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Citizenperth
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this all makes sense..... AB's UNITE!
 Quoting: Citizenperth


It sounds more like Enenews and all this other shitty Blogs
are the controlled Channels which provide the Info they
want to deliver, a Shot into your own Knee, Jerk. Chuckle

Remember it, Mr. Wasintokyo. Rofl
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but of course, all of your links are the real deal right?

remember atom-boy-who-is-baned-tepoc-twat ;)....

citz_fukufoodcitz_sccitz_fucktard1citz_fuku_sloganhentaidoomwhatmeltthroughshillyjpshl
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Again you show your true Face, a Faschist who is unable to fight with Arguments Chuckle

You have the Intellect of a Beer-Can, you Alcoholic Troll!
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this all makes sense..... AB's UNITE!
 Quoting: Citizenperth


It sounds more like Enenews and all this other shitty Blogs
are the controlled Channels which provide the Info they
want to deliver, a Shot into your own Knee, Jerk. Chuckle

Remember it, Mr. Wasintokyo. Rofl
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42570124


but of course, all of your links are the real deal right?

remember atom-boy-who-is-baned-tepoc-twat ;)....

citz_fukufoodcitz_sccitz_fucktard1citz_fuku_sloganhentaidoomwhatmeltthroughshillyjpshl
 Quoting: Citizenperth


yeah.......

and Kruschov said "We will bury you"....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 07/01/2013 05:32 AM
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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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1954 film claims a well-kept house could survive a nuclear attack
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It was produced by the National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association (no surprise there) and sponsored by the National Clean Up-Paint Up-Fix Up Bureau with the cooperation of the Federal Civil Defense Administration. This film was selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
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1 of 4 reactor coolant pumps failed.



Davis-Besse still shut down after pump failed
[link to www.toledoblade.com]


“Our residents [inspectors] were there to make sure that everything runs smoothly, and there were no complications. At this point, what we are doing is just monitoring the plant’s troubleshooting actions to figure out what happened,” she said. “The plant is in a stable condition.”

The plant has shut down because of problems before, including a roughly two-month closure in 2011. While it was shut down for maintenance and to replace a reactor head, hairline cracks were discovered in the concrete shield building. FirstEnergy blames the cracking on weather during the Blizzard of 1978.

The Ottawa County plant started in 1977. Its license expires in 2017, and operators are seeking a 20-year license renewal.
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U.S. nuclear plant shuts down after malfunction — Residents reported loud noise Saturday — “Workers were trying to solve problem” — “State will be issuing press release”
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“Reality in Fukushima”: Actual conditions within crippled reactors remain unknown — Japan likely unable to cope if there’s another similar accident -Asahi
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“Reality in Fukushima”: Actual conditions within crippled reactors remain unknown — Japan likely unable to cope if there’s another similar accident -Asahi
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the sad thing is we are already beyond this point... i'm glad i'm old.......
today's article was indeed about how they will evacuate Tokyo in the future... as a given...

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 07/01/2013 11:47 AM
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“Reality in Fukushima”: Actual conditions within crippled reactors remain unknown — Japan likely unable to cope if there’s another similar accident -Asahi
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


the sad thing is we are already beyond this point... i'm glad i'm old.......
today's article was indeed about how they will evacuate Tokyo in the future... as a given...
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I don't know if they ever will.
The effects will be spread out amongst 30 million people.
More than enough separation for the disinfo campaign.
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“Reality in Fukushima”: Actual conditions within crippled reactors remain unknown — Japan likely unable to cope if there’s another similar accident -Asahi
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


the sad thing is we are already beyond this point... i'm glad i'm old.......
today's article was indeed about how they will evacuate Tokyo in the future... as a given...
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I don't know if they ever will.
The effects will be spread out amongst 30 million people.
More than enough separation for the disinfo campaign.
 Quoting: Waterbug


guess we're to old to give a fuck.......... very dad.. guess tepco boy can laugh into his rice............

what is fine here, is that the information is fairly mainstay, in it then becomes fact that they are becoming educated..

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 07/01/2013 12:04 PM
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- Albert Einstein
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KEPCO says fault under nuclear plant "not active"

The operator of Japan's only nuclear power plant that is currently online says a fault running beneath the facility is not active. However, expert opinions remain divided over the issue.

At the Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui Prefecture, south of the Number 3 reactor, Kansai Electric dug a trench 70 meters long and 40 meters deep.

The power company said on Monday that the fault found in the bottom of the trench has not moved in the last 120,000 to 130,000 years, and does not fit the definition of an active fault.

If the fault is determined to be active, operations of the Number 3 and Number 4 Reactors may be suspended.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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All underground water storage tanks at Fukushima plant emptied

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Monday that it has finished pumping out radioactive water from all seven underground tanks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant after finding some of the cisterns were leaky.

The last underground tank to be emptied had contained around 3,000 tons of water, which was relatively less contaminated because it consisted mainly of seawater that entered the Nos. 5 and 6 reactor buildings when the plant was engulfed by tsunami waves following the massive earthquake on March 11, 2011.

Highly radioactive water stored in other underground tanks had been transferred to more reliable containers above ground before TEPCO started handling the less contaminated water from June 11.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Last elderly evacuees settling in to new lives, want to keep it that way
KAZO, Saitama Prefecture--For more than 100 mostly elderly evacuees here, life at their shelter is anything but comfy. And yet, they are loathe to return to their "ideal" lives.

Instead, they want to spend what time is left to them in the company of their new-found friends.

In a nutshell, the sole remaining evacuation center set up after the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster has become a "second home" for many of the occupants.

The evacuees here are from the town of Futaba, which lies within a stone's throw of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture.

In the aftermath of the nuclear disaster, some 2,000 temporary shelters were set up across Japan.

But all except one, in Kazo, Saitama Prefecture, have been closed as temporary housing was developed.

Even after the town office moved back to Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, on June 17, 109 evacuees from Futaba are still living in a building of a former prefectural high school in Kazo.

Hideko Hayashi, 81, rises at 5 a.m. daily in a lecture room on the second floor of the school gym.

Her "home" is a 17-square-meter space. A thin partition of corrugated cardboard standing 1 meter high separates her from her neighbor. Hayashi created a simple chest of drawers and a shoe box using cardboard.

More: [link to ajw.asahi.com]





And now think we had evacuated the whole of Tokyo!

The World cant work without Tokyo
and Humans cant live without a place called Home!
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KEPCO says fault under nuclear plant "not active"

The operator of Japan's only nuclear power plant that is currently online says a fault running beneath the facility is not active. However, expert opinions remain divided over the issue.

At the Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui Prefecture, south of the Number 3 reactor, Kansai Electric dug a trench 70 meters long and 40 meters deep.

The power company said on Monday that the fault found in the bottom of the trench has not moved in the last 120,000 to 130,000 years, and does not fit the definition of an active fault.

If the fault is determined to be active, operations of the Number 3 and Number 4 Reactors may be suspended.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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All underground water storage tanks at Fukushima plant emptied

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Monday that it has finished pumping out radioactive water from all seven underground tanks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant after finding some of the cisterns were leaky.

The last underground tank to be emptied had contained around 3,000 tons of water, which was relatively less contaminated because it consisted mainly of seawater that entered the Nos. 5 and 6 reactor buildings when the plant was engulfed by tsunami waves following the massive earthquake on March 11, 2011.

Highly radioactive water stored in other underground tanks had been transferred to more reliable containers above ground before TEPCO started handling the less contaminated water from June 11.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38176253


Last elderly evacuees settling in to new lives, want to keep it that way
KAZO, Saitama Prefecture--For more than 100 mostly elderly evacuees here, life at their shelter is anything but comfy. And yet, they are loathe to return to their "ideal" lives.

Instead, they want to spend what time is left to them in the company of their new-found friends.

In a nutshell, the sole remaining evacuation center set up after the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster has become a "second home" for many of the occupants.

The evacuees here are from the town of Futaba, which lies within a stone's throw of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture.

In the aftermath of the nuclear disaster, some 2,000 temporary shelters were set up across Japan.

But all except one, in Kazo, Saitama Prefecture, have been closed as temporary housing was developed.

Even after the town office moved back to Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, on June 17, 109 evacuees from Futaba are still living in a building of a former prefectural high school in Kazo.

Hideko Hayashi, 81, rises at 5 a.m. daily in a lecture room on the second floor of the school gym.

Her "home" is a 17-square-meter space. A thin partition of corrugated cardboard standing 1 meter high separates her from her neighbor. Hayashi created a simple chest of drawers and a shoe box using cardboard.

More: [link to ajw.asahi.com]





And now think we had evacuated the whole of Tokyo!

The World cant work without Tokyo
and Humans cant live without a place called Home!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42570124


1. Of course it's not!
2. OF course they have!
3. Of course they are!

hf
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@Cblubberploerb:

another do
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this all makes sense..... AB's UNITE!

but of course, all of your links are the real deal right?

remember atom-boy-who-is-baned-tepoc-twat ;)....

citz_fukufoodcitz_sccitz_fucktard1citz_fuku_sloganhentaidoomwhatmeltthroughshillyjpshl


Last Edited by Citizenperth on 07/02/2013 12:30 AM
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My Fukushima Site:
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
“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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Cblubberblubberploerb,

your Pictures are already well known to all of us
and there is no need that you use them 3, 4 or Five Times
on a single Page!

Maybe you collect a few new ones or is this tooooo much for your
small and undeveloped Brain Chuckle
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this all makes sense..... AB's UNITE!

Kruschov said "we will bury you"

but of course, all of your links are the real deal right?

remember atom-boy-who-is-baned-tepoc-twat ;)....

citz_fukufoodcitz_sccitz_fucktard1citz_fuku_sloganhentaidoomwhatmeltthroughshillyjpshl

nah, everyone knows i just dump them on any of your useless posts... ;) then they know not to bother reading your shit.. it stinks both ways no?

you want more anti-tepco stuff.. i got heaps.. thanks for the heads up....

your ones are a moniker now ;)
tepcofishsmlfingermanretakittfuku

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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
“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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Full Fuku vs Chernobyl video (last one lost 2/3)'s sry....


It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
“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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@ Mr. Wasintokyoandknowitall,
i don't mind this Pics,
we are mental and spiritual very educated to see what we want to see, only.

So i see them but i don't mind, Shoganai.

I learned very early that we need to show indulgence when we work with
the "Challenged and Retarded" People like you!
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this all makes sense..... AB's UNITE!

Kruschov said "we will bury you"

but of course, all of your links are the real deal right?

remember atom-boy-who-is-baned-tepoc-twat ;)....

citz_fukufoodcitz_sccitz_fucktard1citz_fuku_sloganhentaidoomwhatmeltthroughshillyjpshl

nah, everyone knows i just dump them on any of your useless posts... ;) then they know not to bother reading your shit.. it stinks both ways no?

you want more anti-tepco stuff.. i got heaps.. thanks for the heads up....

your ones are a moniker now ;)
tepcofishsmlfingermanretakittfuku
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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.”
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Increased incidence of dog-bite injuries after the Fukushima nuclear accident
OBJECTIVE: To assess the localized incidence of dog bites following the nuclear accident related to the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011. METHODS: We identified the patients with dog bites in our hospital in Minamisoma City, Fukushima, during the period from 1 year prior to the earthquake to 3.5 months following it, and calculated the monthly and weekly incidence proportions by dividing the patient number by the total emergency room visits. We also analyzed the data by the characteristics of the patients. RESULTS: We identified 27 dog-bite cases during the post-disaster period. The median monthly incidence proportion during the pre-disaster period and the highest monthly incidence proportion during the post-disaster period were 0.21 and 6.50 per 100 visits, respectively. The weekly incidence proportion peaked at 3 weeks after the earthquake and thereafter decreased to the baseline level. CONCLUSION: The Fukushima nuclear accident may be associated with an increased incidence of dog bites, and the prolonged evacuation in response to the radiation contamination may have prolonged the increased incidence after the disaster. Physicians and local residents should recognize this potential hazard. Countermeasures to contend with this risk should be a mandatory aspect of disaster preparedness, including for nuclear accidents.

Read it:
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Increased incidence of dog-bite injuries after the Fukushima nuclear accident
OBJECTIVE: To assess the localized incidence of dog bites following the nuclear accident related to the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011. METHODS: We identified the patients with dog bites in our hospital in Minamisoma City, Fukushima, during the period from 1 year prior to the earthquake to 3.5 months following it, and calculated the monthly and weekly incidence proportions by dividing the patient number by the total emergency room visits. We also analyzed the data by the characteristics of the patients. RESULTS: We identified 27 dog-bite cases during the post-disaster period. The median monthly incidence proportion during the pre-disaster period and the highest monthly incidence proportion during the post-disaster period were 0.21 and 6.50 per 100 visits, respectively. The weekly incidence proportion peaked at 3 weeks after the earthquake and thereafter decreased to the baseline level. CONCLUSION: The Fukushima nuclear accident may be associated with an increased incidence of dog bites, and the prolonged evacuation in response to the radiation contamination may have prolonged the increased incidence after the disaster. Physicians and local residents should recognize this potential hazard. Countermeasures to contend with this risk should be a mandatory aspect of disaster preparedness, including for nuclear accidents.

Read it:
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fupic

fuck off atom boy... you're banned.... inane.. on drugs... depressed.. and non-japanese homeless person... that lives on the scraps from tepco.... dishonourable small pieced shameful person. Like Incidence of abandoned dogs and their bites are your concern? fucking spineless runaway immigrant.

oot made me swear... you can't use your real nic because you're banned are you not?

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Fukushima operator wants to restart reactors
Tokyo Electric Power Co is readying an application for the re-firing of two of the seven units at Kashiwazaki-Kariwa in Niigata prefecture in the north of Japan.

The entire power station has been shuttered since around 12 months after the tsunami-sparked meltdowns at Fukushima in March 2011.

"We decided at a board meeting to apply for the safety assessment for Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant's reactors No. 6 and No. 7 as early as possible," company president Naomi Hirose told reporters.

The two reactors have a power generation capacity of 1.36 million kilowatts each.

[link to www.timeslive.co.za]

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Mind your own Business,
u stupid son of a dancing Banana!

ltana ltana ltana
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Utilities lack funds to decommission reactors; consumers may foot the bill
Under lax oversight by the industry ministry, electric power companies have failed to set aside enough money to decommission their nuclear reactors, creating a 170-billion-yen ($1.71-billion) shortfall that consumers may be forced to cover.

According to an investigation by The Asahi Shimbun, decommissioning funds fell short of the targets for 34 of the nation’s 50 nuclear reactors as of March based on the idea that reactors should be mothballed after 40 years in operation.

Source and more: [link to ajw.asahi.com]
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Following up this article..”“Iodine-131″ detected from various school lunch ingredients from North Kanto area” [URL]

Having the detection data widely reported, on 7/1/2013 Obihiro city board of education announced on their website to state Iodine-131 was mistakenly detected.

They stated probably because the ventilation of the analysis room was not properly operated, the radioactive noble gas Rn-222 was attached to the equipment and the descendant nuclide Pb-214 was mis-detected to be I-131 up to 17.32 Bq/kg, according to the analyzing equipment maker.

They have already changed all the I-131 readings of June to be “Not detected”. They plan to change the I-131 readings in the date of May soon as they finish analyzing as well.

Goofy Thum

TEPCO/STATE and ATOM-BOY analysis.. that kept everyone safe...........

now.. what to do with that damn dyeing populous.... thorn in the side of nuke industry really.. how embarrassment....

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The world is already forgetting Fukushima accident but Fukushima Diary is growing for some reason.
There are ups and downs but since the end of last year, the site has been read and talked about by more and more people for some reason.
I don’t know why but moderately speaking, this is absolutely a good thing and it cheers me up.
Now I’m in the most unstable situation in my life but can reach more people than ever.

Among zillions of the websites, only few websites update about Fukushima situation on the earth. This is very strange. but I don’t plan to charge. Anyone can read every article on Fukushima Diary.

I don’t think information can be priced. It’s copiable, and material cost is almost zero (Only labor costs).
Information is necessary for some people. It must be provided for free like air.
However some readers kindly admire my work and donate to keep me running. I think this is another achievement of Fukushima Diary and this should be the future of the world.

I don’t lock important articles from un-paying subscribers, I don’t send special mail letter for paying readers. They would just copy and spread. Censoring the entire web would cost much more than the profit.

If I write articles sensationally only to increase the web traffic, it would damage my credibility and I will have nothing to eat for dinner. This is how it incentives me.

NHK is going to charge us only if you have a PC. They say it’s because you could have seen NHK. They came to my apartment in Japan as well. They came several times. but I didn’t have a TV. Now if they come to my place, they would charge me because I have a PC.

They totally misunderstand the reality. If the potential audience don’t pay NHK, that’s because they don’t admire NHK’s work. If it can’t sustain the current scale of the company, just downsize yourself.
Just blame yourself not the audience.

This is the same for the government, corporations and banks.

Fukushima Diary is never going to take advantage of the readers. I know it’s becoming a public monument. No matter how old Fukushima accident becomes, it will be protected by my philosophy.

so fuck off atom boy... the world is growing a voice, you are losing your chess game.....

(gimme a week, my commentary book about you is about to be published ;)



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I don’t know why but moderately speaking, this is absolutely a good thing and it cheers me up.
Now I’m in the most unstable situation in my life but can reach more people than ever.

Among zillions of the websites, only few websites update about Fukushima situation on the earth. This is very strange. but I don’t plan to charge. Anyone can read every article on Fukushima Diary.

I don’t think information can be priced. It’s copiable, and material cost is almost zero (Only labor costs).
Information is necessary for some people. It must be provided for free like air.
However some readers kindly admire my work and donate to keep me running. I think this is another achievement of Fukushima Diary and this should be the future of the world.

I don’t lock important articles from un-paying subscribers, I don’t send special mail letter for paying readers. They would just copy and spread. Censoring the entire web would cost much more than the profit.

If I write articles sensationally only to increase the web traffic, it would damage my credibility and I will have nothing to eat for dinner. This is how it incentives me.

NHK is going to charge us only if you have a PC. They say it’s because you could have seen NHK. They came to my apartment in Japan as well. They came several times. but I didn’t have a TV. Now if they come to my place, they would charge me because I have a PC.

They totally misunderstand the reality. If the potential audience don’t pay NHK, that’s because they don’t admire NHK’s work. If it can’t sustain the current scale of the company, just downsize yourself.
Just blame yourself not the audience.

This is the same for the government, corporations and banks.

Fukushima Diary is never going to take advantage of the readers. I know it’s becoming a public monument. No matter how old Fukushima accident becomes, it will be protected by my philosophy.

so fuck of atom boy... the worl is growing a voice, you are losing your chess game.....

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Wonder if the other pumps have been checked..?



Davis-Besse to stay offline for a few weeks
Emergency shutdown of plant caused by a wiring problem
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Kevin Kamps, a radioactive-waste specialist for Beyond Nuclear, said the most recent incident is another worry.

“A lot of plants have problems, but often times it’s a single problem a plant will have ...,” he said. “But for Davis-Besse, they have just a whole long list of problems, and that’s what concerns us too —that those might line up one day in a very bad way.”

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