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Photos indicate imminent N.Korea nuclear test

US researchers say new satellite imagery indicates North Korea appears to be at a continued state of readiness for a nuclear test.

The North has indicated that it is set to carry out its third nuclear test.

A research group at Johns Hopkins University posted online a satellite photo and its analysis on Friday of the Poongkye-ri nuclear test site. The image was taken on Wednesday.
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Japanese firms enter wind power business in Europe

Japanese companies are working with European firms in a series of offshore wind-power generation projects in Europe.

Mitsubishi Corporation recently reached agreement with Holland's Eneco to acquire 50 percent of the rights to build and operate a wind farm off the Dutch coast.

The companies intend to install more than 40 turbines by August, 2015 that will be able to generate up to 130,000 kilowatts of electricity.

Mitsubishi is planning to take part in projects in other European countries as well.
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Nuclear Regulatory Commission delays decision on San Onofre restart

According to an updated timeline posted on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s website, a decision to restart the San Onofre Unit 2 reactor has been delayed until the end of May.

According to Victor Dricks, a NRC spokesperson, the NRC needs additional time to conduct more on-site inspections at the plant.

Both Unit 2 and Unit 3 have been offline since January 2012, and it seems unlikely that Unit 3 will ever return to service.
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@ Southern OR,
i used exactly the same Article but Cploerb
do not believe it but he failed to show us
any proof instead he repeaded Gossip!
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who's cplearb? or your mother taught you no manners, or etiquete?
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@ Southern OR,
i used exactly the same Article but Cploerb
do not believe it but he failed to show us
any proof instead he repeaded Gossip!
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i gave you the information you requested, made fun of and required.... other than that, you are on your own.....
cpblearb is very disrespectful.... just saying AB.. you would carry more weight without the detrimental snide arrogance...

or maybe not.....

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Fukushima Accident 2011
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.

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.

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.
[link to www.world-nuclear.org]
(updated 10 January 2013)

I see there was discussion again on needing verification of melt through. I found this to be a nice summary.
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^^^nice one, not seen this article, thanks OR hf
best rgds rawpaul
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@ Southern OR,
i used exactly the same Article but Cploerb
do not believe it but he failed to show us
any proof instead he repeaded Gossip!
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who's cplearb? or your mother taught you no manners, or etiquete?
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MiMiMi Miep?

You started this Bs-Behaviour

Cploerb!
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@ Southern OR,
i used exactly the same Article but Cploerb
do not believe it but he failed to show us
any proof instead he repeaded Gossip!
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who's cplearb? or your mother taught you no manners, or etiquete?
 Quoting: Citizenperth



MiMiMi Miep?

You started this Bs-Behaviour

Cploerb!
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who's cplearb? or your mother taught you no manners, or etiquete?
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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- Albert Einstein
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Read all about it: How Kan-do attitude averted the meltdown of Japan
The first word of the title — Tōden, the Japanese abbreviation of Tokyo Electric Power Co., or Tepco, the company that owns and operates the ill-fated plant — makes it clear that ex-Prime Minister Kan believes Tepco to be at the root of the accident and the concomitant damage it continues to cause as well.

As the true nature of the disaster unfolded in the weeks and months following the earthquake and tsunami, Kan came to see that no one would be safe in Japan until all of the country’s nuclear plants were shut down and decommissioned. How and why he came to this conclusion is the paramount theme of this book.

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Should be interesting to read!
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Read all about it: How Kan-do attitude averted the meltdown of Japan
The first word of the title — Tōden, the Japanese abbreviation of Tokyo Electric Power Co., or Tepco, the company that owns and operates the ill-fated plant — makes it clear that ex-Prime Minister Kan believes Tepco to be at the root of the accident and the concomitant damage it continues to cause as well.

As the true nature of the disaster unfolded in the weeks and months following the earthquake and tsunami, Kan came to see that no one would be safe in Japan until all of the country’s nuclear plants were shut down and decommissioned. How and why he came to this conclusion is the paramount theme of this book.

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Should be interesting to read!
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smoking gun

"“I was at Tepco headquarters at 6 a.m. on the 15th when it was reported that a loud boom had been heard coming from Reactor No. 2; and at roughly the same time, Reactor No. 4 experienced a meltdown. … I began to think that we might be facing the worst-case scenario.”"

yer right though, a book worthy of the read ;)


there was no fuel in #4.. right.. wrong.. the prime minister at the time just confirmed it.... how does something melt down when there is nothing to melt.. wrong.....

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Two years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan is making a big push to win back German tourists, who are still avoiding the country because of concerns over radiation.
Germans are especially sensitive to nuclear issues and reacted strongly to the Fukushima disaster, with Chancellor Angela Merkel taking the decision to exit nuclear power as a result.

Even at the dentist, Germans are often skeptical about the effects of x-rays and require reassurance over radiation levels.
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More importantly in their attempt to boost tourism numbers from Germany, they have called in a German radiation expert, Rolf Michel from the University of Hanover, to help allay those radiation fears.

"In fact, the level of radiation occurring naturally in Japan is much lower than that of Germany," said Michel, who also highlighted data showing levels found in food were now negligible.

He said that outside of Fukushima prefecture, the levels of naturally occurring radiation plus the radiation as a result of the accident are still within the range considered average for Germany.
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Two years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan is making a big push to win back German tourists, who are still avoiding the country because of concerns over radiation.
Germans are especially sensitive to nuclear issues and reacted strongly to the Fukushima disaster, with Chancellor Angela Merkel taking the decision to exit nuclear power as a result.

Even at the dentist, Germans are often skeptical about the effects of x-rays and require reassurance over radiation levels.
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More importantly in their attempt to boost tourism numbers from Germany, they have called in a German radiation expert, Rolf Michel from the University of Hanover, to help allay those radiation fears.

"In fact, the level of radiation occurring naturally in Japan is much lower than that of Germany," said Michel, who also highlighted data showing levels found in food were now negligible.

He said that outside of Fukushima prefecture, the levels of naturally occurring radiation plus the radiation as a result of the accident are still within the range considered average for Germany.

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looks nice enough for a dip............
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Read all about it: How Kan-do attitude averted the meltdown of Japan
The first word of the title — Tōden, the Japanese abbreviation of Tokyo Electric Power Co., or Tepco, the company that owns and operates the ill-fated plant — makes it clear that ex-Prime Minister Kan believes Tepco to be at the root of the accident and the concomitant damage it continues to cause as well.

As the true nature of the disaster unfolded in the weeks and months following the earthquake and tsunami, Kan came to see that no one would be safe in Japan until all of the country’s nuclear plants were shut down and decommissioned. How and why he came to this conclusion is the paramount theme of this book.

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Should be interesting to read!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


smoking gun

"“I was at Tepco headquarters at 6 a.m. on the 15th when it was reported that a loud boom had been heard coming from Reactor No. 2; and at roughly the same time, Reactor No. 4 experienced a meltdown. … I began to think that we might be facing the worst-case scenario.”"

yer right though, a book worthy of the read ;)


there was no fuel in #4.. right.. wrong.. the prime minister at the time just confirmed it.... how does something melt down when there is nothing to melt.. wrong.....
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Well, the reactor might have been empty, but how else could they explain to the world damage that looked as if it were caused by a miniature-yield nuclear bomb.
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Read all about it: How Kan-do attitude averted the meltdown of Japan
The first word of the title — Tōden, the Japanese abbreviation of Tokyo Electric Power Co., or Tepco, the company that owns and operates the ill-fated plant — makes it clear that ex-Prime Minister Kan believes Tepco to be at the root of the accident and the concomitant damage it continues to cause as well.

As the true nature of the disaster unfolded in the weeks and months following the earthquake and tsunami, Kan came to see that no one would be safe in Japan until all of the country’s nuclear plants were shut down and decommissioned. How and why he came to this conclusion is the paramount theme of this book.

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Should be interesting to read!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


smoking gun

"“I was at Tepco headquarters at 6 a.m. on the 15th when it was reported that a loud boom had been heard coming from Reactor No. 2; and at roughly the same time, Reactor No. 4 experienced a meltdown. … I began to think that we might be facing the worst-case scenario.”"

yer right though, a book worthy of the read ;)


there was no fuel in #4.. right.. wrong.. the prime minister at the time just confirmed it.... how does something melt down when there is nothing to melt.. wrong.....
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Well, the reactor might have been empty, but how else could they explain to the world damage that looked as if it were caused by a miniature-yield nuclear bomb.
 Quoting: ehecatl


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@ ehecatel,

there was for 100% no Bomb,
otherwise we would find Sphere-Pac Fuel!

This not happened-Ergo: No Weapon Grade Plutonium!
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Radiation exposure in thyroids of Fukushima kids estimated at under 30 mSv

The level of radiation exposure in the thyroid glands of 1-year-old children living around the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is estimated at less than 30 millisieverts in most cases, a research team at the National Institute of Radiological Sciences said Sunday.

The figure is lower than the 50 millisievert threshold that the International Atomic Energy Agency uses in calling for iodine to be taken to prevent exposure.

The research team came up with the estimate by combining various data, including the results of thyroid examinations on around 1,000 children in Fukushima Prefecture, where the crippled Daiichi plant is located, conducted immediately after the nuclear crisis occurred, as well as projections for the accumulation of radioactive material.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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India dreams big on nuclear power

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has always strongly batted for use of nuclear energy. Speaking at the diamond jubilee celebrations of the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics in Kolkata, Singh said: "I am convinced that nuclear energy will play an important role in our quest for a clean and environment friendly energy mix as a major locomotive to fuel our development processes."

In a global landmark, the world's safest nuclear reactor, the 1000 MW Russian made reactor that experts say can never face a Fukushima type of disaster since it can be cooled simply by air flow and gravity in times of emergency is being commissioned at Kudankulam in southern India.
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Russia explores old nuclear waste dumps in Arctic

The toxic legacy of the Cold War lives on in Russia's Arctic, where the Soviet military dumped many tonnes of radioactive hardware at sea.
For more than a decade, Western governments have been helping Russia to remove nuclear fuel from decommissioned submarines docked in the Kola Peninsula - the region closest to Scandinavia.

But further east lies an intact nuclear submarine at the bottom of the Kara Sea, and its highly enriched uranium fuel is a potential time bomb.
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France Deploys Special Forces as Terrorism Fears Grow

France has sent Special Forces to guard mines in Niger which supply most of the uranium for the French nuclear power industry. Back home, the government has increased the terror alert to its second-highest level, and has reinforced security at key government and tourist sites. There are fears of retaliation at home and abroad following France's intervention in Mali.
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Japan faces nuclear shutdown for second time since Fukushima
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The Fukushima disaster, the worst nuclear accident in the world in a quarter century, prompted the gradual shutdown of all Japan’s nuclear reactors until there were none left operating in May 2012, leaving the country without atomic power for the first time since 1970.


TOKYO —
Japan may face a total nuclear shutdown in the summer for the second time since the March 2011 Fukushima disaster as the country’s two operating reactors close for maintenance and tough new safety checks keep the rest of the fleet offline.
That could force Japan to import even more fossil fuels for power generation, adding to an onerous energy bill that helped push the country into a record trade deficit in 2012.
“It is unlikely that any of the idled reactors will re-start prior to September due to ongoing investigations of seismic issues at certain plants and due to the fact that safety standards have still not been finalised by the Nuclear Regulation Authority,” said Tom O’Sullivan, a Tokyo-based energy consultant.
“Local approvals will also be necessary for re-starts, adding a further layer of complication,” he said.

<end snip>

[link to www.japantoday.com]

some good news.....
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some reports from Troy Livingston today
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well.. there's our missing tritium....

Tepco to discharge 2,000 ~ 3,000 Bq/ml of tritium to the sea, “50 times much as legal limit”
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Tepco is going to discharge contaminated water to the sea. (cf, Tepco officially announced to discharge contaminated water into Pacific ocean [URL])

Tepco states the discharged water will be purified by the purifying facility “Alps”, but it can’t filter out the nuclide called “tritium”. Tritium is radioactive water.
It is estimated that the water contains 2,000 ~ 3,000 Bq/ml of tritium even after purification, which is 33 ~ 50 times much as the legal limit to discharge.

[link to fukushima-diary.com]

unrepenting.... and illegal on a global scale....

mind you... how much has already gone overboard????

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Japan Atomic’s Tsuruga Nuclear Plant May Be on Active Fault
An earthquake fault line under Japan Atomic Power Co.’s Tsuruga nuclear plant may be active, a report commissioned by the Nuclear Regulation Authority concluded, raising the likelihood it will be permanently shut.

The Tsuruga atomic station is one of six nuclear plants being investigated for active fault lines as part of a safety overhaul following the Fukushima disaster. Laws in Japan, which experiences about 10 percent of the world’s earthquakes, prohibit building reactors on active faults.

While the ruling today in a draft report indicates Japan Atomic -- owned by utilities including Tokyo Electric Power Co. and Kansai Electric Power Co. -- should decommission the plant, the ruling can be appealed. All but two of Japan’s 50 reactors are shut for safety checks.

“The crush zone running under the Tsuruga power station is very likely an active fault,” according to the report. The NRA may review the conclusion if the plant operator provides “objective data that deny the possibility that the fault is active” through additional investigation, the report said.

Today’s report focused on the Tsuruga No. 2 reactor and was compiled by a team led by Kunihiko Shimazaki, an NRA commissioner, and four other scientists. The team in December ran a two-day on-site survey at the plant about 30 kilometers (18 miles) north of Lake Biwa, which supplies drinking water for the Kansai region
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[link to www.bloomberg.com]
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PROMETHEUS TRAP (1): U.S. frustrated with Japan's initial response to Fukushima
Between late on March 14, 2011, and early the next morning, a top secret diplomatic cable arrived at the Foreign Ministry.

Sent three days after the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, the document detailed the major concerns that Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, had voiced to Japan's ambassador to the United States, Ichiro Fujisaki. At the time, the Japanese government had still not decided to use Self-Defense Force helicopters to dump water into the crippled nuclear plant.

Fujisaki, 65, sent the cable electronically under the highest level of confidentiality. Information included on the cable indicated which government agencies had the necessary clearance to read it and how long the document was to be kept. When it was printed, watermarks on the document identified the government agency it was intended for as well as the document number.

Because civil servants can face criminal charges for disclosing state secrets, no government source would publicly admit the cable existed.

Even after Fujisaki stepped down as ambassador in November last year, he denied the existence of such a cable when questioned by The Asahi Shimbun. And although Naoto Kan as prime minister at the time would have seen the cable, he said, "I do not remember" when asked about it.

However, a number of individuals who actually read the cable confirmed the contents of the document, which outlined the general frustration the United States felt over the inaction of the Japanese government.

Mullen frequently visited the White House for direct meetings with U.S. President Barack Obama. The cable depicts Mullen as raising serious doubts about how Japan was dealing with the situation because the overall view in Washington was that the response to the accident was being left in the hands of Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the Fukushima plant.

On the morning of March 14, 2011, an explosion occurred at the No. 3 reactor following a similar explosion days earlier at the No. 1 reactor. In the afternoon, core pressure at the No. 2 reactor also began to rise as its cooling functions deteriorated.

However, Mullen's major concern was with the situation at the No. 4 reactor. He is reported as saying that the SDF should be used to cool the reactors.

"The U.S. military believes the No. 4 reactor is in danger. It feels every step should be taken to cool the reactor, including using the SDF," the cable said.

The No. 4 reactor had 1,535 nuclear fuel rods in its storage pool, a much greater number than the other three reactors. A meltdown would occur once the pool was empty of water, releasing huge volumes of radiation into the atmosphere and affecting not just Fukushima, but potentially all of Japan.

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Tepco to discharge 2,000 ~ 3,000 Bq/ml of tritium to the sea, “50 times much as legal limit”
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Tepco is going to discharge contaminated water to the sea. (cf, Tepco officially announced to discharge contaminated water into Pacific ocean [URL])

Tepco states the discharged water will be purified by the purifying facility “Alps”, but it can’t filter out the nuclide called “tritium”. Tritium is radioactive water.
It is estimated that the water contains 2,000 ~ 3,000 Bq/ml of tritium even after purification, which is 33 ~ 50 times much as the legal limit to discharge.

[link to fukushima-diary.com]

unrepenting.... and illegal on a global scale....

mind you... how much has already gone overboard????

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melt down = still in vessel
melt-through = outside containment vessel

you cannot have radioactive tritium without the cores being exposed to the environment.....

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unrepenting.... and illegal on a global scale....

mind you... how much has already gone overboard????

bump


 Quoting: Citizenperth


melt down = still in vessel
melt-through = outside containment vessel

you cannot have radioactive tritium without the cores being exposed to the environment.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


rofl popcorn

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Cploerb need to learn a loto!

Radioactive tritium leaks found at 48 US nuke sites
Leaks from at least 37 of those facilities contained concentrations exceeding the federal drinking water standard — sometimes at hundreds of times the limit.
[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]
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unrepenting.... and illegal on a global scale....

mind you... how much has already gone overboard????

bump


 Quoting: Citizenperth


melt down = still in vessel
melt-through = outside containment vessel

you cannot have radioactive tritium without the cores being exposed to the environment.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


rofl popcorn

Google: 2,1 Seconds
Cploerb need to learn a loto!

Radioactive tritium leaks found at 48 US nuke sites
Leaks from at least 37 of those facilities contained concentrations exceeding the federal drinking water standard — sometimes at hundreds of times the limit.
[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]
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who's cpleorb? AB?... hmmmm?

not the same as what happened at fuku you downplayer...... never said any of them didn't leak.. in fact i always point out that they all do... and releases are the norm.... you can't argue there is any comparison... you're non-apologetic is as always noted.
whatmeltthrough

keep smiling.....

i note you conveniently left out the news...
Tepco to discharge 2,000 ~ 3,000 Bq/ml of tritium to the sea, “50 times much as legal limit”
Posted by Mochizuki on January 28th, 2013 · No Comments
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Tepco is going to discharge contaminated water to the sea. (cf, Tepco officially announced to discharge contaminated water into Pacific ocean [URL])

Tepco states the discharged water will be purified by the purifying facility “Alps”, but it can’t filter out the nuclide called “tritium”. Tritium is radioactive water.
It is estimated that the water contains 2,000 ~ 3,000 Bq/ml of tritium even after purification, which is 33 ~ 50 times much as the legal limit to discharge.

[link to fukushima-diary.com]

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unrepenting.... and illegal on a global scale....

mind you... how much has already gone overboard????

bump


 Quoting: Citizenperth


melt down = still in vessel
melt-through = outside containment vessel

you cannot have radioactive tritium without the cores being exposed to the environment.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


rofl popcorn

Google: 2,1 Seconds
Cploerb need to learn a loto!


Radioactive tritium leaks found at 48 US nuke sites
Leaks from at least 37 of those facilities contained concentrations exceeding the federal drinking water standard — sometimes at hundreds of times the limit.
[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


who's cpleorb? AB?... hmmmm?

not the same as what happened at fuku you downplayer...... never said any of them didn't leak.. in fact i always point out that they all do... and releases are the norm.... you can't argue there is any comparison... you're non-apologetic is as always noted.


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@Cploerb
I made it for you in Bold,
you have absolute no Idea about nuclear Reactors
and your Interpretation is soooooo damned Pseudo-Scientific!

You should read some Books about this Topic,

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