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Report: Massive smoke between Reactors No. 2 and 3 — Can NOT be observed on Tepco webcam, only TBS/JNN

 
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Report: Massive smoke between Reactors No. 2 and 3 — Can NOT be observed on Tepco webcam, only TBS/JNN
Can NOT be observed on Tepco webcam, only TBS/JNN


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anyway LiveCam Fukushima

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looks dreadful
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Just wait until the corium blob melts into the water table.

It will be a nuclear nightmare. Steam can move mountains, nuclear meltdowns can flash boil water so fast it'll make your head spin.

AND, when the corium blob encounters water, it cools it down which INCREASES the nuclear chain reaction, which increases the heat, which drives more water to steam, which cools the blob, which increases the chain reaction.

It is a NASTY reaction. Water and nuclear corium blobs do not mix well at all.
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Goooooooooooooooo DOOOOM!!!!!
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Re: Report: Massive smoke between Reactors No. 2 and 3 — Can NOT be observed on Tepco webcam, only TBS/JNN
They're probably just burning all the radioactive scraps.. Notice that crane is moving on the right side, I doubt anyone would be working there if that was waste eating into the ground or reacting.. Then again, who knows. Could also be a remote control crane I suppose..

What a fucking mess.
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They're probably just burning all the radioactive scraps.. Notice that crane is moving on the right side, I doubt anyone would be working there if that was waste eating into the ground or reacting.. Then again, who knows. Could also be a remote control crane I suppose..

What a fucking mess.
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mmhh, yep i see it

Thats interesting i will try to find out more about it
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Finally, some real doom.
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PDF from jan 28th

Investigation result
by the robot (quince2) on the 5th operating floor
of the Reactor Building of Unit 2
Fukushima Daiichi NPS

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]


Some pictures of it:

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

The radiation in the 4th Floor of Building 2 reactor is 44-220 mSv / h

mhh
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*Just in* NRC: Team’s initial impressions were that Spent Fuel Pool No. 3 ‘might not be here’ after seeing photos from different perspective — It doesn’t look good, I’ll tell you that

BILL RULAND: I have an update. I have an update.

This is the Bill Ruland, they Reactor Safety Team director. We got these pictures from Tepco provided to the team in country, the NRC team in country. We've got these pictures and it, they, this is Unit 3, and it shows a large, you know, shows significant damage to the structures. We provided these to General Electric, who, of course, had desigr drawings. These people have been in the building, inside the building, so they have a pretty good idea. It turns out that the Unit 3's elevations are different than Unit .. So if you look at Unit 1 and you try to make sense of Unit 3 structure, you'rE not going to get the right picture....

More:
[link to enenews.com]
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*Just in* NRC: Team’s initial impressions were that Spent Fuel Pool No. 3 ‘might not be here’ after seeing photos from different perspective — It doesn’t look good, I’ll tell you that

BILL RULAND: I have an update. I have an update.

This is the Bill Ruland, they Reactor Safety Team director. We got these pictures from Tepco provided to the team in country, the NRC team in country. We've got these pictures and it, they, this is Unit 3, and it shows a large, you know, shows significant damage to the structures. We provided these to General Electric, who, of course, had desigr drawings. These people have been in the building, inside the building, so they have a pretty good idea. It turns out that the Unit 3's elevations are different than Unit .. So if you look at Unit 1 and you try to make sense of Unit 3 structure, you'rE not going to get the right picture....

More:
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


C'mon, this is a Audio-File from March, 18, last Year

There are much better Files from the time after
the first 2 Weeks when the People already calmed down a bit!

The Smoke/ Steam we can see in this Video
may coming from a High Pressure Cleaning with Hot Water
because the needed to remove Ice,
it is cold in F'Shima and here!

There was already a Thread from spitting caesium!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Just wait until the corium blob melts into the water table.

It will be a nuclear nightmare. Steam can move mountains, nuclear meltdowns can flash boil water so fast it'll make your head spin.

AND, when the corium blob encounters water, it cools it down which INCREASES the nuclear chain reaction, which increases the heat, which drives more water to steam, which cools the blob, which increases the chain reaction.

It is a NASTY reaction. Water and nuclear corium blobs do not mix well at all.
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