Is Fukushima About to Blow?


EagleSmack
#301
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

Gday smack, I have gathered from your dialogue that in addition to an innocent non belief in conspiracy you also do not believe in disasters or cataclysm in general unless the event happens in the USA and is officially certified by that disasters government. There have not been many hours at all since your funny question. Many people will wish for even those few minutes some day soon. Smarten up man next you'll deny starvation and disease and war.

Well if a disaster REALLY happens I won't deny it.

I know Fukushima has been a real let down for you all.

But don't worry DB, disasters will happen and you can get all excited then. You just have to be patient, that's all.
 
Stretch
#302
Radiation Levels Higher Than Chernobyl Evacuation Limits Span Over 800 KM in Japan (external - login to view)

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The latest joint US and Japan survey shows extremely high levels of nuclear radioactive contamination, with radiation levels higher than Chernobyl evacuation limits, now span over 800 kilometers in Japan.
Meanwhile US Media outlets continue to ignore the situation and run stories that the situation is under control.
 
MHz
#303
Fukushima - One Step Forward and Four Steps Back as Each Unit Challenged by New Problems on Vimeo (external - login to view)
In the part where he covers condensation via cooler air at night is not a 'sneak release'. That means it is releasing at that rate all the time. Rather than 'steam' it is water vapor, the way to track emissions would be with Doppler Radar and have it tuned for just those 4 buildings.

Another part was finding a (Plutonium) fuel-rod some distance away, if that was where that higher than explainable readings were to that power-plant to the south. If that is where the sample was found then that is the 'fallout' from #3 and that explosion.

One overall question, if people are safe from radiation by just a few meters of water in those storage pools why not dump it all in the nearby trench. As it is a 'heavy metal' once in place the stilt should hold it in place. Sea-food would be safe as it doesn't come from that depth.

#4 holds a lot of rods that look to be safe.


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Stretch
#304
Fukushima Reactor 1 Radiation Levels Max Out Instruments, Hit Over 1,000,000 uSv per hour (external - login to view)

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In wake of Japan confirming a nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear reactor radiation levels have jumped to an all time high maxing out instruments with readings over 1,000,000 microsieverts per hour.
 
Stretch
#305
FLASHBACK - CNBC's Jim Cramer: Japan not a crisis. No Chernobyl. Go back to buying stocks! (external - login to view)

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Stocks closed off the lows on Tuesday, as buyers stepped into the market despite the threat of an escalating nuclear crisis in Japan. Had Japan endured a nuclear meltdown, Cramer thinks the markets would have sold-off, but the "Mad Money" host said a Chernobyl situation was never really on the table.
Japan's nuclear plants have fail-safe that make a Chernobyl-like explosion unlikely, Cramer explained. There are multiple safeguards that would prevent an event of that magnitude, he added.
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Of course, setting aside that CNBC is owned by General Electric, which means Cramer works for the company that designed those exploding reactors, Jim Cramer is the guy who told us all that Bear Sterns was fine ... just 1 week before it collapsed. UPDATE: Jim Cramer loyally serves his GE masters and destroys what little remains of NBC/MSNBC/CNBC's credibility (external - login to view).
UPDATE 2: TEPCO confirms total fuel rod melt-down at reactor 1 just 16 hours after quake (external - login to view).
What is most terrifying about Fukushima is that we know the governments, TEPCO, and the media are lying to us all about the severity of the problem. People have no reason not to imagine the very worst possible situation, and as today's announcement about reactor 1 (external - login to view) proves, the very worst being imagined is usually correct.
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petros
#306
I like being lied to.
 
Stretch
#307
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

I like being lied to.

then you should be one real happy chappy then! You realize of course that ‎"The news and truth are not the same thing." ~ Walter Lippman (American writer, reporter)
 
Stretch
#308
Reading the Pictures: One Fukushima Meltdown, Three Crippled Cores, Miles of Land and Ocean Glowing, but Still Nothing to See (external - login to view)

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Hmm, corporate media still not very interested in Fukushima in spite of three compromised reactor cores? Still fronting for TEPCO and the Japanese government running news briefs about clean-up timeframes as if TEPCO was essentially doing a mop up operation? How about that ho-hum three paragraph AP story run by the the Independent about the Olympic pool-size spill under Unit 1 resulting from the meltdown.
 
Stretch
#309
Secret Map Shows Massive Radiation Cloud Heading Toward U.S And Canada|Peak Oil News and Message Boards (external - login to view)
 
petros
#310
Secret map? The wind patterns have been known for years. Ask a Jap who use to light lanterns and send them across the oceans to land in Canada to burn our forests and crops.

One actually made it's way all the way to Manitoba. It sits in the Commonwealth Air Museum in Brandon.
 
Stretch
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Japan Confirms Complete Core Nuclear Meltdown In 3 Fukushima Reactors (external - login to view)

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Over two months after the earthquake and tsunami hit the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Japan finally admits that a complete core nuclear meltdown has occurred in three of the Fukushima nuclear reactors.
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Stretch
#312
hmmmmm, even the deniers are absent LOL
 
weaselwords
#313
Whats happening at Tokai?
 
MHz
#314
Hiroaki Koide of Kyoto University: "Melted Core Outside the Containment Vessel" | EX-SKF (external - login to view)

I assume the water flow is slowing down the 'descent' at the expense of contamination now flowing into the ocean or freshwater aquifers. As long as they can keep pumping they can stay and work (sort of safely) 2 died just recently and that is within the time-frame of the deaths occurring from Chernobyl. Back then the radiation suddenly stopped (sand and the molten rods became solid enough it stopped flowing), here when the pumping stops things get worse quite quickly but they still 'fix-it' and the only way would be giving people 'jobs' that rivalled conditions the early work done in the Ukraine.

Doomsday at about the 30min mark

YouTube - Best Chernobyl Documentary 2006 The Battle of Chernobyl HQ 1hr 32min 1 clip

 
EagleSmack
#315
Lots of spam I see.

At any rate...

Has it been a few hours yet?
 
MHz
#316
The two that dropped dead on the job would say it was a few hours past.
 
EagleSmack
#317
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

The two that dropped dead on the job would say it was a few hours past.

Two down... 999,998 to go you'd say?
 
MHz
#318
There was two months before people started dieing because of Chernobyl. 1.6M according to some USSR data.

Does that mean you discount the pilots and the miners as being dead?
 
Highball
#319
How many of you really know much about Nuclear Energy and Radioactive sources? My son works in that field and has done so for almost 40 years. The power of the radiation present in these Nuclear powered Power plants have half life's of less than two years. We live in a world where the Radioactive sources in use in the Nuclear Medicine Departments of our Oncology Hospitals is far more dangerous than this situation. Many of you reside within two miles of some very intense and strong Radioactive sources and never give it a thought. Why do we worry about a plant that is over 8,000 miles distant emitting weak sources?
 
MHz
#320
I'm quite willing to admit that the ones within the same distance will be the ones who are similarity affected. Chernobyl stopped spewing radiation, there is no 'guarantee' that these ones will be capped by the end of this year. Should it go on that long (at present rates) how much will eventually be released. Just because you are safe are you saying the subject doesn't deserve to be 'explored'? Do you downplay all the dangers, short term and long term? Here is one more vid about Chernobyl, if it's false then you should buy up all the properties in the 'hot zone' and rent them out once the Gov declares it 'all clear'. Think of the money you would make, .....at least until the law suits started.

YouTube - Horizon Fall-out from Chernobyl Part 15



As we would only get a 'tiny amount' you are right it is no big deal, until you add in all the other 'stuff' that tends to make the body weaker, say some GMO pesticide and a few other things like mercury in vaccines and you just might have to be a tad more concerned over each of the parameters individually.

As the **** had hit the fan on day one, I hope they did the evac needed even if they lied about the severity of the 'known situation'. If nothing else the public (in Japan) should be insisting on 'watchdogs' checking all given data and given access to requested data that is available. If the Gov was ready to ditch Tokoyo as the operating center then they could also be lying when they say the move is for other reasons.

How many tons of rods (some are MOX) sitting in storage in #4? The one that is leaning.
 
TenPenny
#321
Quote: Originally Posted by HighballView Post

How many of you really know much about Nuclear Energy and Radioactive sources? My son works in that field and has done so for almost 40 years. The power of the radiation present in these Nuclear powered Power plants have half life's of less than two years. We live in a world where the Radioactive sources in use in the Nuclear Medicine Departments of our Oncology Hospitals is far more dangerous than this situation. Many of you reside within two miles of some very intense and strong Radioactive sources and never give it a thought. Why do we worry about a plant that is over 8,000 miles distant emitting weak sources?

I don't think you understand the difference between a small but intense source, vs a large but lower-intensity source.

Are you trying to say that the overall amount of radioactive material present in a typical hospital is larger than a 4 or 6 unit power plant?
 
darkbeaver
#322
Nobody should give this story a second thought while Arnold Swhartzinpecker is about to climb back into the saddle. We,ve all seen what he can do when he has the right weapons. We've seen him overcome every imaginable threat. I have no doubt he is completely immune to radiation. If it wasn't for his horrible X this radiation thing wouldn't have even happened.
 
TenPenny
#323
I'm pretty sure it's all Obama's fault, just ask a certain poster on here....
 
JLM
#324
Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

I'm pretty sure it's all Obama's fault, just ask a certain poster on here....

Which certain poster would that be. I wish he'd get an invitation to supper at the White House so he'd shut up.
 
MHz
#325
Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

I'm pretty sure it's all Obama's fault, just ask a certain poster on here....

I though the US had the inside scoop on all events going on in the world, .... except for the ones they missed that is. Like 3 meltdowns in this case.

If the power company is 'coming clean' then the US missed the true events as they were quite accepting of anything promoted for the last two months. (other than the area that should be evacuated if you were an American citizen) Has the sale of one-way tickets climbed at all in the last two months?
 
EagleSmack
#326
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

There was two months before people started dieing because of Chernobyl. 1.6M according to some USSR data.

Please... don't make me laugh. Anyone who died for any reason was counted in those foolish numbers because people simply weren't dying of radiation poisoning like the No Nuke people wanted them to.


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Does that mean you discount the pilots and the miners as being dead?

1.6 Million pilots and miners died?

Don't be silly.
 
TenPenny
#327
I found out something interesting today; worldwide shipments of the elastomer 'Aflas' have been halted, due to the Tsunami in Japan. Aflas is a specialty elastomer used to make o rings for certain chemical services, it's fairly common in industrial applications.
 
petros
#328
Looks like TEPCO needs some moolah......

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Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
TOKYO (Dow Jones)--The government of Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Friday signaled its intention to enact a rescue plan for embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co. within the current parliamentary session amid growing concern about the utility's funding situation.
"There is still time left for discussion in the current parliamentary session," Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Banri Kaieda said in a late news conference. "Let us have an in-depth discussion on this issue." The current parliamentary session is set to finish on June 22.
An early passage of the legislation is seen crucial to keep Tepco alive. The company is facing debt redemptions of Y750 billion by next March, as well as massive compensation claims from victims of a nuclear plant disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi complex.
The rescue plan is designed to shift the burden of compensation temporarily to other utilities and taxpayers, allowing Tepco to pay off all the liabilities over a period of time.
But some ruling party lawmakers are opposed to the proposal.
The rescue plan is expected to take several months to implement even after being approved by the parliament. Analysts at Moody's Investors Service have said that the failure to get the bill through the parliament within the current session could result in a serious funding problem at Tepco early next year.
To win public support for the taxpayers-funded rescue, Tepco on Friday...

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TEPCO Director Weeps After Disclosing Truth About Fukushima Disaster



Is suicide still an honourable way of freeing yourself of guilt in Nippon?
 
MHz
#329
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

1.6 Million pilots and miners died?

Don't be silly.

Go back to post #315 and follow the direction, after you have watched it for a short time you will know what pilots and which miners and how many died. Your part about span (post #316)was your confession about your purpose on the thread apparently.
 
petros
#330
They sacrificed the rural people of Belarus to save St. Petrosburg by inducing rains.
 

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