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Atom-Boy

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03/10/2012 11:12 AM
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@op,

fuck off you tiny Gumi bug!

Check the Levels and open your blind Eyes,
as long as people like you spreading disinformation
as long i will continue to post my information!

I do not lie and i don't use crazy sources like you do!

You cant even read Japanese and never Research
what your source is posting, this is stupid
and dangerous for the People who don't know!

And now o yasumi!

Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 03/10/2012 11:23 AM
G.Y.!B.E.
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lmao

U mad, bro?
Frustrating that you can't manipulate me, ain't it?
Go away, little lap dog... or not.

Doesn't matter.
You've been hoisted on your own petard and every time you post you implicate yourself further.

You may have to get a different side job when
tepco finds out how stupid you really are.

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03/10/2012 01:22 PM
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I am vehemently opposed to this. Put the shit in the nukesters backyard, not mine.


Alexander thinks incentives might spur communities to accept nuclear waste
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Temperature of reactor 6 is unstable
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

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There shouldn't be any temperature fluctuations if the cooling systems are working properly. Could be damage to the moderators that we're not being told about. This has been going on for awhile, now. We'll find out sooner or later.

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520 μSv/h in Futabamachi Fukushima
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

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Hot stuff.

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03/10/2012 02:16 PM
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Fukushima citizen 90 mSv of thyroid exposure
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

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Highest : 87 mSv(Adult, remained in Namiemachi)
The second highest : 77 mSv(Adult, remained in Namiemachi for 2 weeks before evacuating to Fukushima city)
Highest reading of the child : 35 mSv

Japanese government conducted thyroid exposure measurement in Iwaki, Kawamata, Iidate late March.
The result was that the highest reading was 35 mSv, which turned out to be a lie from this measurement.

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Of course it was. Wouldn't expect otherwise, at this point.

It's a duck....

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03/10/2012 02:31 PM
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High radioiodine levels found in thyroids of Fukushima residents post-meltdown
[link to mdn.mainichi.jp]

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The highest exposure from radioiodine overall was 87 millisieverts, while the highest among children under 15 was 47 millisieverts.

The researchers' findings exceed data collected by the government in a similar survey in March 2011.
Among the total of 1,080 children the government surveyed in Iwaki and other Fukushima Prefecture municipalities at the time, the highest estimated doses stood at around 30 millisieverts.

"The central and prefectural governments should conduct follow-up surveys and take other measures to deal with potential health issues," Tokonami stated.

The Hirosaki University team will submit its findings to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, and brief the residents.



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Numbers don't match but this article and the diary post confirm that the .gov measurements were wrong or deliberately fudged.

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03/10/2012 02:52 PM
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Radiation fears prompt some to relocate from even Tokyo area
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A radiation monitor indicates 131.00 mSv per hour near the Unit 3 and 4 reactor buildings at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, northeastern Japan, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Kimimasa Mayama, Pool)

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snip is from the article photo

Photo taken from a fair distance.

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IAEA chief says nuclear power is safer than 1 year ago
[link to mdn.mainichi.jp]

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Fukushima citizen 90 mSv of thyroid exposure
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

[snip]

Highest : 87 mSv(Adult, remained in Namiemachi)
The second highest : 77 mSv(Adult, remained in Namiemachi for 2 weeks before evacuating to Fukushima city)
Highest reading of the child : 35 mSv

Japanese government conducted thyroid exposure measurement in Iwaki, Kawamata, Iidate late March.
The result was that the highest reading was 35 mSv, which turned out to be a lie from this measurement.

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Of course it was. Wouldn't expect otherwise, at this point.

It's a duck....

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And now please watch the max. allowed Dosage for a Nuclear Worker!

That this Kid is so high is sad but only one,
she need a good Treatment as well as medical Supervision!

Again bad Information from you,
my God- three cores melted down and "a few People"
are above a Level where the Cancer Risk increase ONE %,
we should be happy that not hundred of Thousand People are dead already!
G.Y.!B.E.
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IAEA to actively support decontamination in Japan
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says his organization will continue to actively support decontamination efforts in Japan.

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano made the comment in an interview with NHK in Vienna on Saturday, ahead of the first anniversary of the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant.

Amano said the accident served as a wake-up call and countries across the world share the view that they have to improve safety features at nuclear power plants.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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US nuclear regulator announces new safety measures
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ordered stricter safety measures for nuclear power plants.

The commission on Friday announced major safety changes based on lessons from the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

The orders require US nuclear plants to upgrade equipment to make it possible to deal with any loss of power. The plants must install instruments to monitor water levels in pools for spent fuel rods.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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03/10/2012 09:07 PM

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bug?.

i am doing an interview tonight with m.i, and would like a few thoughts as to questions, and to OR, and our friend in sweden, and others thoughts on qthe question table would be appreciated....

it's kind of a one off for the aniversery of the disaster....
 Quoting: citizenperth


1. I would question the testing of food and water sources. Do local people trust the test results and should more be done? Bioaccumulation is very real.

2. Clean up: How do the citizens outside the area really feel about storing contaminated waste? How much is released into the air during burning?

3. What type of precautions does the average parent take for the kids that play outside?

4. Do the locals believe the plant is in cold shutdown?
 Quoting: Southern OR


thanks for the thoughts OR and bug and others..... the interview was very insightful, went for a full 2 hours..... will have the edit out shortly......
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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"3/9/201 You are a piece of Shit and i wait for your Thread, Atom-Boy!"

nice one atom-boy

kiss my s226

and stop putting exclamation marks! after! every! sentence!.....

you've been called out.....

that is all.....

bugs gotcha, i gotcha, and people will see a duck as a duck....

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It's life as we know it, but only just.
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"3/9/201 You are a piece of Shit and i wait for your Thread, Atom-Boy!"

nice one atom-boy

kiss my s226

and stop putting exclamation marks! after! every! sentence!.....

you've been called out.....

that is all.....

bugs gotcha, i gotcha, and people will see a duck as a duck....
 Quoting: citizenperth


Fuk u, Fukuku, Fuck you!

Your Brain is smaller than a Pistachio!
G.Y.!B.E.
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thanks for the thoughts OR and bug and others..... the interview was very insightful, went for a full 2 hours..... will have the edit out shortly......
 Quoting: citizenperth


Good job, CP. Really looking forward to it.

Nice to be able to take out the trash, finally. The foul odor was starting to get to me... cheers

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03/11/2012 12:28 AM
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Core details of nuclear accident not known yet
One year after the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, core details relating to the accident are still not known, including from where a large amount of radioactive material was released.

Following the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, nuclear fuel melted at the No.1, 2, and 3 reactors of the plant. Many people were forced to evacuate because a large amount of radioactive material was released across a wide area. The nuclear accident seriously affected Japan's entire society and economy.
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Japan marks 1st anniversary of March 11 disaster
Sunday marks the first anniversary of the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck northeastern Japan.
However, local communities are still working hard to recover from the disaster. Many displaced people are having a hard time finding work and getting back on their feet.

As of Saturday, 15,854 people were officially killed in the disaster and 3,155 others remain missing.
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It has been a long year.

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hey bug? can you give me an email at [email protected]

i could use some help on the interview, as the vocals all intertwined on the recording media, and i hope someone (you).... GRIN, may be able to take the time to transcribe the important parts into text ?

or O.R or Sweden if you're interested in helping?

it was a laid back interview, however the important parts could use transcribing...

cheers

CP
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TEPCO chief vows to tackle nuclear accident
The president of Tokyo Electric Power Company has pledged to address the difficult situation created by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

Toshio Nishizawa visited the plant on Sunday, the first anniversary of the powerful earthquake and tsunami that triggered the nuclear accident.

Nishizawa and 200 employees observed a minute of silence at 2:46 PM, the exact time the earthquake struck northeastern Japan.

He apologized in a speech for causing serious trouble and worries for local governments and Fukushima residents as well as people across Japan.
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Memorial ceremonies held near nuclear plant
Memorial ceremonies for tsunami victims have been held in Okuma Town, which hosts the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and remains a no-entry zone.

Fourteen people came by bus to attend the ceremonies on Sunday, which took place at 2 locations near the nuclear power plant.

The participants wearing protective suits offered a silent prayer and flowers to the spirits of the deceased.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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LESSONS NOT LEARNED BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT
[link to www.utsandiego.com]

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The NRC has yet to implement any of its vaunted post-Fukushima safety standards, and Jaczko is reduced to dissenting that his four colleagues (including three Obama appointees) are acting rashly in their hellbent rush to license new plants and extend the operating permits for old ones.

The recent radiation leak at San Onofre Unit 3, and the alarming discovery that 871 of some 9,700 tubes in one of Unit 2’s 2-year-old steam generators are already degraded by 10 percent or more, ominously recall the steam tube problems that originally caused the premature retirement of Unit 1 in 1992 and prompted the $671 million installation of replacement steam generators in Unit 2 and Unit 3 in 2009 and 2010.

The Post also interviewed retired NRC engineer and researcher Joram Hopenfeld, who said the company will have to determine why the tubing is degrading so quickly “before they do anything else. I’ve never heard of anything like that over so short a period of time,” Hopenfeld said, “The safety implications could be very, very severe.”

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TEPCO chief vows to tackle nuclear accident


The president of Tokyo Electric Power Company has pledged to address the difficult situation created by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

Toshio Nishizawa visited the plant on Sunday, the first anniversary of the powerful earthquake and tsunami that triggered the nuclear accident.

Nishizawa and 200 employees observed a minute of silence at 2:46 PM, the exact time the earthquake struck northeastern Japan.

He apologized in a speech for causing serious trouble and worries for local governments and Fukushima residents as well as people across Japan.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Nice of him to do that.... after a year of spewing poison into my air.

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It's been a year and still no good plan for clean up. I'm amazed that the duct tape and bailing wire has held this thing together, and operation superglue has been the most successful of them all. I guess by the one year anniversary I was hoping to see the best minds in the scientific, engineering, and environmental fields say "We have a plan", or at the least "Hey ~ let's try _____". Still no idea where the fuel is located, tonnes of contaminated water being "temporarily" stored, and no one wants to accept or has a plan for debris.
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TEPCO pays nearly 450 bil. yen in compensation
The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says the company has paid nearly 450 billion yen, or about 5.4 billion dollars, to people affected by the nuclear crisis.

Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, said on Sunday that compensation paid by March 9th reached 445.5 billion yen.

But only about 40 percent of individuals who are entitled to apply for compensation have completed the procedures.
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Protestors say "No" to nuclear power plants
Around 30,000 protestors came together in France on Sunday to form a human chain to call for an end to nuclear energy.

One year after the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, people linked arms for some 230 kilometers along a major road in southeastern France, where many nuclear facilities are located.

Demonstrators from France, Germany and Switzerland also rallied at 10 sites as part of the anti-nuclear power protest set up by an NGO.

Almost 80 percent of France's electricity is generated by nuclear power. The country has 58 reactors, the second-largest number in the world after the United States.
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Cyndi Lauper campaigning for Fukushima products
US pop singer Cyndi Lauper has called on people to support Japan's disaster-hit northern region by buying its products.

Lauper made the appeal at a news conference held for foreign media in Tokyo on Monday.

She also spoke about her surprise when a friend from Fukushima gave her a gift of candy saying it wasn't contaminated with radiation. [link to www3.nhk.or.jp]

lol... she'll get a cancer surprise within 10-15 years...
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Data on radiation, toxin exposure following quake yet to be released

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Environmental assessment teams took hundreds of samples of soil, air and water at disaster-zone work sites, then sent the samples to the U.S. and tested for radiation and a range of toxins, including asbestos, that are known to harm people’s health.

A year after the disaster, the Department of Defense has not released the data, although officials have stated that troops were not exposed to “unsafe” levels of toxins or radiation.

Stars and Stripes has made numerous requests for data from the environmental testing and dosimeters, including a Freedom of Information Act request that was denied. PACOM officials have not given a reason why the information has not been released or give any indication when it would be available.

Army Col. Lance Koenig, commander of the 10th Logistics Group, who had more than 100 troops working in Sendai and Ishinomaki during the relief effort, said several months after the operation that he was eager to get the test results.

“The Army dosimeter didn’t give you a reading,” he said. “You just wore it and turned it in to the medical folks.”
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N.Korea says it will soon accept IAEA inspectors
North Korea's chief envoy to the six-party talks on the country's nuclear program says it will soon accept inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency.

North Korean vice foreign minister Ri Yong Ho spoke to reporters in New York on Monday. He has been in the US city since last Tuesday to attend an international conference.

Ri said North Korea is preparing to implement a bilateral agreement struck between the North and the United States last month.
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