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Maybe Svensken know how much water is needed under normal circumstances?
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Svensken... lol... nope, I don't know how much water they need to cool the cores...
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Fukushima Year 2
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and I thought they thought we had forgotten.....


oh yeah, using 'ground water for cooling'.... must taste nice.........

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AB? did you move to Germany?........

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Two years after disaster, anti-nuke rallies in Tokyo still draw huge crowds
Galvanized on the eve of the second anniversary of an earthquake and tsunami that triggered the world's worst nuclear disaster in 25 years, protesters turned out in full force in the Japanese capital on March 9 and 10, calling on the government to shun nuclear power.

On March 10, an estimated 40,000 protesters demonstrated around Tokyo, including in front of the Prime Minister's Official Residence, ministry offices and Hibiya Park.

"It's becoming more and more important for us to protest. I do this for my children, we can't leave the mess of nuclear power behind to them," said a 32-year-old mother of two marching in front of the offices of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, chanting "Stop nuclear! Protect our children!"

"People and the media are starting to forget Fukushima and what happened there," said the woman.

Japan is still coming to terms with the disaster that ravaged its northeastern region on March 11, 2011--the earthquake and tsunami killed more than 15,000 people. Several thousand people are still unaccounted for. The disaster triggered a meltdown at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, which forced 160,000 people from their homes, and many of them will never return. It also sparked an unprecedented protest movement against nuclear power.

Protesters throng Tokyo parks on national holidays and outside the Diet building every Friday evening, drawing people previously unseen at political rallies, such as salarymen and housewives.

[link to ajw.asahi.com]

Did we ever saw 40.000 People on the streets in Australia
without Free Beer and Sammiches?

Mostly stupids in Down Under
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Two years after disaster, anti-nuke rallies in Tokyo still draw huge crowds
Galvanized on the eve of the second anniversary of an earthquake and tsunami that triggered the world's worst nuclear disaster in 25 years, protesters turned out in full force in the Japanese capital on March 9 and 10, calling on the government to shun nuclear power.

On March 10, an estimated 40,000 protesters demonstrated around Tokyo, including in front of the Prime Minister's Official Residence, ministry offices and Hibiya Park.

"It's becoming more and more important for us to protest. I do this for my children, we can't leave the mess of nuclear power behind to them," said a 32-year-old mother of two marching in front of the offices of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, chanting "Stop nuclear! Protect our children!"

"People and the media are starting to forget Fukushima and what happened there," said the woman.

Japan is still coming to terms with the disaster that ravaged its northeastern region on March 11, 2011--the earthquake and tsunami killed more than 15,000 people. Several thousand people are still unaccounted for. The disaster triggered a meltdown at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, which forced 160,000 people from their homes, and many of them will never return. It also sparked an unprecedented protest movement against nuclear power.

Protesters throng Tokyo parks on national holidays and outside the Diet building every Friday evening, drawing people previously unseen at political rallies, such as salarymen and housewives.

[link to ajw.asahi.com]

Did we ever saw 40.000 People on the streets in Australia
without Free Beer and Sammiches?

Mostly stupids in Down Under
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35946310


you embaress youself atom-twat..... really.....
whatmeltthrough


no melt though... please explain the fact now that what should be inside containment is either a: missing or b: proven to be outside vessel, with the luxiory of ground water for cooling?

awaiting your lame answer................

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Two years after disaster, anti-nuke rallies in Tokyo still draw huge crowds
Galvanized on the eve of the second anniversary of an earthquake and tsunami that triggered the world's worst nuclear disaster in 25 years, protesters turned out in full force in the Japanese capital on March 9 and 10, calling on the government to shun nuclear power.

On March 10, an estimated 40,000 protesters demonstrated around Tokyo, including in front of the Prime Minister's Official Residence, ministry offices and Hibiya Park.

"It's becoming more and more important for us to protest. I do this for my children, we can't leave the mess of nuclear power behind to them," said a 32-year-old mother of two marching in front of the offices of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, chanting "Stop nuclear! Protect our children!"

"People and the media are starting to forget Fukushima and what happened there," said the woman.





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Did we ever saw 40.000 People on the streets in Australia
without Free Beer and Sammiches?

Mostly stupids in Down Under
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35946310


you embaress youself atom-twat..... really.....
:whatmeltthrough:
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Just yesterday you continued your disinformation agenda
or how do you explain 4 Melt downs or dry pools,
please explain why you spreading disinformation since nearly 20 months!

And why do the people need to visit your blog to read the information you want and should provide here on glp?

i see that you are doing this since months.
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@ Citizen Perth,

don´`t run away as usual,
please explain where you see 4 Melt Downs and
explain all of us the immense Heat Damage of a Pool Fire,
please try to explain how they extinguished the Fires of
the Rods and who and when they done it!

I am waiting for this since days and someone who is saying this again and again should be able to bring some evidence
for the fire or can we burn this rods without a immense damage?
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@ Citizen Perth,

don´`t run away as usual,
please explain where you see 4 Melt Downs and
explain all of us the immense Heat Damage of a Pool Fire,
please try to explain how they extinguished the Fires of
the Rods and who and when they done it!

I am waiting for this since days and someone who is saying this again and again should be able to bring some evidence
for the fire or can we burn this rods without a immense damage?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35946310


funnnnnnnnnnnny situation you have there mr atom twat........... moved to german flag atom twat........ simple.. the 'ground water', which was never to be touched...is coolinging melted chorium...... nice............ have a glass on me......

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 03/11/2013 08:02 PM
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sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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@ Citizen Perth,

don´`t run away as usual,
please explain where you see 4 Melt Downs and
explain all of us the immense Heat Damage of a Pool Fire,
please try to explain how they extinguished the Fires of
the Rods and who and when they done it!

I am waiting for this since days and someone who is saying this again and again should be able to bring some evidence
for the fire or can we burn this rods without a immense damage?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35946310


funnnnnnnnnnnny situation you have there mr atom twat........... moved to german flag atom twat........ simple.. the 'ground water', which waas never to be touched...is coolinging ' your 'unmleted chorium...... nice............
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Why do you not answer the question above?

Would be easy when true, rofl!

Do you think they use always Salt Water,
or even better they have a "special cooling liquid"?

Of course they need Water, you misinformed laughable clown.
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Experts cast doubt on reactor cooling strategy

NHK has found there is a possibility that more than half of the water injected into a reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant failed to reach its destination.

In the severe accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, 3 reactors melted down, releasing a huge amount of radioactive materials.

NHK staff and experts studied the emergency water injection by fire engines soon after the disaster at the power plant on March 11, 2011.

They used a map of the pipe layout for the No. 3 reactor to check for possible leaks.

They found that some of the water is likely to have entered a condenser instead of the reactor due to a malfunctioning pump.

An experiment proved that the pump did not work when the plant's electric power was knocked out.

The experts say about 55 percent of the injected water was wasted.

They say that a meltdown could have been averted if 75 percent of the water had reached the reactor.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Less than 1% of food exceeds new cesium limits

Less than one percent of food in Japan has been found to contain radioactive cesium above the legal limit.

In April last year, the government tightened permissible levels of cesium in food products from the provisional limits put in place following the Fukushima nuclear accident.

The current standard for staples such as vegetables, rice and fish is 100 becquerels of cesium per kilogram. The limit for baby food and milk is 50 becquerels, while that for drinking water is 10 becquerels.
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Residents file suits over Fukushima accident

People affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident have filed new lawsuits against the government and the plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company, on the second anniversary of the disaster.

The actions brought by more than 1,600 people on Monday to district courts in the prefectures of Fukushima, Chiba and Tokyo, demand compensation for their suffering and losses. Many of the plaintiffs are from Fukushima, but they also include residents of neighboring prefectures. A number of them are evacuees who had to leave their homes to escape radioactive contamination caused by the accident.

At the Fukushima court, plaintiffs are demanding restitution of the region where they lived to its condition before radioactive materials contaminated the area.
They are also asking for 50,000 yen, or about 520 dollars, a month each in damages payments.
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Belgians rally for nuclear-free energy

Protestors rallied in southern Belgium on Sunday outside the Tihange nuclear power plant, where inspectors have found cracks in a nuclear reactor.

Protesters called for the immediate closing of all nuclear reactors. Belgian inspectors found faults last summer in 2 of its 7 nuclear reactors. Operations are being suspended until their safety is confirmed.

The protestors' rally came one day before the March 11th second anniversary of the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Lies, lies and more lies...

U.S. nuclear chief says plants safer after Japan crisis

WASHINGTON —
Two years after the nuclear crisis in Japan, the top U.S. regulator says American nuclear power plants are safer than ever, though not trouble-free. A watchdog group calls that assessment overly rosy.

“The performance is quite good,” Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane said in an interview with The Associated Press.

All but five of the 104 U.S. nuclear reactors were performing at acceptable safety levels at the end of 2012, Macfarlane said, citing a recent NRC report. “You can’t engage that many reactors and not have a few that are going to have difficulty,” she said.

But the watchdog group, the Union of Concerned Scientists, has issued a scathing report saying nearly one in six U.S. nuclear reactors experienced safety breaches last year, due in part to weak oversight. The group accused the NRC of “tolerating the intolerable.”

Using the agency’s own data, the scientists group said 14 serious incidents, ranging from broken or impaired safety equipment to a cooling water leak, were reported last year. Over the past three years, 40 of the 104 U.S. reactors experienced one or more serious safety-related incidents that required additional action by the NRC, the report said.
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TEPCO vows to stand by Fukushima people 2 yrs after nuclear accident

Tokyo Electric Power Co. on Monday called on its employees to think of ways to stand by the people of Fukushima Prefecture to fulfill the company's responsibility for a nuclear disaster that followed an earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan two years ago.

In a speech delivered at the company's Fukushima headquarters, TEPCO President Naomi Hirose said, "I want as many people as possible to visit here, look at the actual situation and listen to the people affected by the disaster and think hard on what we can do, such as compensation payments and decontamination."

More than 150,000 people from Fukushima still live as evacuees in and outside the prefecture, due largely to widespread contamination by radioactive substances released from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi atomic power plant. TEPCO expects it will take around 40 years to finish scrapping the four stricken units at the complex.
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Experts cast doubt on reactor cooling strategy

NHK has found there is a possibility that more than half of the water injected into a reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant failed to reach its destination.

In the severe accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, 3 reactors melted down, releasing a huge amount of radioactive materials.

NHK staff and experts studied the emergency water injection by fire engines soon after the disaster at the power plant on March 11, 2011.

They used a map of the pipe layout for the No. 3 reactor to check for possible leaks.

They found that some of the water is likely to have entered a condenser instead of the reactor due to a malfunctioning pump.

An experiment proved that the pump did not work when the plant's electric power was knocked out.

The experts say about 55 percent of the injected water was wasted.

They say that a meltdown could have been averted if 75 percent of the water had reached the reactor.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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explosion
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Fairewinds report..

Haii-yahh!karate


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Livestream of symposium.. now.

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Press Conference: People were trying to commit suicide aboard USS Reagan during Fukushima mission — Some tried to get off ship — It was living in fear every day, it was horrible (AUDIO)
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U.S. Navy Sailor: They had to remove three layers of skin off my hands and arms after Fukushima exposure — Treated almost as if I had the plague (AUDIO)
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Lotsa goodies coming out today...

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Gundersen: The containment vessel exploded at Fukushima Reactor 2 — “There’s definitely a large crack” (AUDIO)
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Live on BBC: They don’t know what state the Fukushima reactor cores are in (VIDEO)
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TV: Japan radiation expert says drastic measures are needed — Radioactive contamination now permanently in ecosystem — Fukushima forests must be cut down asap (VIDEO)
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U.S. Navy Sailor: They had to remove three layers of skin off my hands and arms after Fukushima exposure — Treated almost as if I had the plague (AUDIO)
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And no samples left?

Very doubtful!
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Japan Professor: Leaders of Fukushima City refused to evacuate population of 400,000 after being asked by gov’t — Media didn’t report this thinking it would cause panic
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[snip]

Then later, when the 20 millisieverts issue rose (the government upped the annual limit of “acceptable” radiation limits in schools from 1 – 20 MSv) they didn’t evacuate young children who should most definitely have been taken out of Fukushima and Koriyama cities.
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Livestream of symposium.. now.

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thumbs i was looking for that, rp : )
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ps- nice one with the pups, : ) some day...
rgds rp : )
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Fukushima government deleted radiation data gathered shortly after nuclear disaster
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The disaster task force said that they had to write over the contents because the manufacturer said that it was not possible to remove the data from the device. “We overwrote the readings because we needed to use the dosimeter to monitor radiation levels in various parts of the prefecture,” said an official.

The manufacturer vehemently denies the statement, saying that the data was transferable to a computer by the use of a particular program. “Readings are saved in the dosimeter’s memory chip and can be extracted using a special program installed on a computer,” according to a representative of the manufacturer. Meanwhile, the prefectural government admitted to not having reported the matter to the national government and apologized. Because of the mistake, however, it made it impossible to know how much radiation exposure the people living near the nuclear plant met.
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Radiation within 80 km of No. 1 plant said down by half
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The agency analyzed radiation readings taken 1 meter aboveground, using data collected by the Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Ministry. According to the estimates, radiation levels fell 30 percent from April 2011 to November 2011, and had dropped to half by November 2012.

The agency believes most of the drop is due to the elements, not government decontamination efforts. Where the tainted rainwater ends up, however, is another matter.

In November, the fall slowed after the radiation from cesium-134, which has a half-life of two years, fell to half, the agency said. But the energy from the more prevalent cesium-137, whose half-life is 30 years, hasn’t changed.
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Residents file suits over Fukushima accident

People affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident have filed new lawsuits against the government and the plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company, on the second anniversary of the disaster.
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