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Asahi: The explosion at Fukushima Reactor 3 had seriously damaged Reactor 2 — “Worst possible case” was predicted soon after — Many workers abandoned facility
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Buffoon..



LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL AT NAVY FIELD
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IMPERIAL BEACH — The Navy has found low-level radioactive material at a landing field near Imperial Beach, but a military official said the material doesn’t pose a significant risk to public health.

“The amount of material found was minimal and appropriate protection of the removed soil is in place to reduce wind erosion,” the Navy said in a statement Wednesday.

Mayor Jim Janney of Imperial Beach said the contamination doesn’t pose a problem.


“It’s radiation, but so is my watch.
From what I understand, it was very low-level and not anything to do with weapons, but instruments,” Janney said. “I think the Navy did a very good job of informing us of what happened. It’s very low level, and it’s not posing a problem other than evaluating the timing of the truck removal.”
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Asahi: The explosion at Fukushima Reactor 3 had seriously damaged Reactor 2 — “Worst possible case” was predicted soon after — Many workers abandoned facility
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Some disturbing mox figures...

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
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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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Everybody is asleep on this event. Technology adequate, manpower efficient, Japans relationship ( or lack thereof ) with the God of Abraham, Jacob and Issac and the nation of Israel non existent.

The earthquake and tsunamis at Fukushima

3 waves ( The number of the Trinity )

50 feet high ( Biblical number for jubilee or the number of soldiers smoked by God everytime they came after Elijah the Prophet )

100 miles an hour speed of waves. 100 is the number representing perfection of God, the age that Abraham had his son Issac, the size of the groups organized by the disciples when Jesus fed the 5000 with 2 fishes and 5 bread ( Mark 6 vs. 40 ) 50 groups of 100 50 x 100 = 5000.

God stopped JAPAN IN ITS TRACTS. Japan is now crippled economically, morally and politically. Do not ignore God, you will never win.

I pray for the nation of Japan will be led to God via the Holy Spirit through Jesus Christ by John 14 vs 6 Jesus is the way, the truth and the life and no one can go to the Father except through the Son.
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Everybody is asleep on this event. Technology adequate, manpower efficient, Japans relationship ( or lack thereof ) with the God of Abraham, Jacob and Issac and the nation of Israel non existent.

The earthquake and tsunamis at Fukushima

3 waves ( The number of the Trinity )

50 feet high ( Biblical number for jubilee or the number of soldiers smoked by God everytime they came after Elijah the Prophet )

100 miles an hour speed of waves. 100 is the number representing perfection of God, the age that Abraham had his son Issac, the size of the groups organized by the disciples when Jesus fed the 5000 with 2 fishes and 5 bread ( Mark 6 vs. 40 ) 50 groups of 100 50 x 100 = 5000.

God stopped JAPAN IN ITS TRACTS.
Japan is now crippled economically, morally and politically. Do not ignore God, you will never win.

I pray for the nation of Japan will be led to God via the Holy Spirit through Jesus Christ by John 14 vs 6 Jesus is the way, the truth and the life and no one can go to the Father except through the Son.
 Quoting: nukemasterjm 4809461


And why would He poison all of us for the mistakes of the Japanese..?

Please proselytize elsewhere. This is not the place for that.
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dynamite
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indeed.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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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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TEPCO yet to pay 10.5 billion yen decontamination costs to state

Tokyo Electric Power Co. has not paid back to the government 10.55 billion yen that has been spent to clean up radiation-contaminated land around the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, government officials said Friday.

The sum is part of a total of 14.9 billion yen the Environment Ministry has asked TEPCO to pay by February based on a special law on decontamination, enacted after the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi complex disaster.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Japanese utilities unable to devise plan on use of plutonium

A group of Japan's major utilities has given up on devising by the end of March a plan on how to use about 0.6 tons of fissile plutonium to be extracted by reprocessing spent nuclear fuel in the fiscal year starting from April, sources close to the matter said Thursday.

The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan cannot meet the March 31 deadline because prospects remain unclear as to the resumption of the country's nuclear power reactors, including those that use fuel containing plutonium, in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi complex disaster, according to the sources.

Keeping stockpiles of plutonium without making clear their use could invite criticism from the international community as the material can be diverted to nuclear weapons.
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Uranium mine workers in Niger stage 'indefinite' strike

More than 600 people working at a Chinese-operated uranium mine in northern Niger on Thursday began an "indefinite" strike action to protest their working conditions, a union official said.

Union spokesman Alassane Idrissa told AFP that after having staged an initial 72-hour cautionary strike, the action on Thursday rolled into an "indefinite" protest to demand "better life and working conditions" for the Niger staff at the Azelik site which is exploited by China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC).

Niger is the world's third largest uranium producer, but the landlocked sub-Saharan country's remains one of the world's least developed nations.
[link to www.nuclearpowerdaily.com]
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Atomic Energy of Canada nearly doubles nuclear liability estimate

Around the world, the costs of operating nuclear reactors are continuing to climb almost as much as the additional liability costs are.  The Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd released a statement late Tuesday night which raised the estimate of its  costs and liability for nuclear decommissioning and waste management from C$3.6 billion to C$6 billion, which was largely affected by costs from the Chalk River Research Reactor.

This summer, the AECL is planning to ship over 23,000 litres of highly radioactive waste, including weapon’s grade enriched-uranium, from the Chalk River Laboratory to the Savannah River Site in South Carolina.  The uranium was originally shipped to Canada in order to make medical isotopes and an agreement was made between the United States and Canada to return the weapons-grade uranium after processing.
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China, Pakistan reach secret nuclear reactor deal for Pakistan

China and Pakistan reached a formal agreement last month to construct a third nuclear reactor at Chashma that the Obama administration says will violate Beijing’s promises under an international anti-nuclear weapons accord.

According to U.S. intelligence and diplomatic officials, the secret agreement for the Chashma 3 reactor was signed in Beijing during the visit by a delegation from the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission from Feb. 15 to 18.

The agreement calls for the state-run China National Nuclear Corp. (CNNC) to construct a 1,000-megawatt power plant at Chashma, located in the northern province of Punjab, where two earlier Chinese reactors were built.
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Feds: SC reactor fuel plant cost rises $3 billion to $7.7 billion

COLUMBIA, SC — The price tag for a South Carolina project intended to turn weapons-grade plutonium into fuel for nuclear reactors has risen by nearly $3 billion, according to the federal General Accountability Office.

David Trimble, the GAO's natural resources and environment director, said Wednesday in written testimony submitted to a congressional committee that the National Nuclear Security Administration project is now estimated to cost $7.7 billion. In 2008, its cost had been estimated at $4.9 billion.

Trimble also said the project wouldn't be complete until November 2019 – more than three years later than originally expected.

The MOX plant would blend weapons-grade plutonium to create commercial nuclear reactor fuel and would be the first of its kind in the United States. It's being built at the Savannah River Site, a former nuclear bomb plant whose reactors have been shuttered for more than a decade.
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Obama names nuclear chief Macfarlane to new term

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama has nominated Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane to a new five-year term.

Macfarlane, a geologist, took over the agency last summer after its former chairman, Gregory Jaczko, resigned amid complaints about an unyielding management style that fellow commissioners and agency employees described as bullying.
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rads:raindrops::raindrops::raindrops:
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This one is for you Bug

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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- Albert Einstein
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 Quoting: Citizenperth


so much for their recent bullshit research..............
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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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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Watchdog experts evicted from post-Fukushima conferences

This week Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility attorney John Geesman, seismologist consultant Dr. Douglas Hamilton, and outreach coordinator David Weisman traveled to a three day workshop in Oakland, which was a part of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission mandated post-Fukushima workshop.

All three members of the watchdog organization were evicted from the building prior to a presentation by GeoPentech, Southern California Edison’s seismic research contractor.

Monitors from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission were present at the conference, but did not intervene to prevent the eviction of the watchdog experts.
[link to enformable.com]
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 Quoting: Citizenperth


so much for their recent bullshit research..............
 Quoting: Citizenperth




Yes, indeed.


[snip]

Preface

Dr. Bandazhevsky’s groundbreaking research on the effects of radioactive cesium upon the children and people of Belarus is not well known in the United States. This is in large part because the government of Belarus chose to persecute him and suppress his work, which threatened to disrupt their plans to repopulate lands grossly contaminated with radioactive cesium. Bandazhevsky was forced to write this study while under house arrest, awaiting many years of subsequent imprisonment and torture. Government agents had already destroyed many of the archived samples, slides and materials that he and his colleagues and students had accumulated during the nine years he was Rector of the Gomel State Medical Institute of Belarus. However, Bandazhevsky had already published much of the statistical data he had obtained in 4 books: Clinical and experimental aspects of the effects of incorporated radionuclides in the body [Russian and English]. Gomel 1995; Pathophysiology of incorporated radioactivity. Gomel, 1997; Structural and functional effects of radionuclides incorporated into the body, Gomel, 1997. Pathology of incorporated radioactivity, Minsk, 1999, as well as numerous articles in the collection of scientific works of the Gomel State Medical Institute. He used much of this previously published information in conjunction with the slides that he had preserved at his residence, in order to write this study. For purposes of clarity, I have added a section, at the bottom of page 6, which provides more details on the methodology used by Dr. Bandazhevsky to obtain Whole Body Counts and the specific activity of 137Cs (cesium-137). This section on methodology is taken from “Chronic Cs-137 Incorporation in Children’s Organs,” published in Swiss Med Wkly 2003; 133:488-490. Dr. Bandazhevsky was the author, but note that he was in prison at the time, and the 2003 study was compiled by his European colleagues using data that they had obtained from Dr. Bandazhevsky during their visits to the Gomel State Medical Institute during the period 1997-1999. Dr. Bandazhevsky has recently confirmed to me that that the methodology described in the 2003 study did in fact describe the methodology used during his nine year research recorded in this study.
Steven Starr, March, 2013
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radchicks vid...not sure if been posted...


the comments aint great

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something a bloke i know did... radaition or disease? ha!




Scmallenberg Virus is the Canary in the coal mine of the Fukushima Fallout that is raining out across the planet....who do they think they are kidding!!!
Don't do this at home kids!!!
[link to www.defra.gov.uk]
Schmallenberg Virus is a new emerging livestock disease that has been detected in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.
It is similar to some other animal disease pathogens, such as Akabane and Shamonda viruses, which are transmitted by vectors, such as midges, mosquitoes and ticks.
The virus has been associated with brief mild/moderate disease (milk drop, pyrexia, diarrhoea) in adult cattle and late abortion or birth defects in newborn cattle, sheep and goats.
All the evidence currently suggests that the disease was brought into the UK from infected midges blown across the Channel. We have seen no evidence to suggest that it was from imported livestock. We are closely tracking the disease and will continue to work with partners across Europe and the UK to develop our knowledge of the disease.
Schmallenberg Virus is not a notifiable disease but farmers are asked to contact their veterinary surgeon if they encounter cases of ruminant neonates or fetuses which are stillborn, show malformations or are showing nervous disease. Veterinary surgeons should then contact their local AHVLA Laboratory (England and Wales) or SAC Disease Surveillance Centre (Scotland) if they suspect infection with the virus.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control suggests that there is a low likelihood of any risk to public health
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3 prefectures to draw up evacuation plan for Mt Fuji eruption

TOKYO — The prefectural governments of Yamanashi, Shizuoka and Kanagawa plan to formulate a prediction of the damage likely to be caused by lava flow, falling rocks and ash clouds as a result of a Mt Fuji eruption.

The predictions are to be used to draw up effective evacuation plans for residents of the three prefectures. Up to 750,000 residents would have to evacuate in Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures in the event of an eruption, according to an earlier government estimate.

The task force has been ordered to update evacuation plans for residents who are expected to be in danger from ash clouds and falling debris in the event of an eruption, NHK reported.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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CNN airs troubling images of ill California sea lions — “Like walking skeletons” — Unprecedented crisis, exponentially higher numbers — 700 rescued recently (VIDEO)


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Professor Hanington’s: Speaking of Science: Plutonium
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By 1943, chemists had created enough plutonium to make it the first synthetic element visible with the naked eye. During that time, the nuclear properties of plutonium were also studied. Investigators found when an atom of plutonium is hit by a neutron, it breaks apart by fission and releases a relatively large amount of energy and more importantly, additional neutrons. The idea that these extra neutrons can hit other atoms of plutonium gave rise to the concept of an exponentially fast chain reaction which could, under the right circumstances, result in a nuclear explosion.

As a result of this discovery, the United States, under the exigent conditions of WWII, established the Manhattan Project with the express purpose of developing a plutonium atomic bomb before Nazi Germany did. Those familiar with science history know that the Germans, too, had a well established nuclear program under the direction of physicists Erich Schumann, Otto Hahn and Werner Heisenberg. After all, nuclear fission was discovered by Lise Meitner and Hahn working at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry in Berlin in 1939 — propelling Germany to the forefront in this line of research.
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Edison might seek San Onofre license change without public hearing
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The operator of the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant might request a license amendment before restarting the plant through an expedited process that would not require public hearings before a restart.

Southern California Edison said Friday that it has requested a meeting with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to discuss the possible license amendment. The NRC has not yet responded.

Also Friday, a special NRC panel heard arguments from Edison and Friends of the Earth, an environmental group that has pushed for the commission to require a license amendment with a full trial-like public hearing process before deciding whether to allow the plant to fire up again.

The panel did not rule on the issue Friday, and that proceeding is separate from the one that would take place if Edison submits a license amendment request.
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Natural Gas: Killing Coal And Nuclear, and Maybe The Grid
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David Crane, CEO of power generator NRG Energy Inc. NRG +0.19%, says the U.S. natural gas boom is hurting the coal and nuclear industries more than expected.

“Natural gas is in the process of wiping out the coal industry,” Mr. Crane says, speaking at the WSJ’s ECO:nomics conference in Santa Barbara. “It’s a big shock as power generator. It’s wiping out the nuclear industry quicker than we thought.”

Rooftop and other solar-power generators that produce electricity used where the facility is located is the future of solar, not large solar farms in the desert, Mr. Crane says. And someday, the natural gas industry is likely to invent in-home power generation technology that could reduce or eliminate the need for utility power.

“All the natural gas industry needs is a gizmo in your house to convert natural gas into electricity,” Mr. Crane says. It could be a fuel cell, it could be a micro gas turbine.
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Natural Gas: Killing Coal And Nuclear, and Maybe The Grid
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David Crane, CEO of power generator NRG Energy Inc. NRG +0.19%, says the U.S. natural gas boom is hurting the coal and nuclear industries more than expected.

“Natural gas is in the process of wiping out the coal industry,” Mr. Crane says, speaking at the WSJ’s ECO:nomics conference in Santa Barbara. “It’s a big shock as power generator. It’s wiping out the nuclear industry quicker than we thought.”

Rooftop and other solar-power generators that produce electricity used where the facility is located is the future of solar, not large solar farms in the desert, Mr. Crane says. And someday, the natural gas industry is likely to invent in-home power generation technology that could reduce or eliminate the need for utility power.

“All the natural gas industry needs is a gizmo in your house to convert natural gas into electricity,” Mr. Crane says. It could be a fuel cell, it could be a micro gas turbine.
 Quoting: Waterbug


you should see the roof houses here in aus...... blankated with solar cells, and selling power back to the grid!!!!

my mate owns a solar business in northern new south wales and just bought his second fishing boat... i'm thinking of moving there and working for him.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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We don't allow no watchdogs around here..




Watchdog experts evicted from post-Fukushima conferences
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This week Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility attorney John Geesman, seismologist consultant Dr. Douglas Hamilton, and outreach coordinator David Weisman traveled to a three day workshop in Oakland, which was a part of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission mandated post-Fukushima workshop. All three members of the watchdog organization were evicted from the building prior to a presentation by GeoPentech, Southern California Edison’s seismic research contractor. Monitors from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission were present at the conference, but did not intervene to prevent the eviction of the watchdog experts.
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Natural Gas: Killing Coal And Nuclear, and Maybe The Grid
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David Crane, CEO of power generator NRG Energy Inc. NRG +0.19%, says the U.S. natural gas boom is hurting the coal and nuclear industries more than expected.

“Natural gas is in the process of wiping out the coal industry,” Mr. Crane says, speaking at the WSJ’s ECO:nomics conference in Santa Barbara. “It’s a big shock as power generator. It’s wiping out the nuclear industry quicker than we thought.”

Rooftop and other solar-power generators that produce electricity used where the facility is located is the future of solar, not large solar farms in the desert, Mr. Crane says. And someday, the natural gas industry is likely to invent in-home power generation technology that could reduce or eliminate the need for utility power.

“All the natural gas industry needs is a gizmo in your house to convert natural gas into electricity,” Mr. Crane says. It could be a fuel cell, it could be a micro gas turbine.
 Quoting: Waterbug


you should see the roof houses here in aus...... blankated with solar cells, and selling power back to the grid!!!!

my mate owns a solar business in northern new south wales and just bought his second fishing boat... i'm thinking of moving there and working for him.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Might be a smart play.. ahead of the curve, so to speak.

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