Is Fukushima About to Blow?


MHz
#121
With those two steam vents in one reactor does that mean the core and the rods are both melting?

YouTube - Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

 
Stretch
#122
Fukushima Disaster: "Clearly we are witnessing one of the greatest disasters of our time." | The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Nuclear Industry, and TEPCo. Are Suppressing the Flow of Information (external - login to view)

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bill barilko
#123
Everyone on this thread still alive?

Me too!
 
MHz
#124
That there are few post is probably a good sign rather than it being the calm before the storm..
In this vid notice how quiet the place is, I hope they picked up the pup and took it back to where the adult dogs were. Even after being abandoned it still sits and begs for food. I suppose they and the cattle will end up being the test subjects for the area. If this thread is still active 5 years from now do you think some will come around and say this actually was a major event?

YouTube - Inside report from Fukushima nuclear reactor evacuation zone

 
bill barilko
#125
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

If this thread is still active 5 years from now do you think some will come around and say this actually was a major event?

It will mean some of the biggest wankers/attention whoers extant in Canadian cyber space have finally reached the bottom of the barrel/clawed their way through and have their grubby paws waving in the aether.
 
MHz
#126
Be interesting to see if you have that same view, should the 5 year thing exists, in 5 years.
 
Stretch
#127
Ongoing Cover Up of Nuclear Crisis By Governments and Nuclear Power Companies (external - login to view)

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Years before Fukushima engineer Mitsuhiko Tanaka blew the whistle on the fact that Tepco covered up a defective containment vessel, the above-quoted Japan Times article blew the whistle:
Yoichi Kikuchi, a Japanese nuclear engineer who also became a whistle-blower, has told me personally of many safety problems at Japan's nuclear power plants, such as cracks in pipes in the cooling system from vibrations in the reactor. He said the electric companies are "gambling in a dangerous game to increase profits and decrease government oversight."
 
MHz
#128
Japan Detects Leaks at Onagawa Nuclear Plant - David Icke Website (external - login to view)
 
bill barilko
#129
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

Japan Detects Leaks at Onagawa Nuclear Plant - David Icke Website (external - login to view)

David Icke?

David Icke FFS?
 
mentalfloss
#130
Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilkoView Post

David Icke?

David Icke FFS?

 
MHz
#131
I don't believe he was there personally to make the report. lol
Why was it on his site before we had it? Time shift?
Water leaks at Japan's Onagawa nuclear plant - Yahoo! News (external - login to view)

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Stretch
#132
re the time shift comment....from memory, a New Zealand newspaper got or published the news of the JFK assasination a bit before it happened...someone forgot about daylight saving and the time difference....... I'm sure its just a coincedence tho'

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A month into the crisis, the utility acknowledges, there is no end in sight. … Meltdown Japan - Fallout Tracking - News - Health Solutions Discussions (external - login to view)
 
Cliffy
#133
Why wait for the Holocaust, mutate now!

BTW, who is Fukushima gonna blow anyway?
 
MHz
#134
You if/when it goes full scale (one big event or a slow long drawn out one) the result will be all your preparation for 'safety' was a worthless endeavor as the whole island will be contaminated and you along with it unless you can seal every hole in the human body with ducttape.

Perhaps from your sandcastle days you can recall the ratio of solids/water where sand began to flow like a liquid. Just in case they get a chance to cover it rather than trying to cool it down to save the fuel-rods that can be saved. Only prob with that operation is all the material would have to be on hand for use within just a few days (however long it would take for meltdown to get so bad the whole area would have to be totally abandoned)

Not that I think you are interested in more than boredom relief here is the summary based on a fill in the holes approach, a method that always has to be used when information is intentionally withheld. By 2021 you will know if it went full-scale ot not by just looking around you.

Plutonium and Uranium Detected - April 10 2011 Update | Lucas Whitefield Hixson (external - login to view)

Other than it's a great morning, eh?
 
Cliffy
#135
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

You if/when it goes full scale (one big event or a slow long drawn out one) the result will be all your preparation for 'safety' was a worthless endeavor as the whole island will be contaminated and you along with it unless you can seal every hole in the human body with ducttape.
Perhaps from your sandcastle days you can recall the ratio of solids/water where sand began to flow like a liquid. Just in case they get a chance to cover it rather than trying to cool it down to save the fuel-rods that can be saved. Only prob with that operation is all the material would have to be on hand for use within just a few days (however long it would take for meltdown to get so bad the whole area would have to be totally abandoned)
Not that I think you are interested in more than boredom relief here is the summary based on a fill in the holes approach, a method that always has to be used when information is intentionally withheld. By 2021 you will know if it went full-scale ot not by just looking around you.
Plutonium and Uranium Detected - April 10 2011 Update | Lucas Whitefield Hixson
Other than it's a great morning, eh?

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There is only the here and now. If tomorrow we melt, then tomorrow we melt. Life is too short to worry about tomorrow. Today is all we got. Tomorrow we may be run over by a truck (or even later today). Living in fear, especially about stuff you can do nothing about, is death.
 
bill barilko
#136
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

There is only the here and now. If tomorrow we melt, then tomorrow we melt. Life is too short to worry about tomorrow. Today is all we got. Tomorrow we may be run over by a truck (or even later today). Living in fear, especially about stuff you can do nothing about, is death.

You're right about that-I have to cycle through city traffic to work later today-that's many times more serious than something that might happen in a faraway country.
 
petros
#137
Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilkoView Post

You're right about that-I have to cycle through city traffic to work later today-that's many times more serious than something that might happen in a faraway country.

Right on. By the time you get to work it will taste like you ate a pack of matches....you won't taste the cesium 137 though. Happy trails Bill!
 
MHz
#138
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

There is only the here and now. If tomorrow we melt, then tomorrow we melt. Life is too short to worry about tomorrow. Today is all we got. Tomorrow we may be run over by a truck (or even later today). Living in fear, especially about stuff you can do nothing about, is death.

I believe the concern is for long-term affects, like the grandchildren of the teens of today. Given the same doses you might live to your normal age but a teen today may cash in at 40 -50 wondering why nobody alive today did a ****ing thing to safeguard the world for successive generation.

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Right on. By the time you get to work it will taste like you ate a pack of matches....you won't taste the cesium 137 though. Happy trails Bill!

Who would be the first to die? People already at risk from cancer naturally, those with frail lungs and those just lulucky enought to get a 'glowing particle' with some big just of wind or a raindrop in the eye.
Isn't that about the time the Go starts putting out it's own version of the Jonestown kool-aid.
 
Cliffy
#139
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

I believe the concern is for long-term affects, like the grandchildren of the teens of today. Given the same doses you might live to your normal age but a teen today may cash in at 40 -50 wondering why nobody alive today did a ****ing thing to safeguard the world for successive generation.

What can you do about how and where the Japanese build Nukes? Or anybody else for that matter. So called Western civilization has screwed future generations a thousand ways to Sunday. As a species, I fail to see how we will or should survive our own stupidity. Barring any divine or natural intervention, we will be the cause of our own destruction.
 
MHz
#140
Site selection would have been approved by the UN and by the makers of the equipment, neither of those is Japanese, ever see a map of how many of those ****ing things they have?
The screw-ups can be traced back to one source, follow the money. Think big and then takes the cheapest and most risky path, if anybody complains steamroll them by feeding the masses some bull**** that will desperately cling to.

The only Bible reference to this is the one about people believing false things (not just about Scripture) because they have 'itchy ears', t6hat isn't even an end-time condition, that came into effect when it was still being written.

God isn't going to help unless the world population is going to fall below 600,000 worldwide. Remember the story about the tower of Babel, many people working together can do great things. Today international communication is a snap for the most part, so the input of many minds should be 'safer in the long-run' than obeying the dreams and wishes of just a few men who don't really give a **** about the masses. If the masses don't correct that they deserve the abuse they get.
 
Corduroy
#141
Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

Has it been a few hours yet?

How about now?
 
TenPenny
#142
The UN approves the sites for domestic nuclear power plants?
 
MHz
#143
I would hope a lot of agencies have input to stuff like that. Not saying their recommendations can't be over-ridden. It is the UN that supplies the 'permits' isn't it? Who decided one in California should be right over a fault line (or was the emergency response headquarters?)

Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

How about now?

The plant is on nuclear steroids, not nuclear viagra. It has been in meltdown for some time, evacuation zones are usually set up a few late rather than a few days prior. Take it from there.
 
Corduroy
#144
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

The plant is on nuclear steroids, not nuclear viagra. It has been in meltdown for some time, evacuation zones are usually set up a few late rather than a few days prior. Take it from there.

Sounds like the perfect place to take it from. Evacuation zones are usually set up a few days late you say... OK...

Q: When was the evacuation zone set up?

A: The day of the earthquake

Conclusion: if evacuation zones are set up a few days after a nuclear power plant has reached a critical state, the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant was in meltdown before the earthquake. Makes sense.
 
MHz
#145
Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

Sounds like the perfect place to take it from. Evacuation zones are usually set up a few days late you say... OK...

Q: When was the evacuation zone set up?

A: The day of the earthquake

Conclusion: if evacuation zones are set up a few days after a nuclear power plant has reached a critical state, the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant was in meltdown before the earthquake. Makes sense.

So the danger today is the same as it was on the 12th (which is as close as I have come to putting an evac because of an explosion at the plant)? That doesn't sound plausible. Your description would require being able to predict the future, expanding the zone to 30km two days before it became dangerous might be well past the two days because they intentionally hold back from implementation of the best safety measures compared to the least expensive.. Some would call that careless, some would call it criminal. No doubt the zone would have been under evac condition from the wave by itself and the damaged plant lasted only one day later.

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MHz
#146
Yo think??
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bill barilko
#147
Well I made it to/from and along the way met an old friend I hadn't seen in ages sitting on a sunny bench near Science World-a wonderful surprise.

Great time catching up/exchanging email addies-these are the things that matter in life.
 
Corduroy
#148
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

Your description would require being able to predict the future,

But it's the only reasonable conclusion based on your premise that they create these evacuation zones a few days too late. You told me to take if from there and I did. Since they haven't expanded the evacuation zone in a month, I guess I shouldn't be asking if it's been a few hours yet but if it's been a few days yet.

So has it been a few days yet?
 
Stretch
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Fukushima Radiation Taints US Milk Supplies at Levels 300% Higher Than EPA Maximums (external - login to view)


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'The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to release new data showing that various milk and water supply samples from across the US are testing increasingly high for radioactive elements such as Iodine-131, Cesium-134, and Cesium-137, all of which are being emitted from the ongoing Fukushima Daiichia nuclear fallout.
As of April 10, 2011, 23 US water supplies have tested positive for radioactive Iodine-131, and worst of all, milk samples from at least three US locations have tested positive for Iodine-131 at levels exceeding EPA maximum containment levels.'
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MHz
#150
Quote: Originally Posted by CorduroyView Post

But it's the only reasonable conclusion based on your premise that they create these evacuation zones a few days too late. You told me to take if from there and I did. Since they haven't expanded the evacuation zone in a month, I guess I shouldn't be asking if it's been a few hours yet but if it's been a few days yet.

So has it been a few days yet?

Since it isn't my money being spent why aren't the authorities demanding all farmers in the zone they established planting hemp as a means to start cleaning up what is already there. Establishing a zone in the first place should have been th call to spread the seeds and get out. Months later those seeds have started to grow and break down the contaminants. Naturally somebody would be paying the farmers and land owners for the use of their land. Wait too long and how do you plant the hemp, other than with water bombers? With this upgraded to a 7, shouldn't the zone be 'updated' also.

What is the event you are looking for before you would tell them it is time to book it? Or should they stay inside their houses until the sound to leave, at which point they have to evac through a hot zone undoing all the good that has been done by staying indoors?

Did you see the vid of people going into the abandoned area? How about the one for entering the tomb in the Ukraine, a little older but they used something like stretch and seal even after having their 'white coveralls on'. Is that how the ones living in the area should protect themselves rather than trying to seal up the house you seal off the body as much as possible from dust? If the dust is dangerous then the mouth, nose, eyes and ears all should have 'dust protection'. At what point would you advise people to start taking such 'extra-ordinary' precautions?

Say all the updated safe radiation levels turn out to be perfectly safe, all that means is that we have been lied too in the past, being sold a bogus set of stringent and needlessly expensive construction costs as we could all have a N powered car that came filled at the factory and is good for 30,000 years of 'juice'. The size id a sewing thimble and covered with a thin film of something, All for $10.99/ mo. Then when the babies start coming out like they do in Iraq you can issue the 'alarm', who is that really helping in the end?

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Over the long term, the big threat to human health is cesium-137, which has a half-life of 30 years.
At that rate of disintegration, John Emsley wrote in “Nature’s Building Blocks” (Oxford, 2001), “it takes over 200 years to reduce it to 1 percent of its former level.”
It is cesium-137 that still contaminates much of the land in Ukraine around the Chernobyl reactor.
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Cesium-137 mixes easily with water and is chemically similar to potassium. It thus mimics how potassium gets metabolized in the body and can enter through many foods, including milk.


Radioactive caesium and iodine has been deposited in northern Japan far from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, at levels that were considered highly contaminated after Chernobyl.
The readings were taken by the Japanese science ministry (external - login to view), MEXT, and reveal high levels of caesium-137 and iodine-131 outside the 30-kilometre evacuation zone, mostly to the north-north-west.
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After the 1986 Chernobyl accident (external - login to view), the most highly contaminated areas were defined as those with over 1490 kilobecquerels (kBq) of caesium per square metre. Produce from soil with 550 kBq/m2 was destroyed.
People living within 30 kilometres of the plant have evacuated or been advised to stay indoors. Since 18 March, MEXT has repeatedly found caesium levels above 550 kBq/m2 in an area some 45 kilometres wide lying 30 to 50 kilometres north-west of the plant. The highest was 6400 kBq/m2, about 35 kilometres away, while caesium reached 1816 kBq/m2 in Nihonmatsu City and 1752 kBq/m2 in the town of Kawamata, where iodine-131 levels of up to 12,560 kBq/m2 have also been measured. “Some of the numbers are really high,” says Gerhard Proehl, head of assessment and management of environmental releases of radiation at the International Atomic Energy Agency (external - login to view).
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Last edited by MHz; Apr 12th, 2011 at 06:56 AM..
 

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