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Citizenperth
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[Express] “Can’t watch the explosion scene of reactor3 on BBC, says “It can’t be played in your country”
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 Quoting: Waterbug


I Re-Checked a few different Channels, incl. the BBC Channel
for the Explosions and all of them are working here in Japan!

So i call the Fuku-Diary Report, as usual, a Hoax.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42408702


fukushima-diary is not a hoax!

it is written by a sincere person that interprets and left the country and family, lost everything

so SHUT THE FUCK UP

you will now get that alone on every post atom-fuckhead

btw: your wishes for bug were as your sincere help for your 'people' (of which you are not).. so SHUT THE FUCK UP!
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Rofl you are highly phunny, i should blog about you Rofl

When i see something wrong i will say something
and i don't care what a sick Australian Noob think about it!

Ergo: Fuggi,Fuggi Off! :bartmoon:
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42408702


wait till i get my new t-shirts printed you small shriveled, country-less person :P.. (no wonder you're single)

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@Cblubberploerp,

you sounds like a tiny baby

waiting for you is the same like waiting for the Fuel Removable in F'Shima!

Our nice Friends of Tepco reported:
Press Release (Jun 26,2013)
Situation of storing and treatment of accumulated water including highly concentrated radioactive materials at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (105th Release)

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

Arigatoooooooo applause2
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Japan's nuclear fuel cycle left in limbo

A Japanese power company has started receiving fresh supplies of recycled nuclear fuel from overseas, even though all but two of the nation's reactors remain offline.

On Thursday, MOX fuel from France arrived at Kansai Electric Power Company's Takahama nuclear plant in Fukui Prefecture.

It is unclear whether the utility will be able to use it soon.

MOX fuel is a mixture of plutonium extracted from spent nuclear fuel and uranium. It was hoped this approach would offer an efficient and sustainable way for Japan to recycle its spent nuclear fuel.

But safety concerns delayed its introduction. Experts discovered that control-rods used to stop nuclear fission are not as effective with MOX fuel as ordinary nuclear fuels.

Even before the Fukushima Daiichi accident, only 4 reactors in Japan were burning MOX fuel.
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TEPCO to remind evacuees to file damages claims

The operator of the disabled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant will soon send reminders to more than 11,000 residents in the area to apply for nuclear accident compensation.

Tokyo Electric Power Company officials met at the Fukushima Revitalization Headquarters on Friday.

They will send the reminders in July to residents who were forced to evacuate or stay indoors during the nuclear accident that occurred in March 2011.
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Komeito urges caution for nuclear tech exports

The leader of Japan's junior coalition partner is expressing caution about exporting nuclear power plant technology.

New Komeito chief Natsuo Yamaguchi told NHK on Friday that the government can decide whether to export the technology if other countries need Japan's expertise and strict safety standards.

But he said the public will not approve of the government taking the initiative in sales promotions.

He also said many people are still unable to return to their homes since evacuating after the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011.
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ASEAN postpones meeting with nuclear powers

ASEAN has postponed a meeting with experts from the world's five "official" nuclear powers on the powers' plan to join its treaty for a nuclear weapon-free region after the nuclear powers rejected an ASEAN proposal to meet now, ASEAN sources said.

The consultations between ASEAN officials and legal experts from the nuclear states to discuss the protocol for the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone had been to be held Friday before the start of the annual meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations foreign ministers later in the week.

ASEAN still hopes for a meeting at another time, most probably on the sideline of the U.N. General Assembly in New York in October, the sources said.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Quarrels Continue Over Repository for Nuclear Waste

WASHINGTON — As more nuclear reactors across the country are closed, the problem of what to do with their waste is becoming more urgent, government officials and private experts said at a conference here this week.

To address the problem, a bipartisan group of four senators introduced a bill on Thursday that would provide for temporary, centralized storage, even as House leaders remained focused on trying to revive plans for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository that the Obama administration has declared dead.

Nuclear waste is accumulating in steel and concrete storage casks at reactor sites around the country. But the casks — sealed boxes of many tons — cannot be sent to any repository because they are not compatible, said Jeff Williams, director of the Energy Department’s Nuclear Fuel Storage and Transportation Planning Project.

In addition, a growing number of the sites no longer have an operating reactor or the associated fuel-handling equipment, so they have no way to move the highly radioactive fuel to another storage package.
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Nuclear issues in Japan piling up but no easy resolutions

There is a widespread and deep-seated dissatisfaction in Japan today surrounding the nuclear industry and its’ cozy relationship with the central government.  All but two nuclear reactors are currently shut down while the nation formalizes an energy plan that will dictate whether or not any nuclear reactors will be allowed to restart.  The public dissatisfaction is not just generated by the idling of the nuclear power plants in the island nation, the accumulating amounts of nuclear waste, the MOX fuel debate, or the continual increasing of rates by utilities in Japan due to costs incurred due to the shutdown of the nuclear reactors, it is all of the above and more.

Many communities in Fukushima Prefecture are raising the alarm that decontamination efforts are not providing satisfactory results and are now calling for re-decontamination efforts which the government is asked to cover.  It has been reported multiple times over the last two years that areas that have been decontaminated have been found to become re-contaminated over short periods of time.  Officials have blamed this on multiple issues ranging from the quality of decontamination work, proper disposal of contaminated waste, even the slow creep of contamination down from the mountains into the valleys with every rainstorm which will continue unabated for the foreseeable future.
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Quarrels Continue Over Repository for Nuclear Waste
[link to www.nytimes.com]

As more nuclear reactors across the country are closed, the problem of what to do with their waste is becoming more urgent, government officials and private experts said at a conference here this week.

To address the problem, a bipartisan group of four senators introduced a bill on Thursday that would provide for temporary, centralized storage, even as House leaders remained focused on trying to revive plans for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository that the Obama administration has declared dead.
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Nuclear Engineer Concerned with TVA Alabama Plant
[link to www.huntingtonnews.net]


This plant was designed in 1968, that is at the height of the Vietnam War. Engineers used slide rules back then; I know, I was one of them. It was authorized to begin construction in 1974 and between 1974 and 1988, in fits and starts, the Tennessee Valley Authority began to build it. It was 80% complete in 1988 and Tennessee Valley Authority decided to put it in mothballs.
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Former head doctor of National Cancer Center,”Thyroids of Fukushima children look like honeycomb from too much cysts”
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Former head doctor of National Cancer Center,”Thyroids of Fukushima children look like honeycomb from too much cysts”
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 Quoting: Waterbug


30% :(
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Former head doctor of National Cancer Center,”Thyroids of Fukushima children look like honeycomb from too much cysts”
[link to fukushima-diary.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


In my Opinion this is normal?
Let us have a look:
[link to www.google.co.jp (secure)]

Not so different, imo!
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POINT OF VIEW/ Hirohito Ono: We cannot allow return to nuclear power without proper debate
The run-up to July's Upper House election will likely focus on the economy and foreign policy issues, but one topic that must be discussed is the Abe administration's nuclear energy policy.

In its platform for the December Lower House election, the Liberal Democratic Party said it "would seek the establishment of an economic and social structure that did not have to depend on nuclear power."

Although that was not a position seeking to move away from nuclear energy, it did imply efforts to think about nuclear energy in relative terms.

However, even that stance has become much more ambiguous.

The Abe administration is leaning toward the resumption of operations at nuclear reactors. And it still insists on pushing through with the troubled nuclear fuel recycling program. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited India, Turkey and central Europe with a sales pitch for Japan's nuclear power technology.

Source: [link to ajw.asahi.com]

The Asahi Shimbun became a really great Newspaper since 03/11,
they become important!
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Awesome book put out by there military about radiation and safety.. puts a dent in the current logic...

[snip]

Radiation doses that exceed a minimum (threshold) level can cause undesirable effects such as depression of the blood cell-forming process (threshold dose = 500 mSv, 50 rem) or cataracts (threshold dose = 5,000 mSv, 500 rem). The scope and severity of these effects increases as the dose increases above the corresponding threshold. Radiation also can cause an increase in the incidence, but not the severity, of malignant disease (e.g., cancer). For this type of effect, it is the probability of occurrence that increases with dose rather than the severity. For radiation protection purposes it is assumed that any dose above zero can increase the risk of radiation-induced cancer (i.e., that there is no threshold). Epidemiologic studies have found that the estimated lifetime risk of dying from cancer is greater by about 0.004% per mSv (0.04% per rem) of radiation dose to the whole body (NRC, 1990).

Radioactive sources can expose the body from outside (external doses, e.g., when a diagnostic x ray is taken), or from inside (internal doses, e.g., when radioactive materials are inhaled, ingested, or enter through wounds). Gamma and x-ray radiations (and, to a lesser extent, beta radiation) are the primary contributors to external doses. Alpha and beta radiations are much more important contributors to internal doses.

Control measures to reduce or limit exposure to radiation must consider the circumstances and environment of the exposure. In discussing the influence of scenario on radiation controls, we use the ICRP (1991a, 1993) nomenclature—''intervention'' and "practice." A practice is an intentional activity in which the practitioner is routinely at risk of radiation exposure (e.g., the duties of x-ray technicians in hospitals and nuclear power plant workers). An intervention, by contrast, is an action taken to reduce radiation exposure, often by responding to an accident (e.g., the actions of firefighters who responded to the Chernobyl accident). A practice is characterized by well-defined radiation sources and work procedures; an intervention, by great uncertainty in both.

The Army has previously published guidance for control of doses from routine occupational exposures to radiation and from those associated with nuclear war. The ACE Directive is an encouraging step in developing control measures for other situations. We realize that the Directive was meant for a specific mission (Bosnia) and that the Army recognizes its limitations. The improvements recommended by the committee should be viewed as constructive and in no way diminish the significant progress that the Army has made toward the control of the complete spectrum of radiation hazards on the battlefield and in nonwartime situations. While the ACE Directive is useful as a basis for establishing guidelines to protect soldiers from the adverse effects of radiation, the committee recommends that it be revised to assure completeness and clarity.
[end sip]

[link to www.nap.edu]

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Awesome book put out by there military about radiation and safety.. puts a dent in the current logic...

[snip]

Radiation doses that exceed a minimum (threshold) level can cause undesirable effects such as depression of the blood cell-forming process (threshold dose = 500 mSv, 50 rem) or cataracts (threshold dose = 5,000 mSv, 500 rem). The scope and severity of these effects increases as the dose increases above the corresponding threshold. Radiation also can cause an increase in the incidence, but not the severity, of malignant disease (e.g., cancer). For this type of effect, it is the probability of occurrence that increases with dose rather than the severity. For radiation protection purposes it is assumed that any dose above zero can increase the risk of radiation-induced cancer (i.e., that there is no threshold). Epidemiologic studies have found that the estimated lifetime risk of dying from cancer is greater by about 0.004% per mSv (0.04% per rem) of radiation dose to the whole body (NRC, 1990).

Radioactive sources can expose the body from outside (external doses, e.g., when a diagnostic x ray is taken), or from inside (internal doses, e.g., when radioactive materials are inhaled, ingested, or enter through wounds). Gamma and x-ray radiations (and, to a lesser extent, beta radiation) are the primary contributors to external doses. Alpha and beta radiations are much more important contributors to internal doses.

Control measures to reduce or limit exposure to radiation must consider the circumstances and environment of the exposure. In discussing the influence of scenario on radiation controls, we use the ICRP (1991a, 1993) nomenclature—''intervention'' and "practice." A practice is an intentional activity in which the practitioner is routinely at risk of radiation exposure (e.g., the duties of x-ray technicians in hospitals and nuclear power plant workers). An intervention, by contrast, is an action taken to reduce radiation exposure, often by responding to an accident (e.g., the actions of firefighters who responded to the Chernobyl accident). A practice is characterized by well-defined radiation sources and work procedures; an intervention, by great uncertainty in both.

The Army has previously published guidance for control of doses from routine occupational exposures to radiation and from those associated with nuclear war. The ACE Directive is an encouraging step in developing control measures for other situations. We realize that the Directive was meant for a specific mission (Bosnia) and that the Army recognizes its limitations. The improvements recommended by the committee should be viewed as constructive and in no way diminish the significant progress that the Army has made toward the control of the complete spectrum of radiation hazards on the battlefield and in nonwartime situations. While the ACE Directive is useful as a basis for establishing guidelines to protect soldiers from the adverse effects of radiation, the committee recommends that it be revised to assure completeness and clarity.
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[in Civilian control situations]

The first of these, the practice, is an intentional activity in which the practitioner is routinely at risk of exposure. Workers who are exposed to radiation during the course of their duties include, for example, x-ray technicians in hospitals, nuclear power plant workers, and researchers who use radioactive materials. The practices in which they engage include taking x rays of patients, running a nuclear reactor, or making measurements using radioactive sources. These occupationally exposed individuals are trained to appreciate the hazards of radiation, acknowledge those risks as a condition of employment, and follow safety precautions in order to minimize their exposure.
Any practice may have exposures that do not routinely occur (such as accidents). If these have not yet happened, they are called potential exposures. Both the probability of such events happening and the magnitude of expected radiation doses can be calculated in planning responses. These also should be considered in the introduction and management of new practices. If an accident actually happens, interventions are taken to reduce exposure.
An intervention is an action that one takes to reduce a radiation exposure (often to other individuals or groups) from specific radiation sources by (ICRP, 1993):
reducing or removing the existing sources,
improving the reliability of the existing sources,
modifying pathways,7 or
reducing the number of exposed individuals.
An example of an intervention would be the response of the firefighters who fought to control the fire in the Chernobyl nuclear reactor accident. Often an intervention is associated with an emergency action.

[end snip]


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Government offers dosimeters--not decontamination--for Fukushima evacuees
After failing to reach its radiation decontamination target, the government proposed that evacuees from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster return to their homes and take responsibility for their own safety.

The residents called for continued clean-up efforts, but government officials offered them dosimeters instead.

The proposal was made on June 23 in a meeting between central government officials and evacuees from the Miyakoji district of Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture.

Source: [link to ajw.asahi.com]
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And our glorious and hard-working Friends of Tepco
are starting with the Fundament
for the big Garbage burning Facility .

[link to photo.tepco.co.jp]
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And our glorious and hard-working Friends of Tepco
are starting with the Fundament
for the big Garbage burning Facility .

[link to photo.tepco.co.jp]
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i'm really hoping the 'friends' part is sarcasm.....


and BAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAH... all the stuff is 'simulated'...

so are their radiological releases.......
hentaidoom

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And our glorious and hard-working Friends of Tepco
are starting with the Fundament
for the big Garbage burning Facility .

[link to photo.tepco.co.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42465201


i'm really hoping the 'friends' part is sarcasm.....


and BAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAH... all the stuff is 'simulated'...

so are their radiological releases.......
:hentaidoom:
 Quoting: Citizenperth


You are a Simulation too, a unnecessary one.

The Plant is real and F'Shima is real too:
[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
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And our glorious and hard-working Friends of Tepco
are starting with the Fundament
for the big Garbage burning Facility .

[link to photo.tepco.co.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42465201


i'm really hoping the 'friends' part is sarcasm.....


and BAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAH... all the stuff is 'simulated'...

so are their radiological releases.......
hentaidoom
 Quoting: Citizenperth


You are a Simulation too, a unnecessary one.

The Plant is real and F'Shima is real too:
[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42465201


agreed, but the data is all a lie on both counts......

if they're your 'friends', i'd find new ones, the sooner the better.....

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@Cploerp,
i don't mind what you think because you are absolute clueless about F'Shima!
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@Cploerp,
i don't mind what you think because you are absolute clueless about F'Shima!
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show me your chronology, rather than rants on a page at me?....
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@Cploerp,
i don't mind what you think because you are absolute clueless about F'Shima!
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show me your chronology, rather than rants on a page at me?....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


you add nothing more then tepco vitriol, and BS

citz_fukufood

honestly, have somewhat of an opinion rather than just random attacks or running away... oh, wait.... you did.....

and you're not japanese so shut the fuck up

final note.. you're banned here.... so .. you know.. go away or some shit .. no-one believes you Atom-Tepco_boy......
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Cploerp,

People have Eyes and just need to watch this page to see the Reality!

Now go on and cry for help, you childish Dumba..
you have not even the Balls to fight like a Human
because you are a Wimp!
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Cploerp,

People have Eyes and just need to watch this page to see the Reality!

Now go on and cry for help, you childish Dumba..
you have not even the Balls to fight like a Human
because you are a Wimp!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42465201


i don't do anything... you're flagged here... idiotoso.....

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Cblubberploerp,

than don't play the Housemaid. Chuckle
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Cblubberploerp,

than don't play the Housemaid. Chuckle
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if you stopped offering to bend over with your shaved brown apple, in a school skirt, i wouldn't want to...


wait!?.. does that glow in the dark?????.....

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Cblubberploerp,

than don't play the Housemaid. Chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42465201


if you stopped offering to bend over with your shaved brown apple, in a school skirt, i wouldn't want to...


wait!?.. does that glow in the dark?????.....

ChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckle
 Quoting: Citizenperth


another do
byekitty
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Cblubberploerp,

than don't play the Housemaid. Chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42465201


if you stopped offering to bend over with your shaved brown apple, in a school skirt, i wouldn't want to...


wait!?.. does that glow in the dark?????.....

ChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckleChuckle
 Quoting: Citizenperth


another do
byekitty
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SEE YA TOMORROW TEPCO PAID APOLOGIST!!!!
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