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what a storm today in tokyo scream
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Tokyo Brits gearing up for 3-day charity ride to Fukushima

"10 Brits, 10 Bikes, 300 kilometers, 3 days...!" A group of British expatriates living in Tokyo will get on their bicycles for a charity ride this month to radiation-stricken Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture, in a fundraising move that is common back home.
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Transatomic Power offers a salt-cooled reactor that can run on nuclear waste

Transatomic Power, which is am offshoot of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has updated a type of nuclear power plant that uses a molten-salt cooled reactor core.  The design would run at about half the cost of a standard reactor, it would be resistant to any kind of meltdown and best of all it can run on our nuclear waste.

Russ Wilcox who serves as Transatomic’s CEO says the company will need to come up with about 200 million dollars to produce the first running reactor. However, that cannot begin to be a reality until they can first get approval from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Once approval goes through, he estimates it would take approximately eight years to see it up and running.
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Inferior parts being used in Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant

CHENNAI: The Centre, speeding up the process to commission the first unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, received a jolt from one of the country's noted nuclear scientist and former chairman of Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) A Gopalakrishnan, who raised doubts about the quality of equipment in the plant. "Sub-standard materials have come to the Kudankulam plant and they are causing problems," he alleged.

The senior scientist, who endorsed indigenous development of atomic energy, complained the reactors under operation with foreign support were in a very bad state. The nuclear reactors in Tarapur built by America's General Electric in 1965, suffered serious technical problems even when they were constructed. The spare parts could not be sourced from GE even in 1995 as they were no longer making it. "Even the GE's assessment was that the plants were too old, dangerous and should be shut down, but the department of Atomic Energy continue running the plants till date," said Gopalakrishnan.
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Transatomic Power offers a salt-cooled reactor that can run on nuclear waste

Transatomic Power, which is am offshoot of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has updated a type of nuclear power plant that uses a molten-salt cooled reactor core.  The design would run at about half the cost of a standard reactor, it would be resistant to any kind of meltdown and best of all it can run on our nuclear waste.

Russ Wilcox who serves as Transatomic’s CEO says the company will need to come up with about 200 million dollars to produce the first running reactor. However, that cannot begin to be a reality until they can first get approval from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Once approval goes through, he estimates it would take approximately eight years to see it up and running.
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good! let's get started... 8 years is better than ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????​?????????????????
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TEPCO ordered to address radioactive water leaks at Fukushima plant

Tokyo Electric Power Co. faced increasing pressure from government entities Monday to address recent radioactive water leakages and power outages at its accident-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

"If these kinds of incidents continue to occur, the very process toward decommissioning the (crippled) reactors could be affected," Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told TEPCO President Naomi Hirose in their meeting, while adding that the public is "greatly" concerned about the situation at the plant in northeastern Japan.
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N. Korea shows signs it may conduct 4th nuclear test: Seoul minister

A South Korean government minister in charge of relations with North Korea said Monday there are indications that the North is prepared to carry out its fourth nuclear test.

"All I can say is there are such signs," Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl Jae told a parliamentary session. But he declined to elaborate, saying, "It's not appropriate for me to reveal details about intelligence matters."

Earlier Monday, a South Korean government source, cited by the JoongAng Daily, said North Korea appears to be making preparations for a fourth underground nuclear weapons test at a site in Punggye-ri, the same site where it conducted its third test.
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EDF ‘in big trouble’ says French nuclear expert

Financial problems facing EDF (Paris: FR0010242511 - news) could force the French energy giant to pull out of the £14bn project to build the first of a new generation of nuclear power plants in Britain, a French expert has warned.

Mycle Schneider, a former energy adviser to the French government, questioned whether EDF could finance the investment.

“EDF is in big trouble. The whole of the nuclear power industry in France is in big trouble,” he said.
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TEPCO admits contaminated water leaking from multiple temporary storage pits at Fukushima Daiichi

TEPCO will likely have to review its temporary storage strategy, but so far has only released plans to continue monitor the levels of radioactive materials in the soil around the tank and look for a new storage location.  The Japanese utility believes that the radioactive water may have leaked out through joints in the tank’s seepage control sheets.

Masayuki Ono, a senior Tepco official, said at a news conference Sunday that it is difficult for the plant to store all of the radioactive water in the temporary tanks, which is why they were forced to keep the contaminated water in underground pits.
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Dutch nuclear plant Borssele approved for longer life

FRANKFURT/AMSTERDAM - Dutch nuclear reactor Borssele has been given permission to operate up to 2033, though the approval can still be contested, Dutch and German stakeholders said on Wednesday.

Started in 1973, the 500 megawatt plant is one of the oldest reactors in Europe. It is 70 percent owned by Dutch generator Delta, in turn owned by Dutch provincial authorities, and 30 percent by German utility RWE .

The plant was due to shut in 2014 but the Dutch government had agreed in 2006 to extend its lifespan until 2033, while requesting additional inspections before issuing a permit, said a spokeswoman for EPZ, the operating company for the Netherlands sole nuclear plant in the southwest of the country.
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Nuclear output cut by a fifth thanks to nature’s abundance

In an unprecedented move, Spain is cutting back nuclear power generation by 20 percent because of an excess electricity supply. The abundant rains and generous winds of March have teamed up with a drop in demand for electricity over the Easter break.

As usual in these cases, Red Eléctrica de España (REE) stopped its wind turbines. But in an unprecedented move, it also ordered a 20-percent across-the-board reduction in nuclear plants' output. Industry sources said it is the first time that all plants have been affected.
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EDF ‘in big trouble’ says French nuclear expert

Financial problems facing EDF (Paris: FR0010242511 - news) could force the French energy giant to pull out of the £14bn project to build the first of a new generation of nuclear power plants in Britain, a French expert has warned.

Mycle Schneider, a former energy adviser to the French government, questioned whether EDF could finance the investment.

“EDF is in big trouble. The whole of the nuclear power industry in France is in big trouble,” he said.
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N. Korea shows signs it may conduct 4th nuclear test: Seoul minister

A South Korean government minister in charge of relations with North Korea said Monday there are indications that the North is prepared to carry out its fourth nuclear test.

"All I can say is there are such signs," Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl Jae told a parliamentary session. But he declined to elaborate, saying, "It's not appropriate for me to reveal details about intelligence matters."

Earlier Monday, a South Korean government source, cited by the JoongAng Daily, said North Korea appears to be making preparations for a fourth underground nuclear weapons test at a site in Punggye-ri, the same site where it conducted its third test.
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Lovely, that insane man should not have any access to weapons of this nature.
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today in tokyo, we know gobernment is lie and GLP is true coz government say no one is die, but glp is is say millions die, we all is happy that glp is true and gobernment is lie so we know millions die and we always say millions die, its so conspiracy that gobernment lie and we know truth.

fuck thos fukushim people for not being conspiracy, they deserve to die for bein sheeples.

i love glp, it all makes sense here.
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today in tokyo, we know gobernment is lie and GLP is true coz government say no one is die, but glp is is say millions die, we all is happy that glp is true and gobernment is lie so we know millions die and we always say millions die, its so conspiracy that gobernment lie and we know truth.

fuck thos fukushim people for not being conspiracy, they deserve to die for bein sheeples.

i love glp, it all makes sense here.
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We have NEVER said Fukushima people deserve to die. We have questioned the "facts" put forth by Tepco and the government agencies (both US and Japan). This thread was made to spread news from many countries with a hope of understanding things as they are. As for death, radiation is not usually a quick process, but a bioaccumulation over many years.
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Here we go again... a third tank leaking...

Another Fukushima storage tank leaking

Another tank storing contaminated water at the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has developed problems. This is the third tank to leak at the plant.

Tokyo Electric Power Company had been moving contaminated water into the tank from an underground tank that was found to have leaked 120 tons of water last week.

The chlorine level at a monitoring point between triple-layered insulating sheets at the receiving tank stood at 910 parts per million on Tuesday, compared to 4 ppm on Monday. This indicates water leakage.
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Iran opens 2 uranium mines, yellowcake plant

Iran says it has increased its nuclear capability by starting production of yellowcake, or raw uranium, at a new facility.

The Iranian government announced on Tuesday that it had opened 2 uranium mines on the outskirts of Yazd city in central Iran and activated a yellowcake plant at Ardakan.

It says the country is now capable of producing more than 60 tons of yellowcake annually.
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IAEA to examine Fukushima decommissioning process

Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency say they will inspect the decommissioning process at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant for the first time later this month.

IAEA officials will visit the plant from April 17th to 19th.

They will speak to officials from the plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company. They will also meet with officials from the Natural Resources and Energy Agency.

They are expected to suggest ways of dealing with leaks of contaminated water from underground tanks at the plant.

The inspectors are expected to review the entire decommissioning process. They will also check measures to protect workers from exposure to radiation.
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TEPCO may run out of space for radioactive water

TOKYO — Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said on Monday it does not have enough tank space should it need to move contaminated water from storage pits that started leaking over the weekend at its wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Two years after the worst nuclear disaster in a quarter of a century, TEPCO is struggling with breakdowns and glitches in its jerry-rigged cooling system to keep reactors and spent fuel pools in a safe state known as cold shutdown.

The utility does not have enough sturdy, above-ground tanks it is building to take the water from the pits, a TEPCO general manager, Masayuki Ono, said at a news conference at the company’s headquarters.

TEPCO engineers have not decided whether to transfer the water to above-ground tanks, Ono said. The plant’s seven storage pits are lined with water-proof sheets meant to keep the contaminated water from leaking into the soil.
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Clueless girl... she should concentrate on racing and stay out of energy politics...

IndyCar Driver Helps Nuclear Energy Leaders Raise Industry Awareness

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Southern Nuclear employees received a visit on Thursday, April 4, from the Nuclear Clean Air Energy IndyCar race team, including all-star driver Simona De Silvestro. Several hundred employees attended the event and had their photographs taken next to De Silvestro, who began the racing season with a sixth place finish at St. Petersburg. De Silvestro and the race team were in town to compete in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at the Barber Motorsports Park.

"A lot of people recognize solar and wind, but don't realize that nuclear power provides the majority of America's clean energy," said De Silvestro at the event. "We need to keep talking to students to help them understand that science, technology, engineering and math are cool."

Steve Kuczynski, president and CEO, Southern Nuclear, said, "We appreciate AREVA, Simona and the Nuclear Clean Air Energy IndyCar race team for spending time with our employees while they were in Birmingham. This was an exciting experience for our employees. The event provided a valuable opportunity to work with an industry partner to increase the awareness and education of nuclear energy while showcasing Simona and the race car."
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German Nuclear Operators to Pay for $2.6 Billion Waste Site

German nuclear-power operators will have to pay an estimated 2 billion euros ($2.6 billion) for identifying and building an atomic-waste depository, Environment Minister Peter Altmaier said.

“The cost of dealing with nuclear waste will be borne by those who produced it,” Altmaier said today in an interview on N24 television. “In the end, it’s also in the interests of the nuclear operators that we identify a depository.” RWE AG (RWE), EON SE and EnBW Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg AG (EBK) currently operate the country’s remaining nine nuclear plants, one of which is shared with Vattenfall AB.
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Edison hopes to start up San Onofre by June 1
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Energy secretary nominee Moniz says no more Hanford status quo

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Ex-Regulator Says Reactors Are Flawed
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All 104 nuclear power reactors now in operation in the United States have a safety problem that cannot be fixed and they should be replaced with newer technology, the former chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said on Monday. Shutting them all down at once is not practical, he said, but he supports phasing them out rather than trying to extend their lives.

(It)is not unusual in that various anti-nuclear groups take the same stance. But it is highly unusual for a former head of the nuclear commission to so bluntly criticize an industry whose safety he was previously in charge of ensuring.

Asked why he did not make these points when he was chairman, Dr. Jaczko said in an interview after his remarks, “I didn’t really come to it until recently.”
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Ex-Regulator Says Reactors Are Flawed
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Asked why he did not make these points when he was chairman, Dr. Jaczko said in an interview after his remarks, “I didn’t really come to it until recently.”
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“I was just thinking about the issues more, and watching as the industry and the regulators and the whole nuclear safety community continues to try to figure out how to address these very, very difficult problems,” which were made more evident by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan, he said. “Continuing to put Band-Aid on Band-Aid is not going to fix the problem.”

Dr. Jaczko made his remarks at the Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference in Washington in a session about the Fukushima accident. Dr. Jaczko said that many American reactors that had received permission from the nuclear commission to operate for 20 years beyond their initial 40-year licenses probably would not last that long. He also rejected as unfeasible changes proposed by the commission that would allow reactor owners to apply for a second 20-year extension, meaning that some reactors would run for a total of 80 years.
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Nuclear's dirty secret...



The Coming Nuclear Waste Disaster
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Engineers around the world have done a great job developing nuclear technologies to serve mankind’s many endeavors: medical devices, power generators, naval propulsion systems, or the most formidable weapons ever built, so formidable that they could largely wipe out mankind and its many endeavors.

However, engineers haven’t figured out yet what to do with the highly radioactive and toxic materials nuclear technologies leave behind. They leak through corroded containers, contaminate soil, water, and air, and after decades, we try to deal with them somehow, but mainly we’re shuffling that problem to the next generation. The enormous sums coming due over time were never included in the original costs.


For example, the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington State, the largest, most daunting environmental cleanup project in the US. More than 11,000 people work on it.

After these wastes are retrieved from the tanks, the plant will chemically separate the waste into two streams of differing radioactive hazard and solidify them into glass in stainless steel canisters. The low-radioactivity glass will be disposed of onsite, while the high-level waste glass will be shipped offsite for permanent disposal once a repository is available.

Turns out, almost none of it, according to the report, can be done safely or at all. And that “repository?” It doesn’t exist. Despite decades of trying, the US has not been able to come up with one.

As a result of starting to build the dang thing before they solved the major technical problems, they now have a mess on their hands; and pending a solution to “the remaining technical issues,” explained DOE spokeswoman, Aoife McCarthy, construction has now stopped.

The Board raised “a serious question as to whether this plant is going to work at all,” said Senate Energy Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon. The report lists design problems that could lead to mechanical breakdowns, chemical explosions, and nuclear reactions.

But leaving the highly radioactive and toxic sludge in the underground tanks would be dangerous as well. The older single-shell tanks are leaking. And as the report explains, many of the “double-shell tanks currently have enough flammable gas retained in the waste that, if released in the tank headspace, could create a flammable atmosphere.” And blow up.

“These are the questions that should have been resolved at the front end,” groaned Senator Wyden.
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TEPCO admits contaminated water leaking from multiple temporary storage pits at Fukushima Daiichi
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Tepco concealing all the radiation data about water reservoir leakage
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Gov't, Naraha mayor in talks to allow radioactive waste storage facility

FUKUSHIMA — The mayor of Naraha in Fukushima Prefecture met with Environment Ministry officials on Monday and Tuesday to discuss whether the municipality should allow the establishment of an interim storage facility for radioactive waste from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

The town of Naraha falls within the 20-km-radius restricted zone spanning five other municipalities along the coast. Much of the debris caused by the magnitude 9.0 quake and the subsequent tsunami, thought to have amounted to around 474,000 tons, remains uncleared.
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Nuclear regulator approves new guidelines

Japan's nuclear regulator has approved a draft set of safety guidelines electric power companies must follow to prepare for emergencies such as natural disasters.

The Nuclear Regulation Authority on Wednesday approved the draft for guidelines to be adopted by July. Members of the group, together with experts, compiled the requirements over a period of about 6 months.

The rules call for utilities to enforce stricter rules in dealing with serious accidents such as earthquakes and tsunami. Most of the rules are preconditions that will need to be met in order to restart idled reactors.
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