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Slow response to toxic water leak fuels distrust of TEPCO

Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s admission Monday that contaminated water containing radioactive substances has seeped from under the premises of its disaster-struck Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean came about a month after the problem surfaced.

The company's slow action, coupled with an apparent lack of coordination within the company in sharing crucial data about the case, is making local fishermen increasingly distrustful of the utility.

At a briefing for local fishermen in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture on Tuesday, the day after the revelation of the leak, participants expressed anger at the utility, with one calling for someone to take responsibility.
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Ex-supervisor at Indian Point nuclear plant charged with fabricating fuel tests 

An ex-supervisor at the Indian Point nuclear plant was arrested Tuesday on charges he fabricated fuel tests on backup generators to prevent the facility from being shut down.

Daniel Wilson, 57, the Westchester County plant’s chemistry manager from 2007 to 2012, was charged in Federal Court in White Plains with two counts of violating rules of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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The Hanford Sh!thole?... it's in Benton county... with Yakima county to the west and Franklin county to the east... what a coincidence...

Washington State Health Officials Stumped by High Rate of Birth Defects

A high rate of birth defects has confounded Washington health officials, who have been unable to identify a cause.

A report released Tuesday by the Washington State Department of Health said that, since 2010, the neighboring counties of Yakima, Benton and Franklin have an unusually high number pregnancies affected by the birth defect anencephaly, which results in a newborns' brains being severely underdeveloped.
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The Hanford Sh!thole?... it's in Benton county... with Yakima county to the west and Franklin county to the east... what a coincidence...

Washington State Health Officials Stumped by High Rate of Birth Defects

A high rate of birth defects has confounded Washington health officials, who have been unable to identify a cause.

A report released Tuesday by the Washington State Department of Health said that, since 2010, the neighboring counties of Yakima, Benton and Franklin have an unusually high number pregnancies affected by the birth defect anencephaly, which results in a newborns' brains being severely underdeveloped.
[link to abcnews.go.com]
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Are they truly stumped.. or under gag order..?
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The Hanford Sh!thole?... it's in Benton county... with Yakima county to the west and Franklin county to the east... what a coincidence...

Washington State Health Officials Stumped by High Rate of Birth Defects

A high rate of birth defects has confounded Washington health officials, who have been unable to identify a cause.

A report released Tuesday by the Washington State Department of Health said that, since 2010, the neighboring counties of Yakima, Benton and Franklin have an unusually high number pregnancies affected by the birth defect anencephaly, which results in a newborns' brains being severely underdeveloped.
[link to abcnews.go.com]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38176253


Are they truly stumped.. or under gag order..?
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waiting for Godzilla to surface?.. sigh*... they think we are stupid...
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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The Hanford Sh!thole?... it's in Benton county... with Yakima county to the west and Franklin county to the east... what a coincidence...

Washington State Health Officials Stumped by High Rate of Birth Defects

A high rate of birth defects has confounded Washington health officials, who have been unable to identify a cause.

A report released Tuesday by the Washington State Department of Health said that, since 2010, the neighboring counties of Yakima, Benton and Franklin have an unusually high number pregnancies affected by the birth defect anencephaly, which results in a newborns' brains being severely underdeveloped.
[link to abcnews.go.com]
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38176253


Are they truly stumped.. or under gag order..?
 Quoting: Waterbug

I don't know... either they are really stupid or under a gag order or it's as simple as it's impossible to to verify a connection to the Hanford Sh!thole even if it looks very suspicious... wait another 10 to 20 years and maybe we'll have the answer...
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sigh.. i would help but i an m under the fucken 'non-disclosure'. but i can say say you are both right....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Fukushima Unit 3 steaming again, third time in a week — Asahi: High radiation levels detected near where it was observed — Tepco does not know where it’s coming from (PHOTOS)

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High radiation levels found near area where steam spotted at Fukushima plant

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TEPCO gave a measurement of 562 millisieverts per hour.

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In the latest incident, TEPCO measured radiation levels in 24 other locations around the fifth floor of the reactor building. The maximum dose was 2,170 millisieverts per hour, while the minimum was 137 millisieverts per hour.

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Fukushima Unit 3 steaming again, third time in a week — Asahi: High radiation levels detected near where it was observed — Tepco does not know where it’s coming from (PHOTOS)

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High radiation levels found near area where steam spotted at Fukushima plant

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TEPCO gave a measurement of 562 millisieverts per hour.

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In the latest incident, TEPCO measured radiation levels in 24 other locations around the fifth floor of the reactor building. The maximum dose was 2,170 millisieverts per hour, while the minimum was 137 millisieverts per hour.

[link to ajw.asahi.com]
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OF COURSE THEY FUCKING DONT... THEY DON'T KNWO SHIT FROM CLAY THE LAZY MOTHER FUCKERS... KILL EVERYTHING IN THE MEANTIME.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Details released on burned INL researcher
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Considering the admission that radiological releases are commonplace and necessary at nuclear plants..
This could be interesting.





Nuclear plants, including Oyster Creek, to soon be studied for cancer rates
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TOMS RIVER An impending National Academy of Sciences study into cancer rates near nuclear plants may finally resolve activists’ contention that higher cancer rates are happening around older plants with environmental problems, a husband and wife activist team says.

“I think we have a window of opportunity with this NAS study,” said Cynthia Sauer, who with her husband Dr. Joseph Sauer pushed for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Agency to call for the study. The Sauers used to live near the troubled Dresden nuclear plant in Illinois and their daughter Sarah, now 19, was diagnosed at age 7 with a rare form of brain cancer.
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Creepy... it's like the movie The Fog...

More steam seen coming for Fukushima No. 3 reactor building

TOKYO — Workers at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan have reported steam inside a battered reactor building for the second time in less than a week, the operator said Tuesday.

Steam was seen around the fifth floor of the building housing the No. 3 reactor shortly after 9 a.m., Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said, adding workers were continuing with the operation to inject cooling water into the reactor and a pool storing nuclear fuel.

TEPCO said monitoring equipment showed no significant changes, including in the levels of toxic substances the broken reactor is releasing.
[link to www.japantoday.com]
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We used to refer to that as "fogium".
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Considering the admission that radiological releases are commonplace and necessary at nuclear plants..
This could be interesting.





Nuclear plants, including Oyster Creek, to soon be studied for cancer rates
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TOMS RIVER An impending National Academy of Sciences study into cancer rates near nuclear plants may finally resolve activists’ contention that higher cancer rates are happening around older plants with environmental problems, a husband and wife activist team says.

“I think we have a window of opportunity with this NAS study,” said Cynthia Sauer, who with her husband Dr. Joseph Sauer pushed for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Agency to call for the study. The Sauers used to live near the troubled Dresden nuclear plant in Illinois and their daughter Sarah, now 19, was diagnosed at age 7 with a rare form of brain cancer.
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hf
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It seems that we have a culture of substance and alcohol abuse, and now include criminality, running our nuke plants.
Peachy.


Indian Point supervisor arrested for deliberately falsifying critical safety records
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If they could ensure absolute integrity in the industry...yes.
I don't see it happening any time soon.





Jim Hansen Presses the Climate Case for Nuclear Energy
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How it happened...

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Nuclear power for the anti-nuclear set
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That story is ably told in a book published in 2011 by Richard Martin, titled “Super Fuel.” Martin details the long battle between the demanding and acerbic Admiral Hyman Rickover, who wanted nuclear engines based on known technology right now to propel his fleet of submarines, and the gentle visionary Alvin Weinberg, longtime director of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, who envisioned a nationwide fleet of thorium-powered electric plants, using molten fluoride salts as moderator and coolant.

Rickover, a savage bureaucratic infighter, got what he wanted, and in 1972 Weinberg was fired. The nuclear industry put its muscle behind the hugely expensive liquid metal fast breeder reactor. It in turn was shelved in 1984 after Congress spent $8 billion on the Clinch River Breeder without turning a shovelful of dirt.

As Martin puts it, “Light water reactors and their younger cousin, the liquid metal breeder, won out because of technological intransigence rooted in the military origins of the U.S. nuclear program.

From 1965 to 1969, however, Weinberg’s molten salt reactor experiment had operated successfully, in the later months with thorium-derived U-233 fuel. By 1973, with Weinberg gone, molten salt was rejected, and thorium was dead. Rickover’s uranium-based industrial empire was preserved. Any cheaper, safer and environment-friendly alternative was shelved.

Now, 40 years later, the liquid fluoride thorium reactor (LFTR) is again emerging as one of the six “Generation Four” nuclear power technologies now viewed as most promising alternatives to traditional light water reactors.
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Feelin' hot, hot, hot...
Wonder if that is the accurate measurement? Probably low.



High radiation levels found near area where steam spotted at Fukushima plant
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High levels of radiation were detected near an area where steam was spotted July 23 at the No. 3 reactor building of the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, Tokyo Electric Power Co., the plant operator, said.

TEPCO gave a measurement of 562 millisieverts per hour.

The Nuclear Regulation Authority, the government's nuclear industry watchdog, instructed TEPCO to investigate further because the dose level is high.

What appeared to be steam was spotted near an equipment storage pool on the fifth floor of the No. 3 reactor building around 9:05 a.m. There was a similar occurrence on the morning of July 18.
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Wow! Pretty freakin' blatant..


Institute revises radiation exposure chart without explanation
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A key institute that studies the effects of radiation has revised its chart of doses and related health risks without offering an explanation, triggering confusion and criticism as a result of the disparity among government figures circulating among the public.

The National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS) in Chiba posted the chart as a reference that listed exposure from natural radiation and that from radiation leaked by the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant and possible health risks on its website after the nuclear accident unfolded in March 2011.

In April 2012, the NIRS deleted a description saying that there were no increased cancer incidences with a radiation dose of 100 millisieverts or less.
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Sure..




Former Fukushima worker “They knew contamination flows to the sea from the very beginning”
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Gizmodo: Entirely possible leaking nuclear material from Fukushima is going to U.S. and Canada — Bloomberg: “Fish contamination concerns have spread beyond Japan”
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Test drilling starts for geothermal power

Test drilling has begun in northern Japan for the first time since the government eased restrictions on geothermal energy projects inside protected national parks.

Major oil wholesaler Idemitsu Kosan and others say work started at Kurikoma national park in Akita Prefecture on Thursday. The companies will drill some 1,700 meters deep to determine underground temperatures. A scaffold, about 30 meters high, has been set up at the site.
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Fishermen file protest against TEPCO over leaks

The head of a national federation of fisheries cooperatives has lodged a protest against the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant after revelations that contaminated groundwater has leaked into the sea.

Federation chief Hiroshi Kishi visited the headquarters of Tokyo Electric Power Company on Thursday.

Kishi handed a letter of protest to TEPCO president Naomi Hirose. He said the federation has repeatedly asked the utility to ensure that no radioactive water reaches the sea. He accused TEPCO of betraying fishermen's trust.
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Cooling device outage reported at Fukushima plant

TOKYO — The cooling system for an undamaged reactor at the Fukushima nuclear power plant temporarily stopped working Thursday, the plant’s operator said, as mysterious steam continued to rise from a broken unit.

While the outage only last two hours and there was no danger of a runaway nuclear reaction, the incident further underlined the precarious state of the plant more than two years after it was hit by a tsunami.

On Thursday morning machinery keeping Reactor 6 cool stopped as workers tested a back-up diesel generator, said operator Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO).

Meanwhile, steam that began appearing last week near the badly-wrecked Reactor 3 was still in evidence, the company said, admitting it was still no closer to identifying the reason for the vapor.

“Workers could still see the steam rising from the area as of 1 p.m.,” a TEPCO spokesman told AFP.
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Pennsylvania Department of Health to Offer Free Potassium Iodide Tablets on Aug. 8

HARRISBURG, Pa., July 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Department of Health will provide free potassium iodide tablets Thursday, Aug. 8, to Pennsylvanians who live, work or attend school within a 10-mile radius of one of the state's five nuclear power plants.

Potassium iodide, or KI, can help protect the thyroid gland against harmful radioactive iodine when taken as directed during radiological emergencies. Individuals should only take KI when told to do so by state health officials or the governor.

Each adult will receive four 65-milligram tablets. Children will be given smaller doses based on their age. Individuals can pick up KI tablets for other family members or those who are unable to pick them up on their own. Directions detailing when to take the tablets and how to store them will be provided with the KI.

Anyone can take the tablets as long as they are not allergic to KI. They are safe for pregnant women and those who are breastfeeding, people on thyroid medicine, children and infants. Individuals who are unsure if they should take KI should ask a healthcare provider.
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NRC Announces Hearing Opportunity on License Renewal Application for Byron and Braidwood Nuclear Plants in Illinois

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is announcing the opportunity to request an adjudicatory hearing on an application to renew the operating licenses of the Byron and Braidwood nuclear power plants in Illinois.

Exelon Generation Co. filed the application, dated May 29, seeking to renew the operating licenses for an additional 20 years of operation. The Braidwood Nuclear Station, located 20 miles southwest of Joliet, and the Byron Nuclear Station, located 17 miles southwest of Rockford, each have two pressurized-water reactors. The current operating licenses for Braidwood expire on Oct. 17, 2026, for Unit 1 and Dec. 18, 2027, for Unit 2. The licenses for Byron expire Oct. 31, 2024, for Unit 1 and Nov. 6, 2026, for Unit 2.
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NRC Orders Permanent Shutdown of Aerotest Research Reactor, Requires Decommissioning Plan Details

The NRC has directed the permanent closure of the Aerotest Radiography and Research Reactor in San Ramon, Calif., due to the unresolved foreign ownership of the reactor’s owner/operator, Aerotest. The facility has been voluntarily shut down since October 2010.

“The agency’s Order prohibits Aerotest from operating the reactor in the future,” said Roy Zimmerman, Director of the NRC’s Office of Enforcement. “The NRC has also given Aerotest 30 days to provide an updated plan for properly managing the reactor fuel and other licensed material until it can be permanently disposed of, and for decommissioning the facility.”
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Fukushima steps up children's thyroid recheck

Fukushima Prefecture has taken steps to facilitate the re-examination of children found with lumps in their thyroid glands following the 2011 nuclear crisis.

Only one hospital had been conducting the re-examination in the prefecture in northeastern Japan.

The prefectural government has added 2 more hospitals to carry out the examinations. One started work on Wednesday and examined 5 children. The other is to follow on Friday.

Prefectural officials took the step because only one-third of the children requiring re-examination have been able to undergo the procedure.

Fukushima is conducting regular checks of the thyroid glands of 360,000 people who were 18 or younger when the nuclear crisis began.
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zombies
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The Hanford Sh!thole?... it's in Benton county... with Yakima county to the west and Franklin county to the east... what a coincidence...

Washington State Health Officials Stumped by High Rate of Birth Defects

A high rate of birth defects has confounded Washington health officials, who have been unable to identify a cause.

A report released Tuesday by the Washington State Department of Health said that, since 2010, the neighboring counties of Yakima, Benton and Franklin have an unusually high number pregnancies affected by the birth defect anencephaly, which results in a newborns' brains being severely underdeveloped.
[link to abcnews.go.com]
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Are they truly stumped.. or under gag order..?
 Quoting: Waterbug


waiting for Godzilla to surface?.. sigh*... they think we are stupid...
 Quoting: Citizenperth


or, as the girl in "Godzilla 2000" said: "I'm not an imbecile".

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Thread: Incoming! Here comes tsunami debris! Canada and soon.....

Thread: At the Brink of Apocalyptic Terror: Fukushima Continues to Spew Its Darkness: (the title got me)

Thread: TEPCO, remove 1 place on English version from Japanese results: eg:4,500 ;Sv/h : becomes 450 Sv/h

Fukushima Day 714 - Inside LooK of Reactor 1 & 3 SPF + Radioactive MOX Bugs
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It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Thursday, 25 July 2013

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Too Big to Cover Up

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Published on Monday, July 22, 2013 by Common Dreams

Plant operator makes first public admission of severe radioactive leaks; meanwhile, Japan races towards more nuclear power

- Sarah Lazare, staff writer

Contaminated groundwater is leaking from Japan's Fukushima power plant into the ocean, the plant operator acknowledged Monday in the first public admission of the leak.

The nuclear giant also acknowledged that the number of workers exposed to dangerous radiation is ten times greater than previously claimed.

"We would like to offer our deep apology for causing grave worries for many people, especially for people in Fukushima,"

Masayuki Ono, Tokyo Electric Power Company's general manager, told a news conference in comments broadcast on public NHK television, Reuters reports.

TEPCO had refused for two years to acknowledge the environmental damage wrought by thew orst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.

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tooo big too cover up, but OK to hide from the masses....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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