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I just wanted to say farewell bug.Im so sorry this happened you were a good buddy to a lot of us here rip.hfverysad
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Sad news.

RIP Waterbug

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Blessings to all who loved Waterbug.
Peace,p.
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Blessings to all who loved Waterbug.
Peace,p.
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bump
One Tequila!
Two Tequila!
Three Tequila, ...... Floor!
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It's been almost four years since fukushima. Are people dropping like flies yet?
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It's been almost four years since fukushima. Are people dropping like flies yet?
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Yes, 20s and 30s are being gone at least one every day, which should be quite unlikely in normal circumstances, in Ibaraki prefecture which is located just beneath of Fukushima.
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Blessings to all who loved Waterbug.
Peace,p.
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hf
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It's been almost four years since fukushima. Are people dropping like flies yet?
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Yes, 20s and 30s are being gone at least one every day, which should be quite unlikely in normal circumstances, in Ibaraki prefecture which is located just beneath of Fukushima.
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oh fuck off the both of you.. i have both usernames just now on my other thread... are you bum buddy yakuza?

let me just add that to my list (and i did), of your epic fails.....

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I went to a funeral a few days ago. They had a professional singer who sang the songs very, very well.

There was one that was one that was very disturbing to me...

"Death in July."

I put together a graphic summary about Japan's Tsunami Marine Debris that has been crossing the pacific ocean since 3/11/11.

It's from NOAA.

I used computers to come out with the most accurate estimated time it would arrive on the North American coastline.

My ETA was Sunday, July 13, 2014 ...

See the graphic here:

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Goodbye bug. I'm really sorry that you lost your fight but happy that you are no longer in pain and suffering. My thoughts and prayers are with your wife and family.

Peace.

~Fishy
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06/04/2014 02:21 PM
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I've been banned for a very long time... don't know why...

RIP BROTHER BUG...
hf

FWIW...

Fukushima ice wall under construction

Construction has started of a wall of frozen soil at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant to prevent groundwater entering the reactor buildings. The ice wall is expected to take nine months to complete.
[link to www.world-nuclear-news.org]
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What could possibly go wrong???... sooner or later it will go very wrong...

Licensed reactor operator violates fitness for duty policy

A licensed reactor operator at the Cook nuclear power plant in Michigan violated the site’s fitness for duty policy. The operator was given a for-cause fitness for duty test and had his access to the facility suspended.
[link to enformable.com]

Contract supervisor confirms positive on follow-up fitness for duty test

A contract supervisor at the Waterford nuclear power plant in Louisiana confirmed positive for alcohol on a follow-up fitness for duty test. The supervisor has had their access to the facility terminated.
[link to enformable.com]

Fitzpatrick supervisor released after positive drug test

A non-licensed supervisor at the Fitzpatrick nuclear power plant in New York had their access to the site revoked on Friday. The supervisor tested positive for drugs during a random fitness for duty test.
[link to enformable.com]

Exelon worker charged after bringing weapon to nuclear power plant

According to the Will County Sheriff’s Office, Mark A. Garcia, 32, from Austin Texas, was charged with the unlawful use of a weapon after he showed up for work with a 9-millimeter handgun in his backpack
[link to enformable.com]

Supervisor violates fitness for duty program at Ginna nuclear power plant

The off-site activities of a contract supervisor at the Ginna nuclear power plant in New York caused them to violate the site’s Fitness for Duty program. The supervisor has had access to the plant suspended.
[link to enformable.com]

Grand Gulf reactor operator suspended from duty after testing positive for illegal substance twice

Richard Brian Smith, a reactor operator at the Grand Gulf nuclear power station, was the subject of an order issued by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission which prohibits him from any NRC-licensed activities for the next five years.
[link to enformable.com]

Licensed reactor operator violates fitness for duty policy

A licensed reactor operator at the Palo Verde nuclear power plant in Arizona failed the site’s fitness for duty test due to alcohol last Friday during a random test. The licensee withdrew the employee’s access to the facility at this time.
[link to enformable.com]

Supervisor at Vogtle nuclear power plant confirms positive for illegal substance

An employee supervisor at the Vogtle nuclear power plant in Georgia confirmed positive for a controlled substance during a fitness for duty test. The licensee terminated the employee’s access to the facility.
[link to enformable.com]

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WIPP...

Nuclear-waste facility on high alert over risk of new explosions

Time bombs may be ticking at the United States’ only deep geological repository for nuclear waste. US authorities concluded last week that at least 368 drums of waste at the site could be susceptible to the chemical reaction suspected to have caused a drum to rupture there in February. That accident caused radioactive material to spill into the repository and leak into the environment above ground.

The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) near Carlsbad, New Mexico, is mined out of a salt bed 655 metres underground, and stores low- and medium-level military nuclear waste, containing long-lived, man-made radioactive elements such as plutonium and americium. The suspect drums contain nitrates and cellulose, which are thought to have reacted to cause the explosion in February, and are located in two of the repository’s eight vast storage rooms — 313 in panel 6, which has already been filled, and 55 in the partly filled panel 7, where the February accident occurred.
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@58773693 hf
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Thanks my unknown friend...:-)

Let's hope I'll last a little longer this time...

TEPCO: Tainted water may have leaked from barriers

Tokyo Electric Power Company says contaminated water may have leaked from barriers surrounding storage tanks at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

About 4 tons of water was found in barriers surrounding the tanks. The water contained 9,800 Becquerels per liter of beta-ray emitting substances. But TEPCO officials said the leaked water had remained inside the barriers.
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Problems still plague ALPS decontamination system at Fukushima plant

High radiation levels and technical difficulties continue to stymie full-scale operations of key decontamination equipment at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant even though tests started more than a year ago.

In addition, ALPS cannot remove tritium, raising radioactive levels in the processed water by several hundreds of thousands of becquerels per liter. Those levels of tritium are not allowed to be released into the sea.

TEPCO intends to replace current bolted storage tanks for radioactive water with ones made of welded steel plates to prevent water leaks. But if the start of ALPS’ full-scale operations is delayed even further, it will likely become difficult for the utility to continue storing contaminated water at the plant site alone.
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New Report Exposes Boeing Influence Peddling That Derailed Cleanup of a Partial Nuclear Meltdown Site Near L.A., Says Consumer Watchdog

Group Calls on Governor to Appoint Director From Outside CalEPA to Run Toxics Department

SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new report released by Consumer Watchdog today documents how Boeing and its influential fixers derailed the cleanup of a partial nuclear meltdown site in greater Los Angeles with help from their regulators at the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC).

"When Governor Jerry Brown took office in 2011 and appointed Debbie Raphael to lead the DTSC, a thorough cleanup of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory was abandoned to the detriment of the public health," wrote advocate Liza Tucker in Inside Job. "Boeing accomplished this reversal by employing fixers to ensure that government officials would change course and allow most of the contamination to be left behind." Debbie Raphael abruptly resigned as DTSC Director last month.

To read Inside Job, click here: [link to www.consumerwatchdog.org]

[link to www.nuclearpowerdaily.com]
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Maybe something for CP...

Indigenous land owners accuse lawyer of manipulating nuclear waste storage report

Traditional owners from four indigenous clans are challenging the Ngapa clan's 2007 nomination of Muckaty Station for the dump site in the Federal Court in Melbourne.

The owners, including Aboriginal elders, argue they did not consent to the nomination, were not consulted on the agreement reached and were misled on the government's proposal for the nuclear storage site.
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To quote Madonna... "Don't cry for me Argentina"...

Atucha 2 Achieves Criticality

June 3rd, 2014 - The745 MWe PHWR went critical at 09;02 am. Minister Julio de Vido was in the control room to witness the event.
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Are we surprised???... I'm not...

TEPCO: Contaminated water may have leaked

The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says more than 3 tons of radioactive water may have leaked from barriers surrounding storage tanks.

Tokyo Electric Power Company made the announcement on Friday following the discovery of water leaking around 2 of its storage tanks on the hillside earlier this week.

The tanks contain rainwater with radiation levels above government-set standards.

TEPCO found that regular patrols have not been conducted in the area near the tanks since March, and that the leakage may have begun then.
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Japan fails to include 640 kg of unused plutonium in report to IAEA

Japan has failed to include 640 kilograms of unused plutonium in its annual report to the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2012 and 2013 in what experts say is an inappropriate omission.

The unreported amount is enough to make about 80 nuclear bombs.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]

Soooooo my friends, where is the missing plutonium?... inquiring minds want to know...
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Japan fails to include 640 kg of unused plutonium in report to IAEA

Japan has failed to include 640 kilograms of unused plutonium in its annual report to the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2012 and 2013 in what experts say is an inappropriate omission.

The unreported amount is enough to make about 80 nuclear bombs.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]

Soooooo my friends, where is the missing plutonium?... inquiring minds want to know...
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The stock is part of mixed plutonium-uranium oxide (MOX) fuel stored in a reactor that was offline during this period, and was thus deemed exempt from IAEA reporting requirements, said an official at the Japan Atomic Energy Commission.

Source: Japanese times
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Thank's for your clarification AC 42755138... let's hope your source is right... you see, I was a bit worried why you would waste your 80 nukes on Pearl Harbor 2 when one is enough...

Today is June 7, Pearl Harbor happend on December 7... six months to go... quite mindblowing, isn't it???... lol...
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For Kan and former Cabinet members, disclosure of Fukushima testimony a non-issue
Ten politicians interviewed by a government investigative panel on the cause of the Fukushima nuclear disaster are in favor of their accounts being released to the public, The Asahi Shimbun has found.

The finding will likely add to growing public pressure on the Abe administration to disclose the records.
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this is it!

That's all folks...

Thread: Japan TV ‘News Flash’: Officials fear melted reactor fuel is now exposed at Fukushima

and

Thread: This is IT !! U.S. Corporations Dump Dollar For Chinese Renminbi To Buy Imports !!

This is the ultimate SHTF of all time...
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Decontamination not going as planned
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TEPCO: Contamination could spread in deep water

The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has found that radioactive water can now easily spread in a deep layer of groundwater. It says it will speed up construction work on a barrier aimed at preventing contaminated water from leaking into the ocean.

The deep layer of water is about 25 meters below the surface. Water there was found to be contaminated on June 4th, when 4,700 becquerels of tritium per liter were detected in a well near the No. 1 reactor building.
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Survey finds employees at contaminated nuclear site wary of challenging managers

SPOKANE, Wash. - Few of the U.S. Department of Energy workers who are helping build a plant to treat the most dangerous radioactive wastes at a nuclear site in Washington state feel they can openly challenge decisions made by management, according to a report obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press.

Two people who recently raised concerns about the design and safety of the unfinished Waste Treatment Plant at Hanford lost their jobs. Donna Busche was fired earlier this year, while Walter Tamosaitis, a 40-year Hanford employee, was laid off last year.

Hanford was created during the Manhattan Project in World War II to make nuclear weapons, and continued making plutonium for the next four decades of the Cold War. The site now stores some 56 million gallons of radioactive wastes in 177 giant underground tanks. Many of those tanks have exceeded their design lifespans and are leaking.
[link to www.timescolonist.com]
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Vogtle worker confirmed positive for a controlled substance

A employee at the Vogtle nuclear power plant in Georgia confirmed positive for a controlled substance during a random fitness for duty test on Tuesday. The licensee terminated the employee’s access to the plant.
[link to enformable.com]
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