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An irrefutable Rocky Rococco at your cervix event.

To their last breath denial. I want nwo monsters to directly experience the horror and pain they've inflicted on the world.
Their own children die while their comforts burn to ashes..powerful experiences of loss and grief. Let the pain reach them all the way..completely engulf them.
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I think Meskanen has had a bit too much to drink on his Easter holiday and is entertaining himself with his Fukushima bullshit again.
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You can't put out a nuclear blob with water. The water will make it hotter, more radioactive and spend it's fuel faster.

Also creates neutron bursts, adding large amounts of water.

Lead absorbed the free neutrons reducing further fission events.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
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You can't put out a nuclear blob with water. The water will make it hotter, more radioactive and spend it's fuel faster.

Also creates neutron bursts, adding large amounts of water.

Lead absorbed the free neutrons reducing further fission events.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
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No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.

Last Edited by --Voltaic-- on 04/01/2013 07:33 AM
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You can't put out a nuclear blob with water. The water will make it hotter, more radioactive and spend it's fuel faster.

Also creates neutron bursts, adding large amounts of water.

Lead absorbed the free neutrons reducing further fission events.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
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No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


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You can't put out a nuclear blob with water. The water will make it hotter, more radioactive and spend it's fuel faster.

Also creates neutron bursts, adding large amounts of water.

Lead absorbed the free neutrons reducing further fission events.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
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No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I don't disagree with what you are saying, but certainly coolant has been dumped on hot corium before without massive steam explosions and rapid physical expansion, TMI was melted, they cooled with water... Same as Ignalina. By what you are positing, the ECCS injection over corium would cause the volume to expand so much and rapidly that it would burst the containment vessel and this did not happen at TMI nor the BWRs that got away on nuclear submarines and the icebreaker Lenin (actual melt). It makes it worse to be sure, but it's not like trying to put out a fire with jet fuel.
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You can't put out a nuclear blob with water. The water will make it hotter, more radioactive and spend it's fuel faster.

Also creates neutron bursts, adding large amounts of water.

Lead absorbed the free neutrons reducing further fission events.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
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No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I don't disagree with what you are saying, but certainly coolant has been dumped on hot corium before without massive steam explosions and rapid physical expansion, TMI was melted, they cooled with water... Same as Ignalina. By what you are positing, the ECCS injection over corium would cause the volume to expand so much and rapidly that it would burst the containment vessel and this did not happen at TMI nor the BWRs that got away on nuclear submarines and the icebreaker Lenin (actual melt). It makes it worse to be sure, but it's not like trying to put out a fire with jet fuel.
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i cannot concure.. 'corium', is that wonderful word we use for the unknown conversion of properties that were not 'thought about'.... that being, 'corium' is an unstable and unknown element that should not be released into the environment without superflouse study....

if they had found an answer.. really?.. should that have been done in 1950 or 2011?......

was the 'race so important' to boil the water to make plutonium?...... really?

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 04/01/2013 07:55 AM
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But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I don't disagree with what you are saying, but certainly coolant has been dumped on hot corium before without massive steam explosions and rapid physical expansion, TMI was melted, they cooled with water... Same as Ignalina. By what you are positing, the ECCS injection over corium would cause the volume to expand so much and rapidly that it would burst the containment vessel and this did not happen at TMI nor the BWRs that got away on nuclear submarines and the icebreaker Lenin (actual melt). It makes it worse to be sure, but it's not like trying to put out a fire with jet fuel.
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


i cannot concure.. 'corium', is that wonderful word we use for the unknown conversion of properties that were not 'thought about'.... that being, 'corium' is an unstable and unknown element that should not be released into the environment without superflouse study....

if they had found an answer.. really?.. should that have been done in 1950 or 2011?......

was the 'race so important' to boil the water to make plutonium?...... really?
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But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I don't disagree with what you are saying, but certainly coolant has been dumped on hot corium before without massive steam explosions and rapid physical expansion, TMI was melted, they cooled with water... Same as Ignalina. By what you are positing, the ECCS injection over corium would cause the volume to expand so much and rapidly that it would burst the containment vessel and this did not happen at TMI nor the BWRs that got away on nuclear submarines and the icebreaker Lenin (actual melt). It makes it worse to be sure, but it's not like trying to put out a fire with jet fuel.
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


i cannot concure.. 'corium', is that wonderful word we use for the unknown conversion of properties that were not 'thought about'.... that being, 'corium' is an unstable and unknown element that should not be released into the environment without superflouse study....

if they had found an answer.. really?.. should that have been done in 1950 or 2011?......

was the 'race so important' to boil the water to make plutonium?...... really?
 Quoting: Citizenperth


While I agree that it is a toxic stew with unknown properties and behaviors, and furthermore I believe that nuclear power serves only the arms industry and depopulation agenda; I have cited several real world examples where by distilled water was used over the material without the catastrophic consequences offered above. If that was an absolute fact, the emergency core cooling system and reactor protection system controlling it would be like a cocked pistol hidden inside every core, the current practical examples do not support this.
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No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I don't disagree with what you are saying, but certainly coolant has been dumped on hot corium before without massive steam explosions and rapid physical expansion, TMI was melted, they cooled with water... Same as Ignalina. By what you are positing, the ECCS injection over corium would cause the volume to expand so much and rapidly that it would burst the containment vessel and this did not happen at TMI nor the BWRs that got away on nuclear submarines and the icebreaker Lenin (actual melt). It makes it worse to be sure, but it's not like trying to put out a fire with jet fuel.
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i cannot concure.. 'corium', is that wonderful word we use for the unknown conversion of properties that were not 'thought about'.... that being, 'corium' is an unstable and unknown element that should not be released into the environment without superflouse study....

if they had found an answer.. really?.. should that have been done in 1950 or 2011?......

was the 'race so important' to boil the water to make plutonium?...... really?
 Quoting: Citizenperth


While I agree that it is a toxic stew with unknown properties and behaviors, and furthermore I believe that nuclear power serves only the arms industry and depopulation agenda; I have cited several real world examples where by distilled water was used over the material without the catastrophic consequences offered above. If that was an absolute fact, the emergency core cooling system and reactor protection system controlling it would be like a cocked pistol hidden inside every core, the current practical examples do not support this.
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


corium is the result of the race war before the could store the waste.. period.... ask yourselves...
1. no where to put it
2. where do we put it


been going on for over half a decade....

CARBON 14..... where? where?


and then fukushima... buried pipes that are so irradiated will fail, and untouchable... this is what we are seeing now...

and not just there, all will fail....

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You can't put out a nuclear blob with water. The water will make it hotter, more radioactive and spend it's fuel faster.

Also creates neutron bursts, adding large amounts of water.

Lead absorbed the free neutrons reducing further fission events.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


But the fire brigade at Chernobyl did exactly that, so much so that the pool underneath had to be swam into by divers and it took a week to drain it all out. You know the story I can see from your posts. Also Akimov and Lelechenko also spent hours (literally melting their flesh off) pumping water into the then non existent core, still no major steam explosion.

Agreed it had no chance of putting it out and made thing much worse but unless there is a large contact of fuel with a large body of water, suddenly, it is possible that we would not see the catastrophic steam explosion that is usually forecast with a melt down. If this occurs deep underground and contact timeframe is slow enough, it may just boil and build up steam pressure that pushes out in all directions, finding the path of least resistance. Also the earth can act as in insulator not allowing the mass to exchange heat and increasing the sink rate.

The problem stems from the fact that there is no prior real world data for any of our conjecture.. Anything is possible IMO
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


No, water will make it worse. All it does is cool the core and bring atoms closer to each other, increasing the fission events from immediate release neutrons.

Keep in mind the balanced core uses both immediate and delayed release neutrons. Meaning the fission blob grows at the slow rate of delayed release neutrons.

But cool it and the thing flashes over violently. Expands as far as the fuel will allow and then trips over itself and contracts. This action rings until the sudden in flux of cooling material is resolved.


Lead absorbs neutrons well, which is ideal for nuclear suppression.




The more heat you pull from the reaction, the more violent the reaction becomes. It's a balance of nature in a run away situation.

As you pull more heat, more radiation is emitted all around. Making the situation even worse and possibly explosive.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


I don't disagree with what you are saying, but certainly coolant has been dumped on hot corium before without massive steam explosions and rapid physical expansion, TMI was melted, they cooled with water... Same as Ignalina. By what you are positing, the ECCS injection over corium would cause the volume to expand so much and rapidly that it would burst the containment vessel and this did not happen at TMI nor the BWRs that got away on nuclear submarines and the icebreaker Lenin (actual melt). It makes it worse to be sure, but it's not like trying to put out a fire with jet fuel.
 Quoting: EscapeVelocity


I never spoke of containment rupture. But then if the corium was still contained, then the ability to rapidly cool is not possible.

What I am expressing is a corium blob that hits a water table below it. The steam flash boils and strips the outer layer of corium pulling with it lots of heat. T

Such a process would remain until the corium fuel ran out or the water source ran dry. being next to ocean, there is enough water to expedite the fission process.

Some fuel that is refined to a higher level can explode if rapidly cooled.

The US Army had an incident once involving a micro-reactor, portable for battle field power.

The technician pulled the control rods out too far, only by an inch. The result was ALL the cooling water was instantly boiled over, the device exploded and one tech was pinned to the hanger ceiling with a huge chunk of steel like a rag doll.

The same thing happens if the corium meets water. Rapid flash steam explosion and a massive increase in radiation, heat, neutron bursts, etc.



Other wise you are thinking I meant introducing water into the corium that is contained.
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We should just pour some gas on that shit and let it burn off, end of PROBLEMO...
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Wow,

This is insane. While meanwhile my local news channel reports on a Local Pet detective finds Cat and Easter day parades... this sickens me deeply.

Is it still fact that Japan refuses help from outside aid? Or do you believe its so out of control that no nation dares "touch it with a ten foot pole" and risk taking part in sharing "blame"

The thought if that rolling toxic waist pouring out and swirling about for thousands of miles killing all in it's path is just wild. Worse than nightmares.

Why the f*ck isn't this issue being shown to the world on a daily basis! I just ate 2 Atlantic cod sandwiches for lunch today and I come read this sh*t. No wonder fish was on today's special :/

Thanks for your persistence on following this. I hope and pray for the best. I'll do my part to raise awareness and bet your arse I will be spamming my local News broadcasters FB and twitter pages.

Thanks again OP
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how can anyone ever eat anything out of the ocean EVER? This blows my mind. WE need to leave the ocean alone, and let the animals in it make a come-back, if they can, while FUKU KEEPS SPILLING POISON!
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"pulled the control rods out too far, only by an inch. The result was ALL the cooling water was instantly boiled over, the device exploded and one tech was pinned to the hanger ceiling with a huge chunk of steel like a rag doll."

Yep, seen it. That was a hell of a way to go...

It has been a real pleasure talking with you all about this, but now I must get some sleep.

Thanks again, night allrockon
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how can anyone ever eat anything out of the ocean EVER? This blows my mind. WE need to leave the ocean alone, and let the animals in it make a come-back, if they can, while FUKU KEEPS SPILLING POISON!
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yep, I love seafood as well, wont be touching anything from the sea in a hurry
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So... no reliable reports? Just going off w/o any credible information? GTFO, why is this bull pinned?

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EV...thanks for contributing to this thred, I have learned much from you.
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It's my pleasure, I find GLP one of the best places to link with very informed people, lots of nuts too.. But the scope of wisdom and knowledge (from esoteric, economic, historical, military, engineering to the very practical) all in one place is hard to find anywhere else!

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because you've just woken up in the basement and choked the web after playing-i-fuck-mi-3d............
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Thank you OP.
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Good morning, we are sensitive today, aren't we?
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Personally I dunno whats to deny. Water temps aside, have those cores been brought under control (the coriumed ones) or are they likely to be before they do some real damage, Estella?
 Quoting: Marxist



Pay close attention to the graph at the bottom of the page.
This isn't some extraordinary event that hasn't happened pre-Fuk.
Also look at my source. I would say their information is unbiased as opposed the OP's.

Yes, the cores could do real damage and it's a dangerous situation. Which is why we should be very carefully about crying wolf.


[link to www.surf-forecast.com]
 Quoting: Estella<3


<snip>
Cs-134 is also produced and dispersed, it has a 2-year half-life. Caesium is soluble and can be taken into the body, but does not concentrate in any particular organs, and has a biological half-life of about 70 days. In assessing the significance of atmospheric releases, the Cs-137 figure is multiplied by 40 and added to the I-131 number to give an "iodine-131 equivalent" figure.
<lie>

<snip>
A significant problem in tracking radioactive release was that 23 out of the 24 radiation monitoring stations on the plant site were disabled by the tsunami.
<end snip>

ok, but what now, your monitoring is down and/or lying....
(see my links previous)

<snip>
After the hydrogen explosion in unit 1 on 12 March, some radioactive caesium and iodine were detected in the vicinity of the plant, having been released via the venting. Further I-131 and Cs-137 and Cs-134 were apparently released during the following few days, particularly following the hydrogen explosion at unit 3 on 14th and in unit 4 on 15th. Considerable amounts of xenon-133 and iodine-131 were vented, but most of the caesium-137 (14 out of 15 PBq total) along with most of the Cs-134 apparently came from unit 2 on or after the 15th. Also ten times more iodine is attributed to unit 2 than unit 1, while unit 3 produced half as much as unit 1. However, there remains some uncertainty about the exact sources and timings of the radioactive releases
<end snip>

unkown releases?!!??!!?!? in this day and age??? loosers....

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* The Cs-137 figure is multiplied by 40 in arriving at an "iodine-131 equivalent" figure, due to its much longer half-life. Cs-134 is multiplied by 4.
<end snip>

break out your scientic calculator for that one

<snip>Radiation exposure in plant and beyond

To 31 December 2011, Tepco had checked the radiation exposure of 19,594 people who had worked on the site since 11 March, for many of these considering both external dose and internal doses (measured with whole-body counters). It reported that 167 workers had received doses over 100 mSv. Of these 135 had received 100 to 150 mSv, 23 150-200 mSv, three more 200-250 mSv, and six had received over 250 mSv (309 to 678 mSv) apparently due to inhaling iodine-131 fume early on. The latter included the two unit 3-4 control room operators in the first two days who had not been wearing breathing apparatus. There were up to 200 workers on site each day. Recovery workers are wearing personal monitors, with breathing apparatus and protective clothing which protect against alpha and beta radiation. So far over 3500 of some 3700 workers at the damaged Daiichi plant have received internal check-ups for radiation exposure, giving whole body count estimates. The level of 250 mSv was the allowable maximum short-term dose for Fukushima accident clean-up workers through to December 2011, 500 mSv is the international allowable short-term dose "for emergency workers taking life-saving actions". Since January 2012 the allowable maximum has reverted to 50 mSv/yr.
<end snip>

liars......

<snip>Remediation

Tepco published a 6- to 9-month plan on 17 April 2011 for dealing with the disabled Fukushima reactors, and updated this several times subsequently. Remediation is proceeding approximately as planned.

At the end of August 2011 Tepco announced its general plan for proceeding with removing fuel from the four units, initially from the spent fuel ponds and then from the actual reactors.

Storage ponds: First, debris will be removed from the upper parts of the reactor buildings using large cranes and heavy machinery. Covers will be built, and overhead cranes and fuel handling machines necessary to remove the spent fuel assemblies will be reinstalled. Casks to transfer the removed fuel to the central spent fuel facility will also be designed and manufactured using existing cask technology.

In July 2012 two unused fuel assemblies were removed from unit 4 pond, and were found to be in good shape, with no deformation or corrosion. Tepco plans to start removal of all fuel from the pond in December 2013.

Reactors: First it will be necessary to identify the locations of leaks from the primary containment vessels (PCVs) and reactor buildings using manual and remotely controlled dosimeters, cameras, etc., and indirectly analyse conditions inside the PCVs from the outside via measurements of gamma rays, echo soundings, etc. Any leakage points will be repaired and both reactor vessels (RPVs) and PCVs filled with water sufficient to achieve shielding. Then the vessel heads will be removed. The location of melted fuel and corium will then be established. In particular, the distribution of damaged fuel believed to have flowed out from the reactor pressure vessels (RPVs) into PCVs will be ascertained, and it will be sampled and analysed. After examination of the inside of the reactors, states of the damaged fuel rods and reactor core internals, sampling will be done and the damaged core material will be removed from the RPVs as well as from the PCVs. The whole process will be complex and slow, since safety remains paramount. In December Tepco estimated that the fuel would be removed from the reactors within 25 years - in line with US experience at Three Mile Island, though other estimates suggest ten years.

The four reactors will be completely demolished in 30-40 years - much the same time frame as for any nuclear plant.

Earlier, consortia led by both Hitachi-GE and Toshiba submitted proposals to Tepco for decommissioning units 1-4. This would generally involve removing the fuel and then sealing them for a further decade or two while the activation products in the steel of the reactor pressure vessels decay. They can then be demolished. As noted above, removal of the very degraded fuel will be a long process in units 1-3, but will draw on experience at Three Mile Island in USA. In January it was reported that an industry consortium (Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toshiba) would determine how to locate fuel debris inside units 1-3 and how to fill the pressure vessels with water.

Tepco has allocated ¥207 billion ($2.53 billion) in its accounts for decommissioning units 1 to 4. The government has allocated ¥1150 billion ($15 billion) for decontamination in the region, with the promise of more if needed.

A 12-member international expert team assembled by the IAEA at the request of the Japanese government reported in October on remediation strategies for contaminated land. The mission focused on the remediation of the affected areas outside of the 20 km restricted area. The team said that it agreed with the prioritization and the general strategy being implemented, but advised the government to focus on actual dose reduction. They should "avoid over-conservatism" which "could not effectively contribute to the reduction of exposure doses" to people. It warned the government against being preoccupied with "contamination concentrations rather than dose levels," since this "does not automatically lead to reduction of doses for the public." The team's report calls on the Japanese authorities to "maintain their focus on remediation activities that bring best results in reducing the doses to the public."

Return of evacuees

Preparing for this remains a high priority and the evacuation zone will be decontaminated where required and possible, so that evacuees (reportedly some 160,000) can return without undue delay. There are many cases of evacuation stress including transfer trauma among evacuees, and once the situation stabilised at the plant it appeared that these outweighed the radiological hazards of returning.

In December the government said that where annual radiation dose would be below 20 mSv/yr, the government would help residents return home as soon as possible and assist local municipalities with decontamination and repair of infrastructure. In areas where radiation levels are over 20 mSv/yr evacuees will be asked to continue living elsewhere for “a few years” until the government completes decontamination and recovery work. The government will consider purchasing land and houses from residents of these areas if the evacuees wish to sell them.

From April 2012 part of the 20-km radius area and the portion of Minami Soma city extending north from it, were re-categorised by the Environment Ministry: below 20 mSv/yr, evacuation called off; 20-50 mSv/yr "restrict residency", with entry for specific purposes and no protective equipment required and remediation action to be completed in March 2014; and over 50 mSv/yr "difficulty of return", with restricted entry and remediation deferred. These restricted areas, comprising about half of the 20-km radius evacuation zone, are not expected to drop below 20 mSv/yr before about March 2016. Such areas add to those devastated by the tsunami, where rebuilding is very uncertain.

In July 2012 this zoning was extended by METI to Iitate Village, an area 28-45 km northwest of the Daiichi plant and contiguous with the northern part of Minami Soma city. Most of Iitate’s residents can now return without protective gear or monitoring equipment but not stay overnight, since annual exposure on a continuous basis would be no more than 20 mSv in some parts and 20-50 mSv in others. However, one area of Iitate (about 10 sq km), and a part of Minami Soma joining it and extending into the 20-km radius, remain fully evacuated. In August the Naraha town area south of the plant was added to the minimally-restricted category, below 20 mSv if continually occupied. In December parts of Okuma-machi southwest of the plant and close to it were de-restricted on the same basis. Thus more than half of the original evacuated area (20 km radius plus Iitate and Minami Soma) is now accessible without protective gear or monitoring. The area of Namie town and also Katsurao village outside the 20 km radius remain uncategorised.
<end snip>

that's what you SHOULD be dealing with......

[link to www.world-nuclear.org]

taken from your own link

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you might want a face mask.. you know........ the paper ones that do bullshit.........
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How much has temp gone up . As too hard to read link . If its 5 degrees or more ,serious damage for all plants and critters in the effected zone . No more fish in that part of the world. Why do you think all the dolphins bugged out a month or so ago.
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Why do you think we are seeing enormous sea lion die offs, extreme ice shelf melting etc etc. Iodine 131? in ocean etc.

This thing has become a global killer, not just global disaster.

This has the potential to throw us into a renewd Ice Age...soon.
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