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TEPCO shows media fuel rod removal work at Fukushima

OKUMA, Japan — More than two years after Japan’s nuclear disaster, damaged vehicles, twisted metal and other debris remains strewn about the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Scores of black and gray pipes and hoses cover the ground in some places, part of the company’s makeshift system to pump water into the damaged reactors to keep them from overheating.

TEPCO showed off a massive, nearly complete steel structure designed to help workers extract more than 1,500 fuel rods from a damaged reactor building — No. 4 reactor — at the center of international concerns.

Concerns have focused on the fuel rods in the cooling pool of No. 4 because the pool sits atop the damaged building and remains vulnerable to earthquakes. Currently, a jury-rigged system of pipes and hoses pumps water into the fuel pool to keep it cool, as well as into the reactor cores and fuel pools of nearby reactors 1, 2 and 3.

TEPCO built the 52-meter—tall structure next to and partially over the remains of No. 4 reactor, which suffered a hydrogen explosion after the disaster, to safely remove the 1,533 fuel rods. The rods will be transferred to a joint cooling pool inside a nearby lower building.
[link to www.japantoday.com]

Something wrong about this... "joint cooling pool inside a nearby lower building", has to be the Common Pool with a capacity of 6840 bundles. At the time of the accident there were 6375 bundles in that pool which gives it can hold another 465 bundles but there are 1533 bundles in the SFP4... are my figures wrong?... have they moved bundles from the Common Pool somewhere else?... maybe to SPF5 and SPF6 which have enough free capacity... AFAIK they haven't... Waterbug, or someone else, help me out with the math or something I've missed...
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TEPCO shows media fuel rod removal work at Fukushima

OKUMA, Japan — More than two years after Japan’s nuclear disaster, damaged vehicles, twisted metal and other debris remains strewn about the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Scores of black and gray pipes and hoses cover the ground in some places, part of the company’s makeshift system to pump water into the damaged reactors to keep them from overheating.

TEPCO showed off a massive, nearly complete steel structure designed to help workers extract more than 1,500 fuel rods from a damaged reactor building — No. 4 reactor — at the center of international concerns.

Concerns have focused on the fuel rods in the cooling pool of No. 4 because the pool sits atop the damaged building and remains vulnerable to earthquakes. Currently, a jury-rigged system of pipes and hoses pumps water into the fuel pool to keep it cool, as well as into the reactor cores and fuel pools of nearby reactors 1, 2 and 3.

TEPCO built the 52-meter—tall structure next to and partially over the remains of No. 4 reactor, which suffered a hydrogen explosion after the disaster, to safely remove the 1,533 fuel rods. The rods will be transferred to a joint cooling pool inside a nearby lower building.
[link to www.japantoday.com]

Something wrong about this... "joint cooling pool inside a nearby lower building", has to be the Common Pool with a capacity of 6840 bundles. At the time of the accident there were 6375 bundles in that pool which gives it can hold another 465 bundles but there are 1533 bundles in the SFP4... are my figures wrong?... have they moved bundles from the Common Pool somewhere else?... maybe to SPF5 and SPF6 which have enough free capacity... AFAIK they haven't... Waterbug, or someone else, help me out with the math or something I've missed...
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I'm with you. Must be the common. Did we miss a transfer to casks..?
Maybe AB knows something.
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OK, thanks... and I should have wrote SFP5 and SFP6... friday evening here and the whisky is affecting my spelling... lol...

wine dasbier hf
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OK, thanks... and I should have wrote SFP5 and SFP6... friday evening here and the whisky is affecting my spelling... lol...

wine dasbier hf
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No worries.. cheers
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Cleanup From Fukushima Daiichi: Technological Disaster Or Crisis In Governance?
More than 19,000 Japanese drowned, their bodies scattered on Japan’s eastern shores when a tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Kevin Wang wanted to help, and his Anaheim, Califonia-based company, PowerPlus, had the cleaning know-how to handle almost anything. Wang has spent decades developing equipment to clean up almost every sort of nasty gunk in existence, from massive oil spills, to radiological contamination, to dead bodies in quantity.

Immediately after the tsunami, Wang visited the Japanese consul general in Los Angeles to offer his company’s assistance in dealing the huge threat to public health posed by this mass casualty event. The response by Japan’s consul-general made Wang’s jaw drop. “Absolutely not,” the consul replied, continuing on with rejection language so brusque, Wang had no doubt his offer was taken as an insult.

Far from being an isolated incident, the encounter that Wang had now seems to be a harbinger of the systemic denial that has crippled the Japanese government’s response to the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. First-hand witnesses have described a deeply flawed reaction to the nuclear meltdown that has been marked by an underestimation of the extent of the contamination, insufficient radiological testing, and a glacially-slow response making clean-up harder as time passes. Most damning of all has been a stubborn unwillingess to use desperately needed clean-up assistance by ignoring technical competence in favor of political influence.
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Cleanup From Fukushima Daiichi: Technological Disaster Or Crisis In Governance?
More than 19,000 Japanese drowned, their bodies scattered on Japan’s eastern shores when a tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Kevin Wang wanted to help, and his Anaheim, Califonia-based company, PowerPlus, had the cleaning know-how to handle almost anything. Wang has spent decades developing equipment to clean up almost every sort of nasty gunk in existence, from massive oil spills, to radiological contamination, to dead bodies in quantity.

Immediately after the tsunami, Wang visited the Japanese consul general in Los Angeles to offer his company’s assistance in dealing the huge threat to public health posed by this mass casualty event. The response by Japan’s consul-general made Wang’s jaw drop. “Absolutely not,” the consul replied, continuing on with rejection language so brusque, Wang had no doubt his offer was taken as an insult.

Far from being an isolated incident, the encounter that Wang had now seems to be a harbinger of the systemic denial that has crippled the Japanese government’s response to the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. First-hand witnesses have described a deeply flawed reaction to the nuclear meltdown that has been marked by an underestimation of the extent of the contamination, insufficient radiological testing, and a glacially-slow response making clean-up harder as time passes. Most damning of all has been a stubborn unwillingess to use desperately needed clean-up assistance by ignoring technical competence in favor of political influence.
[link to fairewinds.org]
 Quoting: Southern OR


This Story is again not the full Truth,
since Day 1. Foreigners was consulted and worked in Daiichi to avoid a real Catastrophe namely the lost of at least East-Japan, incl. Tokyo and Sendai!

I really would be a bit careful with Fairwinds, this People are not neutral
and real Shills!

@ Rod Moving,
i have a look for it later, there was something going on
but i have to dig in my HDD!
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Cleanup From Fukushima Daiichi: Technological Disaster Or Crisis In Governance?
More than 19,000 Japanese drowned, their bodies scattered on Japan’s eastern shores when a tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Kevin Wang wanted to help, and his Anaheim, Califonia-based company, PowerPlus, had the cleaning know-how to handle almost anything. Wang has spent decades developing equipment to clean up almost every sort of nasty gunk in existence, from massive oil spills, to radiological contamination, to dead bodies in quantity.

Immediately after the tsunami, Wang visited the Japanese consul general in Los Angeles to offer his company’s assistance in dealing the huge threat to public health posed by this mass casualty event. The response by Japan’s consul-general made Wang’s jaw drop. “Absolutely not,” the consul replied, continuing on with rejection language so brusque, Wang had no doubt his offer was taken as an insult.

Far from being an isolated incident, the encounter that Wang had now seems to be a harbinger of the systemic denial that has crippled the Japanese government’s response to the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. First-hand witnesses have described a deeply flawed reaction to the nuclear meltdown that has been marked by an underestimation of the extent of the contamination, insufficient radiological testing, and a glacially-slow response making clean-up harder as time passes. Most damning of all has been a stubborn unwillingess to use desperately needed clean-up assistance by ignoring technical competence in favor of political influence.
[link to fairewinds.org]
 Quoting: Southern OR


This Story is again not the full Truth,
since Day 1. Foreigners was consulted and worked in Daiichi to avoid a real Catastrophe namely the lost of at least East-Japan, incl. Tokyo and Sendai!

I really would be a bit careful with Fairwinds, this People are not neutral
and real Shills!

@ Rod Moving,
i have a look for it later, there was something going on
but i have to dig in my HDD!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41630433


the story started with a question.....

citz_ts1citz_atomicwar
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Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 06/15/2013 02:18 AM
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Mr Wasintokyo,

you said you have been here on that Day so you must have realized the Chaos, Confusion, Pain and Suffering, do you or do you just told us Lies as always?

I am sorry but a 3. Class Company who cant even speak Japanese is the wrong choice!

We had already big Problems with the Americans and they have normally very good Translator!
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Mr Wasintokyo,

you said you have been here on that Day so you must have realized the Chaos, Confusion, Pain and Suffering, do you or do you just told us Lies as always?

I am sorry but a 3. Class Company who cant even speak Japanese is the wrong choice!

We had already big Problems with the Americans and they have normally very good Translator!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41630433


The Western Australian Department of Health is 3rd Class?... well fuck me blind... I love the way YOUR medical fraternity have handled it ;)
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Mr Wasintokyo,

you said you have been here on that Day so you must have realized the Chaos, Confusion, Pain and Suffering, do you or do you just told us Lies as always?

I am sorry but a 3. Class Company who cant even speak Japanese is the wrong choice!

We had already big Problems with the Americans and they have normally very good Translator!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41630433


The Western Australian Department of Health is 3rd Class?... well fuck me blind... I love the way YOUR medical fraternity have handled it ;)
 Quoting: Citizenperth


We spoke about a California based Company (See Above, you blind Shill)
Not about your Kindergarten!
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Wow you people are still worrying about this crap?

Go back to the Gulf Oil Spill Doom or something ... yawn
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We all know where this is going. And its not to Santa Clause's house to be gift-wrapped for us (which they are currently trying to do right now). This shit is going to the cleaners with a stain that the Koreans will not be able to get out.
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Yep, couple years later know and you all are still talking about it like it is some sort of worldwide doom ...

whatever
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We all know where this is going. And its not to Santa Clause's house to be gift-wrapped for us (which they are currently trying to do right now). This shit is going to the cleaners with a stain that the Koreans will not be able to get out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1392631


Yep, couple years later know and you all are still talking about it like it is some sort of worldwide doom ...

whatever
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The Situation was and is serious and we come closer and closer to the next Accident with every passing Hour!
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Hi Waterbug, CP, Sweden, So Oregon et al.

Just checking in to see how you all are doing. Sorry I haven't been around here for awhile. I've been traveling quite a bit lately. I'm sure that it was reported in this thread that San Onofre will not be restarted. Here is the most recent article [link to www.danapointtimes.com] that I found. It's nice to get a bit of good news in a world full of nuclear reactor problems.

Hope all of you are doing well. I missed our small circle of online friends.

Wishing you all the best for you and your families.

Fishy
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Hi Waterbug, CP, Sweden, So Oregon et al.

Just checking in to see how you all are doing. Sorry I haven't been around here for awhile. I've been traveling quite a bit lately. I'm sure that it was reported in this thread that San Onofre will not be restarted. Here is the most recent article [link to www.danapointtimes.com] that I found. It's nice to get a bit of good news in a world full of nuclear reactor problems.

Hope all of you are doing well. I missed our small circle of online friends.

Wishing you all the best for you and your families.

Fishy
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hi fishy... yes, i know the two interpreters that were on stage at the conference.... heard the results a few minutes by text... was an awesome rest of 24 hours, emails and such going everywhere... the next should be hanford.....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Hi Waterbug, CP, Sweden, So Oregon et al.

Just checking in to see how you all are doing. Sorry I haven't been around here for awhile. I've been traveling quite a bit lately. I'm sure that it was reported in this thread that San Onofre will not be restarted. Here is the most recent article [link to www.danapointtimes.com] that I found. It's nice to get a bit of good news in a world full of nuclear reactor problems.

Hope all of you are doing well. I missed our small circle of online friends.

Wishing you all the best for you and your families.

Fishy
 Quoting: Fishy


hi fishy... yes, i know the two interpreters that were on stage at the conference.... heard the results a few minutes by text... was an awesome rest of 24 hours, emails and such going everywhere... the next should be hanford.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Do you know what the plan for Hanford is?
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Hi Waterbug, CP, Sweden, So Oregon et al.

Just checking in to see how you all are doing. Sorry I haven't been around here for awhile. I've been traveling quite a bit lately. I'm sure that it was reported in this thread that San Onofre will not be restarted. Here is the most recent article [link to www.danapointtimes.com] that I found. It's nice to get a bit of good news in a world full of nuclear reactor problems.

Hope all of you are doing well. I missed our small circle of online friends.

Wishing you all the best for you and your families.

Fishy
 Quoting: Fishy


hi fishy... yes, i know the two interpreters that were on stage at the conference.... heard the results a few minutes by text... was an awesome rest of 24 hours, emails and such going everywhere... the next should be hanford.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Do you know what the plan for Hanford is?
 Quoting: Fishy


[link to rt.com]

not clear fishy... they are in real trouble now with the impossible clean up and leakage... they don't want too much getting out...

investigations now prioritized

1. San Onofre compliance and decommissioning and the monitoring of funds

2. The Hanford problem/ crisis

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

that's Kendra and Cathy at the summit that put it down....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 06/15/2013 03:46 AM
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House O.K.’s nuclear national ‘park’ as Hanford cleanup lags
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved creation of a Manhattan Project National Historical Park at Hanford and two other sites, just a week after the federal government said it won’t be able to meet deadlines for cleaning up radioactive waste on the Eastern Washington nuclear reservation.

The new “park” would include a long-shut, World War II-vintage Hanford reactor — the reservation manufactured plutonium for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki — as well as sites in Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Los Alamos, N.M. The world’s first nuclear weapons blast, in July of 1945, took place in the New Mexico desert.

The designation comes as the U.S. Department of Energy admits new, vexing problems in cleaning up the world’s largest concentration of high-level radioactive waste. The waste is a legacy of 45 years spent making plutonium for nuclear weapons, in World War II and the Cold War.

Newly installed U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will tour Hanford next Wednesday, fulfilling a promise made to Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., at his confirmation hearing. As if to underscore the promise, Cantwell said: ”The secretary of energy is absolutely right to put Hanford cleanup at the top of his ‘to do’ list.”

More at: [link to blog.seattlepi.com]
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House O.K.’s nuclear national ‘park’ as Hanford cleanup lags
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved creation of a Manhattan Project National Historical Park at Hanford and two other sites, just a week after the federal government said it won’t be able to meet deadlines for cleaning up radioactive waste on the Eastern Washington nuclear reservation.

The new “park” would include a long-shut, World War II-vintage Hanford reactor — the reservation manufactured plutonium for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki — as well as sites in Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Los Alamos, N.M. The world’s first nuclear weapons blast, in July of 1945, took place in the New Mexico desert.

The designation comes as the U.S. Department of Energy admits new, vexing problems in cleaning up the world’s largest concentration of high-level radioactive waste. The waste is a legacy of 45 years spent making plutonium for nuclear weapons, in World War II and the Cold War.

Newly installed U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will tour Hanford next Wednesday, fulfilling a promise made to Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., at his confirmation hearing. As if to underscore the promise, Cantwell said: ”The secretary of energy is absolutely right to put Hanford cleanup at the top of his ‘to do’ list.”

More at: [link to blog.seattlepi.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41630433


good news, the same people (including fairwinds), that you right off whenever it pleases your masters, were instrumental, and funnily enough the first to offer instruction at the fuku crisis.. you sit on a strange fence ABso

fupicshl

your 'heroes' at fuku TEPCO and GOV are blatantly in contravention of international law for purposeful genocide.. they will, mark my words be held accountable is the watchword now...

what say you now....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth on 06/15/2013 08:22 AM
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Can anyone provide a world-wide map of the spred of radiation over the northern hemisphere?????

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Iran is ready to build uranium enrichment plants abroad and to advise countries importing nuclear power plants on how to write contracts protecting their rights, Iranian vice president and head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Fereydoun Abbasi-Davani, said in Vienna Tuesday.

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW poor little chooz troll, Persia will never
acceed to YOUR specifications. hahaahahahaahahaha

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House O.K.’s nuclear national ‘park’ as Hanford cleanup lags
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved creation of a Manhattan Project National Historical Park at Hanford and two other sites, just a week after the federal government said it won’t be able to meet deadlines for cleaning up radioactive waste on the Eastern Washington nuclear reservation.

The new “park” would include a long-shut, World War II-vintage Hanford reactor — the reservation manufactured plutonium for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki — as well as sites in Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Los Alamos, N.M. The world’s first nuclear weapons blast, in July of 1945, took place in the New Mexico desert.

The designation comes as the U.S. Department of Energy admits new, vexing problems in cleaning up the world’s largest concentration of high-level radioactive waste. The waste is a legacy of 45 years spent making plutonium for nuclear weapons, in World War II and the Cold War.

Newly installed U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will tour Hanford next Wednesday, fulfilling a promise made to Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., at his confirmation hearing. As if to underscore the promise, Cantwell said: ”The secretary of energy is absolutely right to put Hanford cleanup at the top of his ‘to do’ list.”

More at: [link to blog.seattlepi.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41630433


good news, the same people (including fairwinds), that you right off whenever it pleases your masters, were instrumental, and funnily enough the first to offer instruction at the fuku crisis.. you sit on a strange fence ABso



your 'heroes' at fuku TEPCO and GOV are blatantly in contravention of international law for purposeful genocide.. they will, mark my words be held accountable is the watchword now...

what say you now....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I don't get what you want to say, Hanford, F'Shima or your Alcohol Problem?

And i am not sitting on a Fence, actually i write in a Standing/ Hanging Position because of my Spine!
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Can anyone provide a world-wide map of the spred of radiation over the northern hemisphere?????


 Quoting: Rose Hunter 41701866


You can look for it by yourself,
just use Startpage (Google) and Image Search and you get a few Pics!

Some of them are reality but the most is just a Simulation!
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The actual Geiger Map:
[link to japan.failedrobot.com]

Looks very good, even F'Shima-City is coming with 0.155 Microsievert/ Hour and Average!
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Can anyone provide a world-wide map of the spred of radiation over the northern hemisphere?????


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yes
[link to enenews.com]

here you go

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
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06/15/2013 11:46 AM
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Triple post...? for emphasis..? or are you whistling through the graveyard..?

Come back and give us your argument and substantiated proof..
I, for one, will wait with extreme anticipation of a
truly life-changing post.





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Wow you people are still worrying about this crap?

Go back to the Gulf Oil Spill Doom or something ... yawn
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We all know where this is going. And its not to Santa Clause's house to be gift-wrapped for us (which they are currently trying to do right now). This shit is going to the cleaners with a stain that the Koreans will not be able to get out.
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Yep, couple years later know and you all are still talking about it like it is some sort of worldwide doom ...

whatever
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06/15/2013 11:53 AM
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Hi Waterbug, CP, Sweden, So Oregon et al.

Just checking in to see how you all are doing. Sorry I haven't been around here for awhile. I've been traveling quite a bit lately. I'm sure that it was reported in this thread that San Onofre will not be restarted. Here is the most recent article [link to www.danapointtimes.com] that I found. It's nice to get a bit of good news in a world full of nuclear reactor problems.

Hope all of you are doing well. I missed our small circle of online friends.

Wishing you all the best for you and your families.

Fishy
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Thanks, Fishy. Good to see ya..

San Onofre is done. Progress made.
Gratifying, although they had to shoot themselves in their own foot to get it done.

Is that ironic?
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06/15/2013 12:36 PM
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Hi Waterbug, CP, Sweden, So Oregon et al.

Just checking in to see how you all are doing. Sorry I haven't been around here for awhile. I've been traveling quite a bit lately. I'm sure that it was reported in this thread that San Onofre will not be restarted. Here is the most recent article [link to www.danapointtimes.com] that I found. It's nice to get a bit of good news in a world full of nuclear reactor problems.

Hope all of you are doing well. I missed our small circle of online friends.

Wishing you all the best for you and your families.

Fishy
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hf
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Nuclear regulators inspect Ohi power plant

Japan's nuclear regulators are inspecting the Ohi power plant on the Sea of Japan coast for whether it meets safety requirements that will take effect in July.

The complex has the only 2 currently operating nuclear reactors in the country.

On Saturday, 23 officials from the Nuclear Regulation Authority are carrying out an on-site inspection at the plant operated by Kansai Electric Power Company.

The officials will make a final decision later this month on whether to allow the 2 reactors to remain online beyond July.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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