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*** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links

 
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Sushi anyone?...

Record radiation levels found in fish at Fukushima Daiichi

Due to concerns that sea life was allowed to travel freely in and out of the port at Fukushima Daiichi after finding high levels of cesium in fish and shellfish caught in the port, TEPCO announced that it would put up a net in the end of January of this year to contain marine life.  Ever since they initiated their monitoring and measuring of the marine life in the port, they have found rising levels of contamination, with no solutions at hand other than to keep catching the fish and exterminating them.

This week TEPCO announced that on February 17th, they captured a Greenling fish which was found to contain 510,000 becquerels per kilogram of Cs-134 and Cs-137, twice the amount of the fish captured on February 12th.  This is the highest levels of radiation ever detected in fish, and over 5,100 times the safety standards in Japan.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32441628


The net contains the fish.. doesn't do much to contain the contamination.
How long will we have to wait for new ocean studies of the Japan environs..?
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Lots of information here. Thanks waterbug.
 Quoting: Doomy Double E


Yes, thanks bug, Sweden, SO... Much appreciated.

Does anyone know where I can get all info for fish testing in fuku? I found a few results, but I really would like to put all tests together to see when the rise happens. Sweden posted mist recent tested earlier on the drastic I crease, which is astounding. Thanks!
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Nuclear Whistleblower Receives Favorable Ruling from Department of Labor

In an important victory for nuclear whistleblowers, a U.S. Department of Labor appeals panel has ruled for the second time that a major nuclear contractor fired Katz, Marshall & Banks client James Speegle, a foreman at the Tennessee Valley Authority's Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant near Florence, Alabama, in May 2004 because Speegle raised concerns about the safety of the plant's reactor cooling systems. Speegle alleged that his employer, Stone & Webster Construction, Inc. ("S&W"), a subsidiary of the Shaw Group, was improperly applying protective coatings in critical areas where paint debris could clog emergency cooling pumps and prevent safe shutdown of the reactor during an accident.

Speegle welcomed the ARB's decision and said he was looking forward to winning his case once and for all. "I've been fighting my unlawful termination for almost a decade," Speegle said, "and I'm not going to stop until justice is done. Companies in the nuclear power industry have to understand that they can't fire workers for standing up to unsafe work practices."
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After Fukushima, Tasks Remain for the American Nuclear Industry

Among the safety proposals being discussed are hardened vents in older reactors and filters to trap radioactive particles.

In response to the nuclear accident at Fukushima, the N.R.C. ordered installation of “reliable hardened vents” on older G.E.-designed boiling water reactors.

Of 31 reactors, 23 already have “hardened vents” and eight have no vents at all; even reactors with vents will need work on the valves to assure they are operable without electricity, which was a problem at Fukushima.
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NRG sees South Texas 2 power reactor back in early May

U.S. power company NRG Energy Inc said Wednesday the 1,280-megawatt (MW) Unit 2 at the South Texas nuclear power plant in Texas will likely return to service in early May.

The unit shut in January following a fire that damaged the transformer, company executives said on a conference call after the release of the company's fourth-quarter earnings.
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Lots of information here. Thanks waterbug.
 Quoting: Doomy Double E


Yes, thanks bug, Sweden, SO... Much appreciated.

Does anyone know where I can get all info for fish testing in fuku? I found a few results, but I really would like to put all tests together to see when the rise happens. Sweden posted mist recent tested earlier on the drastic I crease, which is astounding. Thanks!
 Quoting: Fishy


Here's something.. from January 23.

[link to www.simplyinfo.org]

link to tepco report:

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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Jan. 21

Fish caught near crippled Japanese N-plant with 2,500 times the legal limit of radioactivity for human consumption
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

[snip]

A fish caught close the the Fukushima nuclear plant is over 2,500 times the legal safe radiation limit for seafood, the plant's operator has revealed.

The company Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) caught the fish, dubbed 'Mike the Murasai' online, in the bay close to the Fukukshima Daiichi main reactor.

It was confirmed by Tepco to have amounts of radioactive cesium equal to 254,000 becquerels per kilogram, or 2540 times the limit of 100 becquerels/kg set for seafood by the government.
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This is the tepco report from Feb. 28.



Nuclide Analysis Results of Fish and Shellfish
(The Ocean Area Within 20km Radius of Fukushima Daiichi NPS)
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ohno



[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Water bugs, common food for freshwater fish,
also showed high levels of 330 to 670 becquerels
per kilogram. Marine fish was found less contaminated
and showed levels between 2.15 to 260 Bq/kg. Marine
fish might be more capable of excreting cesium from
their bodies, because saltwater fish have the ability
to excrete salt. The Japanese Ministry of the Environment would
closely monitor freshwater fish as radioactive
cesium might remain for much longer periods in their bodies.
According to Japanese regulations, food is considered safe for consumption up to a maximum of 100 Bq/kg
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“Shameless”: New World Health Organization report shockingly downplays health risks after Fukushima — “WHO and other organisations must stop hiding the impact”
[link to enenews.com]

[snip]

The WHO report and its PR spin shockingly downplay the likelihood that thousands of people are at risk of cancer from the Fukushima disaster. They hide the cancer impacts by emphasising small percentage increases in cancers. Those small percentages actually translate into thousands of people being at risk.

“The WHO’s flawed report leaves its job half done,” said Teule. “The WHO and other organisations must stop downplaying and hiding the impact of the Fukushima disaster and call for more emphasis on protecting the millions of people still living in contaminated areas.”

The WHO only releases reports on the impact of radiation releases on a population with the approval of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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[link to www.youtube.com]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Lots of information here. Thanks waterbug.
 Quoting: Doomy Double E


Yes, thanks bug, Sweden, SO... Much appreciated.

Does anyone know where I can get all info for fish testing in fuku? I found a few results, but I really would like to put all tests together to see when the rise happens. Sweden posted mist recent tested earlier on the drastic I crease, which is astounding. Thanks!
 Quoting: Fishy


There are a few independent Sites whith information about all the Stuff like Vegetables & Fish, Milk- % Meatproducts,
many of this sites are in Japanese only and you need to use a Translation Service,
there is the official Site from the Government in English!
[link to radioactivity.mext.go.jp]
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Acknowledgement of the problem with the Mark I/II reactor vessels being too small to contain a LOC event.




Lobbying Flurry Precedes U.S. Vote on Fukushima Rules
[link to www.bloomberg.com]

[snip]

A proposed requirement that U.S. nuclear-power plants add $20 million devices to prevent radiation leaks, one of the costliest recommendations stemming from meltdowns in Japan two years ago, has attracted a flurry of last-minute lobbying.

The U.S. nuclear industry opposes the rule, which would require almost a third of the nation’s reactors to install a special filter on vents designed to prevent an explosive buildup of gases. Exelon Corp. (EXC), which owns more U.S. reactors than any other company, estimates each filter would cost $20 million, meaning the Chicago-based company could end up paying $220 million to equip its units.

The proposed changes would affect so-called Mark I and Mark II containments that house boiling-water reactors. These General Electric Co (GE).-designed structures, similar to those that were destroyed by a tsunami at Fukushima, are smaller than those at newer reactors that can handle a greater buildup of pressure.

The filters are built to capture radioactive materials before they are released into the atmosphere during an emergency. They are installed on vents that resemble smokestacks and can be opened to release hydrogen, which under pressure can cause explosions.

In Germany, such filters are installed already at venting systems in all of the country’s nine operating nuclear reactors,
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Record cesium level found in Fukushima fish
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A record concentration of radioactive cesium--5,100 times the government's food safety standard--was detected in a fish caught near the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, the plant’s operator said Feb. 28.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said the reading of 510,000 becquerels per kilogram in the greenling is the highest ever recorded in the utility’s seafood sampling surveys following the March 2011 disaster at the nuclear plant.
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Japan to Begin Restarting Idled Nuclear Plants, Leader Says
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TOKYO — Japan will begin restarting its idled nuclear plants after new safety guidelines are in place later this year, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday, moving to ensure a stable energy supply despite public safety concerns after the Fukushima disaster.

In a speech to Parliament, Mr. Abe pledged to restart nuclear plants that pass the tougher guidelines, which are expected to be adopted by a new independent watchdog agency, the Nuclear Regulation Authority, as early as July. He did not specify when any of the reactors might resume operation, and news reports have suggested that it might take months or even years to make the expensive upgrades needed to meet the new safety standards.

Still, by making the promise in front of the Diet, Mr. Abe indicated in the strongest way yet that he planned to move ahead with a campaign pledge to reverse his predecessor’s hopes that Japan would begin weaning itself off nuclear energy.
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“Shameless”: New World Health Organization report shockingly downplays health risks after Fukushima — “WHO and other organisations must stop hiding the impact”
[link to enenews.com]

[snip]

The WHO report and its PR spin shockingly downplay the likelihood that thousands of people are at risk of cancer from the Fukushima disaster. They hide the cancer impacts by emphasising small percentage increases in cancers. Those small percentages actually translate into thousands of people being at risk.

“The WHO’s flawed report leaves its job half done,” said Teule. “The WHO and other organisations must stop downplaying and hiding the impact of the Fukushima disaster and call for more emphasis on protecting the millions of people still living in contaminated areas.”

The WHO only releases reports on the impact of radiation releases on a population with the approval of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
 Quoting: Waterbug


and curiously, Japan slams the underplayed WHO reports...

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
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If you guys havent seen this yet it is really exceptional...



One of the most important films of our time will premiere March 11th...tickets MUST be sold by March 4th...please help SPREAD THE WORD by liking, remixing, and sharing on your channel, and posting on social media.

Film premiere is planned for the following cities: Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle, Portland, & Laguna Niguel

However, tickets are available online only by advance purchase until 3.4.13 and if a minimum of 50 seats are not sold, the movie will NOT be shown.

Buy tickets at this link: [link to us6.campaign-archive2.com]

The screening will benefit the
Save Minami-Soma Project, providing clean water and food to Japanese citizens still living in radioactive waste. A portion of the ticket sales will be donated and generated by your participation. This is an opportunity to raise awareness of the clean-up effort, including worldwide radioactive contamination through open-air burning policies and 200,000+ tons of highly radioactive water dumped into the Pacific Ocean.

Website: [link to survivingjapanmovie.com]

Please help us promote this film about the Fukushima disaster.

Audio clip used with permission from director/producer Christopher Noland
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Interview with the director:



hf
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I think I'll post these with their own thread ^^
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Interview with the director:



hf
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nicework... and good shit radchick... :) i've shared both myself... shame he's not coming downunder :(

Iiori is considering it.....

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My Fukushima Site:
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Holy shit... more compiled from Troy Livinston from Enenews on Hawaii hit HARD..... (again hidden in FB) permission to publish outside of FB....

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

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It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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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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Another one about the WHO report...

Japan riled by WHO's Fukushima cancer warning

TOKYO — Japan on Friday insisted warnings by the World Health Organization of a rise in the risk of cancer for people in Fukushima were overblown, saying the agency was unnecessarily stoking fears.

The U.N.‘s health agency said the 2011 nuclear disaster had raised the cancer threat for people living near the crippled plant, which spewed radiation when reactors went into meltdown after a huge tsunami struck.

But Japan’s environment ministry said the WHO had overstated the risks and called on people living in the area to respond calmly to the report, which it said did not reflect “reality”.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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Collective exposure dose still remains high at Fukushima Daiichi

The collective exposure dose of workers at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant during a one-year period from last March was four times higher than the predisaster level, a tally by Tokyo Electric Power Co. showed Saturday.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Activists hope to maintain momentum of antinuclear protests

"Get rid of nuclear power plants!" "Don't restart them!" Protesters shouted out such slogans through numerous speakers on a chilly February evening just outside the Japanese prime minister's office in Tokyo where about 3,000 people gathered to oppose nuclear power.

Two years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the weekly protests exhibit vigor equaling levels seen at their peak although they have become smaller in scope, as the Liberal Democratic Party -- the very promoter of nuclear energy over the past half-century -- returned to power late last year.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Scary sh!t...

Power plant workers die in separate incidents

At least seven power plant workers died in separate incidents in France and the Philippines in the last 24 hours.

Two workers were killed at the Cattenom nuclear power plant in Moselle, France, while five people were confirmed dead at the Leyte geothermal power plant in the Philippines.

Six more are missing due to the Filipino incident after a rain-triggered landslide hit the Lopez Group-owned 700 MW Upper Mahiao Geothermal Project today.

Of the 43 employees at the site, 32 have been safely accounted for, 8 are in the hospital for treatment of injuries, such as fractures and difficulty of breathing due to inhaled sulphuric fumes.
[link to www.powerengineeringint.com]
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Activists hope to maintain momentum of antinuclear protests

"Get rid of nuclear power plants!" "Don't restart them!" Protesters shouted out such slogans through numerous speakers on a chilly February evening just outside the Japanese prime minister's office in Tokyo where about 3,000 people gathered to oppose nuclear power.

Two years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the weekly protests exhibit vigor equaling levels seen at their peak although they have become smaller in scope, as the Liberal Democratic Party -- the very promoter of nuclear energy over the past half-century -- returned to power late last year.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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The nuclear-meltdown threat in the States
[link to www.aspentimes.com]

[snip]

San Onofre has the worst safety record of any nuclear power plant in the U.S., and recently there were acts of sabotage (workers poured antifreeze into the crankcase of the emergency power generators). It is extremely vulnerable to terrorist attack, partly because of the thousands of tons of highly radioactive waste stored in temporary caskets and open pools outside of the containment domes. In the event of a meltdown, this waste has the radioactive equivalent of a thousand Hiroshima bombs.

Low-level radioactive releases are also an issue. San Onofre regularly discharges (without announcement) such radioactivity into the atmosphere and dumps it into the Pacific Ocean. The National Academy of Sciences has just started a 2 years epidemiological study to see if there are cancer streaks among populations living near nuclear reactors. San Onofre was one of six nuclear power plants chosen for this study. In Europe, studies found that children living near nuclear power plants have twice the incidence of leukemia.

A nuclear meltdown at San Onofre could destroy the future of southern California and contaminate much of the southwest including Colorado. Some want to take the risk so there is plenty of power, but California got along just fine for the last 15 months without San Onofre. The fact is that nuclear power is expensive, dangerous, unreliable, and environmentally unfriendly. The only safety for everyone in the West is to make sure that this plant never opens again.

Roger Johnson

Professor Emeritus

San Clemente, Calif.
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fukushima radioactive contamination symptoms research
the research and collection of data due to fukushima nuclear accident. our website is not just for those affected by fukushima but also for anyone in the world that might have been affected by radiation. our hope is to improve the situation for those who might be affected by radioactive contamination anywhere in the world.
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Russia announces enormous finds of radioactive waste and nuclear reactors in Arctic seas

[link to www.bellona.org]

wtf... taken off fb-

Seals have been found dead with radiation symptoms in the pacific!!! 75 % of the seal population has died off since Fukushima started. Since 2011 seals were being found like this
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since dec 2011 polar bears were being found dead with radiation symptoms like the seals, bald patches, bleeding ulcers, bleeding eyes and noise.
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Hawaii north reef turtles fish and the reef dying since Fukushima.
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what frog boiling "slowly"?
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Testimony of an Evacuee from Fukushima (filmed 23rd feb '13)
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