum CPM occurred 01/23/13 06:28:22 PM
Alert Level first exceeded 01/23/13 06:28:22 PM
Alert Level last exceeded 01/23/13 06:28:22 PM
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