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Utilities hold on to nuclear reactor plans despite minister's remark
Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yukio Edano has made it clear the government will not allow construction of the Kaminoseki Nuclear Power Station planned by Chugoku Electric Power Co., underscoring its policy of prohibiting new nuclear power reactors, except those already being built.

But with the policy lacking any legal basis to stop construction, the power company does not appear to be giving up on its preparations. With a general election looming, the utility also appears to be hoping for the formation of a pro-nuclear government that could overturn the no-reactor policy.
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Kansas State University's Nuclear Reactor Turns 50
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) _ The nuclear reactor at Kansas State University has turned 50.

To mark the anniversary, the reactor was powered up Tuesday at 8:27 p.m. _ the exact time it was brought online on Oct. 16, 1962. Students, administrators and current and past faculty were on hand for the occasion

Under supervision, students are able to operate the reactor, tour it or use samples irradiated in its core for experiments and projects.
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HARRIS: OFFSITE NOTIFICATION OF WASTE WATER PIPE LEAK CONTAINING TRITIUM
On October 16, 2012 at 5:12 pm, plant personnel identified a leak from a pipe on plant property. The pipe carries secondary plant and water treatment building waste water for chemical processing. The water, containing a low level of tritium (10,760 picocuries per liter), leaked into the surrounding soil. The surrounding soil is being excavated and the leak is being repaired. The EPA Drinking Water Standard is 20,000 picocuries per liter.
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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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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


atom family in 5.. 4... 3.. 2... tell us how 'safe' it is.. and we are misguided fools.. so glad we kept all our chronological addendums...
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March 13th, 2011 – NRC analysis shows Fukushima Daiichi worse than TMI and Chernobyl Accidents
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Do you watched this File in the Original?

Imo. this is just a Estimation but not Fact,
how do they know the Release when it was
not even happening/ or ongoing?

A very, very strange Paper and it would be nice
to explain it for me/ for us (the People who dont understand!)

What is the meaning of "PMT"?

Last Edited by the mighty Atom on 10/18/2012 11:11 AM
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March 13th, 2011 – NRC analysis shows Fukushima Daiichi worse than TMI and Chernobyl Accidents
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Do you watched this File in the Original?

Imo. this is just a Estimation but not Fact,
how do they know the Release when it was
not even happening/ or ongoing?

A very, very strange Paper and it would be nice
to explain it for me/ for us (the People who dont understand!)

What is the meaning of "PMT"?
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


interesting point, because the parers did not sate what the report meant within its own confusication.... albeit, they had nothing more to state then what the already available statement was:

unit 1: undercernible
unit 2: under constant watering cooling.. deniably in a reusable cyclcic function... (where does the water go)
unit 3: unavailable due to hi radiological presence... given TEPCO statements and reporting : UNKOWN

unit 4: MASSIVE DESTRUCTION:

unit 5-6: unknown
SPF: ruled out with no statement

common radiological release on a specific and interpreted ratio and assumption, is TEPCO, at 1.8.... you fools....
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Project Censored: The Top 10 Stories Under-Reported by the Mainstream Media

3. U.S. deaths from Fukushima
On March 24, 2011, the task of collecting nuclear data had been handed off from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to the Nuclear Energy Institute, a nuclear industry lobbying group. And in one study that got little attention, scientists Joseph Mangano and Jeanette Sherman found that in the period following the Fukushima meltdowns, 14,000 more deaths than average were reported in the U.S., mostly among infants. Later, Mangono and Sherman updated the number to 22,000.
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IMHO this should be taken with a grain of salt...
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PMT

Photomultiplier Tube
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PMT

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plasmodic-explosion mid-terminally...
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Cameras spot reactor 3 pool debris; fuel intact
Remote-controlled underwater cameras have located parts of a 35-ton fuel transfer apparatus that fell into reactor 3's spent fuel pool in March 2011 in the early days of the Fukushima No. 1 crisis, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The pool contains 566 spent fuel assemblies. Tepco has said it hopes to take away enough debris inside and begin removal of the fuel rods within fiscal 2014.
[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

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PMT

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plasmodic-explosion mid-terminally...
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Plutonium Monitoring Team... lol...
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plasmodic-explosion mid-terminally...
 Quoting: citizenperth


Plutonium Monitoring Team... lol...
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EcoAlert: Cosmic-rays from Outer Space Could Heal Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactors
Researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory have devised a method to use cosmic rays to gather detailed information from inside the damaged cores of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors, which were heavily damaged in March 2011 by a tsunami that followed a great earthquake. The researchers compared two methods for using cosmic-ray radiography to gather images of nuclear material within the core of a reactor similar to Fukushima Daiichi Reactor No. 1. The team found that Los Alamos’ scattering method for cosmic-ray radiography was far superior to the traditional transmission method for capturing high-resolution image data of potentially damaged nuclear material.
-- snip -- (bottom of article)
Using a computer model, the research team simulated a nuclear reactor with percentages of its core removed and placed elsewhere within the reactor building. They then compared the Los Alamos scattering method to the traditional transmission method. The simulation showed that passive observation of the simulated core over six weeks using the scattering method provided high-resolution images that clearly showed that material was missing from the main core, as well as the location of the missing material elsewhere in the containment building. In comparison, the transmission method was barely able to provide a blurry image of the core itself during the same six-week period.

“We now have a concept by which the Japanese can gather crucial data about what is going on inside their damaged reactor cores with minimal human exposure to the high radiation fields that exist in proximity to the reactor buildings,” Borozdin said. “Muon images could be valuable in more effectively planning and executing faster remediation of the reactor complex.”
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Robot suit to be used in Fukushima cleanup, controlled by brain waves
Japanese researchers on Thursday showed off a full-body robotic suit that is intended to be used by those working at the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. The brain wave-controlled suit is meant to allow those wearing heavy radiation protecting gear to move freely without feeling the weight. In what is said to be a coincidence, the suit is called HAL, for Hybrid Assistive Limb, the same name as the evil supercomputer in the famous sci-fi movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. “I’m sorry Dave, but I can’t let you go near that radioactive debris.”
[link to japandailypress.com]

We are headed into the Twilight Zone...at least they are thinking outside the box.
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 Quoting: Waterbug


plasmodic-explosion mid-terminally...
 Quoting: citizenperth


Plutonium Monitoring Team... lol...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


what happened to them.. oops....
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Robot suit to be used in Fukushima cleanup, controlled by brain waves
Japanese researchers on Thursday showed off a full-body robotic suit that is intended to be used by those working at the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. The brain wave-controlled suit is meant to allow those wearing heavy radiation protecting gear to move freely without feeling the weight. In what is said to be a coincidence, the suit is called HAL, for Hybrid Assistive Limb, the same name as the evil supercomputer in the famous sci-fi movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. “I’m sorry Dave, but I can’t let you go near that radioactive debris.”
[link to japandailypress.com]

We are headed into the Twilight Zone...at least they are thinking outside the box.
 Quoting: Southern OR


i think you're cool... but FUCK OFF!
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Robot suit to be used in Fukushima cleanup, controlled by brain waves
Japanese researchers on Thursday showed off a full-body robotic suit that is intended to be used by those working at the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. The brain wave-controlled suit is meant to allow those wearing heavy radiation protecting gear to move freely without feeling the weight. In what is said to be a coincidence, the suit is called HAL, for Hybrid Assistive Limb, the same name as the evil supercomputer in the famous sci-fi movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. “I’m sorry Dave, but I can’t let you go near that radioactive debris.”
[link to japandailypress.com]

We are headed into the Twilight Zone...at least they are thinking outside the box.
 Quoting: Southern OR


i think you're cool... but FUCK OFF!
 Quoting: citizenperth


I know, right?! Like I said, Twighlight zone...I sure hope that was humor.

Last Edited by Southern OR on 10/18/2012 11:40 PM
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Robot suit to be used in Fukushima cleanup, controlled by brain waves
Japanese researchers on Thursday showed off a full-body robotic suit that is intended to be used by those working at the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. The brain wave-controlled suit is meant to allow those wearing heavy radiation protecting gear to move freely without feeling the weight. In what is said to be a coincidence, the suit is called HAL, for Hybrid Assistive Limb, the same name as the evil supercomputer in the famous sci-fi movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. “I’m sorry Dave, but I can’t let you go near that radioactive debris.”
[link to japandailypress.com]

We are headed into the Twilight Zone...at least they are thinking outside the box.
 Quoting: Southern OR


i think you're cool... but FUCK OFF!
 Quoting: citizenperth


I know, right?! Like I said, Twighlight zone...I sure hope that was humor.
 Quoting: Southern OR


certainly was xoxoxxox

to believe what we are being sold is by the inference that nothing is said about common pool (40 meters from land edge into the ocean,and 50 meters from reactor core 2) so the assumption, that i derived from statements is that we are falsifying the grandeur of the situation based now on number 4....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 10/19/2012 12:24 AM
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Japanese researchers on Thursday showed off a full-body robotic suit that is intended to be used by those working at the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. The brain wave-controlled suit is meant to allow those wearing heavy radiation protecting gear to move freely without feeling the weight. In what is said to be a coincidence, the suit is called HAL, for Hybrid Assistive Limb, the same name as the evil supercomputer in the famous sci-fi movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. “I’m sorry Dave, but I can’t let you go near that radioactive debris.”
[link to japandailypress.com]

We are headed into the Twilight Zone...at least they are thinking outside the box.
 Quoting: Southern OR


i think you're cool... but FUCK OFF!
 Quoting: citizenperth


I know, right?! Like I said, Twighlight zone...I sure hope that was humor.
 Quoting: Southern OR


certainly was xoxoxxox
 Quoting: citizenperth

It seems it is way past time for thinking outside the box. They should have the best and brightest minds on the planet working for a solution. I realize they need new technology, who knows...perhaps some geek in a basement will find the answers.
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i think you're cool... but FUCK OFF!
 Quoting: citizenperth


I know, right?! Like I said, Twighlight zone...I sure hope that was humor.
 Quoting: Southern OR


certainly was xoxoxxox
 Quoting: citizenperth

It seems it is way past time for thinking outside the box. They should have the best and brightest minds on the planet working for a solution. I realize they need new technology, who knows...perhaps some geek in a basement will find the answers.
 Quoting: Southern OR


no.. they all working on the next x-box game. children will all clap hands together........ sadly..........
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Cameras spot reactor 3 pool debris; fuel intact
Remote-controlled underwater cameras have located parts of a 35-ton fuel transfer apparatus that fell into reactor 3's spent fuel pool in March 2011 in the early days of the Fukushima No. 1 crisis, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The pool contains 566 spent fuel assemblies. Tepco has said it hopes to take away enough debris inside and begin removal of the fuel rods within fiscal 2014.
[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


Oh Oh, with Article like this one i see no Future
for you, you should stick with the bad News!

Our Hero, this Oz-Guy said this all burned up
in the Days after the Tsunami and only what
he is saying is Valid.

Remember:
Tepco is not reporting the Truth
F'Shima Daiichi was blown apart,
the Cores and the Fuel Pools are gone,
all the MOX is in the open Environment
and we are all Dead already since Months!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Cameras spot reactor 3 pool debris; fuel intact
Remote-controlled underwater cameras have located parts of a 35-ton fuel transfer apparatus that fell into reactor 3's spent fuel pool in March 2011 in the early days of the Fukushima No. 1 crisis, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The pool contains 566 spent fuel assemblies. Tepco has said it hopes to take away enough debris inside and begin removal of the fuel rods within fiscal 2014.
[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Picture at link.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


Oh Oh, with Article like this one i see no Future
for you, you should stick with the bad News!

Our Hero, this Oz-Guy said this all burned up
in the Days after the Tsunami and only what
he is saying is Valid.

Remember:
Tepco is not reporting the Truth
F'Shima Daiichi was blown apart,
the Cores and the Fuel Pools are gone,
all the MOX is in the open Environment
and we are all Dead already since Months!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom

ummmmm. you said that,,,,,,,, not me. i speculated....... dick-whit little man......

feel free to post.. you look more and more lame as time goes by.. they building spacesuites for your small penise people to go in and "try to fix it"... thats a fact.. now STFU and go pat a three legged chicken ;)

oh; do come back with some facts, you know those little things that lead to evidence you wimple-tard., everyone konws who you are... and your opinion is moot TEPCO DICK!............

ps.. i like offering myself in the fire-line.. you shit for brains?... kill children?.. not in the after life you moran.. BRING IT!
i'd rather save for information than kill you idiot.....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 10/19/2012 01:18 AM
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Cameras spot reactor 3 pool debris; fuel intact
Remote-controlled underwater cameras have located parts of a 35-ton fuel transfer apparatus that fell into reactor 3's spent fuel pool in March 2011 in the early days of the Fukushima No. 1 crisis, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

The pool contains 566 spent fuel assemblies. Tepco has said it hopes to take away enough debris inside and begin removal of the fuel rods within fiscal 2014.
[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

Picture at link.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


Oh Oh, with Article like this one i see no Future
for you, you should stick with the bad News!

Our Hero, this Oz-Guy said this all burned up
in the Days after the Tsunami and only what
he is saying is Valid.

Remember:
Tepco is not reporting the Truth
F'Shima Daiichi was blown apart,
the Cores and the Fuel Pools are gone,
all the MOX is in the open Environment
and we are all Dead already since Months!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


Atom, I read the article and this is my response:
A) They know "approximately where" the 35-ton fuel transfer apparatus fell. 35 tons is a large piece of equipment so I would hope for more than "approximately"

B) Tepco is a corporation and they will only tell what is blatantly obvious. And, only if they are cornered and have no way of being vague as to the answer.

C) No one knows EXACTLY where the cores are located, and it will take several years to develop technology to deal with the spent fuel pools.

D) Mox did hit the open environment, how much is anyone's best guess.

E) Radionuclides take a while to show what the true damage will be. I hope for Japan it's not as bad as we think.

The posters here are not your enemies...we are just hoping for a real plan do deal with this mess.
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C'mon, the whole Forum is full of
your phunny Thoughts and apocalyptic Estimations!

rofl

@ southern Or,

i am sorry but the whole Discussion
is soooooo poisoned that is is already fun
to remember other People Claims!
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C'mon, the whole Forum is full of
your phunny Thoughts and apocalyptic Estimations!

rofl

@ southern Or,

i am sorry but the whole Discussion
is soooooo poisoned that is is already fun
to remember other People Claims!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


poisoned it maybe....

worst nuclear melt through in the history of mankind? FACT!


what is it you are pretending to protect?

is there something within you, or others, that you need to state less then the obvious?

curiosity overwhelms me as i read your posts?... what do you do? who are you? why do you bother?

the worlds worst nuclear incident is before our eyes, and you say that "eye, ok"??, dim shit?... which part of three nuclear breaches did you not witness?

certainly not just to hang around a conspiracy site.. because if so, your money is better spent saving the youth of tomorrow...

to shill me is factless, as there's evidence enough to know you are trolling the issue...

i will for evermore put you in the world of shame and hatred when i think of you.......

that.......... is a hard thing to do........ good night fuck tard........
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Fire Occurred near Unit 1-2 Ultrahigh Voltage Switchyard (Outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station


At around 10:59 AM on October 19, 2012, a TEPCO employee on patrol found a fire occurring near Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard* (outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The fire was reported to the fire department at 11:02 AM.

The employee performed a first-aid fire fighting and the fire was confirmed to have been put out at 11:12 AM. The fire department will investigate the site.

There was no injury due to the fire and no significant change has been found with the monitoring post data and plant condition.

* Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard
Facility used for transmitting the power generated in Units 1 and 2 to the power transmission system, which is currently not in use.

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As a result of the site investigation by the fire department, the fire was confirmed to be extinguished at 12:07 PM. The area affected by the fire is estimated to be approx. 20m x approx. 20m (Note). The cause of the fire will be investigated.



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Fire Occurred near Unit 1-2 Ultrahigh Voltage Switchyard (Outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station


At around 10:59 AM on October 19, 2012, a TEPCO employee on patrol found a fire occurring near Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard* (outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The fire was reported to the fire department at 11:02 AM.

The employee performed a first-aid fire fighting and the fire was confirmed to have been put out at 11:12 AM. The fire department will investigate the site.

There was no injury due to the fire and no significant change has been found with the monitoring post data and plant condition.

* Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard
Facility used for transmitting the power generated in Units 1 and 2 to the power transmission system, which is currently not in use.

---
As a result of the site investigation by the fire department, the fire was confirmed to be extinguished at 12:07 PM. The area affected by the fire is estimated to be approx. 20m x approx. 20m (Note). The cause of the fire will be investigated.



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 Quoting: the mighty Atom


nothing you post is anything less then tepco trollop...

yeah, we can read the same rubbish at their website? so?

you ingratiating yourself? try again.....

they lie, you lie, it is all lies, the filthy thing kills the children of the world 24/7.... nothing you can say or do will make it different.....

thankyou for making me change tack.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Fire Occurred near Unit 1-2 Ultrahigh Voltage Switchyard (Outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station


At around 10:59 AM on October 19, 2012, a TEPCO employee on patrol found a fire occurring near Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard* (outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The fire was reported to the fire department at 11:02 AM.

The employee performed a first-aid fire fighting and the fire was confirmed to have been put out at 11:12 AM. The fire department will investigate the site.

There was no injury due to the fire and no significant change has been found with the monitoring post data and plant condition.

* Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard
Facility used for transmitting the power generated in Units 1 and 2 to the power transmission system, which is currently not in use.

---
As a result of the site investigation by the fire department, the fire was confirmed to be extinguished at 12:07 PM. The area affected by the fire is estimated to be approx. 20m x approx. 20m (Note). The cause of the fire will be investigated.



[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


nothing you post is anything less then tepco trollop...

yeah, we can read the same rubbish at their website? so?

you ingratiating yourself? try again.....

they lie, you lie, it is all lies, the filthy thing kills the children of the world 24/7.... nothing you can say or do will make it different.....

thankyou for making me change tack.....
 Quoting: citizenperth


C'mon, you wrote that you go for a Sleep
(good night fuck tard........)
Now please go and dream well!

"Sayonara" and Happy Thoughts!

Last Edited by the mighty Atom on 10/19/2012 06:55 AM
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Fire Occurred near Unit 1-2 Ultrahigh Voltage Switchyard (Outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station


At around 10:59 AM on October 19, 2012, a TEPCO employee on patrol found a fire occurring near Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard* (outdoor) at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The fire was reported to the fire department at 11:02 AM.

The employee performed a first-aid fire fighting and the fire was confirmed to have been put out at 11:12 AM. The fire department will investigate the site.

There was no injury due to the fire and no significant change has been found with the monitoring post data and plant condition.

* Unit 1-2 ultrahigh voltage switchyard
Facility used for transmitting the power generated in Units 1 and 2 to the power transmission system, which is currently not in use.

---
As a result of the site investigation by the fire department, the fire was confirmed to be extinguished at 12:07 PM. The area affected by the fire is estimated to be approx. 20m x approx. 20m (Note). The cause of the fire will be investigated.



[link to www.tepco.co.jp]
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


nothing you post is anything less then tepco trollop...

yeah, we can read the same rubbish at their website? so?

you ingratiating yourself? try again.....

they lie, you lie, it is all lies, the filthy thing kills the children of the world 24/7.... nothing you can say or do will make it different.....

thankyou for making me change tack.....
 Quoting: citizenperth


C'mon, you wrote that you go for a Sleep
(good night fuck tard........)
Now please go and dream well!

"Sayonara" and Happy Thoughts!
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


not if you're blessing with your presence.... no way... sushi?
told you and your tepco friends a long time ago.... want me to post what you don't want seen?

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 10/19/2012 07:15 AM
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not if you're blessing with your presence.... no way... sushi?
told you and your tepco friends a long time ago.... want me to post what you don't want seen?
 Quoting: citizenperth


I know that you have Problems with the English Language
but please give a proper Translation:

.... want me to post what you don't want seen?

This sounds highly interesting but please create a Thread
for this "before" you destroy tiny Buggy-Chans Thread!

Mmmmmmmmkay?
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