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Ex-Fukushima Daiichi Reactor Operator: Fuel rods still active and alive

 
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Ex-Fukushima Daiichi Reactor Operator: Fuel rods still active and alive
A full year later.

Great. I'd like to thank General Electric for being huge douchebag contributors to the complete downfall of the planet. Thanks fuckers.


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try 700,000,000 years, and that's just the half life

Uranium 235

happy uranium jubilee!
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Well I'm certainly jubilant.
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Who would have thought that media silence alone wasn't going to solve everything grumpy2
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They are alive!!!!!!!!!!
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without the moderating, neutron absorbing control rods intact and in place, it will not be shut down, not in a thousand lifetimes
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This can't be happening!

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It is always good to see people wake up, even if it is a year later.

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putin
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shill
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Plausible deniability starting to get stretched a little thin?
propoganda
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bump
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go awaytomato
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They're gonna be alive a lot longer than you'll ever be around.
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Part 2 At 9:00 in

REPORTER: As an ex-TEPCO employee who handled the nuclear fuel rods and have worked at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, [Toshio] Kimura is most worried about the recriticality.

KIMURA: The fuel rods are still active and alive. Rather than putting more effort in cooling the fuel rods right now, a contingency plan, in case of a recriticality, must be considered. They should have prepared the plan before they started to work on cooling the fuel rods. I think it’s a matter of urgency.

REPORTER: Kimura thinks that there is still a risk of melted fuel rods to become active. Living far away from Fukushima, he still worries about the fuel rods in the reactors to this day

HOST #1: Here is the reporter Matsuda. Mr Matsuda, Mr Kimura is the actual person who operated the reactor, isn’t he? He gave me a startle when he said that the inside of the reactors are still alive.

REPORTER: It seems that they don’t know exactly what is happening inside the reactors.

Most of his concerns were, an importance of maintaining the non-recriticality state and observation of any recriticality signs.

Tepco explains that they are watching the signs of recriticalilty by observing the change of temperature and pressure levels.

In fact, Mr Kimura called the main office of TEPCO in October and he told them that they should measure, interference evaluation as a guideline, the neutron emission rate near the reactor core.

The govt is aiming to bring the reactor temperature down within this year (2011).

But Mr Kimura said that unless TEPCO measures the neutron emission rate, reassurance offered by the government is nothing but the word [...]

HOST #2: I got goosebumps from the warning he made about the danger of tsunami and nuclear power station. I think he had an extremely accurate foresight and predicted the danger of the accident. I am so shocked.

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smoke some weed because time is gonna be real short.
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Do anyone of you Supersmarts expected
that the Fuel Rods are inactivo, lol?

Do your Homework, disgusting Baka-Shills!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Gotta love this Japanese hippie- he is so cool.rockon
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I heard GE paid like zero taxes last year too.
Fuck Yea!
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HER PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION ARE NOT APPRECIATED.


GET OUT OF BED. IT WILL GO AWAY
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Do anyone of you Supersmarts expected
that the Fuel Rods are inactivo, lol?

Do your Homework, disgusting Baka-Shills!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


The point is we are FINALLY hearing a first hand account from a man who was onstite. It's called the truth??? lol

Do your homework, Mr. BreShill.
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Do anyone of you Supersmarts expected
that the Fuel Rods are inactivo, lol?

Do your Homework, disgusting Baka-Shills!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


The point is we are FINALLY hearing a first hand account from a man who was onstite. It's called the truth??? lol

Do your homework, Mr. BreShill.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14263456


But the first think you learn when you like/ are involved
in this Topic is that it need Years to cool down,
Heat is the result of Fusion/ Fission!

And this Guy claimed he worked for Tepco
ergo he is a "Coward" like the People who
still work in Daiichi, Baka-Shill,
be Radical or be a Pseudo like so many other,
there is nothing in between!
G.Y.!B.E.
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I work for a small (as in size of the reactor) nuclear reactor design company. We have people assigned to monitor everything going on in Japan with this disaster. That is their sole job.

The opinion is that Chernobyl was much worse, by many times.

By the way, the leads on the engineering team from GE that designed those Japanese reactors all resigned when they found out where the reactors were going to be positioned (in a tsunami zone and on a fault line) and would be relying on the cheap backup power via land lines to the plants.

So.... GE designed it, but Tempco decided, against GEs advice, to save a lot of money over safety.

Nuclear reactors are safe and the new designs with the passive safety measures built in guarantee no melt downs. That is not to say they can't suffer from "worse case sinarios", but the results would be minor compared to what is happening in Japan and certainly what happened in Chernobyl.

Coal burning gives off much more radiation each year than what has and is expected be be given off by the crippled Japanese reactors.

Chernoybl is just bad. Nothing compares to it.... hopefully nothing will.
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I work for a small (as in size of the reactor) nuclear reactor design company. We have people assigned to monitor everything going on in Japan with this disaster. That is their sole job.

The opinion is that Chernobyl was much worse, by many times.

By the way, the leads on the engineering team from GE that designed those Japanese reactors all resigned when they found out where the reactors were going to be positioned (in a tsunami zone and on a fault line) and would be relying on the cheap backup power via land lines to the plants.

So.... GE designed it, but Tempco decided, against GEs advice, to save a lot of money over safety.

Nuclear reactors are safe and the new designs with the passive safety measures built in guarantee no melt downs. That is not to say they can't suffer from "worse case sinarios", but the results would be minor compared to what is happening in Japan and certainly what happened in Chernobyl.

Coal burning gives off much more radiation each year than what has and is expected be be given off by the crippled Japanese reactors.

Chernoybl is just bad. Nothing compares to it.... hopefully nothing will.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11963746


Just YOU WAIT UNTIL REACTOR BUILDING #4 completely collapses, causing the fuel rods to be exposed immediately bursting into flames and then sending massive amount of radioactive poison up into the atmosphere.
Ask Arnie Gunderson what his biggest fear is about FUCK-US-ALL-SHema --
It is precisely this and the other two severely damaged reactors, #1 and #3.
THE SHIT HASN'T HIT THE FAN YET WITH FUCKASHEEMA , MY FRIENDS explosionexplosionexplosionnuke
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I work for a small (as in size of the reactor) nuclear reactor design company. We have people assigned to monitor everything going on in Japan with this disaster. That is their sole job.

The opinion is that Chernobyl was much worse, by many times.

By the way, the leads on the engineering team from GE that designed those Japanese reactors all resigned when they found out where the reactors were going to be positioned (in a tsunami zone and on a fault line) and would be relying on the cheap backup power via land lines to the plants.

So.... GE designed it, but Tempco decided, against GEs advice, to save a lot of money over safety.

Nuclear reactors are safe and the new designs with the passive safety measures built in guarantee no melt downs. That is not to say they can't suffer from "worse case sinarios", but the results would be minor compared to what is happening in Japan and certainly what happened in Chernobyl.

Coal burning gives off much more radiation each year than what has and is expected be be given off by the crippled Japanese reactors.

Chernoybl is just bad. Nothing compares to it.... hopefully nothing will.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11963746


Many scientists disagree with you studly. Look at the video of #3 blowing the fuck up...then shut up.
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Do anyone of you Supersmarts expected
that the Fuel Rods are inactivo, lol?

Do your Homework, disgusting Baka-Shills!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


The point is we are FINALLY hearing a first hand account from a man who was onstite. It's called the truth??? lol

Do your homework, Mr. BreShill.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14263456


But the first think you learn when you like/ are involved
in this Topic is that it need Years to cool down,
Heat is the result of Fusion/ Fission!

And this Guy claimed he worked for Tepco
ergo he is a "Coward" like the People who
still work in Daiichi, Baka-Shill,
be Radical or be a Pseudo like so many other,
there is nothing in between!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy

You're starting to spin out of control shill boy. The truth is going to come out..All of it.
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Who would have thought that media silence alone wasn't going to solve everything grumpy2
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But but but there is no plan B
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I heard GE paid like zero taxes last year too.
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Another reason they can take a long suck on my fuel rod.
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Re: Ex-Fukushima Daiichi Reactor Operator: Fuel rods still active and alive
I work for a small (as in size of the reactor) nuclear reactor design company. We have people assigned to monitor everything going on in Japan with this disaster. That is their sole job.

The opinion is that Chernobyl was much worse, by many times.

By the way, the leads on the engineering team from GE that designed those Japanese reactors all resigned when they found out where the reactors were going to be positioned (in a tsunami zone and on a fault line) and would be relying on the cheap backup power via land lines to the plants.

So.... GE designed it, but Tempco decided, against GEs advice, to save a lot of money over safety.

Nuclear reactors are safe and the new designs with the passive safety measures built in guarantee no melt downs. That is not to say they can't suffer from "worse case sinarios", but the results would be minor compared to what is happening in Japan and certainly what happened in Chernobyl.

Coal burning gives off much more radiation each year than what has and is expected be be given off by the crippled Japanese reactors.

Chernoybl is just bad. Nothing compares to it.... hopefully nothing will.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11963746


Many scientists disagree with you studly. Look at the video of #3 blowing the fuck up...then shut up.
 Quoting: Brainsdonthurtabit


Fuck. Exactly. 5 days into this, the nuclear scientists were claiming that this was way more of a shitshow than Chernobyl. Get your facts straight retard.

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