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Nuclear regulator urges TEPCO to seek help

An official from Japan's nuclear regulator has urged the operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant to seek government help if it cannot handle the massive volumes of radioactive water on its own.

Nuclear Regulation Authority Commissioner Toyoshi Fuketa visited the plant on Friday. The move comes as the Tokyo Electric Power Company found on Monday that 300 tons of highly radioactive water had leaked from one of many storage tanks installed at the plant.

Fuketa inspected an area near the tank. He later told reporters that the utility had not considered the possibility of leakage from a tank and was ill-prepared. Fuketa also criticized the company for not keeping records of radiation levels near the tanks on a regular basis. He said such records would have helped workers notice abnormalities more quickly.
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Nuclear watchdog says TEPCO failed to properly monitor tanks

HIRONO — The operator of Japan’s wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was careless in monitoring tanks storing dangerously radioactive water, the nuclear regulator said on Friday, the latest development in a crisis no one seems to know how to contain.

Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) also failed to keep records of inspections of the tanks, Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) Commissioner Toyoshi Fuketa told reporters after a visit to the nearby Fukushima Daiichi plant.

“Fundamentally, for a facility holding that kind of radioactive water, they did not take action that foresaw the risks of possible leaks,” Fuketa said.

“On top of that, and this is an impression I had before my visit, I can’t help but say that the inspections were careless.”

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Nuclear regulator raps TEPCO for lax management of water tanks

The Nuclear Regulation Authority on Friday criticized as lax Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s management of water storage tanks at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, after NRA officials visited areas where serious leakage was confirmed recently.

"The company has not left any record of inspections (of the tanks). I have to call this sloppy," NRA Commissioner Toyoshi Fuketa said.
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Surge in Sellafield apprenticeships

A record number of young people are to start courses leading to employment at the UK's nuclear fuel cycle centre, Sellafield.

Swelling numbers of apprentices have made this year's intake of 121 a record for the site - one likely to be broken in 2014 as the trend continues. Sellafield Ltd managing director Tony Price said "This is a record intake for us but apprentice numbers have increased over the last five years, and will continue to."

Courses on health physics and project management have been added to the usual ones of electrical and mechanical skills as well as business administration. Those apprentices that complete the three-and-a-half year courses are guaranteed a job in the nuclear industry, said Sellafield Ltd.
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Viewing Fukushima in the cold light of Chernobyl

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster spread significant radioactive contamination over more than 3500 square miles of the Japanese mainland in the spring of 2011. Now several recently published studies of Chernobyl, directed by Timothy Mousseau of the University of South Carolina and Anders Moller of the Universite Paris-Sud, are bringing a new focus on just how extensive the long-term effects on Japanese wildlife might be.

Their work underscores the idea that, in the wake of the Chernobyl catastrophe in 1986, there have been many lost opportunities to better understand the effects of radiation on life, particularly in nature rather than the laboratory. The researchers fear that the history of lost opportunities is largely being replayed in Fukushima.
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Heh, look at the picture at link... "tank inspection"... click the pic for full size...

Work at Fukushima Daiichi overwhelmed by contaminated water

Tokyo Electric Power Company, the utility which owns and manages the cleanup at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant admitted earlier this summer that highly contaminated water was leaking from the plant into the Pacific Ocean. TEPCO has estimated that some 10 trillion becquerels of strontium and 20 trillion becquerels of cesium have leaked into the Pacific Ocean since May of 2011, but that figure is expected to grow because TEPCO has failed to stop the flow of radioactive water into the sea and also because the radioactive elements are easily absorbed into the soil.
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Palisades NPP...

VIOLATION OF THE FITNESS FOR DUTY PROGRAM

A licensed employee had a confirmed positive for alcohol during a random fitness-for-duty test. The employee's access to the plant has been terminated.

The licensee informed the NRC Resident Inspector and will inform stakeholders at their scheduled meeting.
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Pilgrim NPP...

REACTOR PROTECTION ACTUATION (SCRAM)

"On Thursday, August 22, 2013 at 0755 hours [EDT], with the reactor critical at approximately 98% core thermal power, and the mode switch in RUN, a manual reactor scram was inserted due to lowering reactor water level. The cause of the lowering reactor water level was due to the trip of all three Feedwater Pumps. The cause of the Feedwater Pump trip event is currently under investigation.

"Following the reactor scram, all control rods were verified to be fully inserted. All 4kV busses transferred to the Startup Transformer as designed. Following the scram the reactor water level lowered to +12 inches initiating the Primary Containment Isolation System (Group II, Reactor Building Isolation System (RBIS); and Group VI - Reactor Water Cleanup System) automatically as per design.

"Reactor water level lowered to -46 inches initiating Primary Containment Isolation System Group I - Main Steam Isolation Valves (MSIVs); Emergency Core Cooling Systems (ECCS) actuated which included automatic start and injection of the High Pressure Coolant Injection (HPCI) System and the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling (RCIC) System and an automatic start of the Emergency Diesel Generators as designed. Reactor water level was promptly restored to normal level.

"Currently a cooldown is in progress with reactor pressure is being maintained by the HPCI System operating in the pressure control mode and reactor water level is being maintained by the RCIC System. Reactor Water Clean-up System and normal reactor building ventilation have been restored. Off-site power is being supplied to the station by the Start-up Transformer (normal power supply for shutdown operations).
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Salem NPP...

UNIT 1 COMMENCED A TS REQUIRED SHUTDOWN DUE TO UNIDENTIFIED RCS LEAKAGE > 1 GPM

"Salem Unit 1 has initiated a unit shutdown in accordance with TS (Technical Specification) Action Statement 3.4.6.2(b) for unidentified leakage greater than 1 gpm [gallon per minute] (Entered on 8/22/13 at 1029 EDT). TS 3.4.6.2 Action Statement (b) requires a reduction of leakage rate to within limits within 4 hrs. or be in at least Hot Standby within the following 6 hours. Initial investigation has indicated that the leakage source is from packing on Pressurizer Spray Valve 1PS1 located in the RCS [Reactor Coolant System] Pressurizer shroud area inside Containment. Unidentified leakage is currently indicating 4 gpm. NRC Resident [Inspector] has been notified. Manual isolation is in progress.
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Heh, look at the picture at link... "tank inspection"... click the pic for full size...

Work at Fukushima Daiichi overwhelmed by contaminated water

Tokyo Electric Power Company, the utility which owns and manages the cleanup at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant admitted earlier this summer that highly contaminated water was leaking from the plant into the Pacific Ocean. TEPCO has estimated that some 10 trillion becquerels of strontium and 20 trillion becquerels of cesium have leaked into the Pacific Ocean since May of 2011, but that figure is expected to grow because TEPCO has failed to stop the flow of radioactive water into the sea and also because the radioactive elements are easily absorbed into the soil.
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That looks efficient. lol
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looks like a fun month coming up....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Lawmaker: Declare ‘State of Emergency’ right away and intervene at Fukushima — Japan Professor: Issue S.O.S. now, it’s really an emergency… Gov’t is utterly lost, international help is needed
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“Ultimate, worst-case scenario” underway at Fukushima? New York Times: Experts suspect intense contamination is seeping out from under melted-down reactors and into Pacific — Will surpass even the leaks from disaster’s early days
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TV: We’re talking about generations being affected by Fukushima, and also their future healthcare… How are those in charge getting away with this, time after time by just saying sorry? — What do we tell the younger generation about what happened to our ocean? (VIDEOS)
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I think they are catching on.... lol






Nuclear Experts: Portion of Fukushima’s molten fuel believed to have “moved into earth” — Melted cores contacting groundwater may be cause of recent spike in radiation levels -CTV
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The recent spike in radiation levels in the water may therefore be coming from groundwater coming into contact with the melted cores.
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Oh yeah, we're sooooo sorry.... standard japanese reaction...

TEPCO apologizes for contaminated water leak

The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has apologized for the leakage of radioactive water from one of its storage tanks.

Tokyo Electric Power Company revealed earlier this week that more than 300 tons of highly contaminated water had leaked. The water is thought to have entered a ditch and seeped into the Pacific Ocean.

On Saturday, TEPCO Vice President Zengo Aizawa who heads the company's nuclear power division, met the Deputy Governor of Fukushima Prefecture, Masao Uchibori, at the prefectural government office.

Aizawa expressed deep apology for the water leakage. He said TEPCO will give the problem highest priority.
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TEPCO continues tank investigation

The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is investigating the leakage of radioactive water from a holding tank.

Officials at Tokyo Electric Power Company estimate more than 300 tons of highly radioactive water leaked from a tank near the Number 4 reactor this month. Some of the water is believed to have drained into the ocean through a ditch.

TEPCO officials said on Saturday the tank sank 20 centimeters into the ground in a test carried out in July, 2011.

They said the sinking may have deformed or damaged the tank. They said they are investigating whether this has anything to do with the leak.
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The whole site is a giant sinkhole...

Tank where toxic water leaked may have been deformed: TEPCO

A huge storage tank from which about 300 tons of highly radioactive water leaked at the crisis-ridden Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant may have deteriorated and become deformed as a result of being moved and reassembled, plant operator said Saturday.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said the tank was first installed at a different location in June 2011, after the Fukushima nuclear disaster was triggered by a huge earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

But after its foundation was found to have cracked after the tank sank in the ground, it was dismantled and reassembled at its current location where the leak occurred, the utility said.
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The shills are having a shillfest on all of the fuku threads, lately.

MSM reporting has brought them out of the woodwork.

Damage control.
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The shills are having a shillfest on all of the fuku threads, lately.

MSM reporting has brought them out of the woodwork.

Damage control.
 Quoting: Waterbug

Here's one of them...

Oh noes! New 'CRISIS DISASTER' at Fukushima! Oh wait, it's nothing. Again
But hey, let's soil ourselves repeatedly anyway


The world's media is working itself into an unedifying state of hysteria (again) following the news that radioactive water has leaked from a holding tank at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, damaged two years back by a tsunami and earthquake which led to the death and injury of more than 20,000 people - though not a single one of those casualties resulted from radiation.

However the frightful death toll which actually happened was pretty much ignored by the world's media, which chose to focus on non-existent dangers that might have resulted from radioactive material escaping from the damaged reactors at Fukushima. In the end, the nuclear apocalypse failed to appear - the scientific consensus is that absolutely no health effects due to the Fukushima radiation will ever be detectable - and the journalists reluctantly gave up.

But now they're back. We hear from Reuters today:

Japan's NUCLEAR CRISIS escalated to its WORST LEVEL since a massive earthquake and tsunami CRIPPLED the Fukushima plant more than two years ago ... nearby China said it was "SHOCKED" ... the DISASTER - the WORST nuclear accident since Chernobyl a quarter of a century earlier ... Water in the latest leak is so CONTAMINATED that a person standing close to it for an hour would receive FIVE TIMES the annual recommended limit for nuclear workers.

So this is a pretty minor industrial-waste spill; thousands of more serious accidents occur every single day.

It's not global news. It's not national news. It would barely even be local news, in a sane world.

But it's not a sane world, and the media crusade against nuclear power rolls on.
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
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The shills are having a shillfest on all of the fuku threads, lately.

MSM reporting has brought them out of the woodwork.

Damage control.
 Quoting: Waterbug

Here's one of them...

Oh noes! New 'CRISIS DISASTER' at Fukushima! Oh wait, it's nothing. Again
But hey, let's soil ourselves repeatedly anyway


The world's media is working itself into an unedifying state of hysteria (again) following the news that radioactive water has leaked from a holding tank at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, damaged two years back by a tsunami and earthquake which led to the death and injury of more than 20,000 people - though not a single one of those casualties resulted from radiation.

However the frightful death toll which actually happened was pretty much ignored by the world's media, which chose to focus on non-existent dangers that might have resulted from radioactive material escaping from the damaged reactors at Fukushima. In the end, the nuclear apocalypse failed to appear - the scientific consensus is that absolutely no health effects due to the Fukushima radiation will ever be detectable - and the journalists reluctantly gave up.

But now they're back. We hear from Reuters today:

Japan's NUCLEAR CRISIS escalated to its WORST LEVEL since a massive earthquake and tsunami CRIPPLED the Fukushima plant more than two years ago ... nearby China said it was "SHOCKED" ... the DISASTER - the WORST nuclear accident since Chernobyl a quarter of a century earlier ... Water in the latest leak is so CONTAMINATED that a person standing close to it for an hour would receive FIVE TIMES the annual recommended limit for nuclear workers.

So this is a pretty minor industrial-waste spill; thousands of more serious accidents occur every single day.

It's not global news. It's not national news. It would barely even be local news, in a sane world.

But it's not a sane world, and the media crusade against nuclear power rolls on.
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
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What a lie.
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In depth oceanic radiation studies from the fukushima nuclear disaster.
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Thanks, TG.

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The shills are having a shillfest on all of the fuku threads, lately.

MSM reporting has brought them out of the woodwork.

Damage control.
 Quoting: Waterbug

Here's one of them...

Oh noes! New 'CRISIS DISASTER' at Fukushima! Oh wait, it's nothing. Again
But hey, let's soil ourselves repeatedly anyway


The world's media is working itself into an unedifying state of hysteria (again) following the news that radioactive water has leaked from a holding tank at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, damaged two years back by a tsunami and earthquake which led to the death and injury of more than 20,000 people - though not a single one of those casualties resulted from radiation.

However the frightful death toll which actually happened was pretty much ignored by the world's media, which chose to focus on non-existent dangers that might have resulted from radioactive material escaping from the damaged reactors at Fukushima. In the end, the nuclear apocalypse failed to appear - the scientific consensus is that absolutely no health effects due to the Fukushima radiation will ever be detectable - and the journalists reluctantly gave up.

But now they're back. We hear from Reuters today:

Japan's NUCLEAR CRISIS escalated to its WORST LEVEL since a massive earthquake and tsunami CRIPPLED the Fukushima plant more than two years ago ... nearby China said it was "SHOCKED" ... the DISASTER - the WORST nuclear accident since Chernobyl a quarter of a century earlier ... Water in the latest leak is so CONTAMINATED that a person standing close to it for an hour would receive FIVE TIMES the annual recommended limit for nuclear workers.

So this is a pretty minor industrial-waste spill; thousands of more serious accidents occur every single day.

It's not global news. It's not national news. It would barely even be local news, in a sane world.

But it's not a sane world, and the media crusade against nuclear power rolls on.
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38176253

1rof1

I can tell you that some silly bitch with about 7 kids has written that news report, as they angrily try to deny everything bad or scary about fukushima and radiation, its all because they are afraid that it could affect their own family and lifestyle. She obviously has her head shoved up her arse whilst buried in a large sand dune, and at the same time does not have the slightest clue about nuclear physics or the dangers of radiation.
Now if its a bloke that wrote this news piece, then he's definitely a huge pussy.
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[link to www.ucsusa.org]


List of reactors built below dams.
Which one will be the next Fuku..?


Alabama:
Browns Ferry, Units 1, 2, 3
Arkansas:
Arkansas Nuclear, Units 1, 2
Louisiana:
Waterford, Unit 3
Minnesota:
Prairie Island, Units 1, 2
Nebraska:
Cooper
Fort Calhoun
New Jersey:
Hope Creek, Unit 1
Salem, Units 1, 2
New York:
Indian Point, Units 2, 3
North Carolina:
McGuire, Units 1, 2
Pennsylvania:
Beaver Valley, Units 1, 2
Peach Bottom, Units 2, 3
Three Mile Island, Unit 1
Tennessee:
Sequoyah, Unit 1
Watts Bar, Unit 1
Texas:
South Texas, Units 1, 2
South Car
olina:
H.B. Robinson, Unit 2
Oconee, Units 1, 2, 3
Vermont:
Vermont Yankee
Virginia:
Surrey, Units 1, 2
Washington:
Columbia
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The shills are having a shillfest on all of the fuku threads, lately.

MSM reporting has brought them out of the woodwork.

Damage control.
 Quoting: Waterbug

Here's one of them...

Oh noes! New 'CRISIS DISASTER' at Fukushima! Oh wait, it's nothing. Again
But hey, let's soil ourselves repeatedly anyway


The world's media is working itself into an unedifying state of hysteria (again) following the news that radioactive water has leaked from a holding tank at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, damaged two years back by a tsunami and earthquake which led to the death and injury of more than 20,000 people - though not a single one of those casualties resulted from radiation.

However the frightful death toll which actually happened was pretty much ignored by the world's media, which chose to focus on non-existent dangers that might have resulted from radioactive material escaping from the damaged reactors at Fukushima. In the end, the nuclear apocalypse failed to appear - the scientific consensus is that absolutely no health effects due to the Fukushima radiation will ever be detectable - and the journalists reluctantly gave up.

But now they're back. We hear from Reuters today:

Japan's NUCLEAR CRISIS escalated to its WORST LEVEL since a massive earthquake and tsunami CRIPPLED the Fukushima plant more than two years ago ... nearby China said it was "SHOCKED" ... the DISASTER - the WORST nuclear accident since Chernobyl a quarter of a century earlier ... Water in the latest leak is so CONTAMINATED that a person standing close to it for an hour would receive FIVE TIMES the annual recommended limit for nuclear workers.

So this is a pretty minor industrial-waste spill; thousands of more serious accidents occur every single day.

It's not global news. It's not national news. It would barely even be local news, in a sane world.

But it's not a sane world, and the media crusade against nuclear power rolls on.
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38176253

1rof1

I can tell you that some silly bitch with about 7 kids has written that news report, as they angrily try to deny everything bad or scary about fukushima and radiation, its all because they are afraid that it could affect their own family and lifestyle. She obviously has her head shoved up her arse whilst buried in a large sand dune, and at the same time does not have the slightest clue about nuclear physics or the dangers of radiation.
Now if its a bloke that wrote this news piece, then he's definitely a huge pussy.
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gimmie a day or two, i'll pick it to pieces, academically of course ;)
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Nice start to the week.....

Thread: YUP! Every bluefin tuna tested in the waters off California has shown to be contaminated with radiation from Fukushima. Every SINGLE ONE!

Thread: It is alleged that there is too much radiation for the workers to deal with units 1-3, the plant is out of control and effectively abandoned.

Thread: Breaking!, Cloud seeding to mitigate the drought in Japan, is it more sinister than we realize? Read this researched report from Esoteric Morgan

Thread: Fukushima incineration deals now the new norm. TEPCO won't own the materials, as it will be 'off site'
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Alaska Newspaper: Concern Fukushima nuclear waste is tainting our salmon — Worried about impact on humans — Scientists urged to conduct tests
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Local Gov’t Official in Fukushima: “One day the world will sue Japan for this” (VIDEO)
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08/26/2013 10:38 AM
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Re: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
TV: “The Japanese are part of a massive non-consensual experiment on radiation exposure” — “Everywhere now is radioactive, we can’t escape it,” say Fukushima locals at beach (VIDEO)
[link to enenews.com]





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