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you are a collaborator and supportive of long term genocide.. live with it....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/29/2013 08:28 AM
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Meanwhile in Japan..

Paper; Gamma Radiation Damage To Fukushima Units 1- 4 Spent Fuel Pools
[link to www.simplyinfo.org]

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CONCLUSION

We have learned many things about our research on gamma heating or radiation damage that can be caused by the fuel racks being so close to the spent fuel pool (SFP 4) walls. This review has raised a host of questions which, at the time of this writing are unanswered as follows:

Analysis to support moving the racks containing the fuel assemblies so close to the wall and adjacent to the concrete (1/2 inch) has not been able to be found. Not even in the documents to support a more dense SFP fuel loading.
Operation in an unanalyzed condition at NPPs (nuclear power plants) must be evaluated to support the continued operation which must be done at Japan’s NPPs.

SFP 4 has had the total fuel loading from the last period of operation centrally placed in the pool. To our knowledge this has not been done at any other reactors and introduces a critical element of trying to complete assessments on the severity of heating and intense gamma radiation induced on the wall in that location
At this point our assumption is that concrete degradation is occurring in the SFP, concrete overheating, spalling, chipping and chemical changes are ongoing.

The annular space between the concrete and the liner is being impacted by potential hydrogen, Co2, hydrogen peroxide or other gas concentrations which produce new challenges.
In addition to the gamma fields there are also spontaneous neutrons which are generated and may escape the racks and interact with the steel liner or concrete structure.

We have established our choice of the boundary conditions within the concrete around which more detailed analysis can be done. The limit is 2 x10e20 rads of dose for gamma radiation. The estimated radiation level of a fuel assembly which has been discharged from the reactor core is on the order of 1 x 10e6Rem/Hr.
We must take into consideration all of the accumulated radiation exposure that has been received since the beginning of operation for unit 4.
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Say it ain't so, Joe...
This is disturbing because they aren't sure why it is happening.
Some point to increased detection tech....
but the increase in developing countries without
the tech. seems to discount that explanation.



Facts about Thyroid Cancer
[link to www.thyca.org]

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Thyroid cancer is the fastest increasing cancer in both men and women.
It is the most common endocrine cancer. Thyroid cancer is a cancerous tumor or growth located within the thyroid gland.

Thyroid cancer is one of the few cancers that has increased in incidence rates over recent years. It occurs in all age groups from children through seniors.
The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be about 60,220 new cases of thyroid cancer in the U.S. in 2013. Of these new cases, about 45,310 will occur in women and about 14,910 will occur in men. About 1,850 people (1,040 women and 810 men) will die of thyroid cancer in 2013.

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The Rising Incidence of Thyroid Cancer
[link to www.nytimes.com]

Increasing world incidence of thyroid cancer: Increased detection or higher radiation exposure?
[link to www.hormones.gr]

Thyroid cancer cases double in 20 years UK
[link to www.cancerresearchuk.org]
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Fukushima town estimates children's exposure doses

A town near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has started examinations to estimate the radiation exposure of young residents during the initial phase of the nuclear accident at the plant in March 2011.

Namie Town is between 5 and 30 kilometers from the crippled plant. Many of its residents evacuated to northwestern areas of the town just after the accident without knowing that radiation levels were high there.

In response to residents' health concerns, the town on Tuesday began checkups for residents who were 18 or younger at the time of the accident.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Tokyo makes push to win back radiation-wary German tourists

FRANKFURT — 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.

Visitor numbers from Germany, the world’s biggest spenders on foreign holidays in 2011, fell 35% between 2010 and 2011, and in 2012 did not recover as much as other markets, Tokyo tourism officials said in Frankfurt.

“After the earthquake, business travellers came back fairly quickly, because business will not wait. But tourists are still cautious,” said Hiromi Waldenberger, a tourism representative for Tokyo based in Germany.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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Japan begins tests to take out gas from seabed methane hydrate

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp. said Tuesday a deep-sea drilling vessel called "Chikyu" has begun tests in Pacific waters off central Japan to extract gas from seabed methane hydrate.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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New safety standards to clearly ban reactors above active faults

Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority decided Tuesday to stipulate more clearly as a safety requirement that reactors must not be built directly above geologic faults that could move in the future.

The current guidelines, crafted before the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi complex disaster, employ indirect wording to rule out the placing of important facilities above active faults, saying regulators do "not expect" such a situation.
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Japan gov't to fund speeding up of Fukushima reactor decommissioning

The Japanese government earmarked Tuesday 156.4 billion yen for the industry ministry to accelerate efforts to scrap the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant's stricken reactors and support companies seeking to export nuclear technologies in the initial draft budget for the next fiscal year.
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Japan and EU start assembling experimental nuclear fusion device

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency and the European Union on Monday started assembling an experimental nuclear fusion device at the agency's research facility in Naka, Ibaraki Prefecture, aiming at starting operation in 2019.

A major upgrade to an experimental device that operated until 2008, the JT60SA incorporates parts developed in Japan and Europe, such as coils for confining the plasma required for fusion. Nuclear fusion reactions take place in the sun and the enormous energy emitted by the reactions can be used for power generation.
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Japan may have to change decontamination efforts after labor shortages

Decontamination efforts in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster are facing serious problems, most of which seem to be of their own creation.  In reality, the decontamination efforts to date have been relatively ineffective, and as some argue, a complete waste of tax funds.

This week, according to the Fukushima Labor Bureau, only 10% of some 1,800 jobs offered for decontamination work were filled.  The labor ministry attributes the low numbers to fears over radiation exposure and low pay.
[link to enformable.com]
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Belgian and German Electricity Systems Keep Lights on Despite Nuclear Turn-off

Freezing temperatures in both Belgium and Germany have put both countries’ power systems to the test this week, but neither country has experienced electricity blackouts despite the lack of nuclear power.

Two of Belgium’s seven nuclear reactors — Doel 3 and Tihange 2 — were switched off this summer, following the discovery of cracks, cutting 2,000 MW of electricity-generating capacity from Belgium’s electricity network. Even without this nuclear capacity online, the network survived this winter’s peak electricity demand of 13,166 MW on 17 January, L’Echo, a Belgian newspaper, reported.
[link to www.renewableenergyworld.com]
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Full Study:

Impact of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the body mass index of students in Japan
Abstract

Based on prefecture-level panel data from Japan for 2010 and 2012, this paper investigates how the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident influenced the body mass index (BMI) of students aged between 5 and 17 years old.

A differences-in-differences approach was used to show that (1) students’ BMIs reduced across Japan from 2010 to 2012 and (2) compared with other prefectures there was an increase in the BMIs of primary school students aged 5–11 years old in Fukushima as a result of the Fukushima accident.

These findings suggest that restrictions placed on outdoor exercise as a result of the nuclear accident in Fukushima prevented primary school children from burning calories consumed; in other areas a reduction in the use of air-conditioning increased the burning of calories.

[link to mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de]
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Sacrifice and luck help Japan survive without nuclear power, Stanford visiting scholar says
In the 18 months since the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant following an earthquake and tsunami, as Japan's other nuclear reactors shut for routine maintenance, popular opposition kept them from restarting. The country entered the summer of 2012 with all its nuclear generators shuttered. With a fourth of its pre-Fukushima power supply gone, blackouts were expected, especially in the country's western region.

Surprisingly, that did not happen. The electric utilities got through the air-conditioning season primarily because consumers sacrificed their comfort, but luck also played a role, according to Toshiya Okamura, an executive with Tokyo Gas Company and a visiting scholar at Stanford University's Precourt Energy Efficiency Center.

"People did everything they could," said Okamura. "To minimize air conditioning, they raised thermostats in homes, offices and stores to 83 degrees Fahrenheit, as the government asked. They set every appliance and electronic device to the most energy-efficient settings. They kept the lights off as much as possible. Escalators were shut off."

It worked. While government forecasters expected voluntary reductions in consumption to shave peak demand by about 6 percent, in fact, residents and businesses cut about 11 percent, according to government analysis.

"There was some pure luck, too," said Okamura, whose permanent position is running Tokyo Gas' renewable energy and energy efficiency programs. "Western Japan had very heavy rains in May and June, which gave us extra hydropower all summer. Also, at any given time you expect about 5 percent to 8 percent of your fossil-fired generators to not be working because of some mechanical problem. On the hottest day for Osaka, that region had zero generators off line. And for the country overall this summer, very few generators were out of service."

In July, a governor in the western region, which includes Osaka and Kyoto, approved the restarting of two nuclear reactors despite popular opposition. The debate was so intense, however, that no other governor has been willing to review further restarts. In the Tokyo area, where summer supply shortages hit in 2011, the Fukushima operator – Tokyo Electric Power Company – ramped up fossil fuel-fired output to help overcome the nuclear shutout. Other electric utilities have yet to secure alternatives to nuclear power.


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Impact of the Fukushima nuclear accident on the body mass index of students in Japan
Abstract

Based on prefecture-level panel data from Japan for 2010 and 2012, this paper investigates how the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident influenced the body mass index (BMI) of students aged between 5 and 17 years old.

A differences-in-differences approach was used to show that (1) students’ BMIs reduced across Japan from 2010 to 2012 and (2) compared with other prefectures there was an increase in the BMIs of primary school students aged 5–11 years old in Fukushima as a result of the Fukushima accident.

These findings suggest that restrictions placed on outdoor exercise as a result of the nuclear accident in Fukushima prevented primary school children from burning calories consumed; in other areas a reduction in the use of air-conditioning increased the burning of calories.

[link to mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de]
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good report.. lets all go live -subterranean :)
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Nazi, who hat Colours, what a poor Soul!

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Nazi, who hat Colours, what a poor Soul!

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That gets you banned from this thread.
I am the furthest thing from a Nazi that you will ever encounter.
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Police seek more funds to guard nuclear plants

Japan's National Police Agency plans to more heavily equip officers guarding nuclear power plants to raise preparedness for possible terrorist attacks.

The agency is requesting nearly 20 million dollars for the next fiscal year to buy more machine guns and bullet-proof vehicles to improve security at nuclear plants.

The requested amount is almost 4 times the budget for the current fiscal year that ends in March.
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Background checks mulled on nuclear power plant workers

Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority said Wednesday that a panel to be set up to discuss nuclear security issues will weigh the possibility of introducing a system to investigate the backgrounds of nuclear power plant workers.

The panel, to consist of NRA Commissioner Kenzo Oshima and outside experts, is likely to study ways to check if workers have a criminal record, a dependency on drugs and other issues in the hope they avoid hiring individuals that could get involved in terrorist acts.
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Fukushima Daiichi disaster proved nuclear reactors are a potential Pandora’s Box for proliferation

Concerns over nuclear weapons proliferation has re-emphasized the need for swift and accurate detection of nuclear tests conducted anywhere in the world.

Most nuclear weapons states publicly declare their nuclear status by way of nuclear tests, which can be conducted above ground, above the atmosphere, or underwater, but most recent tests have been underground detonations in order to align with the Limited Test Ban Treaty of 1963 achieved by the Kennedy Administration.  Between 1945 and 1996, over 2000 nuclear tests were carried out worldwide.
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@Ploerb,
and you should know the Difference between "Thoughts" and "Facts"!

The IAEA stepped back from "the idea" that the Coriums are molten through in the final Report (because of more known Facts),
like all the other Organisations!

When you investigate a Accident of this Scale you are unable to see the real Reasons in a short Time, you need more Data and Evidences to get a/ the Clue
but the stupid People without Personality like you demand answers Ad Hoc,
this is so damned Stupid and led conducts to Misinterpretations!!!

Okay, they are the nuclear Complex and we really don;t know the Reality but all our Numbers and Measurements speak against a Melt-Through and you are not able to understand it
because you are a intellectual Dwarf,
you constantly miss the real Situation in Japan and in Tohoku!

We here in Japan are Millions of People with Eyes and Ears,
we are not blind and deaf like you permanently and arrogantly suggest!

You have absolute no clue about the Nuclear Energy like we can see in your Tritium Statement which was so unmasking your stupidity!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


Again, who do you work or? When you say "WE calculated 4,000 deaths..." or "all of OUR measurements...". Who is we and our? Simple question.
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Nazi, who hat Colours, what a poor Soul!

It would be better you ban Postings with a Link only
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That gets you banned from this thread.
I am the furthest thing from a Nazi that you will ever encounter.
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applause i think you've been respectful enough putting up with him so long. his senseless manipulating abusive transparency wont be missed imo -let him post his own threads for ppl to ignore
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Nazi, who hat Colours, what a poor Soul!

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That gets you banned from this thread.
I am the furthest thing from a Nazi that you will ever encounter.
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applause i think you've been respectful enough putting up with him so long. his senseless manipulating abusive transparency wont be missed imo -let him post his own threads for ppl to ignore
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I also think he's been given more than enough respect on this thread.
I've already told him I'm not interested in his views on how to post to this thread.
To malign me after giving him a voice for so long
is a stupid thing to do.
I'm all for allowing anyone to post here, but I will not
be accused of being a Nazi for conducting the thread as I see fit.
Posting in red is a way to accentuate and draw the eye.
I don't think it's neccessary and it is distracting.

If a post is extremely important, I could understand it.
But not every post is.
He can revive his own thread and post in red all he wants..
He won't do it here.
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@Ploerb,
and you should know the Difference between "Thoughts" and "Facts"!

The IAEA stepped back from "the idea" that the Coriums are molten through in the final Report (because of more known Facts),
like all the other Organisations!

When you investigate a Accident of this Scale you are unable to see the real Reasons in a short Time, you need more Data and Evidences to get a/ the Clue
but the stupid People without Personality like you demand answers Ad Hoc,
this is so damned Stupid and led conducts to Misinterpretations!!!

Okay, they are the nuclear Complex and we really don;t know the Reality but all our Numbers and Measurements speak against a Melt-Through and you are not able to understand it
because you are a intellectual Dwarf,
you constantly miss the real Situation in Japan and in Tohoku!

We here in Japan are Millions of People with Eyes and Ears,
we are not blind and deaf like you permanently and arrogantly suggest!

You have absolute no clue about the Nuclear Energy like we can see in your Tritium Statement which was so unmasking your stupidity!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


Again, who do you work or? When you say "WE calculated 4,000 deaths..." or "all of OUR measurements...". Who is we and our? Simple question.
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..keep probing his transparency and you'll get him fired dude : ) rgds rp
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Nazi, who hat Colours, what a poor Soul!

It would be better you ban Postings with a Link only
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


That gets you banned from this thread.
I am the furthest thing from a Nazi that you will ever encounter.
 Quoting: Waterbug


applause i think you've been respectful enough putting up with him so long. his senseless manipulating abusive transparency wont be missed imo -let him post his own threads for ppl to ignore
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17738317


I also think he's been given more than enough respect on this thread.
I've already told him I'm not interested in his views on how to post to this thread.
To malign me after giving him a voice for so long
is a stupid thing to do.
I'm all for allowing anyone to post here, but I will not
be accused of being a Nazi for conducting the thread as I see fit.
Posting in red is a way to accentuate and draw the eye.
I don't think it's neccessary and it is distracting.

If a post is extremely important, I could understand it.
But not every post is.
He can revive his own thread and post in red all he wants..
He won't do it here.
 Quoting: Waterbug


nice one man, rgds rp
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@Ploerb,
and you should know the Difference between "Thoughts" and "Facts"!

The IAEA stepped back from "the idea" that the Coriums are molten through in the final Report (because of more known Facts),
like all the other Organisations!

When you investigate a Accident of this Scale you are unable to see the real Reasons in a short Time, you need more Data and Evidences to get a/ the Clue
but the stupid People without Personality like you demand answers Ad Hoc,
this is so damned Stupid and led conducts to Misinterpretations!!!

Okay, they are the nuclear Complex and we really don;t know the Reality but all our Numbers and Measurements speak against a Melt-Through and you are not able to understand it
because you are a intellectual Dwarf,
you constantly miss the real Situation in Japan and in Tohoku!

We here in Japan are Millions of People with Eyes and Ears,
we are not blind and deaf like you permanently and arrogantly suggest!

You have absolute no clue about the Nuclear Energy like we can see in your Tritium Statement which was so unmasking your stupidity!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


Again, who do you work or? When you say "WE calculated 4,000 deaths..." or "all of OUR measurements...". Who is we and our? Simple question.
 Quoting: Fishy


He is a disinfo agent. Plain and simple.
He also just pissed in his own corn flakes.
Sayonara, el stupido.
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I find this quite interesting...


[link to ens-newswire.com]

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The NNSA explains that plutonium pits are a critical core component of a nuclear weapon. “To ensure the reliability, safety, and security of nuclear weapons without underground nuclear testing, weapons go through a surveillance process, where they are regularly taken apart, examined, and tests run on their components,” the agency says on its website.

[link to www.lasvegassun.com]

[snip]

Although widespread nuclear testing has ceased, underground tests still occur on the site to test the effectiveness of the nation's nuclear weapons. Most recently, scientists successfully detonated a tiny sample of plutonium bomb material on Dec. 7.
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noticed the same...
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Where are the reports on the people...?



Radioactive Cattle Found Near Fukushima
[link to news.discovery.com]

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Now, nearly two years after the disaster, those abandoned cattle were found to be contaminated with radioactive elements. Traces of radioactive cesium, silver and tellurium were found in the 79 cattle analyzed by a scientific team led by Tohoku University engineer Tomokazu Fukuda and published in the journal PLOS ONE.

Fetuses and calves had radioactive materials concentrations up to 1.5 times higher than the adults. The calves had been born, and the fetuses conceived, after the disaster.

In the event of a nuclear Armageddon, don’t eat the steak. Radioactive elements collected most heavily in the cattle’s skeletal muscle.

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