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does anyone know the quota of irradiaton for removal?
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5000 bq/kg unless it has been changed.

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isn't that isane?
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i had that asked of me in an interview, and the quoting was laughed off.... damn....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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does anyone know the quota of irradiaton for removal?
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5000 bq/kg unless it has been changed.

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isn't that isane?
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Yes. Dumping into Tokyo Bay is insane, as well.

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does anyone know the quota of irradiaton for removal?
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5000 bq/kg unless it has been changed.

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isn't that isane?
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Yes. Dumping into Tokyo Bay is insane, as well.

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i have nothing against japanase people apart from their insanity....
clay into the waters... that will fix everything.....


with all of their most excellent innovations... cleaning and scrubbing with toothbrushes, and brooms.. high technology beats shit out of russia.... yea right.........

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It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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5000 bq/kg unless it has been changed.

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isn't that isane?
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Yes. Dumping into Tokyo Bay is insane, as well.

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i have nothing against japanase people apart from their insanity....
clay into the waters... that will fix everything.....


with all of their most excellent innovations... cleaning and scrubbing with toothbrushes, and brooms.. high technology beats shit out of russia.... yea right.........
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Thousands of years of honor and tradition destroyed by the tiddleywinks at Tepco.
Good job.
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About that baseball game in Tokyo, I did a bit of digging and found this out, posted on CP's thread with a rather entertaining exchange with an Australian AC asshole:

Let's see who is the true idiot:
The situation is exacerbated by the fact that the Mariners front office is at cross purposes with the Japanese ownership.

ART: Majority owner Hiroshi Yamauchi, who saved the franchise when he stepped up in 1992, has a deep affection and respect for his countryman.
[link to sportspressnw.com]

Let's see, Mariner's Majority owner is Japanese...go figure. Don't worry, I won't take your lack of knowledge as stupidity.
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About that baseball game in Tokyo, I did a bit of digging and found this out, posted on CP's thread with a rather entertaining exchange with an Australian AC asshole:

Let's see who is the true idiot:
The situation is exacerbated by the fact that the Mariners front office is at cross purposes with the Japanese ownership.

ART: Majority owner Hiroshi Yamauchi, who saved the franchise when he stepped up in 1992, has a deep affection and respect for his countryman.
[link to sportspressnw.com]

Let's see, Mariner's Majority owner is Japanese...go figure. Don't worry, I won't take your lack of knowledge as stupidity.
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He isn't very smart.

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About that baseball game in Tokyo, I did a bit of digging and found this out, posted on CP's thread with a rather entertaining exchange with an Australian AC asshole:

Let's see who is the true idiot:
The situation is exacerbated by the fact that the Mariners front office is at cross purposes with the Japanese ownership.

ART: Majority owner Hiroshi Yamauchi, who saved the franchise when he stepped up in 1992, has a deep affection and respect for his countryman.
[link to sportspressnw.com]

Let's see, Mariner's Majority owner is Japanese...go figure. Don't worry, I won't take your lack of knowledge as stupidity.
 Quoting: Southern OR


He isn't very smart.

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Nope, I really liked his response of the AMA would not allow ball players to go over there. Seriously?! They only have jurisdiction over doctors and medical facilities. I figure he's just another idiot (or teenager).
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IAEA to ask Iran to explain nuclear program
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says he wants Iran to tell to an IAEA delegation everything about its nuclear program. The delegation is soon to arrive in Tehran.

Director General Yukiya Amano told reporters in Davos, Switzerland, on Friday that his agency will be looking closely for signs of whether Iran is moving forward with its nuclear program.

Amano also indicated he would like to confirm whether Iran has any nuclear facilities it has not declared yet to the IAEA.
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Anti-nuke march to commemorate Fukushima disaster, spotlight concerns at home
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Nearly a year after the nuclear disaster at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Facility, the truth is that the situation is far from under control. The catastrophe has already retreated into the distant past as far as most Americans are concerned. After all, it happened in Japan, not here.

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yes, it's almost a year, now, and it's now obvious that
TEPCO is making no effort to cover destroyed reactor buildings
#3 and #4. there are definitely a lot of stinking things
still going on at Fukushima Daiichi.
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Gov to purchase new cesium detection equipment
Japan's health ministry will subsidize half the cost of installing highly sensitive radioactive cesium detectors in an effort to strengthen food safety standards nationwide.

Subsidies will be distributed to local governments around the country and tougher safety standards will take effect in April.

Under the new safety standards, general food products will be allowed to contain 100 becquerels of cesium per kilogram, an 80% reduction from the current permissible level.

Baby food and milk will be allowed to contain 50 becquerels and drinking water just 10 becquerels.
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IAEA inspection team heads to Iran
Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency will soon arrive in Iran to investigate concerns that the country is developing nuclear weapons.

The 6-member team, including IAEA Deputy Director General Herman Nackaerts, will visit Iran for 3 days starting from Sunday.

Before his departure Nackaerts said that he and his team will try to resolve all outstanding issues with Iran.
The Deputy Director said that he hopes Iran will cooperate to alleviate concerns regarding the suspected development of a nuclear weapons program.
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IAEA plans to open office in Fukushima
The UN nuclear organization is considering opening an office in Fukushima to advise Japan on addressing the prolonged aftermath of the devastating nuclear accident.

Officials at the International Atomic Energy Agency say the plan came after Fukushima Governor Yuhei Sato handed a letter to its scientists visiting Japan last October.

He asked them to set up an office in the prefecture to give advice on decontamination and other technical matters linked to radiation.
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Radiation study of wildlife planned in Fukushima
Japan will launch a comprehensive study to monitor the impact of radiation exposure on wild animals and plants around the damaged nuclear plant in Fukushima.

Fukushima Prefecture requested the study, which will be conducted by the Environment Ministry with the cooperation of the National Institute of Radiological Sciences.
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Giant fault to magnify tsunami found in west Japan
Scientists have found a 200-kilometer-long cliff on the seabed off Kii Peninsula, western Japan. They warn it could magnify the scale of tsunami in the event of a major earthquake.

A team of researchers from University of Tokyo and Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology found the giant fault using a deep-sea research vessel.
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I see we have had an attack on the rating of this thread.
Good luck with that, assholes.
Never depended on them, anyway.

Go ahead and one-star it all you want.
Merely shows you are desperate to hide the truth.

Changes nothing. Those who want to be informed will still
get links and articles.

You will get nothing.

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Giant fault to magnify tsunami found in west Japan
Scientists have found a 200-kilometer-long cliff on the seabed off Kii Peninsula, western Japan. They warn it could magnify the scale of tsunami in the event of a major earthquake.

A team of researchers from University of Tokyo and Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology found the giant fault using a deep-sea research vessel.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Matter of time until another huge earthquake shatters the tenuous stability of those reactor buildings and SFPs.

The world will then wonder why more wasn't done to prevent the inevitable collapses and massive increases in contamination.

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Fukushima mothers and activists face eviction
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Free care for Fukushima kids rejected
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In the 2nd half of the January 27 article, Tokyo Shinbun details what kind of workers are currently working at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant: migrant workers young (in their 20's) and not so young (in their 60's), untrained, $100 a day. Some of them cannot even read and write.

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Issue Guide: Japan's Triple Crisis
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The World is at a critical crossroads. The Fukushima disaster in Japan has brought to the forefront the dangers of Worldwide nuclear radiation.
The crisis in Japan has been described as “a nuclear war without a war”. In the words of renowned novelist Haruki Murakami:

“This time no one dropped a bomb on us … We set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives.”

Nuclear radiation –which threatens life on planet earth– is not front page news in comparison to the most insignificant issues of public concern, including the local level crime scene or the tabloid gossip reports on Hollywood celebrities. .
[link to usahitman.com]

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This post is part of an on-going series originally posted at DailyKos and republished by Enformable with permission of the author. Through the series the author highlights and comments on FOIA documents released by the NRC in response to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster.

[link to enformable.com]
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TEPCO comes 2nd in vote for most irresponsible company
TEPCO was among six companies selected for the Internet vote because of its failure to prevent catastrophe at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in March last year.

A nomination statement said: "The company also provided information that was verifiably false or very late in coming. A culture of favors, cover-ups and falsifications reigns at TEPCO."
[link to ajw.asahi.com]
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TEPCO comes 2nd in vote for most irresponsible company
TEPCO was among six companies selected for the Internet vote because of its failure to prevent catastrophe at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in March last year.

A nomination statement said: "The company also provided information that was verifiably false or very late in coming. A culture of favors, cover-ups and falsifications reigns at TEPCO."
[link to ajw.asahi.com]
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Well, that falls directly in line with what we've been saying since last April...

Tepco would have to be no. 1 in my book.

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TEPCO comes 2nd in vote for most irresponsible company
TEPCO was among six companies selected for the Internet vote because of its failure to prevent catastrophe at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in March last year.

A nomination statement said: "The company also provided information that was verifiably false or very late in coming. A culture of favors, cover-ups and falsifications reigns at TEPCO."
[link to ajw.asahi.com]
 Quoting: Southern OR


Well, that falls directly in line with what we've been saying since last April...

Tepco would have to be no. 1 in my book.

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Should have been #1.
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JP Gov officially admit they concealed the worst senario though they assumed it
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To again show how we are in a fight against our own governments when it comes to the dangers from radiation coming from the Fukushima disaster, I want to present the following article that comes from Washington's Blog, at www.washingtonsblog.com, entitled: "Governments Worldwide Raise Acceptable Radiation Levels Based Upon Politics... Not Science". The facts presented here are absolutely appalling and again should be a must read by everyone. I have my own comments to follow:

[link to northerntruthseeker.blogspot.com]
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By the fourth committee session, the Ad-Hoc Summit on the Japanese Earthquake Committee had moved into long-term initiatives for Japan’s response effort. That is, until news from an anonymous tip-off of two Chinese spies in a TEPCO nuclear plant was delivered to the delegates.
[link to press.harvardmun.org]
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Frozen water causes leakages at Fukushima nuclear power plant
[link to www.japantoday.com]

I can't believe they didn't plan for freezing temps.
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