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Message Subject *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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As for the steel megafloat, which is berthed at a quay near the plant, about 8,000 tons of low-level radioactive water will be transferred over the next three or four months. The government's nuclear safety agency said TEPCO has not yet decided what to do with the water after it is transferred, but it will not be directly dumped into the sea.

From previous article.

Now why would they say that? 'Will not be dumped DIRECTLY into the sea'? Aside from being immoral, unethical and highly illegal, why do they feel a need to stress this? It doesn't need to be said at all... unless it is a psychological slip originating from pre-emptive propaganda strategy.

They say they are out of storage space. The mega-barge will hold 10,000 tons. They are generating 500 tons of waste water a day cooling the reactors and SFPs.. Their waste treatment plan is failing and even if they can get it going they can only process 1200 tons a day max. So far the best they ahve done is 400 tons in a day. And then they had to shut down because of leaks. They are going to transfer 8,000 tons to mega-barge but it's going to take 3 or 4 months?

Could it mean it will be in-directly leaked into the ocean via an un-known (wink, wink) hole in a vessel unsuitable for storing radio-active waste water? On a trip from japan to ? to do ? with the waste water.

And just who is going to keep Tepco honest on this one? Is anybody monitoring their actions? Besides themselves and their buddies, that is.
 Quoting: Waterbug

I firmly believe it will be dumped in the sea. Followed by yet another appology. "We had no choice" we will study it later...blah blah blah. Same shit as April.
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