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my fucking god... it's what we have said all along..... that is scary shit.... and they refuse to go near the other reactors??????

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They don't refuse to go near the other Reactors,
Nr. 1 has a Cover installed by People
Nr. 3 had a big Cleaning and removing of the SFP-Fuel by Workers
Nr. 4 had a permanent and ongoing Mission
and concerned People can watch the working Units/ Humans always!

All visible in countless Videos!

Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 03/28/2012 05:40 AM
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They don't refuse to go near the other Reactors,
Nr. 1 has a Cover installed by People
Nr. 3 had a big Cleaning and removing of the SFP-Fuel by Workers
Nr. 4 had a permanent and ongoing Mission
and concerned People can watch the working Units/ Humans always!

All visible in countless Videos!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


yer fucking joking right?

1. people cannot get near number 1 and 3.... there have been no humans allowed near the 'dead zones'


AB.... go hit yer self in the head... anyone with an internet browser can look this up for themselves...... hang.. i go find it for you, and btw... just because bug left, doesn't mean you and yer performance are welcome on thread..........

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Fukushima reactor shows radiation levels much higher than thought

Damage from disaster so severe that clean-up expected to take decades, according to latest examination of nuclear plant

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Fukushima
A view from above the water inside number two reactor, where the water is 60cms (24ins) from the bottom. Photograph: Reuters

One of Japan's crippled nuclear reactors still has fatally high radiation levels and much less water to cool it than officials estimated, according to an internal examination that renews doubts about the plant's stability.

A tool equipped with a tiny video camera, a thermometer, a dosimeter and a water gauge was used to assess damage inside the number two reactor's containment chamber for the second time since the tsunami swept into the Fukushima Daiichi plant, a year ago.

The data shows the damage from the disaster is so severe the plant operator will have to develop special equipment and technology to tolerate the harsh environment, and decommission the plant. The process is expected to last decades.

The other two reactors that had meltdowns could be in even worse shape. The number two reactor is the only one officials have been able to closely examine so far.

Tuesday's examination, with an industrial endoscope, detected radiation levels up to 10 times the fatal dose inside the chamber.

Plant officials previously said more than half of the melted fuel had breached the core and dropped to the floor of the primary containment vessel, some of it splashing against the wall or the floor.

Particles from melted fuel have probably sent radiation levels up to a dangerously high 70 an hour inside the container, said Junichi Matsumoto, spokesman for the plant operator, Tepco. The figure far exceeds the highest level previously detected, of 10 sieverts an hour, which was detected around an exhaust duct shared by the number one and two units last year.

"It's extremely high," he said, adding that an endoscope would last only 14 hours in those conditions. When locating and removing melted fuel during the decommissioning process, he said, "we have to develop equipment that can tolerate high radiation".

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ab... yer an idiot... and so are your cohort...what you propose is hari-kari? by the nature of force of others... you are demonic......

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They don't refuse to go near the other Reactors,
Nr. 1 has a Cover installed by People
Nr. 3 had a big Cleaning and removing of the SFP-Fuel by Workers
Nr. 4 had a permanent and ongoing Mission
and concerned People can watch the working Units/ Humans always!

All visible in countless Videos!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


yer fucking joking right?

1. people cannot get near number 1 and 3.... there have been no humans allowed near the 'dead zones'
 Quoting: citizenperth


What you will do when i show you People around and in that Reactor,
why do you exclude Reactor Nr. 4 suddenly?

Because you get cold Foots?

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citizenDerp still at it I see.

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People who want to see Humans in and around
Nr.1, Nr.2, Nr.3 and Nr.4 are free to do so:
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Lethal radiation detected inside Fukushima reactor
Tokyo Electric Power Company has detected extremely high levels of radiation inside one of the crippled reactors of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

TEPCO was able to place monitoring equipment directly inside the reactor for the first time since last year's accident.

A dosimeter lowered into the containment vessel of the No.2 reactor registered 72.9 sieverts, or 72,900 millisieverts per hour at maximum -- a level where a human is certain to die within about 7 minutes of exposure. [link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Fishing ban due to radioactive contamination
Radioactive contamination from the Fukushima nuclear accident is forcing fishermen in a neighboring prefecture to suspend catches of one of their fish.

Catches of Japanese sea bass are the first marine products of Miyagi Prefecture, north of Fukushima, to be suspended due to the nuclear accident.

Up to 360 becquerels of radioactive cesium were detected in sea bass hauls over the past 2 months off the coast of Miyagi.
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People who want to see Humans in and around
Nr.1, Nr.2, Nr.3 and Nr.4 are free to do so:
[link to photo.tepco.co.jp]
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Could you be more specific with your link to links?
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People who want to see Humans in and around
Nr.1, Nr.2, Nr.3 and Nr.4 are free to do so:
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 Quoting: Atom-Boy


Could you be more specific with your link to links?
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No, because you may discover something you missed
the last Time you watched this Pictures!
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Authorities in a northern city of Chiba prefecture on Tuesday sampled bamboo shoots grown for food. They found contamination of up to 250 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram. 180 becquerels of cesium was found in the bamboo shoots harvested in another northern city in the prefecture. Both locations are some 200 kilometers from the crippled nuclear plant.
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Spent Fuel Pools; How They Impact Fukushima Daiichi

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The following is an in depth look at spent fuel pools and how these technical factors impact the disaster at Fukushima Daiichi.
By SimplyInfo member Dean Curtis
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Our Unit 2 Rough Estimation Of Radiation Levels In Containment

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These estimations are very rough calculations. They give an idea about how high the radiation in the pedestal below the reactor could be. These numbers are very rough and not normally something we post on the website. They are worth sharing to give people an idea how incredibly high the radiation inside containment is.

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Our very rough guess is the radiation in the pedestal could be: the corium in the pedestal an estimated 5 GSv/hr.
Enough to cook a hot dog in .0000001 nano seconds.

**Peter ran some additional calculations and came up with the following:
Rad levels in unit 2, kilo (10exp3), mega (10exp6 equals a million), GIGA (10exp9) and tera (10exp12).
“I myself figured 10 teraSv/h based on 30 half-thicknesses and the inverse square law for a point source. Note that most increase in this estimate stems from the assumption that the source is behind the concrete and does not include the possibility of fuel having escaped into the drywell.”

Taking both rough calculations we have somewhere between 5 gigaSv/h to 10 teraSv/h in the pedestal region of unit 2.

For some comparison at Chernobyl, the control room after the explosion was 300 Sv/hr – providing a lethal dose in 1-2 minutes. At 22 years later, levels inside the reactor hall were approximately 34 Sv/hr – a lethal dose in 10-20 minutes.
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Nuclear safety agency seeks fault reassessments
Japan's nuclear safety agency has asked the operators of six nuclear plants on the Sea of Japan coast to re-examine the active faults near the plants.

The faults could shift simultaneously, triggering bigger earthquakes.
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Fish within 20 km of Fukushima plant to be studied
The operator of the disabled Fukushima nuclear power plant plans to begin monitoring radiation off the coast of the no-entry zone by collecting samples of marine life.

The announcement by Tokyo Electric Power Company on Wednesday is in response to requests by fishing cooperatives and researchers who have been calling for full-fledged studies into the impact of radioactive contamination on marine life in the area.
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Asahi: High radiation means delays in decommissioning Fukushima Daiichi — 30-year roadmap will likely now have to be revised
The decommissioning process at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant faces a further obstacle after Tokyo Electric Power Co. said radiation readings in the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor were at fatal levels on March 27.
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Decommissioning was initially expected to take around 30 years, but that estimate will likely now have to be revised.
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Asahi: High radiation means delays in decommissioning Fukushima Daiichi — 30-year roadmap will likely now have to be revised
The decommissioning process at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant faces a further obstacle after Tokyo Electric Power Co. said radiation readings in the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor were at fatal levels on March 27.
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Decommissioning was initially expected to take around 30 years, but that estimate will likely now have to be revised.
[link to enenews.com]
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i wonder how many revisions we get before they do something..... maybe AB can go there in his superman suit and fix it.....
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Asahi: High radiation means delays in decommissioning Fukushima Daiichi — 30-year roadmap will likely now have to be revised
The decommissioning process at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant faces a further obstacle after Tokyo Electric Power Co. said radiation readings in the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor were at fatal levels on March 27.
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Decommissioning was initially expected to take around 30 years, but that estimate will likely now have to be revised.
[link to enenews.com]
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i wonder how many revisions we get before they do something..... maybe AB can go there in his superman suit and fix it.....
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I think a better Option would be we send the genetic Defects
from Perth inside,
they can serve our Society at least a little bit
instead of living a Maggot Life for the rest of their existence!


The Levels in there are much higher than they showed you,
we think it must be far above 125 Sievert/h

At One Meter under the Hole for the Endoscope the Level was 39 Sievert/h,
a few Centimeter more and it increase already to 54 Sievert/h
and again 84 Centimeter more to ca. 74 Sievert/h
but they are still Miles (ca. 3m.) away from the molten Core!

So, many People of you just falling for Numbers they don't understand,
even that Guy who is going High Profile (Fukushima, what we can do)
but in fact he don't understand anything!
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Asahi: High radiation means delays in decommissioning Fukushima Daiichi — 30-year roadmap will likely now have to be revised
The decommissioning process at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant faces a further obstacle after Tokyo Electric Power Co. said radiation readings in the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor were at fatal levels on March 27.
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Decommissioning was initially expected to take around 30 years, but that estimate will likely now have to be revised.
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: ar-15 nut


i wonder how many revisions we get before they do something..... maybe AB can go there in his superman suit and fix it.....
 Quoting: citizenperth



I think a better Option would be we send the genetic Defects
from Perth inside,
they can serve our Society at least a little bit
instead of living a Maggot Life for the rest of their existence!


The Levels in there are much higher than they showed you,
we think it must be far above 125 Sievert/h

At One Meter under the Hole for the Endoscope the Level was 39 Sievert/h,
a few Centimeter more and it increase already to 54 Sievert/h
and again 84 Centimeter more to ca. 74 Sievert/h
but they are still Miles (ca. 3m.) away from the molten Core!

So, many People of you just falling for Numbers they don't understand,
even that Guy who is going High Profile (Fukushima, what we can do)
but in fact he don't understand anything!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


you're a charming little liar aren't you......

i do have little clips of yours denying everything, and now you are espousing more than what some are led to believe.

your infamy is incredulous and irresponsible.

i doubt that anyone holds you opinion in any credence whatsoever.... go away and troll your own thread as agreed earlier......

you are nothing more than a transparent nuisance Atom Bot.

Oh, and your insults are highly regarded as insulting by myself... please feel free to drop by my house whenever you have the guts to visit Australia.... i have a few friendly words to discuss with you about your manner... or shall i come visit you next time i bother to drop by your poisonous part of the world?

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Perth Guy,
why do you not post Information?
95% of your Postings are Troll Post,
Ranting and personal Attacks,
you should change this,
remember there is only one truth
in questions about Physics!
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Perth Guy,
why do you not post Information?
95% of your Postings are Troll Post,
Ranting and personal Attacks,
you should change this,
remember there is only one truth
in questions about Physics!
 Quoting: Atom-Boy


I have posted more information than personal insults over the last 12 months than you atom-bot.....

prove me wrong.... you know my blog....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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CP, keep up the good work you sexy Aussie ;) I for one appreciate you staying on top of things!
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TEPCO seeks additional public money injection
The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has asked for more public funds from a government-backed entity to avoid negative net worth and to compensate the victims of the nuclear crisis at the facility.

Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, on Thursday asked the entity set up to help compensate the victims for one trillion yen, or over 12 billion dollars, for capital reinforcement. The utility also requested about 10 billion dollars to bolster its reserves for compensation.
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Japan's nuclear policy review proceeds
Japan's Atomic Energy Commission has proposed 3 ways to dispose of spent nuclear fuel from the country's nuclear plants.

The commission has been reviewing Japan's nuclear energy policy in the wake of last year's accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

The first of 3 proposals made by a commission working group on Wednesday calls for proceeding with the current project of reprocessing plutonium from spent nuclear fuel into uranium-plutonium mixed oxide, or MOX, fuel. The fuel could be used for a fast-breeder nuclear reactor once it's in practical use.
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Proposal 2 and 3 at link.
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Nuclear agency briefs governors on tests
Japan's nuclear safety agency has given the results of stress tests performed on 2 offline nuclear reactors in Fukui Prefecture to 2 governors from neighboring prefectures.

The move follows last week's endorsement of the test results by the government's Nuclear Safety Commission.

The Commission approved the test results of the reactors at the Ohi plant operated by Kansai Electric Power Company.
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Newly-developed cameras can "show" radiation

Japanese researchers have developed a super-wide angle digital camera capable of depicting radiation in the environment.

The camera, developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, is an application of a technology used in gamma ray detectors aboard a space probe.

A gamma-ray detector installed in the camera shows levels of radiation on buildings and the landscape in six colors according to radiation intensity.
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Video at link.
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Newly-developed cameras can "show" radiation

Japanese researchers have developed a super-wide angle digital camera capable of depicting radiation in the environment.

The camera, developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, is an application of a technology used in gamma ray detectors aboard a space probe.

A gamma-ray detector installed in the camera shows levels of radiation on buildings and the landscape in six colors according to radiation intensity.
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Video at link.
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yer a legend dude, thankyou for the updates
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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70,400 Bq/Kg from ventilation system of incineration plant in Tokyo
Posted by Mochizuki on March 29th, 2012 · No Comments

High level of cesium was measured from dusts stuck in air filters of the waste incineration plant in Sumida Tokyo.



(Measurement date : 1/18/2012, cesium 134+137)

1. Dusts on deodorising apparatus of activated carbon

Sample 1 ) 61,100Bq/kg 18&#65355;&#65351;

Sample 2 ) 31,700Bq/kg 26&#65355;&#65351;

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Hard search for TEPCO's top management
The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has postponed the announcement of a firm's turnaround plan due to difficulty of finding its new management.

Tokyo Electric Power Company and a government arm, the nuclear compensation fund, were to release the plan by the end of March.

But Kazuhiko Shimokobe, the chair of the fund's board, said on Thursday they deferred the schedule as the economy minister is not likely to approve the plan unless the new management members are named in the plan.
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Mayors of 3 evacuated towns in Fukushima plan temporary towns
Mayors of three of the 11 municipalities evacuated totally or partially due to the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant accident plan to create temporary towns within Fukushima Prefecture, they said in interviews with Kyodo News.
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