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Japanese television showed a huge crack under the NPP "Tsuruga" - Fukushima tragedy could happen again in Japan (VIDEO)

 
Anonymous Coward
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Japanese television showed a huge crack under the NPP "Tsuruga" - Fukushima tragedy could happen again in Japan (VIDEO)
According to Associated Press, in the first time a Japanese television showed a huge crack under the nuclear power plant "Tsuruga", showing the press conference of the nuclear power plant operator- Japan Atomic Power Company and a frames of seismic cracks traces directly under the Nuclear Power plant (NPP) "Tsuruga", which located in the west of the island of Honshu in Japan (see the video at the bottom of this article). Press conference by the operating company NPP Japan Atomic Power Company held at yesterday, December 10, 2012, according to Japanese experts, in the area of the nuclear power plant "Tsuruga" likely intensify the movement of underground rock layers, which can lead to the destruction of the second power plant "Tsuruga" and repetition of the tragedy of FUKushima. According to the National Board for Control of nuclear power in Japan, about 100,000 years ago in the area of the location of NPP "Tsuruga" was a strong geological activity, so it is a big chance of powerful earthquakes in the region of location of NPP "Tsuruga", in close proximity to the plant "Tsuruga" is located the city of Tsuruga with a population of 67,000 people, and 100 kilometers off the east is located the city of Nagoya, the fourth most populated city in Japan, THE VIDEO: [link to hainanwel.com]
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Re: Japanese television showed a huge crack under the NPP "Tsuruga" - Fukushima tragedy could happen again in Japan (VIDEO)
I just came across something about green tea & radiation protection. I believe that you Russians use apples. (pectin)

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Re: Japanese television showed a huge crack under the NPP "Tsuruga" - Fukushima tragedy could happen again in Japan (VIDEO)
100 kilometers off the east of NPP "Tsuruga" is located the city of Nagoya, the fourth most populated city in Japan
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Re: Japanese television showed a huge crack under the NPP "Tsuruga" - Fukushima tragedy could happen again in Japan (VIDEO)
100 kilometers off the east of NPP "Tsuruga" is located the city of Nagoya, the fourth most populated city in Japan
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Was just creating a thread on this myself.. 5* OP

Here's an article on the survey..

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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Re: Japanese television showed a huge crack under the NPP "Tsuruga" - Fukushima tragedy could happen again in Japan (VIDEO)
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JAP is not too happy about it..



[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

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If the crush zone beneath the Tsuruga plant is determined to be active, its two reactors would theoretically have to be scrapped.

Japan Atomic Power Co., which runs the plant, said in a statement that the outcome was "totally unacceptable" and vowed to have a separate investigation conducted on the premises. If a different finding isn't reached, it will have no option but to scrap the reactors.


The focus of the discussion is a zone of crushed rock called D-1, which is believed to extend from the Urazoko fault toward the plant's No. 2 reactor.

The experts agreed that an extended portion of D-1 had likely moved as an active fault in the past, together with the movement of the Urazoko fault, Shimazaki said in wrapping up Monday's meeting.

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