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Why am I seeing TWO different Nuclear Power plant Locations here??

 
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Why am I seeing TWO different Nuclear Power plant Locations here??
This image is from global digital. It states that is was taken on March 12,2011 after the Tsunami Struck the plant and did damage to the power and pumping stations, but before the four reactors had explosions in them. Notice the large smoke stack located behind the reactors, and the large group of buildings behind the reactors to the left.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

This is an image was taken today March 18th 2011. Put the two images together and see if you can notice anything different in the two pictures. Like These are two completely different locations. Multiple buildings are different and the Smoke Stack system is completely different.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

What gives. Anyone have any ideas???? WTF??? I mean really?? I don't look for conspiracy, but these are two different locations!!!!!
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What are they hiding here and why are there two different plants in the imagery provided???
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links dont work
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March 18 image

www dot digitalglobe.com/downloads/featured_images/japan_earthquakets​u_fukushima_daiichi_march18_2011_dg.jpg

March 12 image

www dot digitalglobe.com/downloads/featured_images/japan_earthquakets​u_fukushima_daini_march12_2011_dg.jpg
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Re: Why am I seeing TWO different Nuclear Power plant Locations here??
Because there were two plants involved.
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I don't know why the links didn't work, but I think you can figure it out from what I have given you above
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Because there were two plants involved.
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No this is listed as Fukishima on both images, and they are both near the ocean.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
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March 18 image

www dot digitalglobe.com/downloads/featured_images/japan_earthquakets​u_fukushima_daiichi_march18_2011_dg.jpg

March 12 image

www dot digitalglobe.com/downloads/featured_images/japan_earthquakets​u_fukushima_daini_march12_2011_dg.jpg
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Bolded above
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
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So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
 Quoting: NOT LOGGED IN 1215284


So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
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One plant is going to shit, and 11 miles away on the coast the other it totally fine?!
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
 Quoting: NOT LOGGED IN 1215284


So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
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One plant is going to shit, and 11 miles away on the coast the other it totally fine?!
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That's per wiki. I don't know the status on both plants. I think that is part of the problem. Only those in 'the know' really know.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
 Quoting: NOT LOGGED IN 1215284


So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


One plant is going to shit, and 11 miles away on the coast the other it totally fine?!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


That's per wiki. I don't know the status on both plants. I think that is part of the problem. Only those in 'the know' really know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1215284


Another switch a roo. Thank you for clear that up. But now at least I know there are two Identical plants in the same area and we are only being shown one.
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So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


One plant is going to shit, and 11 miles away on the coast the other it totally fine?!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


That's per wiki. I don't know the status on both plants. I think that is part of the problem. Only those in 'the know' really know.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1215284


Another switch a roo. Thank you for clear that up. But now at least I know there are two Identical plants in the same area and we are only being shown one.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


Either way the whole situation is fucked. I noticed other plants that were having problems dropped of the radar too as soon as this one started to blow it tops
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You're welcome. I guess this is one of those cases of we will know, when we know, much like everything else.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
 Quoting: NOT LOGGED IN 1215284


So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


One plant is going to shit, and 11 miles away on the coast the other it totally fine?!
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Nope - both plants are having fires and reactor problems. Dai-ichi has 3 reactors in trouble - #2, 3 and 4 and the other plant I believe it's only one reactor? or it's the one that was being used to store the spent rods that caught on fire? I kinds lost track of which is which a few days ago.

Also, IIRC - there are 3 other plants that were also affected and may be having issues or have the potential to. Have heard about them in days though.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ichi

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fukushima Dai-ni

Two plants

The names are also in your two links in the URL
 Quoting: NOT LOGGED IN 1215284


So what's going on at the other plant??? They both look heavily damaged
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


One plant is going to shit, and 11 miles away on the coast the other it totally fine?!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


Nope - both plants are having fires and reactor problems. Dai-ichi has 3 reactors in trouble - #2, 3 and 4 and the other plant I believe it's only one reactor? or it's the one that was being used to store the spent rods that caught on fire? I kinds lost track of which is which a few days ago.

Also, IIRC - there are 3 other plants that were also affected and may be having issues or have the potential to. Have heard about them in days though.
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Exactly keep the world focused on this one plant. Who knows what else is going on around there could be other melt downs as we speak and they are just covering it up.
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Re: Why am I seeing TWO different Nuclear Power plant Locations here??
This image is from global digital. It states that is was taken on March 12,2011 after the Tsunami Struck the plant and did damage to the power and pumping stations, but before the four reactors had explosions in them. Notice the large smoke stack located behind the reactors, and the large group of buildings behind the reactors to the left.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

This is an image was taken today March 18th 2011. Put the two images together and see if you can notice anything different in the two pictures. Like These are two completely different locations. Multiple buildings are different and the Smoke Stack system is completely different.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

What gives. Anyone have any ideas???? WTF??? I mean really?? I don't look for conspiracy, but these are two different locations!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


There have been serious problems at FOUR Japanese nuclear power plants locations not one. The picture difference you pointed out is likely because one picture is of Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station (FUK-I) which is located in Fukushima Prefecture in the northeatern region of the island of Honshu in Japanand the other picture is of Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station (FUK II) which is also located in Fukushima Prefecture but 7.1 miles north of FUK-I.

The four nuclear power plants that have been experiencing serious prblems since the earthquake and tsunami are: Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station (FUK-I), the plant getting the most press coverage, Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station (FUK II), Onagawa Nuclear Power Station which like thr previous two is also located in the northeastern region of the island of Honshu in Japan, and Tokai No. 2 Power Station, Japan's first nuclear power station that was built in 1962 and is also located in the northeastern region of the island of Honshu but in Ibaraki Prefecture.

The following provides an overview of the state of the situation as of March 17, 2011:

Regarding Fukushima I, the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station, per Japan's Nikkei news service, "The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) said Saturday afternoon the explosion at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant could only have been caused by a meltdown of the reactor core."

It is also likely that at least partial meltdown of the reactor core is occurring at FUK-I reactor 3.

[link to nuclearstreet.com]

After yesterday's explosion (and brief fire) at the FUK-I's reactor 4, it is possible that at least partial meltdown of the reactor core is also occurring at FUK-I reactor 4.

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

Thus, three nuclear reactors at FUK-I Nuclear Power Station are likely to be in the process of core meltdown (partial or full) at this time and FUK-I reactor 2 suffered a second explosion yesterday that likely ruptured a containment vessel.

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

Fukushima II, the Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station, is operated by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and has four nuclear reactors (1,2,3,& 4). FUK-II is located (7.1 miles north of FUK-I) in the town of Naraha and Tomioka in the Futaba District of Fukushima Prefecture in Japan.

Following the tsunami, according to Japanese government officials all four of FUK-II's reactors were successfully automatically shut down. However, cooling water pumps at reactors 1, 2, & 4 sustained damage caused by the tsunami on March 11th.

Here's a link to a TEPCO Press Release dated March 12th that discusses the status of the reactors at the FUK-II plant:

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

Accordingly, on March 13th an evacuation order (radius of 20 km) was issued because of possible radioactive contamination occurring involving reactors at the FUK-II Nuclear Power Station.

[link to www.rttnews.com]

The Onagawa Nuclear Power Station is operated by the Tohoku Electric Power Company (TEPC), it has three nuclear reactors (1, 2, & 3), and it is located in northeastern Japan.

On March 11th, a fire broke out at the Onagawa Nuclear Power Station's reactor number 4 and raged for two hours.

[link to www.iaea.org]

On March 13th, TEPC stated that the cooling systems at all three reactors at the Onagawa complex were automatically shut down after the earthquake and tsunami and they were functioning properly.

[link to www.cnbc.com]

However, on March 13th a state of emergency was declared at the Onagawa Nuclear Power Station by TEPC because radiation readings in areas surrounding the plant exceeded allowed limits.

[link to www.news.com.au]

The Tokai No. 2 Power Station (Japan's first, built in 1962) is operated by the Japan Atomic Power Company and it is also located in northeastern Japan in the Ibaraki Prefecture. Officials stated that its reactors were able to be automatically shut down after the earthquake and tsunami.

[link to www.iaea.org]

However, on March 13th, the Japanese Fire and Disaster Management Agency reported that a cooling system pump stopped functioning properly at the Tokai No. 2 Power Station.

[link to nuclearstreet.com]

Here's a link to a summary prepared by the IAEA dated today of what has transpired at each of the nuclear power stations in northeastern Honshu, Japan since March 11th.

[link to www.iaea.org]

Here is a list of all of Japan's 55 nuclear reactors:

[link to www.japannuclear.com]

Unfortunately, it appears that this list may come in handy in the near future.

There is also a very detailed preliminary timeline of what has occurred at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Station that has been compiled here:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Thank heavens someone is on this. I have been trying to spark some interest for days.
Here is what I have been sending starting March 13, 2011, 11:13 pm.

Fukushima Dai-Ichi Units 1, and 3 (MOX) have exploded, as widely reported.

From: (Website) Nuclear information and resource service-Fact sheet on Fukushima nuclear power plant:
Fukushima Daiichi, Unit 2, is reported to be without cooling capability at this
time.

Three reactors at the nearby Fukushima Daini site are reported to be without cooling
capability.

From BBC:
Onagawa
"Japanese authorities have informed the IAEA that the first or lowest state of emergency at the Onagawa nuclear power plant has been reported by Tohoku Electric Power Company," the International Atomic Energy Agency said "as a consequence of radioactivity readings exceeding allowed levels in the area surrounding the plant.”

Tokai
March 14, Kyodo. The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said a cooling system pump stopped operating at Tokai No. 2 Power Station, a nuclear power plant, in the village of Tokai, Ibaraki Prefecture.

What in hell is going on?
Today, the 18th, I found a small sentence that said Fukushima Dai-Ini is in cold shutdown.
OK, maybe so. Why did they get that plant in cold shutdown so quick while Dai-Ishi went ballistic?
IDK, but thanks a million.
I wonder if we will ever see a pic or hear a real report?
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Thank heavens someone is on this. I have been trying to spark some interest for days.
Here is what I have been sending starting March 13, 2011, 11:13 pm.

Fukushima Dai-Ichi Units 1, and 3 (MOX) have exploded, as widely reported.

From: (Website) Nuclear information and resource service-Fact sheet on Fukushima nuclear power plant:
Fukushima Daiichi, Unit 2, is reported to be without cooling capability at this
time.

Three reactors at the nearby Fukushima Daini site are reported to be without cooling
capability.

From BBC:
Onagawa
"Japanese authorities have informed the IAEA that the first or lowest state of emergency at the Onagawa nuclear power plant has been reported by Tohoku Electric Power Company," the International Atomic Energy Agency said "as a consequence of radioactivity readings exceeding allowed levels in the area surrounding the plant.”

Tokai
March 14, Kyodo. The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said a cooling system pump stopped operating at Tokai No. 2 Power Station, a nuclear power plant, in the village of Tokai, Ibaraki Prefecture.

What in hell is going on?
Today, the 18th, I found a small sentence that said Fukushima Dai-Ini is in cold shutdown.
OK, maybe so. Why did they get that plant in cold shutdown so quick while Dai-Ishi went ballistic?
IDK, but thanks a million.
I wonder if we will ever see a pic or hear a real report?
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I know we are not being told the whole truth nor are we having the true scope of the emergency covered properly so everyone understands how dire the situation actually is.

My personal opinion from the reports I have seen that have been published by one official source or another is that partial or total meltdown of the reactor cores at the following NINE Japanese nuclear reactors may have actually already happened or given the damage done to cooling pumps this will inevitably occur even if power can be restored.

The NINE nuclear reactors that have had a partial or total core meltdown or are on the road to partial or total core meltdown are:

Reactors 1, 2, 3, & 4 at Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station

Reactors 1, 2, & 4 at Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station

Reactor 4 at the Ongawa Nuclear Power Station

Reactor 2 at the Tokai Nuclear Power Station
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This image is from global digital. It states that is was taken on March 12,2011 after the Tsunami Struck the plant and did damage to the power and pumping stations, but before the four reactors had explosions in them. Notice the large smoke stack located behind the reactors, and the large group of buildings behind the reactors to the left.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

This is an image was taken today March 18th 2011. Put the two images together and see if you can notice anything different in the two pictures. Like These are two completely different locations. Multiple buildings are different and the Smoke Stack system is completely different.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

What gives. Anyone have any ideas???? WTF??? I mean really?? I don't look for conspiracy, but these are two different locations!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


There have been serious problems at FOUR Japanese nuclear power plants locations not one. The picture difference you pointed out is likely because one picture is of Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station (FUK-I) which is located in Fukushima Prefecture in the northeatern region of the island of Honshu in Japanand the other picture is of Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station (FUK II) which is also located in Fukushima Prefecture but 7.1 miles north of FUK-I.

The four nuclear power plants that have been experiencing serious prblems since the earthquake and tsunami are: Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station (FUK-I), the plant getting the most press coverage, Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station (FUK II), Onagawa Nuclear Power Station which like thr previous two is also located in the northeastern region of the island of Honshu in Japan, and Tokai No. 2 Power Station, Japan's first nuclear power station that was built in 1962 and is also located in the northeastern region of the island of Honshu but in Ibaraki Prefecture.

The following provides an overview of the state of the situation as of March 17, 2011:

Regarding Fukushima I, the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Station, per Japan's Nikkei news service, "The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) said Saturday afternoon the explosion at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant could only have been caused by a meltdown of the reactor core."

It is also likely that at least partial meltdown of the reactor core is occurring at FUK-I reactor 3.

[link to nuclearstreet.com]

After yesterday's explosion (and brief fire) at the FUK-I's reactor 4, it is possible that at least partial meltdown of the reactor core is also occurring at FUK-I reactor 4.

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

Thus, three nuclear reactors at FUK-I Nuclear Power Station are likely to be in the process of core meltdown (partial or full) at this time and FUK-I reactor 2 suffered a second explosion yesterday that likely ruptured a containment vessel.

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

Fukushima II, the Fukushima Dai-Ni Nuclear Power Station, is operated by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and has four nuclear reactors (1,2,3,& 4). FUK-II is located (7.1 miles north of FUK-I) in the town of Naraha and Tomioka in the Futaba District of Fukushima Prefecture in Japan.

Following the tsunami, according to Japanese government officials all four of FUK-II's reactors were successfully automatically shut down. However, cooling water pumps at reactors 1, 2, & 4 sustained damage caused by the tsunami on March 11th.

Here's a link to a TEPCO Press Release dated March 12th that discusses the status of the reactors at the FUK-II plant:

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

Accordingly, on March 13th an evacuation order (radius of 20 km) was issued because of possible radioactive contamination occurring involving reactors at the FUK-II Nuclear Power Station.

[link to www.rttnews.com]

The Onagawa Nuclear Power Station is operated by the Tohoku Electric Power Company (TEPC), it has three nuclear reactors (1, 2, & 3), and it is located in northeastern Japan.

On March 11th, a fire broke out at the Onagawa Nuclear Power Station's reactor number 4 and raged for two hours.

[link to www.iaea.org]

On March 13th, TEPC stated that the cooling systems at all three reactors at the Onagawa complex were automatically shut down after the earthquake and tsunami and they were functioning properly.

[link to www.cnbc.com]

However, on March 13th a state of emergency was declared at the Onagawa Nuclear Power Station by TEPC because radiation readings in areas surrounding the plant exceeded allowed limits.

[link to www.news.com.au]

The Tokai No. 2 Power Station (Japan's first, built in 1962) is operated by the Japan Atomic Power Company and it is also located in northeastern Japan in the Ibaraki Prefecture. Officials stated that its reactors were able to be automatically shut down after the earthquake and tsunami.

[link to www.iaea.org]

However, on March 13th, the Japanese Fire and Disaster Management Agency reported that a cooling system pump stopped functioning properly at the Tokai No. 2 Power Station.

[link to nuclearstreet.com]

Here's a link to a summary prepared by the IAEA dated today of what has transpired at each of the nuclear power stations in northeastern Honshu, Japan since March 11th.

[link to www.iaea.org]

Here is a list of all of Japan's 55 nuclear reactors:

[link to www.japannuclear.com]

Unfortunately, it appears that this list may come in handy in the near future.

There is also a very detailed preliminary timeline of what has occurred at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Station that has been compiled here:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Thank you for this list!!! VERY HELPFUL!!
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This image is from global digital. It states that is was taken on March 12,2011 after the Tsunami Struck the plant and did damage to the power and pumping stations, but before the four reactors had explosions in them. Notice the large smoke stack located behind the reactors, and the large group of buildings behind the reactors to the left.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]
This is an image was taken today March 18th 2011. Put the two images together and see if you can notice anything different in the two pictures. Like These are two completely different locations. Multiple buildings are different and the Smoke Stack system is completely different.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]
What gives. Anyone have any ideas???? WTF??? I mean really?? I don't look for conspiracy, but these are two different locations!!!!!
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there are several plants with issues, not just one.
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This image is from global digital. It states that is was taken on March 12,2011 after the Tsunami Struck the plant and did damage to the power and pumping stations, but before the four reactors had explosions in them. Notice the large smoke stack located behind the reactors, and the large group of buildings behind the reactors to the left.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

This is an image was taken today March 18th 2011. Put the two images together and see if you can notice anything different in the two pictures. Like These are two completely different locations. Multiple buildings are different and the Smoke Stack system is completely different.

[link to www.digitalglobe.com]

What gives. Anyone have any ideas???? WTF??? I mean really?? I don't look for conspiracy, but these are two different locations!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296389


there are several plants with issues, not just one.
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Someone in this world has to know something about these others!
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Just finished watching a documentary on Chernobyl, I learned a heck of a lot.
[link to video.google.co.uk]
Cover-up as they could not move all the people.
Firemen sent in one day, not to spray water but to assess the meltdown, a critical time.
crazy.
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OK, now people are noticing that there are other plants, will bump and wish you a good one.
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