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All β nuclide level increased to be 4,300,000 Bq/m3 at 6m from the sea, “1.4 times much as 3 days ago”
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Fukushima Plant Operator Intends to Restart Reactors Elsewhere

TOKYO — The operator of the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said Tuesday that it would ask regulators to allow it to restart two reactors at a separate site in eastern Japan, even as problems with the company’s cleanup in Fukushima continue to multiply.
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swede i upgraded you, check yu in box ;)
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Thank you very much CP but how do I do that? I'm not a registered user...
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i paid for it shhh.. check your inbox? junk folder?
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Thanks again CP but what inbox and junk folder?... as I told you I'm not a registered user at GLP...
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Never heard of it until today... comments?...

Nuclear Waste Adventure Trail

Weldon Spring, Missouri

The largest explosives factory in America once stood on land just south of Weldon Spring, Missouri. Ten years later, the same property was occupied by a plant that refined uranium for Cold War nuclear bombs. The site was abandoned in the late 1960s. Twenty years later, when the EPA showed up, what they found was a big, filthy mess.

What do you do with 1.48 million cubic yards of PCBs, mercury, asbestos, TNT, radioactive uranium and radium, and contaminated sludge and rubble? Rather than haul it west into a desert, the Weldon Spring management team hit upon a novel solution: they would entomb it right where it was, inside a man-made mini-mountain.

Today, you can climb it as a tourist attraction.
[link to www.roadsideamerica.com]
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N.Korea remains positive about nuclear talks

A North Korean diplomat is heading for Russia in the hope of resuming the stalled six-party talks on the North's nuclear program.

First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan will fly to Moscow on Wednesday after a stop in Beijing.

Kim is due to meet senior officials of the Russian Foreign Ministry to ask for their assistance in restarting the six-party talks. These have been stalled for 4-and-a-half years.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Nuclear authority allows 2 reactors to stay online

Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority has approved the safety of the only 2 nuclear reactors currently operating in the country.

NRA officials say the Number 3 and 4 reactors at the Ohi nuclear power plant will remain online until their next regular maintenance check in September.

NRA members at a meeting on Wednesday approved a report stating the Ohi plant on the Sea of Japan coast poses no immediate threat to safety.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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New land survey for radiation storage sites

The environment ministry says it will conduct surveys of land in a town near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant in an effort to locate a suitable storage site for radioactive soil and debris.

Senior Vice Environment Minister Shinji Inoue notified the mayor of Naraha Town, Yukiei Matsumoto, of the plan on Wednesday.

The government will conduct surveys at 10 candidate sites in the town's Namikura district starting in the middle of July. Officials say they obtained permission from landowners.
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TEPCO: Corrosion may be responsible for leak

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant says chemical corrosion was likely to blame for a leak in a new filtering system.

Tokyo Electric Power Company workers found the leak last month in the welding of a tank. The vessel holds contaminated water and is part of a system designed to remove radioactive materials.
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It's not the "World's first floating wind turbine" but still a a move in the right direction...

World's first floating wind turbine arrives in Fukushima

FUKUASHIMA — Fukushima, site of the stricken Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and one of the areas hardest hit by the Tohoku earthquake of March 11, 2011, has now become home to the world’s first floating wind turbine power generators.

The turbine, to be used for generating power off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, was towed out of Tokyo Bay on June 28 to a deep-sea site where it arrived on July 1. The turbine and its platform are to form part of an experimental, floating power sub-station, according to TV Asahi.

The turbine, made by Hitachi Ltd and assembled in Chiba, is expected to produce 2 megawatts of electricity, enough to power around 600 homes.
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Wrongful death suit filed in wake of fatal accident at Arkansas Nuclear One

On Easter Sunday, March 31st, 2013, 24-year-old Wade Walters was working at the only nuclear power plant in Arkansas owned by Entergy, as operators were removing the Main Turbine Generator Stator.  The stator device, which weighs over 500 tons, fell and killed Wade, injured others, and caused a loss of off-site power.

This week, the family of Wade Walters filed a wrongful death lawsuit which states; “This is an action for wrongful death, ordinary negligence, negligent hiring, negligent training, negligent supervision, negligent retention, negligent hiring of an independent contractor, for declaratory judgment, and for punitive damages, stemming from multiple incidents of recklessness and negligence that lead to the collapse of an industrial crane on Easter Sunday, 2013, killing Wade Walters.”

The suit is filed against Bigge Group Inc, Biggie Power Constructors, Biggie Crane and Rigging Co., Siemens Energy Inc, DP Engineering Inc, Entergy Arkansas Inc, Entergy Operations Inc, and three unidentified individuals.
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PALO VERDE: NOTICE OF UNUSUAL EVENT DUE TO EXPLOSION IN A NON-SAFETY RELATED LOAD CENTER

The following event description is based on information currently available. If through subsequent reviews of this event additional information is identified that is pertinent to this event or alters the information being provided at this time a follow-up notification will be made via the ENS or under the reporting requirements of 10CFR50.73.

On 7/2/2013, at approximately 2027 MST, Palo Verde Unit 1 experienced a reactor power cutback from 100% rated thermal power due to explosion [in a non-safety related load center (1ENGNL02)]. The unit was at normal temperature and pressure prior to the cutback.

At 2035 [MST] PVNGS Unit 1 declared an Unusual Event due to the explosion EAL HU 2.2.

Unit 1 is stable at 61% rated thermal power. No ESF actuations occurred and none were required. The event did not result in any challenges to the fission product barrier or result in any releases of radioactive materials. There were no adverse safety consequences or implications as a result of this event. The event did not adversely affect the safe operation of the plant or health and safety of the public."

* * * UPDATE ON 7/3/13 AT 0229 EDT FROM JEONG LIM TO PETE SNYDER * * *

Palo Verde Unit 1 is stable at 58% rated thermal power and is implementing abnormal operating procedures for reactor power cutback due to loss of one Main Feedwater Pump and degraded electrical power due to loss of non-class 13.8kV load center 1ENGNL02. Load center 1ENGNL02 was damaged from an apparent electrical malfunction that originated within the load center. The 13.8kV supply breaker to load center 1ENGNL02 tripped to deenergize the load center. Palo Verde Fire Department personnel responded but determined that the load center was deenergized and no fire existed and no extinguishing agents were applied. No damage to other equipment in proximity to load center 1ENGNL02 was identified during a preliminary inspection of the area around the damaged load center.

The NRC Resident Inspector has been notified.
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Another Vogtle Reactor Deadline Passes: Taxpayer Advocates Warn Government Keeps Pushing Bad Deal That Wall Street Won’t Touch

Think Washington has learned its lesson after Solyndra? Think again. The nonpartisan budget watchdog group Taxpayers for Common Sense (TCS) pointed out that another deadline has passed for the U.S. government, Southern Company, and other entities involved in the controversial Vogtle nuclear reactor project to reach agreement on loan guarantee terms.



Even as the end of June deadline for reaching agreement on loan guarantee terms comes and goes, Washington continues to woo Southern and its utility partners – while nearly every major Wall Street rating firm has downgraded Southern and the related entities due to increased risks and financial uncertainties associated with the Vogtle project, which could cost taxpayers 15 times that of the Solyndra deal.
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More than likely a piece of reactor 3 debris. The MOX reactor.
Hell of a blast. Seven kilometers away. 4.3 miles.


Extremely radioactive piece of debris found in 7km from Fukushima nuclear plant “3.4 mSv/h”
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steam anyone?
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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5.0 Fukushima

Preliminary Earthquake Report
Notice! This is a computer-generated report - this event has not reviewed by a seismologist!
EDIS Number: EQ-20130703-337156-JPN
Magnitude: 5.0
Mercalli scale: 5
Date-Time [UTC]: Wednesday, 03th July 2013 at 03:06 PM
Local Date/Time: Wednesday, July 03, 2013 at 00:06 at night at epicenter
Coordinate: 37° 20.772, 141° 28.506
Depth: 12.40 km (7.71 miles)
Hypocentrum: Shallow depth
Class: Moderate
Region: Asia
Country: Japan
Location: 44.71 km (27.78 miles) - of Namie, Fukushima, Japan
Source: USGS
Generated Tsunami: Not or no data
Damage: Not or no data
The potential impact of the earthquake
Almost everyone feels movement. Sleeping people are awakened. Doors swing open or close. Dishes are broken. Pictures on the wall move. Small objects move or are turned over. Trees might shake. Liquids might spill out of open containers.

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Canadian long term (100) year storage facility?
[link to nuclear-news.net]
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From Kathy Iwane (translator)


Press Release for July 4th, 2013 LA Times Ad thanking former Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan & Others
by Cathy Iwane (Notes) on Thursday, July 4, 2013 at 5:13pm
Press Release for July 4th, 2013 LA Times Ad thanking former Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan, Dr. Gregory Jaczko, Arnie Gundersen and Peter Bradford for their participation in 6/4 "Fukushima: Ongoing lessons for California".


Californians Publicly Thank Japan’s Former Prime Minister Kan, and Others

Source: HYPERLINK " [link to www.samuellawrencefoundation.org"] www.samuellawrencefoundation.org
Dated: Jul. 04, 2013


A coalition of concerned citizens in Southern California publicly thanked former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan for sharing his experiences during the March 2011 Fukushima earthquake, tsunami and ongoing nuclear disaster.

The full page Los Angeles Times ad today reads “The Noblest Motive is the Public Good”, motto of the San Diego County seal, where on June 4th a public conference entitled “Fukushima: Ongoing Lessons for California” was held at the San Diego County Administrative Center with key leaders to share with local government officials and concerned citizens their firsthand experience of an unfolding nuclear disaster. Three days later on June 7th San Onofre’s owner-operator, Southern California Edison, announced the nuclear power plant’s permanent closure.

Conference organizer, Torgen Johnson, said, “The hallmark of Independence Day is saluting patriots who are not afraid to stand up for the safety of American people!”

Prime Minister Kan was joined at the conference by former U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chair, Dr. Gregory Jaczko, who led the Commission during the Fukushima nuclear meltdown, and who after more than seven years of public service was forced to step down (www,jaczkolegalfund.com). Also on the panel were globally respected nuclear industry executive, Arnie Gundersen, and former Commissioner of the U.S. NRC, Peter Bradford, both of whom were active during the 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear accident.

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and this:

Happy 4th of July! LA Times Ad thanking Naoto Kan & Others-7/4/13
by Cathy Iwane (Notes) on Thursday, July 4, 2013 at 5:34pm
THE NOBLEST
MOTIVE IS THE
PUBLIC GOOD. ( San Diego County Seal Motto )

Communities, elected officials, citizen groups, and
individuals across California extend a heartfelt THANK YOU
to Mr. Naoto Kan, former Prime Minister of Japan,
Dr. Gregory Jaczko, former Chairman of the U.S. Nuclear
Regulatory Commission, Arnie Gundersen, nuclear industry
executive, and Peter Bradford, former Commissioner on the
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, for their endless efforts
to discuss, inform, and protect the public’s health and safety.

On June 4, 2013 a conference entitled “Fukushima: Ongoing
Lessons for California” was held in the San Diego County
Administrative Center. Their independent voices shared
considerable wisdom and experience about the risks of
nuclear power, and the need for regulatory agency reform.
These individuals have our deepest gratitude for prioritizing
health and safety.

On June 7 San Onofre nuclear reactor units were shut down,
permanently.

Thousands of men, women, and children are still victims of
the ongoing Fukushima tragedy living in radioactive hot
zones, and there is growing awareness and support within
the U.S. public.

On this July 4th Independence Day, we thank these individuals
who served to protect millions of Californians.


Coalition of concerned citizens of Southern California

Paid for by The Samuel Lawrence Foundation (501 C3)

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Nuclear authority allows 2 reactors to stay online

Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority has approved the safety of the only 2 nuclear reactors currently operating in the country.

NRA officials say the Number 3 and 4 reactors at the Ohi nuclear power plant will remain online until their next regular maintenance check in September.

NRA members at a meeting on Wednesday approved a report stating the Ohi plant on the Sea of Japan coast poses no immediate threat to safety.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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“I expect the operator will continue improving the safety of the plant towards meeting the new standards,” said the nuclear authority’s head Shunichi Tanaka.

The body will also continue examining if there are any active tectonic faults underneath the plant.

The stricter new standards are part of a government effort to convince a sceptical populace that they are taking safety issues seriously in post-Fukushima Japan.

Leading figures in a vocal anti-atomic movement say the nuclear industry had too cozy a relationship with its regulators in the decades leading up to the tsunami-sparked disaster in March 2011.

The new watchdog has set stricter new standards that operators must show they can meet before they will be granted permission to re-start idle reactors. All but two of Japan’s 50—those at Oi—are offline.
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Japan PM vows to speed up reconstruction as he kicks off election campaign in Fukushima

TOKYO — Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed to speed up disaster reconstruction Thursday as he kicked off the campaign for parliamentary elections during a visit to Fukushima.

Abe’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its junior partner, the New Komeito, are expected to gain a majority of the 242 seats in the less powerful upper house in the July 21 election. That would give them control of both houses of parliament, making it easier to pass legislation.

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Japan PM vows to speed up reconstruction as he kicks off election campaign in Fukushima

TOKYO — Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed to speed up disaster reconstruction Thursday as he kicked off the campaign for parliamentary elections during a visit to Fukushima.

Abe’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its junior partner, the New Komeito, are expected to gain a majority of the 242 seats in the less powerful upper house in the July 21 election. That would give them control of both houses of parliament, making it easier to pass legislation.

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well that's screwed right there... they're the only political party to support restarting the death-tech......
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Komeito sticks to nuclear-free goal

Jiji Press
New Komeito remained committed Thursday to its goal of reducing the country’s reliance on nuclear power to zero, in a set of policy pledges for the upcoming House of Councillors election.

In its newly announced policy goals, the party said it will not allow new nuclear power plant construction and will aim to achieve zero nuclear energy as soon as possible.

The attitude on nuclear energy is in line with Komeito’s campaign pledge for December’s election for the House of Representatives.

The new policy goals, announced by Komeito leader Natsuo Yamaguchi at a press conference, will be included in the party’s campaign platform for the upper house election expected to be held on July 21.

The announcement brought into focus the difference of positions on energy policy between Komeito and its coalition partner, the Liberal Democratic Party.

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@ Sweden, Hej Da

a few Weeks ago you asked about the discrepancy in the
Number of Fuel Rods in the Number 4. Sfp,
i see that our glorious Tepco People removed two Assemblies
in the July of 2012:
In July 2012 two unused fuel assemblies were removed from unit 4 pond, and were found to be in good shape, with no deformation or corrosion. Tepco plans to start removal of all fuel from the pond in December 2013.

Source is:
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@ Sweden, Hej Da

a few Weeks ago you asked about the discrepancy in the
Number of Fuel Rods in the Number 4. Sfp,
i see that our glorious Tepco People removed two Assemblies
in the July of 2012:
In July 2012 two unused fuel assemblies were removed from unit 4 pond, and were found to be in good shape, with no deformation or corrosion. Tepco plans to start removal of all fuel from the pond in December 2013.

Source is:
[link to world-nuclear.org]
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our glorious Tepco People
GTF out TEPCO homeless boy.. WW2 is Way over for your neurotic flag waving chants... oh wait, you're an admitted refugee... carry on..... how's the TEPCO beef and rice?

you are refering to the fuck-tards that have screwed this all along right? sorry Atom - Boy, stay being banned... k.....


glorious.... tepcofishsmlkittfukucitz_tepcoshills

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Kruschov said "we will bury you", I do subscribe to his point of view.

Sorry homeless countryless Tepco boy..... you are discreditiing yourself daily.. please continue, as I will continue to stamp your rubbish as yours.....


The Working Class of the Tepco People are glorious Heroes
and Atom-Boy can't change it
because he is so small, smaller than a Peanuts!

Here is my Mother ltanaltanaltana

angel4


fixed it for you.... you so have forgotten your banned on site, right? right?

3_cowssmall happyshillyjpwhatmeltthroughreta

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Kruschov said "we will bury you", I do subscribe to his point of view.

Sorry homeless countryless Tepco boy..... you are discreditiing yourself daily.. please continue, as I will continue to stamp your rubbish as yours.....


The Working Class of the Tepco People are paid homeless people.
and Atom-Boy can't change it
because he is so small, smaller than a Peanuts!

Here is my Mother ltanaltanaltana

angel4


fixed it for you.... you so have forgotten your banned on site, right? right?

3_cowssmall happyshillyjpwhatmeltthroughreta

:citzplumbers:citz_tepcoshillscitz_ts1citz_atomicwarcitz_fucktard1

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- Albert Einstein
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07/04/2013 07:34 AM

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Fukushima international project video
[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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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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We are here about your blocked sphincter....laugh
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We are here about your blocked sphincter....laugh
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well!.. he asked me for some new ones.... GRIN.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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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07/04/2013 09:15 AM

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A little ditty I wrote for the holiday.






whistle

To the tune of Star Spangled Banner...


Oh say GLP
Who's ST from BG
Is it Me Tel U now
Or some creep from D-C

Who is tracking me now?
There's a bug on my cow
How the hell can I sleep
When the shit runs so de-ep

And Barack has it all
From the big to the small
All the peeps love him so
And the right is no mo-ah

Oh say did the lightworkers
Call for a meet-ing
In the Land of Moran
And the home of the sheep...
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