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So where is it..?



Watch: Empty spaces seen in Fukushima Unit 3 spent fuel racks — “Would ordinarily hold spent fuel” -Asahi (VIDEO & PHOTOS)
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Explosion may have occurred inside vessel of Fukushima Unit 1 — Can generate missiles that endanger containment integrity
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Up to 1,000,000 sieverts per hour outside Fukushima Unit 1 containment vessel — Still too hot to attempt measuring other areas (PHOTO & VIDEO)
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The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h on the west side.
Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor
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Up to 1,000,000 sieverts per hour outside Fukushima Unit 1 containment vessel — Still too hot to attempt measuring other areas (PHOTO & VIDEO)
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[snip]

The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h on the west side.
Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor
 Quoting: Waterbug


Even you believe that Story?

Rofl

1.000.000 Sievert will melt everything in 20Km!


Idiot

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1.000.000 Sievert/hr has to be intrument failure...
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Mitsubishi to enter geothermal market in Indonesia
Japanese trading house Mitsubishi Corporation plans to invest in a geothermal power generation project in Indonesia.

Sources say that Mitsubishi will buy a 20-percent stake in Star Energy, the operator of Indonesia's largest geothermal power station, at a cost of 200 million dollars.

Star Energy plans to expand its facilities on Java Island within 5 years. Its aim is to boost its output to 420-thousand kilowatts, and supply electricity to 2.75 million households in the area.
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Nuclear regulatory body to check fault underneath Oi plant on Nov. 2
Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority said Wednesday that it will conduct an on-site inspection on Nov. 2 to confirm whether there is an active fault underneath the sole nuclear power plant operating in the quake-prone country.

The outcome of the inspection at Kansai Electric Power Co.'s Oi nuclear plant in Fukui Prefecture could affect the fate of the plant's Nos. 3 and 4 reactors that the government approved for restart earlier this year on the assumption that their operation was safe.
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Diablo Canyon powers up Unit 2 reactor after shutdown
Operators at Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant began ramping up power in the Unit 2 reactor early Tuesday morning.The reactor shut down Thursday when a transformer shorted out. Dust had built up on an insulator and rain caused the wet dust to ground out the transformer, said Tom Cuddy, PG&E spokesman.

“The rain was definitely a contributing factor,” he said.........................
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The info is from the tepco chart.
Indicated values.
Who knows..? Lots of suspicious shit going on with that inspection...




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[snip]

The highest readings found so far were taken when workers dropped a scope through a floor hole into the torus room on the west side of the building. The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h * on the west side. Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor. This indicates that the torus room readings on the east side if available would be even higher than those very high readings found on the west side of the torus room. TEPCO has not attempted the same inspection on the east side as the 1st floor levels are too high to send workers in.
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The info is from the tepco chart.
Indicated values.
Who knows..? Lots of suspicious shit going on with that inspection...




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[snip]

The highest readings found so far were taken when workers dropped a scope through a floor hole into the torus room on the west side of the building. The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h * on the west side. Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor. This indicates that the torus room readings on the east side if available would be even higher than those very high readings found on the west side of the torus room. TEPCO has not attempted the same inspection on the east side as the 1st floor levels are too high to send workers in.
 Quoting: Waterbug


But when you use the Original you are able
to see a huge Notice that it is not valid,
i do not understand why Simple Info, Enenews
and other do not mention it!

I mean One Million Sievert lol

I doubt that even the Sun is bringing it on that Numbers!
G.Y.!B.E.
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1.000.000 Sievert/hr has to be instrument failure...
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Spelling failure... lol...
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The info is from the tepco chart.
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Who knows..? Lots of suspicious shit going on with that inspection...




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The highest readings found so far were taken when workers dropped a scope through a floor hole into the torus room on the west side of the building. The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h * on the west side. Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor. This indicates that the torus room readings on the east side if available would be even higher than those very high readings found on the west side of the torus room. TEPCO has not attempted the same inspection on the east side as the 1st floor levels are too high to send workers in.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Physics forum says highest reading is 11.1Sv/hr.
Speculation that the low readings indicate the corium has little contact with the cooling water.
Also, puzzling that the measured dose rate increases with height.
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The info is from the tepco chart.
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Who knows..? Lots of suspicious shit going on with that inspection...




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[snip]

The highest readings found so far were taken when workers dropped a scope through a floor hole into the torus room on the west side of the building. The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h * on the west side. Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor. This indicates that the torus room readings on the east side if available would be even higher than those very high readings found on the west side of the torus room. TEPCO has not attempted the same inspection on the east side as the 1st floor levels are too high to send workers in.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Physics forum says highest reading is 11.1Sv/hr.
Speculation that the low readings indicate the corium has little contact with the cooling water.
Also, puzzling that the measured dose rate increases with height.
 Quoting: Waterbug


No, this is not "Puzzling":
Thread: Radiation probes indicate NO melt through at Fukushima Unit 1

No Melt-Through in Nr. 1.! hf
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The info is from the tepco chart.
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[snip]

The highest readings found so far were taken when workers dropped a scope through a floor hole into the torus room on the west side of the building. The lower the scope went the higher the radiation levels. TEPCO found the radiation level in the bottom of the torus room under water to be 100,000 to 1,000,000 Sv/h * on the west side. Yet the radiation levels on the first floor on that side are low compared to the radiation levels on the east side of the first floor. This indicates that the torus room readings on the east side if available would be even higher than those very high readings found on the west side of the torus room. TEPCO has not attempted the same inspection on the east side as the 1st floor levels are too high to send workers in.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Physics forum says highest reading is 11.1Sv/hr.
Speculation that the low readings indicate the corium has little contact with the cooling water.
Also, puzzling that the measured dose rate increases with height.
 Quoting: Waterbug


No, this is not "Puzzling":
Thread: Radiation probes indicate NO melt through at Fukushima Unit 1

No Melt-Through in Nr. 1.! hf
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


I give little credence to rod adams... he's pro-nuke and has a company that sells nukes.

So... explain why the readings get higher with height.
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Red Cross labels Fukushima evacuations humanitarian crisis
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The report quoted an evacuee from an exclusion zone within a 20-kilometer radius of the Fukushima plant as saying: "We followed the authorities' instructions and ended up somewhere where the radioactivity was still high."
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US Analysis: Fukushima released 200% as much radioactive iodine as Chernobyl — Only includes Reactors 1 and 3
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As Gundersen said.... way back.



Gov’t Nuke Experts: Top part of Reactor 1 containment may have opened up before first Fukushima explosion
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@ Buggy-Chan,

i explained it in that Thread,
i guess and i hope that the Fuel
is still inside and protected (inactive)
of the first Containment!

Many Peopke thought so since the
beginning!

I don't like R. Adams either but it is
not the Time for personal Preferences!

I wait for the Paper from Tepco,
only they are valid, Infos like you
transported, Enenews too, are poison!
Do you not felt a bit strange,
i mean 1.000.000 Sievert is a way tooooo much!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Gavin Allwright Talks About Fukushima.

moved out of the evacuation zone, went back to help, and is now highly irradiated.

left his children overseas....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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From another discussion:

Mochizuki Cheshire Iori (Fukushima-Diary):

I think reactor4 is decoy.

Margie Knapp: What do you mean by that?

Mochizuki Cheshire Iori :

All the other reactors have SFP too, and they don't even know the state of the inside of reactor3. and in common usage pool, they have 6400 spent fuel assemblies.

Noah Taylor: It's worse than a bad acid trip.


Holly Jebb: Think the worst of this situation and it is probably even worse than that...


hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
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Los Alamos Lab: We can find Fukushima corium with x-ray type image — “No core” a possibility? (PHOTOS)
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Man from Fukushima Chokes Up: The children are radioactive — People that stayed are in denial — We received hate mail for leaving (VIDEO)
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Reactor1 losing water and temperature is in increasing trend
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March 13th, 2011 – NRC analysis shows Fukushima Daiichi worse than TMI and Chernobyl Accidents
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Reactor1 losing water and temperature is in increasing trend
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and as the water leaks.. the temperature rises.. signs of

1. a leakage of highly radioactive water and
2. breaches like a sieve


gone are the days where we wondered if it leaked into the ocean and water table....
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Cesium above new limit in Miyagi beef
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Cesium above new limit in Miyagi beef
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yeah and the new "export through fukushima to the united states" program has just been released.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Radars installed off Wakayama to observe tsunami
Japanese researchers have erected large radar systems in the sea off Wakayama Prefecture, western Japan, in a bid to observe tsunami at an early stage.

A research group led by Japan's land ministry and Kansai University developed the radars based on aviation control tower technology. The group on Thursday briefed local government officials on the system.

Installed 60 kilometers off the coast of Mihama Town, the radars are designed to observe the height and speed of tsunami before the wave hits the coast.

Tsunami measuring up to 18 meters high are predicted to strike Mihama Town in the event of a large earthquake in the Nankai Trough off Japan's Pacific coast.
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Testing of Fukushima rice about 1 month behind schedule
FUKUSHIMA — The Fukushima prefectural government said Wednesday that work to check all harvested rice for cesium has fallen behind schedule.

Currently, the prefectural government and local associations of rice growers are testing all rice for cesium at Koriyama. However, prefectural officials said there are only four machines and some 6,000 bags are being delivered to the center each day, NTV reported.
The machines can check up to 4,000 bags per day, taking about 10 seconds per bag, officials said.
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Japan will not join U.N. initiative to make nuclear weapons illegal
The Japanese government has decided not to join an initiative by 16 countries at the United Nations to make nuclear weapons illegal, out of concern it would affect Tokyo's policy of maintaining security under the U.S. nuclear umbrella, Japanese government sources said Thursday.
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