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Journalism Professor: Goebbels would smile in his grave to see how nuclear establishment handled disaster — Lots around world will die from Fukushima contamination (AUDIO)
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There’s nothing. When was the last time you read or heard or saw, regarding mainstream media, any information about Fukushima?

Lots of people are going to end up dead, not just in Japan, but all over the world because of the radioactivity released, continuing to be released […]
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BBC: Medical tests show exposure to “high levels of radiation” in Fukushima evacuees (VIDEO)
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Asahi: U.S. gov’t concluded Fukushima disaster “could spread to a global scale”
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The meeting demonstrated the huge gap that existed between the Japanese government, which only considered the Fukushima nuclear accident as an internal TEPCO matter, and the U.S. government, which had reached the conclusion that there was the possibility of a major disaster that could spread to a global scale.
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BBC: Medical tests show exposure to “high levels of radiation” in Fukushima evacuees (VIDEO)
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that one's an eye opener....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Thyroid in children continuing... this guy continues to document what he can....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Admission of End Game?

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The chairman of the Fukushima accident council, “There’s no appropriate solution for reactor4&#8243;
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On 1/30/2013, the Fukushima accident council was held to evaluate the progress of Tepco’s decommissioning.
Mr. Kurokawa, the chairman of the governmental accident investigation committee commented the SFP of reactor4 is the crisis in front of us. The entire world is concerned about that.

Mr. Kitazawa, the chairman of the council stated it takes a while to remove all the spent fuel from the pool. There is no appropriate solution for that.


<end snip>

[link to fukushima-diary.com]

not that we weren't yelling from the mountains...
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do you have the same feeling that end game of chess is near?

maybe our day, maybe not... but it seems there is an impotent

we both will be gone before the children either feel it, or heal it

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/31/2013 10:59 AM
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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do you have the same feeling that end game of chess is near?

maybe our day, maybe not... but it seems there is an impotent

we both will be gone before the children either feel it, or heal it
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I feel something has to give. Too many tenuous situations.
Edge of the cliff.. type of thing.
No idea what will happen.. or what will set it off.

The dominoes are in place. Just needs a little push.. IMO.
I could be wrong. It could continue to simmer for awhile.

Fuku is not a stable situation, by any stretch.
Each day I expect bad things to happen.
I have no doubt that they will try to conceal it, as they have done so far.

The contamination continues, as we know.
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do you have the same feeling that end game of chess is near?

maybe our day, maybe not... but it seems there is an impotent

we both will be gone before the children either feel it, or heal it
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I feel something has to give. Too many tenuous situations.
Edge of the cliff.. type of thing.
No idea what will happen.. or what will set it off.

The dominoes are in place. Just needs a little push.. IMO.
I could be wrong. It could continue to simmer for awhile.

Fuku is not a stable situation, by any stretch.
Each day I expect bad things to happen.
I have no doubt that they will try to conceal it, as they have done so far.

The contamination continues, as we know.
 Quoting: Waterbug


i feel we won't be here to know it's true storm.....

i feel like screaming on the mountain, with all deaf ears...

it's all there to see, hear, read and absorb... somehow people seem to busy...

to what, the worst nuclear melt 'through' in history???.. it's ok j-lenno and such are cracking jokes... all is well in the world....

when everyone gets a bleeding nose, and a cough it will be a new super-flu.. yup....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/31/2013 11:16 AM
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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Seawater-induced corrosion found at Hamaoka plant

The operator of the Hamaoka nuclear power plant in central Japan says it has detected fresh corrosion from seawater in one of the reactors.

The government ordered Chubu Electric Power Company to shut down all 5 reactors at the facility in Shizuoka Prefecture in May 2011. The move followed the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant two months earlier.

The shutdown created cracks, allowing about 400 tons of seawater to flow into the Number 5 reactor building. Salt corroded pipes and other equipment.

Chubu Electric says waterproof cameras last November detected damage to at least at 3 locations in stainless steel linings inside the reactor. The parts are several millimeters thick.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Power companies post losses on higher fuel costs

Seven out of Japan's nine electric power utilities posted losses from last April to December due to a sharp rise in fuel costs. The companies reported their accounts on Thursday.

The net income for all utilities, except for Hokuriku and Okinawa, fell into the red between April and December 2012. Tokyo Electric Power is not reporting results because it has been nationalized.
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Abe to review DPJ-set policy to end nuclear power generation in 2030s

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stressed on the opening day of deliberations in the upper house Thursday his intention to review the energy strategy compiled by the previous Democratic Party of Japan-led government that aims to phase out nuclear power completely in the 2030s.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Fukushima reactor buildings to be cleaned by robots from late July

The operator of the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear power plant said Thursday it will use robots from late July to accelerate work to reduce radiation levels in buildings housing three crippled reactors.

The method, decided by Tokyo Electric Power Co. and the government, is aimed at making the buildings more accessible for workers to conduct preliminary investigations necessary to decommission the reactors that contain melted fuel.
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Hamaoka Unit 5 likely permanently crippled due to seawater corrosion

Chubu Electric Power Company has announced that it detected fresh corrosion from seawater in the Unit 5 reactor.

The Japanese government ordered the utility to shut down all 5 reactors onsite in May 2011 due to concerns related to seismic activity in the area.

One day after the order to shutdown, workers found that over 40 pipes inside the steam condenser were damaged or fractured, while they were trying to shut the reactor down.  This damage was found to have allowed over 400 tons of seawater to flow into the Unit 5 reactor building, where salt corroded pipes and other equipment, and delayed attempts to bring the reactor to a state of cold shutdown for hours.
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NRC representation of San Onofre outage contested

Over the course of the last year while the San Onofre reactors have been shut down by steam generator failures, readers may have visited and read the NRC’s representation of the steam generator issues in Unit 2 as described on their website.[1] 

They too may have felt that the description as is, stands in direct contrast to the actual sequence and severity of events, and provides only a partial description of the outage and subsequent investigations.
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Fermi 2: Utility Chided For Reactor Pump Failure

A giant pump that feeds cooling water to DTE Energy’s Fermi 2 nuclear power plant broke down last summer because the utility failed to properly oversee an earlier overhaul of it, a federal report says.

The catastrophic failure of the south reactor feedwater pump — one of two used to cool the reactor — has limited the nuclear plant’s power to 68 percent since the June mishap.

The pump is expected to be fixed during the first half of this year, the utility said.
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do you have the same feeling that end game of chess is near?

maybe our day, maybe not... but it seems there is an impotent

we both will be gone before the children either feel it, or heal it
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I feel something has to give. Too many tenuous situations.
Edge of the cliff.. type of thing.
No idea what will happen.. or what will set it off.

The dominoes are in place. Just needs a little push.. IMO.
I could be wrong. It could continue to simmer for awhile.

Fuku is not a stable situation, by any stretch.
Each day I expect bad things to happen.
I have no doubt that they will try to conceal it, as they have done so far.

The contamination continues, as we know.
 Quoting: Waterbug


i feel we won't be here to know it's true storm.....

i feel like screaming on the mountain, with all deaf ears...

it's all there to see, hear, read and absorb... somehow people seem to busy...

to what, the worst nuclear melt 'through' in history???.. it's ok j-lenno and such are cracking jokes... all is well in the world....

when everyone gets a bleeding nose, and a cough it will be a new super-flu.. yup....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I used to think it would be better to know what is happening.
Starting to believe it might be better for most to keep
sleeping... continue to be like the proverbial 'frog in the pot.'
That is just the way it is.

All we can do is attempt to inform.
Unless the greater mass of
population decides to act, it's out of our hands.

The thread I posted earlier is a prime example.
The information is out there, most don't care to
think about it.

So much doom... so little time..
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do you have the same feeling that end game of chess is near?

maybe our day, maybe not... but it seems there is an impotent

we both will be gone before the children either feel it, or heal it
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I feel something has to give. Too many tenuous situations.
Edge of the cliff.. type of thing.
No idea what will happen.. or what will set it off.

The dominoes are in place. Just needs a little push.. IMO.
I could be wrong. It could continue to simmer for awhile.

Fuku is not a stable situation, by any stretch.
Each day I expect bad things to happen.
I have no doubt that they will try to conceal it, as they have done so far.

The contamination continues, as we know.
 Quoting: Waterbug


i feel we won't be here to know it's true storm.....

i feel like screaming on the mountain, with all deaf ears...

it's all there to see, hear, read and absorb... somehow people seem to busy...

to what, the worst nuclear melt 'through' in history???.. it's ok j-lenno and such are cracking jokes... all is well in the world....

when everyone gets a bleeding nose, and a cough it will be a new super-flu.. yup....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I used to think it would be better to know what is happening.
Starting to believe it might be better for most to keep
sleeping... continue to be like the proverbial 'frog in the pot.'
That is just the way it is.

All we can do is attempt to inform.
Unless the greater mass of
population decides to act, it's out of our hands.

The thread I posted earlier is a prime example.
The information is out there, most don't care to
think about it.

So much doom... so little time..
 Quoting: Waterbug


'better awake in the nightmare, than asleep in a dream'.
yeh sint nothing else can do,
got keep arising.
escapism is not freedom.
: )
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I feel something has to give. Too many tenuous situations.
Edge of the cliff.. type of thing.
No idea what will happen.. or what will set it off.

The dominoes are in place. Just needs a little push.. IMO.
I could be wrong. It could continue to simmer for awhile.

Fuku is not a stable situation, by any stretch.
Each day I expect bad things to happen.
I have no doubt that they will try to conceal it, as they have done so far.

The contamination continues, as we know.
 Quoting: Waterbug


i feel we won't be here to know it's true storm.....

i feel like screaming on the mountain, with all deaf ears...

it's all there to see, hear, read and absorb... somehow people seem to busy...

to what, the worst nuclear melt 'through' in history???.. it's ok j-lenno and such are cracking jokes... all is well in the world....

when everyone gets a bleeding nose, and a cough it will be a new super-flu.. yup....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I used to think it would be better to know what is happening.
Starting to believe it might be better for most to keep
sleeping... continue to be like the proverbial 'frog in the pot.'
That is just the way it is.

All we can do is attempt to inform.
Unless the greater mass of
population decides to act, it's out of our hands.

The thread I posted earlier is a prime example.
The information is out there, most don't care to
think about it.

So much doom... so little time..
 Quoting: Waterbug


'better awake in the nightmare, than asleep in a dream'.
yeh sint nothing else can do,
got keep arising.
escapism is not freedom.
: )
 Quoting: rawpaul 10035137


Yeah.. that's how I feel about it.
But, for the average person who is just concerned with
his immediate situation...
from his standpoint, what good does it do him to be aware..?
He already feels powerless, struggling to provide
for a family in a poor economy.
He doesn't watch or read world news..
probably not even domestic national news..
maybe local news.
Doesn't care about history or politics.

I believe this is the audience that is almost
impossible to reach.. and ironically,
is the audience that is the most important
to reach, if effective change is to be achieved.

Kind of a conundrum.
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Gangster illegally hired workers for decontamination projects
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Police have just turned up an instance of a gang member brazenly providing laborers to help clean up contaminated areas in Fukushima Prefecture, and pocketing part of their wages.

The Yamagata prefectural police said 40-year-old Yoshinori Arai broke the law because he did not have a license to dispatch day laborers.

Police said Arai, a resident of Higashine, Yamagata Prefecture, is a top member of a yakuza gang affiliated with leading crime syndicate Sumiyoshi-Kai. He was arrested Jan. 31.
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The chairman of the Fukushima accident council, “There’s no appropriate solution for reactor4&#8243;
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Food safety still a concern in Japan after nuclear crisis
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The meat processing plant has set up its own facility to measure the level of cesium in the meat it handles which comes from all over Iwate Prefecture. So far it has not detected any high level cesium or those above 50 becquerel.

Mr Yasuhiro Fujio, General Manager of Manufacturing Department at Iwate Chikusan Ryutsu Centre, said: "Following our strict first stage of testing, there have been a few cases where second round of testing had to be conducted. But it has not reached the level set by the government."

That's 40 becquerel per kilogramme, much stricter than the national government's already stringent guideline of up to 100 becquerel per kilogramme.

It also checks for possible mad cow disease.

The United States has approved the resumption of export of beef from this facility from August last year. Exports to Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau have also continued.
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Cesium from the urine of 40% of the children in Iwate, “Considering to stop the research anymore”
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The biological half-life of cesium is 70 days at average. Considering that children have shorter half-life than that, they still detect high level of cesium from unexpectedly high rate of the children, but they are considering to stop the research. The reason is “taking 2L of the urine sample is hard for the children.”
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"The Reality of Fukushima- A Japanese Lawyer Speaks at UN"

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"...research shows that readings taken from moniters set up by government are typically half the dose the ppl are exposed to..."
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"...research shows that readings taken from moniters set up by government are typically half the dose the ppl are exposed to..."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10035137


Yeah... they decontaminate the areas around the monitors.
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Monitoring post manipulated
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Mr. Hasegawa, a cattle farmer from Iidate mura states the monitoring post data of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology is manipulated.

In this conference, he stated ,last November, Taisei corporation, which was outsourced for decontamination by the government, had 10 of their employees wash the monitoring post by high-pressure water and changed the whole soil of the base.

According to MEXT, the radiation level of Iidate mura in 2/20 was 0.755 microSv/h. However, another monitoring post was showing 3 microSv/h.

Additionally, on 3/14, when reactor3 exploded, the dosemeter in town councilor was showing 40 microSv/h, but the staff of town hall told him not to tell it to anyone because the town mayor forbids it.

Assistant professor Imanaka from Kyoto university checked the radiation level around in the town late in March but the town mayor requested him not to disclose it either.

~
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False hope: radiation monitoring in the Fukushima area
[link to www.greenpeace.org]

[snip]

Between October 16 and 19, Greenpeace checked 40 monitoring posts throughout Fukushima city. For 75% of them, the radiation readings close to the posts were lower than readings for their immediate surroundings. Contamination levels within 25 metres of the posts were up to six times higher than at the posts themselves.

The authorities claim they do not intend these monitoring posts to be misleading, stating that they publish information about which areas around the posts have been decontaminated. However, for the people living in the areas and anyone passing by, they certainly give the impression that contamination levels are lower than what they may be just a few metres from the posts.

Not only that, the decontamination work remains patchy. The authorities have taken care of the low hanging fruit such as some public parks and school yards, but our teams found that many hotspots remain throughout the communities, and little is being done to clean them up.
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With no way to process it, US will bury 70,000 tons of nuclear waste
Reuters / Sergei Karpukhin

With two decades to go before it can reprocess spent nuclear fuel, the US will have to bury nearly 70,000 tons of it, a research lab reports. It comes after Congress and the Obama administration defunded a planned nuclear waste repository in 2011.
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The dirty little secret of "safe" nuclear power. Not one plant should be allowed to refuel until they have a long term plan for spent fuel.
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With no way to process it, US will bury 70,000 tons of nuclear waste
Reuters / Sergei Karpukhin

With two decades to go before it can reprocess spent nuclear fuel, the US will have to bury nearly 70,000 tons of it, a research lab reports. It comes after Congress and the Obama administration defunded a planned nuclear waste repository in 2011.
[link to www.occuworld.org]

The dirty little secret of "safe" nuclear power. Not one plant should be allowed to refuel until they have a long term plan for spent fuel.
 Quoting: Southern OR


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you famous :)
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"...research shows that readings taken from moniters set up by government are typically half the dose the ppl are exposed to..."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10035137


Yeah... they decontaminate the areas around the monitors.
 Quoting: Waterbug



yeh, i remember greenpeace observations.
-he also saying theyve altered the legislation and now using equipment that measures upto 40% lower than the original standard gear.
i always thought honor and honesty are connected. obviously not over there.
(video been removed. heres another channel)
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