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A giant bluefin tuna was sold for a record price of JPY 56.49 million (EUR 566.350/USD 736,500) in the traditional first auction of the year at the Tsukiji fish market, Tokyo.

The fish, which weighted 269 kg, was captured off the coast of Oma, in the province of Aomori.

[link to www.fis.com]

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$2737.91 per kilogram. $27.38 per gram. $766.64 per ounce.

I'll take a quarter of a gram, please. $7.00.

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A giant bluefin tuna was sold for a record price of JPY 56.49 million (EUR 566.350/USD 736,500) in the traditional first auction of the year at the Tsukiji fish market, Tokyo.

The fish, which weighted 269 kg, was captured off the coast of Oma, in the province of Aomori.

[link to www.fis.com]

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$2737.91 per kilogram. $27.38 per gram. $766.64 per ounce.

I'll take a quarter of a gram, please. $7.00.

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read that one... prob cause it glows so pretty at night....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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A giant bluefin tuna was sold for a record price of JPY 56.49 million (EUR 566.350/USD 736,500) in the traditional first auction of the year at the Tsukiji fish market, Tokyo.

The fish, which weighted 269 kg, was captured off the coast of Oma, in the province of Aomori.

[link to www.fis.com]

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$2737.91 per kilogram. $27.38 per gram. $766.64 per ounce.

I'll take a quarter of a gram, please. $7.00.

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read that one... prob cause it glows so pretty at night....
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Supply and demand.... economics101, unless there are mitigating circumstances?
Now, what could they be, I wonder?

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close to home. my nephew lives in Chattanooga.

I see some hope here, at least..
Good article. Breakdown of casks. Diagrams.
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Nuclear review raises questions

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Nuclear regulators appear to be edging closer to cracking down on how nuclear power plants store about 3,300 metric tons of spent fuel in the Chattanooga region, and a local anti-nuclear group is claiming at least some of the credit.

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Disaster knows no man-made borders

Many New Jersey residents think that Indian Point nuclear facility is a New York concern. Disaster knows no man-made borders. When Fukushima blew, all Americans within 50 miles were told to evacuate. Indian Point is approximately 15 and 35 miles from Northern New Jersey. We are within the 50 mile evacuation zone and would have to permanently abandon our homes. Besides personal tragedy, the property loss would be in the billions. This plant is built on an earthquake fault line. Indian Point is made to withstand an approximate 6.0 earthquake, and we just had a 5.8 quake. [link to www.strausnews.com]

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and the hits keep coming.

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Disaster knows no man-made borders

Many New Jersey residents think that Indian Point nuclear facility is a New York concern. Disaster knows no man-made borders. When Fukushima blew, all Americans within 50 miles were told to evacuate. Indian Point is approximately 15 and 35 miles from Northern New Jersey. We are within the 50 mile evacuation zone and would have to permanently abandon our homes. Besides personal tragedy, the property loss would be in the billions. This plant is built on an earthquake fault line. Indian Point is made to withstand an approximate 6.0 earthquake, and we just had a 5.8 quake. [link to www.strausnews.com]

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and the hits keep coming.

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not happy jan....

damned
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Japan considers temporary nuclear nationalization
TOKYO -- Japan's government is considering taking control of the nation's nuclear power plants away from private utilities, in a bid to improve accountability of the industry, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Friday.
[link to www.chinapost.com.tw]

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TOKYO -- Japan's government is considering taking control of the nation's nuclear power plants away from private utilities, in a bid to improve accountability of the industry, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Friday.
[link to www.chinapost.com.tw]

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wise move......
It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
[link to citizenperth.wordpress.com]
sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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This Nuclear Story Is Ready to Mushroom
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For better or worse, nuclear power isn't going away (even in Japan, where two projects in which GSE is involved are moving forward). Too many decision makers recognize that we cannot afford to simply turn away from this economical, renewable source of power.

In the US, 16 companies and consortia are considering 30 new facilities, and domestic regulators currently have 13 pending applications. Meanwhile, 60 plants are under construction worldwide in 15 countries, with China figuring to be especially aggressive here well into the future. Also, 65 presently non-nuclear countries are considering entering the nuclear arena.


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This Nuclear Story Is Ready to Mushroom
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(snip)

For better or worse, nuclear power isn't going away (even in Japan, where two projects in which GSE is involved are moving forward). Too many decision makers recognize that we cannot afford to simply turn away from this economical, renewable source of power.

In the US, 16 companies and consortia are considering 30 new facilities, and domestic regulators currently have 13 pending applications. Meanwhile, 60 plants are under construction worldwide in 15 countries, with China figuring to be especially aggressive here well into the future. Also, 65 presently non-nuclear countries are considering entering the nuclear arena.


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sfan
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My Fukushima Site:
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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Thread: Japan Communist Leader says Tepco and Jap. Gov't lying about Fuku

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Hi OP,

I want to thank you for keeping this thread going.

My personal experience is that there really is something big going on, something they don't want people to know about.

At the time this "Accident" happened, many Community's here in Germany who have a Partnership with Fukushima and other Japanese Community's, offered their help by getting people out of the danger-zone. Many German Families signed up to give people a place to stay but our help was denied right from the start.
We was told that no one could leave Japan and that everything was under control.
We knew right then that those Japanese People was left to die.



GOD BLESShf
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Hi OP,

I want to thank you for keeping this thread going.

My personal experience is that there really is something big going on, something they don't want people to know about.

At the time this "Accident" happened, many Community's here in Germany who have a Partnership with Fukushima and other Japanese Community's, offered their help by getting people out of the danger-zone. Many German Families signed up to give people a place to stay but our help was denied right from the start.
We was told that no one could leave Japan and that everything was under control.
We knew right then that those Japanese People was left to die.



GOD BLESShf
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God bless you, as well.

Each bit of information is another piece of the puzzle.

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Nuclear energy 2011: A watershed year
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Nuclear future on balance: world has not responded to Fukushima, Europe has

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Nuclear advocates have argued that a steady and robust increase in nuclear power generation would build public confidence and generate revenues needed to make the transition to a more advanced nuclear technology base that deploys fast reactors and complex fuel cycles. But if a major expansion doesn’t happen worldwide, it’s hard to see how the transition to a commercially viable, advanced technology will take place except on paper.”



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One star bandit...

Oh well.

Thread: Kyoto Protocol- What a joke.

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[link to fukushima-diary.com]

4.2 quake just hit fuku again
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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TEPCO, the operator of the troubled Fukushima nuclear power station, believes that after the earthquake, a supply of radioactively-contaminated water going from a spent nuclear fuel pool to the tank at the No. 4 reactor stopped when the water flowed oppositely into the reactor containment vessel. TEPCO said the incident did not affect the cooling of the spent nuclear fuel pool.

[link to mdn.mainichi.jp]

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I think this is bogus unless it was lost in translation.

we are talking about re-circulated coolant between the SFP and a tank, returned through filters and scrubbers.

According to tepco, they think the water stopped and changed directions, flowing into the reactor vessel.

Why was the water so 'radioactive' if it was returning from the tank through filters and scrubbers?

Why is the reactor vessel part of the loop if the reactor vessel is cool and down for maintenance with the fuel assemblies in the SFP??

What physically could cause the water in a pressurized loop system to flow backwards?(oppositely) earthquake or no earthquake.

Did they lose power?


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Actually, the translation isn't so bad, but the original article is written in a confusing way and I think something isn't quite right with what is written.

What we need is a diagram of the cooling and filtering system to determine if maybe the tank is a part of separate loops. One loop for the containment vessel and the other loop for the spent fuel storage pool.

I may have studied that many months ago, but I don't remember now. Building 4 is the weird one because of that monster spent fuel storage pool. To be honest, I shifted my attention away from that building once they properly reinforced the spent fuel storage pool. We had a fear for many months that the pool would collapse.

By the way, that earthquake on January 1st was one really weird earthquake. Really weird! And I still don't like what happened that day. I have a bad feeling about that one, just like I had a bad feeeling about that one on March 9th last year.

I posted on another site's forum about my bad feeling soon after the March 9th quake. Of course, I had no idea that two days later we were going to get hit with the 9M. But when it started on March 11th at about 2:45 I knew immediately what was going on and that we were in big trouble. I told the folks around me at the time, total strangers, that tsunamis were going to be the number one trouble. That was like moments after the first big shock, then we had the 2nd and 3rd shocks that were not as strong, but plenty strong enough to shake the heck out of us and freak one poor lady out. Was all I could do to keep her from going into toal panic and loss of control.

Anyway, it was a bad day. And there are thousands with similar stories and so many thousands we wish we could hear their stories, but they're gone forever.

Mother Nature kickin' our butts on March 11th. And reminding us on New Year's Day, this year, she is still the boss.
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Using particles from space to look into the heart of nuclear reactors--this is the goal of researchers at Nagoya University.

The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned that a team of researchers from the university is developing technology to use elementary particles from space to see into the interiors of crippled reactors at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

Their aim is to establish technology that can obtain images similar to X-rays of what is happening inside the Nos. 1 to 3 reactors, whose cores melted down in the wake of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. plans to start operations to move melted-down nuclear fuel out of the reactors within the coming 10 years as a step toward decommissioning them.

To do so, the power utility must know exactly where the lumps of nuclear fuel are in the reactors. The government has therefore thrown its support behind the critical project at Nagoya University.
[link to www.yomiuri.co.jp]

Last sentence:
The exact locations of the melted-down nuclear material in the Nos. 1 to 3 reactors and their container vessels are currently unknown.
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I found some of these interesting. Putting link here for "safe" storage.
[link to www.wikimapia.org]
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Dated 01/07/12. How many tunnels are there?

Tunnel full of radioactively-contaminated water found at Fukushima nuclear plant

A massive amount of water contaminated with radiation has been found in a tunnel at a waste treatment facility at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant, the plant operator said.
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June Beetles Conscripted Into Cyborg Army
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From surveillance and explosives detection to search and rescue missions, micro UAVs could be useful for a range of defense and security applications. They would have proved handy last year for monitoring the flooding in Pakistan and Thailand, or for inspecting the ravaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant after Japan’s earthquake -- disaster areas where a micro UAV could be deployed rather than risk human life.

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June bugs. Whodathunk?

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June bugs...I had an Uncle in Southern California that would catch June bugs and tie fishing line to them. Then he would hand them to us to fly like a kite. He did the same thing with my kids when we went to visit. Good times!
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I found some of these interesting. Putting link here for "safe" storage.
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thanks OR.. nice find... :)
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Vote for worse company of the year, Tepco is on the list:
[link to www.publiceye.ch]
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Japan considers temporary nuclear nationalization
TOKYO -- Japan's government is considering taking control of the nation's nuclear power plants away from private utilities, in a bid to improve accountability of the industry, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Friday.
[link to www.chinapost.com.tw]

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wise move......
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The only reason they will do this(in my mind)is to pay the Compensation.

Take charge of TEPCO et. al. for the period they are liable to pay.
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
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they are the BEST!.... check out how much expensive nuclear weapons grade fuel they are sharing with the world for free.... rock on......


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From here:

Thread: 1/08/12 - Fukushima Reactor #4 in meltdown, Los Angeles Air is 400% Above Normal Background Rad levels

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RE: webcam

The previous post at link illustrates the 2 webviews that show the large crane with and without the bottom of the crane...

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The web cam thing is very damning.

I quit watching it many months ago because I suspected it was being manipulated...

They started out with a fixed cam that showed a static image refreshed hourly. It was called Pointscope. It was not altered until the neutron beam and glow was publicized on enenews. They got the image from the original Fuku thread.

I know this for a fact because it was my highlighted image that they posted.

By then we had discovered the original live cam which didn't seem to be altered. Soon after this they shut down the Pointscope imaging.

Not long after that the present live webcam was placed online. The original live cam we had been watching was shut down leaving what we are seeing now. They put filters on the webcam and when I saw that I stopped giving any weight to the view other than to try and understand what they were trying to hide more than what they are allowing to be seen...

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Noda wants temporary storage facility in Fukushima
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has asked the governor of Fukushima to allow the government to build a facility in the prefecture to temporarily store radioactive soil.

Noda visited a disaster-hit area for the first time this year and met Fukushima Governor Yuhei Sato at the prefectural office on Sunday. Sato said he would like the government to remember that many people from Fukushima were unable to celebrate the New Year in their hometowns.

He said children are the future of Fukushima and their health must be protected. He urged Noda to provide free medical services to all Fukushima residents under the age of 19.

Sato said the damage caused by the accident was so severe that it had seriously undermined confidence in the government's nuclear policy. He asked Noda to shut down and dismantle all 10 reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi and Fukushima Daini plants as called for in the reconstruction plan.
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Fukushima governor says accident not yet contained
Fukushima Governor Yuhei Sato has called on the government to deal responsibly with the nuclear accident until the evacuees are able to return home.

The central government and Fukushima held a regular meeting on the prefecture's reconstruction on Sunday. Sato criticized the declaration made by Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda in December that the nuclear accident had been contained.

He said the sentiments of Fukushima residents are very different, and asked the government to understand this.

He said a declaration that the accident has been contained can only be made after all the evacuees return home. He urged the government to deal responsibly with the accident until that time.
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