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Tuna sandwich..?
Probably better not.


The nuclear waste in that tuna roll
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This is the truth that the nuclear lobby doesn't want you to see..


Sick children and friends dead from cancer make vet think they got it wrong
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Fallout Over Nuclear Energy Debacle Underway

It’s not a bombshell. But it is the fallout from the retirement of two nuclear units dotting Southern California’s coastline. Southern California Edison has just filed a so-called Notice of Dispute on its former vendor, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
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The U.S. Nuclear Power Industry's Dim Future
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Forty Good Years and One Bad Day
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A. Gundersen
The other alternative is to prevent the radiation from going out. Well, the horse is already out of the barn on that. The radiation is pretty much thoroughly throughout not just the reactor containment but also the other buildings. But it’s still critical to seal all those penetrations that are leaking. You have to find the leaks and plug them. Now that’s exacerbated by the fact that this already a very high radiation zone. It’s not like you can send somebody in with a caulking gun to slap some caulking in these. The radiation levels are frequently near lethal and finding and stopping those leaks – there’s a priority to get the nuclear fuel out of those nuclear reactors. But it’s going to be extraordinarily difficult because of the high radiation levels. So the best solution for the amount of water that’s being built up – 400 tons a day – is to drop the water table and to prevent any further water from going in. Fairewinds has been approached by two American manufacturers with solutions to the problems at Daiichi and trying to get that technology implemented in the Daiichi cleanup. The Japanese have rejected both of these American manufacturers. And I’m sure there’s been others. But the fact of the matter is that the technology for the Zeolite trench is in use in America right now at the West Valley site and has a proven track record of being very, very effective. So we’re in a situation where an effective American technology is being prevented from being implemented in Japan by either the Japanese government or Tokyo Electric, and I really don’t know which.
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2,000 Fukushima Workers Face Higher Thyroid Cancer Risks
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Mitsubishi Heavy to fight nuclear plant negligence claim in California

LOS ANGELES — Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd will fight Southern California Edison’s allegations of gross negligence in the design and manufacture of steam tubes built for the San Onofre nuclear power plant, which has been permanently shut down due to excessive wear in the tubes.

Mitsubishi sent a reply to a contract dispute filing from Southern California Edison that said the company “grossly failed to appropriately model” conditions in the steam generators it designed and built, leading to the early retirement of the power plant.

Edison argues that Mitsubishi is liable for costs that could run into the millions or even billions of dollars.

In a statement, Mitsubishi called SCE’s contentions “factually incorrect, legally unsound and inappropriate.” The company said it will defend itself through a dispute resolution process.
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Only ca. 50% of the Japanese participated in this Election!

The People who voted for Abe believe/d that now is the time for a Step forward, since many Years It was impossible to create new Laws!
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Only ca. 50% of the Japanese participated in this Election!

The People who voted for Abe believe/d that now is the time for a Step forward, since many Years It was impossible to create new Laws!
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hello atom boy.. still late to the party?

free sushi and clean reactor water tonight?

we know your signature....

;)
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Only ca. 50% of the Japanese participated in this Election!

The People who voted for Abe believe/d that now is the time for a Step forward, since many Years It was impossible to create new Laws!
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hello atom boy.. still late to the party?

free sushi and clean reactor water tonight?

we know your signature....

;)
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Actually we eat Sashimi because it is made by mixed Fishes from
all around the Pacific, Sushi and Sashimi are the Way to go
because it is always only a few Gram from many different kinds,
it is nearly impossible to accumulate dangerous Mercury-Levels!
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Thread: 2,000 Fukushima workers with elevated cancer risk as their exposure exceeded 100 millisieverts!!! STEAM AGAIN SEEN AT FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NO. 3!!!
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Here's a juicy little admission..chuckle


Release of nuclear plant ‘effluents’ into lake described as part of normal cycle
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The May 5 release of about 80 gallons of slightly radioactive water from the Palisades nuclear power plant into Lake Michigan was unusual because it wasn’t planned.

But the incident brought into focus what many Southwest Michigan residents likely didn’t realize: The region’s two nuclear power plants (Palisades and the Donald C. Cook Plant in Lake Township) routinely discharge radioactive material into the air and into Lake Michigan.

In the nuclear industry, it’s called effluents.

The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission allows such releases, as long as they are closely monitored and do not exceed federal radiation release standards set in place by the NRC.

“Plants need to discharge small amounts of radioactive materials to operate,” said Jack Geissner, branch chief for the regional NRC office.


John Cassidy is a senior health physicist for the NRC regional office in Lisle, Ill. His job is to perform radiation inspections at the regional plants and study plants’ dosimetry records. Dosimeters measure absorbed doses of radiation.

Radiological releases are an inevitable part of the nuclear power industry, he said.

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Fukushima nuclear plant is likely to have leaked contaminated water into sea, Japanese utility TEPCO says

Shocking!

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Nuclear rip-off
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The concept of demanding that the users of electrical energy must pay for the construction costs of the nuclear plants is totally unfair but has been in effect in Florida for several years through Florida Statute 366.93. It has cost the rate-payers billions of dollars with absolutely nothing to show for it — and in the case of Progress Energy Florida, this money has gone directly into the pockets of the stockholders.
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Govt on nuke illness: Show us proof
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Thread: Breaking 2,000 Fukushima workers with elevated cancer risk as their exposure exceeded 100 millisieverts, TEPCO admits



@L0gg0l: 2,000 Fukushima workers with elevated cancer risk as their exposure exceeded 100 millisieverts, TEPCO admits [link to t.co]
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India now hopeful of nuclear pact with Japan

India is hopeful a nuclear pact can be signed now that Japan's ruling coalition has won a comfortable majority in Sunday's Upper House elections.

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its junior partner, New Komeito, jointly secured control of both parliamentary chambers by winning more than 63 seats.

Japan and India agreed in May to accelerate talks on a deal to allow Japan to export nuclear power technology.
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"May have leaked"?... it's constantly leaking into the ocean...

Contaminated water may have leaked in ocean

The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant acknowledged for the first time that highly-tainted underground water is seeping into the ocean.

Tokyo Electric Power Company has been studying highly radioactive underground water found in monitoring wells facing the Pacific Ocean since May.
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SuperSushi...

Fishermen shocked by TEPCO announcement

The head of the association of fisheries cooperatives in Fukushima Prefecture says he was shocked to hear from Tokyo Electric Power Company that tainted water has leaked into the sea from the Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Tetsu Nozaki told NHK on Monday that the explanation for the leak given by the plant operator is substantially different from briefings it has given in the past.
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'Mutant' vegetables wrongly attributed to Fukushima

TOKYO — “Attack of the mutant vegetables!! Are these our new tomato overlords?? Let’s all boycott the struggling Fukushima farmers for, oh, say 100 years or so.”

Actually, despite the attention they’re receiving and hits they’re no doubt generating online, the photo at left and others like it don’t seem to originate from Fukushima at all.

The scary veggie pics went viral on the Internet. This is the kind of story that keeps showing up again in different incarnations. It’s just too good a story — I mean, who doesn’t want to see freakish vegetables? People love freakish vegetable pics. 

So, where and when were these photos taken? I tracked down this tomato to find out.
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Emperor, empress visit Fukushima's radiation-hit areas

Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko visited Fukushima Prefecture on Monday and met people still suffering from the aftermath of the nuclear accident triggered by the devastating earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

During their third visit to the prefecture since the disaster, the imperial couple first visited a precision machinery parts factory in the village of Iitate, where a government evacuation advisory is still in effect at night due to the crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
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IAEA experts visit Fukushima

Fifteen experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency arrived in Fukushima Prefecture on Monday to cooperate with the prefecture in decontaminating areas exposed to radiation from the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Under an agreement the prefecture signed with the U.N. agency last December, the experts will inspect through Friday the effects of radiation on wildlife and the management of radioactive materials arising from decontamination.
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BERWICK, Pa., July 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Operators reconnected the Unit 1 reactor at PPL's Susquehanna nuclear power plant to the regional electric grid Sunday (7/21), after repairing one of four valves that control the amount of steam going into the turbine.

Unit 2 is operating at full power.

The Susquehanna plant, located in Luzerne County about seven miles north of Berwick, is owned jointly by PPL Susquehanna LLC and Allegheny Electric Cooperative Inc. and is operated by PPL Susquehanna.
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A huge market... BIG money...

Surveillance and Monitoring of Explosive, Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Hazards

NEW YORK, July 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

[link to www.reportlinker.com]

Highlights

The global market for ECBN hazard monitoring, decontamination and personal protective equipment was valued at $148.3 billion in 2012 and is expected to increase to $193.7 billion in 2014 and then to $387.9 billion in 2019, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.9% over the five-year period from 2014 to 2019. ECBN hazard monitoring equipments were valued at $128.5 billion in 2012, are expected to increase to $168.4 billion in 2014 and then to $340.2 billion in 2019, a CAGR of 15.1% between 2014 and 2019. Decontamination equipments were $10.1 billion in 2012 and are expected to reach $24.5 billion in 2019 from $12.9 billion in 2014, an expected CAGR of 13.7% over the same five-year period from 2014 to 2019.
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I don't know what to think about this one... hoax?... propaganda?... BS?... really scary sh!t if it's true...

"Reportedly, these special weapons are about the size of a tennis ball (which can easily be hand-picked). Officials familiar with the development said that Pakistan’s Strategic
Forces Command made it clear it has not signed any treaty preventing it from taking an aggressive reaction (in defence, when provoked or attacked by a hostile enemy). It was said that if any mistake was made to initiate force aggression against Pakistan, then these ball-sized nuclear weapons will also be distributed across the Muslim world’s
armed forces.
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"May have leaked"?... it's constantly leaking into the ocean...

Contaminated water may have leaked in ocean

The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant acknowledged for the first time that highly-tainted underground water is seeping into the ocean.

Tokyo Electric Power Company has been studying highly radioactive underground water found in monitoring wells facing the Pacific Ocean since May.
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Yes, in Tepco speak "may" means "surely".
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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On 7/23/2013, two major quakes hit Fukushima nuclear plant. Tepco hasn’t announced any abnormality in the plant.

At 12:02 JST 23 Jul 2013 M5.2, at 13:47 JST 23 Jul 2013 M3.2 hit the coastal area of Fukushima, where Fukushima nuclear plant is situated.

Both of the quakes have “Hama-dori” in Fukushima, the depth of epicenter was 10km (Shallow).

Meteorological bureau commented these earthquakes pose no tsunami risk.

M5.2 and M3.2 hit Fukushima nuclear plant | Fukushima Diary
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At 12:02 JST 23 Jul 2013 M5.2, at 13:47 JST 23 Jul 2013 M3.2 hit the coastal area of Fukushima, where Fukushima nuclear plant is situated.
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Citizen Perth "On 7/23/2013, two major quakes hit Fukushima nuclear plant. Tepco hasn’t announced any abnormality in the plant.", of course, how can truly fucked get any more abnormal?
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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

D'UN RENARD TODAY'S JULY 23rd 2013 TOP STORIES
Tuesday, 23 July 2013

JAPAN-AUSTRALIE-NORTH AMERICA-SOUTH AMERICA-FRANCE-EUROPE-RUSSIA&EASTERN--AFRICA-MIDDLE EAST-INDIA-CHINA-OTHERS

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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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Suga: TEPCO must stop leak quickly

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga says the government will instruct the operator of Fukushima Daiichi to do a quick and secure job in preventing further leaks of radiation-tainted groundwater into the sea.

Tokyo Electric Power Company admitted for the first time on Monday that tainted water is seeping into the sea from the plant site, based on its analysis of water levels underground and in the adjacent sea.
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Experts estimate decontamination costs at $50 bil.

Experts estimate that cleaning up radioactivity in Fukushima Prefecture would cost 50 billion dollars, more than 4 times the amount that has been earmarked.

Experts from the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology studied the cost of decontamination for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident.

They estimate that decontamination in no-entry zones will cost up to 20 billion dollars, and in other areas, 31 billion dollars.
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