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Japan’s 3/11 quake, tsunami caused atmosphere disturbance
[link to japandailypress.com]


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NASA has reported that not only did last year’s March earthquake and tsunami destroy northern Japan’s Tohoku region, it also wreaked havoc on the atmosphere. The energy was so great from one of the Earth’s worst earthquakes and resulting tsunami, that disturbances were recorded in the ionosphere, the upper atmosphere that is roughly 50 to 500 miles above the surface of the planet.

Images revealed on Friday by NASA show that forces from the earthly disruptions were reflected in the movements of electrons far above. These movements were monitored by satellites and receivers on the ground by studying the GPS signals sent back and forth.

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Energy plot. [link to nctr.pmel.noaa.gov]
[link to www.eqclearinghouse.org]

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673

Well, I don't know how much other earthquakes or tsunamis affect the ionosphere, but nuclear devices often do even if they are far from the ionosphere, by virtue of their EMF pulse.
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There ought to be some way to confirm a nuke. Maybe that is the way..

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BTW, Ehecatl.
Isn't it odd that AA stopped posting on the 16th, just before I posted the soho M-flare and neutron monitor data on his thread? You posted more data right after me.
Then we had the pulse thing. Got me wondering.

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Japan’s 3/11 quake, tsunami caused atmosphere disturbance
[link to japandailypress.com]


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NASA has reported that not only did last year’s March earthquake and tsunami destroy northern Japan’s Tohoku region, it also wreaked havoc on the atmosphere. The energy was so great from one of the Earth’s worst earthquakes and resulting tsunami, that disturbances were recorded in the ionosphere, the upper atmosphere that is roughly 50 to 500 miles above the surface of the planet.

Images revealed on Friday by NASA show that forces from the earthly disruptions were reflected in the movements of electrons far above. These movements were monitored by satellites and receivers on the ground by studying the GPS signals sent back and forth.

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Energy plot. [link to nctr.pmel.noaa.gov]
[link to www.eqclearinghouse.org]

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673


I'll re-post the video of the Ionosphere 300 Kms above Japan before,during and after the Tsunami..I posted this originally a long time ago:
[youtube] [link to www.youtube.com]
[link to www.youtube.com]

This is why I believe the Tsunami was actually Tidal in Nature rather than being caused by an Earthquake.
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Yeah. We haven't the whole story yet, I presume.

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It appears from this video that there is steam again coming from Unit No.1 at the Daiichi Complex:

[youtube] [link to www.youtube.com]
[link to www.youtube.com]

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Warm shutdown..?

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06/02/2012 08:45 AM
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[link to www.hurricanezone.net]

Some crappy weather is heading toward the eastern shores of Japan. Typhoon MAWAR was just a tropical storm when it came by us - now a Typhoon and heading toward Japan.

Chances are it won't be damaging to Japan/Fukushima; but, in my mind, any bad weather / quakes, etc. bear watching.

The Typhoon season has officially started in this part of the world!
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Thanks to RT for pointing out Cryptome has new pics up:
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Hi Southern!
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Myanmar says it has stopped all nuclear development
Myanmar Defense Minister Lt. Gen. Hla Min acknowledged Saturday that his country previously had civilian nuclear ambitions but declared that since the inauguration in March last year of the new administration of reformist President Thein Sein, all such nuclear development activities have been stopped.
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U.S. investor suspected of insider trading in 2010 TEPCO share issue
A Japanese securities industry watchdog has requested cooperation from its U.S. counterpart in investigating a U.S. investor who it suspects of having engaged in insider trading over Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s public offering in 2010, market sources said Saturday.

According to the sources, the investor earned a profit on trading in TEPCO shares after receiving information about the utility's move to issue new shares to the public ahead of its announcement.
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Thermometers malfunctioning at No.2 reactor
The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says more than half of the thermometers at the Number 2 reactor are not working.

Tokyo Electric Power Company said Friday that 23 of the 41 thermometers are malfunctioning.

The utility says it will install new thermometers by late July.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Congress Rips Obama Plan to Shut Nev. Nuclear Waste Site
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The issue came up amid debate over the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act late Thursday. The bill allocates $25 million to the Yucca Mountain project.

That would keep the site functioning, said Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-N.J. "Research and development activities to support Yucca are permitted," he said. "This will ensure that we keep Congress in the driver's seat for nuclear waste policy."


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And what policy is that? The one that allows nuke power companies to keep spent fuel onsite forever..?

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Laboratory burns; Site contains radioactive materials
[link to www.fireengineering.com]

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Firefighters battled a blaze Thursday at a laboratory where small amounts of radioactive materials were stored.

The fire broke out at Mid-Continent Laboratories Inc. at 1279 Jackson near Claybrook. The Shelby County Office of Preparedness was still trying to determine Thursday evening whether there was any contamination to groundwater from radioactive cesium-137.

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This site is a few hours drive from my home in Tennessee. Not a peep on the news..

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FUKUSHIMA: Pacific Ocean Will Not Dilute Dumped Radioactive Water
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Tepco ordered employees to downplay Fukushima accident
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

Cesium is sinking deeper under riverbed
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CNN:Massive protest against gov to stop burning radioactive debris in Kitakyushu
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

20,000 Bq/Kg from school pool
[link to fukushima-diary.com]
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JAEC handed nuclear policy meeting docs to pro-nuclear figures at secret meeting
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Tohoku university measures effectiveness of decontamination by using children
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The Hiroshima University team announced the results of its survey on Sunday.
Of 63,000 people who were born within 10 years from the bombing, less than one-fourth have parents who both survived the attack.

Forty-nine of those surveyed had developed leukemia by the age of 35, and 26 of them had parents who were both survivors.

The team says their rate of developing leukemia is apparently higher than the rate for children with a mother or father who was an atomic bomb survivor.
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Nuclear disaster minister to visit Fukui over restart of Oi plant
Nuclear disaster minister Goshi Hosono will visit Fukui Prefecture on Monday to meet with Gov. Issei Nishikawa as part of the central government's efforts to restart the Oi nuclear power plant in the Sea of Japan prefecture, the prefectural government said Sunday.
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TEPCO admits over half of Unit 2 thermometers faulty – Hosono postpones visit to push Ohi restart
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Safety limit of swimming class is 1μSv/h in Sukagawa city Fukushima
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Japan’s plutonium plans stir up alarm
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Check it out - Crazies are decontaminating with Latex Paint!?

Unit 2.

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The thing that hath been,
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and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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Into eternity: The nuclear waste challenge
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Provided by University of Cambridge

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The timescale for keeping hazardous nuclear waste isolated from living organisms is unimaginably long, with times specified by nuclear regulators in Europe and the USA ranging from 10,000 to 1,000,000 years. Who knows what the human race, or indeed the planet, will be like 40,000 human generations from now.

Already, the world’s nuclear power plants, which generate around a fifth of global electricity, have yielded in excess of 300,000 tons of high-level nuclear waste, a figure that will dramatically increase in the context of a world nuclear renaissance. Most of the waste is currently stored above ground in spent fuel pools or dry storage. But, as the Fukushima accident in 2011 showed, above-ground nuclear waste storage is vulnerable and there is broad agreement among nuclear-generating countries that the best option is to bury it deep and inaccessibly in the Earth.

Understanding how to keep nuclear waste safe is clearly a considerable challenge, one that new research led by the University of Cambridge aims to help solve through fundamental studies of how nuclear materials behave, and are likely to behave, over massive timescales.

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Japan's Latest Nuclear Crisis: Getting Rid of the Radioactive Debris
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The government insists that its radiation limits ensure that the program will pose no health risks to surrounding residents. Those limits, however, have been significantly relaxed since the disaster at Fukushima. Radioactivity is measured by becquerel per kilogram, or bq/kg. Previously, Japanese regulations required nuclear waste with 100 or more bq/kg of Cesium to be monitored and disposed of in specialized containers. But the new limit for debris in the "wide area incineration" program is 240 to 480 bq/kg. Because radioactive particles accumulate and concentrate in the ash of burned rubble, the material headed for local landfills could be significantly more radioactive. The new government limit for material headed for landfills is 8000 bq/kg, 80 times the pre-Fukushima limit.

Because garbage incinerators inevitably serve as collecting grounds for radiation spread across large areas, in some cases, the limit of 8000 bq/kg has been surpassed even in facilities processing local garbage in Tokyo, according to the Ministry of the Environment. Such stories have exacerbated fears that incinerating debris from areas even closer to Fukushima could produce potentially hazardous irradiated ash.

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Plutonium reprocessing plan raises alarm amid shutdown
Critics wonder why MOX plan is running when reactors are idle
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Nuclear industry officials say they hope to start producing half a ton of toxic plutonium within months, in addition to the more than 35 tons Japan already has stored around the world. That is even though all the reactors that might use it are either inoperable or offline while the government rethinks its gung-ho nuclear energy policy after the crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 plant.

"It's crazy," said Princeton University professor Frank von Hippel, a leading authority on nonproliferation issues and a former assistant director for national security in the White House Office of Science and Technology. "There is absolutely no reason to do that."

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CHECK THIS OUT:

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It has'nt linked..before we just randomly type that in to our address bars,would you mind givving us a little summation as to why!?

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The thing that hath been,
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and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17352405


It has'nt linked..before we just randomly type that in to our address bars,would you mind givving us a little summation as to why!?

: )
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Actually,scrub that..been up all Night - Bit SLlloOOWww.
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17352405


It has'nt linked..before we just randomly type that in to our address bars,would you mind givving us a little summation as to why!?

: )
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium

The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1





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