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Japan declares 'nuclear emergency' after quake

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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 09:29 AM
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Status of "Leaking" and "Puddle"



Pretty good amount of Strontium.

www.tepco.co.jp...

www.tepco.co.jp...

And this is sweet:

We deeply apologize to the inhabitants around the power station and every one in the society that we let the water containing radioactive materials flow into the sea to cause their worry and anxiety.


www.tepco.co.jp...

A little bigger picture of the drainage channel to the sea:
www.tepco.co.jp...

- Purple Chive




posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by Purplechive

Manhole Covers Blow Off By Tsunami



www3.nhk.or.jp...

Remember way back when someone noticed that the manhole covers looked like they had been blow off. Just wondering if this could of happened at the Fuku sewer system also?

Good eye on posting that PC. It finally IMO answers that question about the manholes at Fukushima once and for all.

As the video shows, it is virtually impossible that the tsunami blew the manholes at Fuku. First, they show that it is rare for a manhole to be blown off, the amount of pressure needed to accomplish this task. And second the pressure has to be exerted under the manhole, forcing it up. In the case of the manholes at Kennesuma one can see from the video the force that was being applied, and this still only dislodged certain manholes. And the amount of water involved was massive as this area was inundated with a surge that went far into the countryside.

The water that produced this pressure flowed into the sewage system via the backdoor, through the sewage plant. Fukushima Dai-ichi has no such portal. Nor did it experience the amount of seawater other places did, as the hills behind Fukushima controlled this. This, and the fact that every single manhole was blown at Fuku, from the size of a car to a breadbasket, suggests intense pressure exerted throughout the entire system at the plant at precisely the same moment, and that pressure didnt come from the tsunami.

Thank you very much PC. That pretty much seals the deal for me as far as manhole damage at Fukushima. And that question had beenn nagging at me as of late.




Originally posted by Purplechive

Core Meltdown Info in English



Scary Sh!t!!

www.tepco.co.jp...
www.tepco.co.jp...
www.tepco.co.jp...
www.tepco.co.jp...
www.tepco.co.jp...

Unfortunately the main report is still not available. But seeing them do this gives me hope it will be done soon as well.

tsutsuji corrects a mistake in one of these;

"All fuel melted through PCV from original position" on page 20 of www.tepco.co.jp... is presumably a translation mistake. The Japanese text at www.tepco.co.jp... says "all fuel moved downwards from original position". Then, "Further, as there is a high probability that RPV damage occurred, we estimate that a considerable amount dripped down to PCV bottom".



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 11:40 AM
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North Anna..."After the Fact" Emergency Condition...Unusual Event



There's that "Leakage" word again...42 gallons per minute...

www.nrc.gov...

And just restarted the plant after the earthquake on 11/21...
www2.timesdispatch.com...

And the BIG AUGMENTED NRC inspection team sent Aug. 29...BITE MY ARSE!!!
www.nrc.gov...

Sigh....

- Purple Chive
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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 01:03 PM
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Some moms raising hell at city hall in Okinawa.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 02:01 PM
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Hepa filter readings from LA.
U-tube is doing something so I can't embed or Like.
www.youtube.com...

And this great vid looks like Green Peace running a blockade at fuk in 1999.
www.youtube.com...



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 04:26 PM
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Originally posted by Purplechive

North Anna..."After the Fact" Emergency Condition...Unusual Event



There's that "Leakage" word again...42 gallons per minute...

www.nrc.gov...

And just restarted the plant after the earthquake on 11/21...
Am i hallucinating again, or has the NRC begun speaking in Tepconese. They dont say how long the leak lasted for, but its over now and thats why they called the emergency a non emergency because it was an emergency but its not an emergency now because the emergency is over and they didn't report it while the emergency was happening so its a non emergency emergency.


How much buffoonery do we have to put up with. Damn. Id bury my head in the sand but its not boronated with zeolite added.

NRC, NISA, IAEA......it doesn't matter. Just another arm of the nuclear mafia. TIME TO SHUT THEM ALL DOWN AND SEND THE WORLDWIDE NUCLEAR MAFIA TO JAIL. In fact I know of a nuke plant thats no longer in operation that could be converted very easily to accommodate these clowns. And since they dont think theres any health concerns associated with fukushima, they wont mind spending the rest of their miserable lives there.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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Greetings:

Are we truly in an alternate universe or is this the Twilight Zone?

Or did we merely misconstrue what has been presented and are actually barking
up the wrong tree?

One question:

How much “puddle water” is there and where is this water coming from and going to and
should we be concerned?


Take your pick on the answers provided by various media sources.

5 December 2011
5.8 trillion becquerels of strontium leaked from Fukushima over weekend

Tepco Press Release, Dec. 5: 'At 11:33 am on December 4, workers found that there was puddle water inside the barrier around the evaporative condensation apparatus (estimated volume of water was approx. 45 m3.
(1 cubic meter of water = 1 metric ton).'

NHK: “The water is [color=Chartreuse]believed to have contained 130,000 becquerels per cubic centimeter of radioactive strontium.”

New York Times: 'Tepco said a check on Saturday had found no sign of the leak, suggesting that it began Saturday night or early Sunday morning. The company said it was exploring ways to stop any more water from escaping.'

45 metric tons = 45,000 kg = 45,000,000 cubic centimeters * 130,000 becquerels per cubic centimeter of strontium = [color=Cyan]5,850,000,000,000 Bq strontium.

The New York Times article goes on to say:


Tepco installed a new circulatory cooling system in September with filters that decontaminate and recycle the cooling water.

But the company acknowledges that some water has already leaked into the ocean, and thousands of tons of water remain in the flooded basements of the plant’s reactor buildings.

The Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety in France estimates that between March and mid-July, the amount of radioactive cesium 137 that had leaked into the Pacific from the Fukushima Daiichi plant amounted to 27.1 petabecquerels, [color=Chartreuse]the greatest amount known to have been released from a single episode.

(A becquerel is a frequently used measure of radiation, and a petabecquerel is a million billion becquerels.)

Another angle from NHK WORLD.

Curiously (or not), if one was merely scanning headlines, this one might be construed to be somewhat misleading...

Strontium-tainted water leak suspected

Would not the headline imply that there might NOT be a leak?

5 December 2011

The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says about 45 tons of strontium-tainted water [color=Cyan]may have leaked out of a water treatment device, with a portion of it spilling out of the facility...



Tokyo Electric Power Company says the water [color=Cyan]may contain high levels of radioactive strontium. Strontium causes internal radiation exposure.



The company is trying to determine whether the water reached the sea.



The utility said at about 11:30 am on Sunday a water leak was spotted in a device to remove salt from contaminated water from which radioactive material had already been removed.

What?

It has been stated heretofore that the ‘evaporative condensation apparatus, [color=Chartreuse]which is used to purify sea water...used at the plant to cool reactors...’

This statement implies that the treatment is pre-reactor which should not be radioactive ...
which story to believe?

Why would one go to the time and expense to remove theoretically non-radioactive salt from the water?



It said the leak was stopped after the device was turned off, but at least 45 tons of water containing radioactive materials may have leaked out, with some portion [color=Cyan]possibly reaching a ditch outside the facility.



The level of radioactive cesium had been reduced to 45 becquerels per cubic centimeter after the treatment.

But the water is believed to have contained 130,000 becquerels per cubic centimeter of radioactive strontium.


And 45-220-??? tons leaked here?


To be continued...



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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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(... continued from previous post)

Somewhat convenient numbers: 45 here, 45 there...but 130,000 becquerels per cubic centimeter of radioactive strontium?


Another angle from the Wall Street Journal:

WSJ: New Leak Detected at Fukushima Plant — Asahi: Strontium at 1,000,000 times gov’t limit?


• The utility said beta-ray radiation from the surface of the pool was measured at 110 millisieverts per hour

• Citing Tepco officials, the Asahi Shimbun said 220 tons of water [color=Cyan]may have leaked from the unit with [color=Chartreuse]some of this reaching the sea

• The report added that the contamination in the water was considered moderate

45 is quite a different amount than 220...both numbers from TEPCO.

NewSpeak, Gobbledeegook, DoubleThink, NukeSpeak ...


Contaminated water found leaking at Japanese nuclear plant - CNN.com

5 December 2011

(CNN) -- Workers at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility have discovered a leak of 45 metric tons of radioactive water, operator Tokyo Electric Power Company said in a statement Monday.

It's unclear whether the contaminated water reached the Pacific Ocean.

The water was found Sunday morning inside a barrier around an evaporative condensation apparatus, [color=Chartreuse]which is used to purify sea water used at the plant to cool reactors damaged in the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami in March.

Huh?

One might question the statement [color=Chartreuse]which is used to purify sea water.

If this is a true statement, if, in fact, this ‘evaporative condensation apparatus’ is used
pre-reactor to remove the salt from sea water, [color=Cyan]why is the sea water so radioactive?


Tepco Says More Radioactive Water Leaks at Fukushima Plant

Bloomberg reports: Tepco said the leaked water contained 16,000 becquerels and 29,000 becquerels per liter of radioactive cesium 134 and 137 respectively.

Those levels exceed government safety limits by 267 and 322 times, according to Bloomberg calculations.

That’s 26,700 % and 32,200 % folks.


The water may have contained one million times as much radioactive strontium as the government limit, the Asahi newspaper reported today.

Matsumoto said Tepco may take three weeks to analyze the strontium level in the water.

The study by the French government-funded Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety said radioactive cesium that flowed into the sea from the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant was 20 times the amount estimated by Tepco...


[color=Salmon]TEPCO’s numbers off by 2,000 % ... again.

The CNN whitewash continues:


TEPCO said it was able to stop the leak by stacking sandbags around a crack found in a concrete barrier around the condensation unit.

The company said the sea water around the drain had a [color=Cyan]slightly higher level of a radioactive substance -- cesium 137 -- than usual.

TEPCO said it is still working to see how much contaminated water may have reached the ocean.



The dual natural disasters on March 11 wreaked havoc in Japan, killing more than 15,000 people.

While many of those died instantly, the country was on edge for weeks as utility and government employees scrambled to prevent a worsening nuclear catastrophe at the Daiichi plant, located about 240 kilometers (150 miles) north of Tokyo.

Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency eventually categorized the accident as a level-7 event -- the highest level on an international scale for nuclear disasters -- putting it on par with the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.


And this is the spin vomited in the sidebar:


NEW: TEPCO says water in the area has a slightly elevated level of a radioactive material

NEW: The company is trying to see how much contaminated water may have reached the ocean

Sandbags are used to stop the leak, the operator says

A 9.0-magnitude earthquake and a subsequent tsunami damaged the plant in March


To be continued...



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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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(... continued from previous)


NEW: TEPCO says water in the area has a slightly elevated level of a radioactive material

NEW: The company is trying to see how much contaminated water may have reached the ocean

Sandbags are used to stop the leak, the operator says

A 9.0-magnitude earthquake and a subsequent tsunami damaged the plant in March


... damaged the plant which then experienced triple melt-throughs and led to the largest industrial accident and environmental catastrophe in history!

It is this kind of pussy-footing and deliberate dis-info that obfuscates the true nature of this nightmare.

Of interest:


• Somehow, the L.A. Times report on leak fails to mention the word strontium, only cesium: Radioactive water found leaking from Japanese nuclear plant

• In the above Japan Times report, the opening sentence says, “Some 45 tons of highly radioactive water leaked Sunday.”

• Then the report quotes an expert who says, “Even if all 300 liters reached the sea, the radiation would be diluted, and the amount that escaped is tiny compared with what has already leaked into the sea.”

• Tepco Press Release, Dec. 5: At 11:33 am on December 4, workers found that there was puddle water inside the barrier around the evaporative condensation apparatus (estimated volume of water was approx. 45 m3 [1 cubic meter of water = 1 metric ton or 1.1 tons]).

• Tepco makes it clear the amount was 45 tons, while not mentioning 300 liters anywhere.


And now, for something completely different:




2 December 2011
After Fukushima - Enough Is Enough

The nuclear power industry has been resurrected over the past decade by a lobbying campaign that has left many people believing it to be a clean, green, emission-free alternative to fossil fuels.

These beliefs pose an extraordinary threat to global public health and encourage a major financial drain on national economies and taxpayers.

The commitment to nuclear power as an environmentally safe energy source has also stifled the mass development of alternative technologies that are far cheaper, safer and almost emission free — the future for global energy.

When the Fukushima Daiichi reactors suffered meltdowns in March, literally in the backyard of an unsuspecting public, the stark reality that the risks of nuclear power far outweigh any benefits should have become clear to the world.

As the old quip states, 'Nuclear power is one hell of a way to boil water...'

Children are innately sensitive to the carcinogenic effects of radiation, fetuses even more so.
Like Chernobyl, the accident at Fukushima is of global proportions.

Unusual levels of radiation have been discovered in British Columbia, along the West Coast and East Coast of the United States and in Europe, and heavy contamination has been found in oceanic waters.

Helen Caldicott, a pediatrician, is founding president of Physicians for Social Responsibility.
A native of Australia, she left her Harvard Medical School post in 1980 to work full-time on
anti-nuclear education.

We can all learn something from this truly caring, intelligent woman.

And yet, with evidence mounting to the contrary, we still have more evidence of Nukespeak:

5 December 2011
U.S. Responds to Fukushima

... The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's (NRC) executive director of operations, Bill Borchardt, said today he remains optimistic about the NRC's ability to implement and monitor nuclear safety regulations...

"If we want to live in a 21st century economy, we have to say yes to something," he said.
"[color=Cyan]I think it's extremely naïve to say that there can be life without nuclear power."



Not if we have anything to say about it.


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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 05:55 PM
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donwload ASAP. Ive got mine. Dont know how I missed this but this is a drive down the Valley of Death/ Murderers Row in March 28 that has some really important stuff. More later when I get home.




posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 07:37 PM
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Quick post concerning the leaks from Happy20790 via Mochizuki.

fukushima-diary.com...



These are the tweets of actual Fukushima worker, Happy20790. He explains how it is on the sight.

12/5/2011

The contaminated water leaks a lot recently. This time ,it went out of the “building” so it was reported but actually it happens frequently

I called it “a building” ,but it’s actually a temporary tent on a temporary concrete basement. It leaked from the first operation ,so they made a tiny dam in it. Maybe it’s only 20cm high.

I don’t get into the tent recently because it’s too radioactive,but I used to pump up leaked contaminated water. The contaminated water emits a lot of beta ray ,so you need to be careful. This time ,Tepco’s spokes man said it was 110mSv/h ,but it is higher at some points.

The concrete basement was constructed really urgently. They built the tent even before the concrete dried. so it got cracked already. Other tent may have the same problems too.

Unlike our ordinary contract ,makers only set the facility ,they don’t take responsibility of handing or maintenance.

As I tweeted before,this water purifying system is not a long-lasting system. It is a temporary system without proper planning process. In order to release cooling water to the sea ,we must install more proper facility.

Now the gutter is straightly connected to the sea. They must be shut down or a dam must be made. Currently every time it rains, radiation on the ground and radiation stuck to the plants flow into the sea straightly.

Makers and workers are already withdrawing from Fukushima plants ,but Tepco has no long term plan. They need to predict the future risk and prevent it from happening in advance.

That last sentence will never happen. Tepco doesn't give a hoot about future risks. Thats where we come in. And we mean business.

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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 08:07 PM
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Thank you all!!

Rbrtj



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 08:46 PM
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I was the one who mentioned the manhole covers.

I also asked the question:

Where are the toilets in those buildings?

Few at the time understood the significance of the question and may not now.

If those buildings are flooded with highly radioactive water, and the toilets are submerged, the next question is where do the sewage lines run?

Is the plant's sewage system independent or connected to the local system?

Where is the highly radioactive water in the sewage system going?

It disturbs my thoughts every now and then: just another in a very long list of bad things emanating from there.

Where are they going to put all those people? It seems to me that if they were facing this honestly they'd admit most of the area within 200 km of the place is uninhabitable and leave as quickly as possible.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 08:51 PM
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Here are two captures from the vid posted earlier from March 28th. Ready to get your mind blown. Check out the poolium behind the north wall. At least that's what it looks like to me. That stuff was every where in the northwest corner of R4, and it even looks like some is hanging from the blown outward wall section. And the heat damage missing from the rest of the reactor building is evident running down the west wall where it is blown out down to the first floor.

And the black burned area coming from between the two lower front buildings is also very interesting.

At this point I believe that the R2/R4 blast had its greatest visible expression from below the first floor northwest corner and straight up from there. Nanoseconds after this eruption and pressure surge, a hydrogen component to the blast occurred, but less destructive because the initial blast had already blown wall sections off.

But thats just a hunch/guess/knee jerk reaction. We really need to figure out the mystery of the poolium.

One thing is totally certain to me. Figure out the R2/R4 blast and many of the Fukushimas mysteries will fall into place.

More mind blowing captures to come



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 09:02 PM
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Originally posted by apacheman
reply to post by zworld
 


I was the one who mentioned the manhole covers.

I also asked the question:

Where are the toilets in those buildings?

Few at the time understood the significance of the question and may not now.

If those buildings are flooded with highly radioactive water, and the toilets are submerged, the next question is where do the sewage lines run?

Is the plant's sewage system independent or connected to the local system?

Where is the highly radioactive water in the sewage system going?

It disturbs my thoughts every now and then: just another in a very long list of bad things emanating from there.

Where are they going to put all those people? It seems to me that if they were facing this honestly they'd admit most of the area within 200 km of the place is uninhabitable and leave as quickly as possible.

apacheman, welcome back. I tried but in vain to find out anything I could about the sewage system. We know one exists, but the aeration tanks I thought was it arent, theyre used for rad stuff.

But I did find something incredible while going through plant schematics (hahahahaha, that Tepco tried to hide but did a very bad job of it). The manholes that we see blown off, and it seems most all of them, are part of either piping runs, or electrical runs, and as such aren't connected to a sewage system outlet. I also found out that some of them were massive, and it took a few men or heavy machinery to move them. Thats when I really began to suspect that those blown manholes were from the R3/UC blast and not the tsunami.

But I kept thinking that the first fire engines ran into them which meant they were there before any of the blasts. Then I discovered that the first engines ran into alot of debris, but no manholes. The first mention of blown manholes comes from the 16th, when the first Tokyo fire engine arrived.

Of course none of that answers the questions pertaining to the sewage system, and concerning these I too would like to know what type it was, and where does the piping run to. Ive seen porta potties set up so it probably isnt functioning but it could still be acting as a channel and path to the sea. And they need to stop that if thats true. Of course the post above from Happy20790 doesnt bode well for that to happen



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 09:43 PM
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I don't usually post whole stories, but this article from ENENEWS extracting from Escape to Okinawa, Sydney Morning Herald by Jane Barraclough, Dec. 6, 2011 is important for the whole world. This isn't intended to make people paranoid. Only aware. Though the below is about Japan, it definately applies ti the western US and Canada in a big way. (where else who knows)

The reason I initially posted on ATS was to find out if anyone else had been experiencing certain symptoms which had been breaking out all spring along the west coast. These were intense fatigue, nausea and the runs, and unexplained fevers, though I think I forgot to add bruising easily which was also occurring. People were looking like zombies for awhile. Everyone said it was because of the incredibly long wet spring we had, up to the end of June. But I felt it was from radiation exposure, having followed NILU from day one. And we got constant drizzle and light to medium rains, the perfect kind to bring atmospheric dispersion to the ground.

Then noticed the below

“People presented with purple spots, nose bleeding, high fevers, diarrhoea, aching bones, and extreme fatigue”
and said, yep, thats what I was talking about


(Emphasis Added):

As radiation hot spots emerge in Tokyo and nuclear contamination plagues the country, some Japanese are fleeing to the Okinawa island chain to avoid the fallout from Fukushima. But is it too late? [...]

Mother Mari Takenouchi

Government’s air samples, which were measured in [Tokyo's] Setagaya Ward, where Takenouchi was riding her bike, [her son] Joe was exposed to 145 times the normal level of background radiation in the city. [...]

In a cheap-housing block in Naha [Okinawa], Takenouchi and 30 other refugees from around the mainland — mostly mothers with young children — share the same anxieties. They talk about bizarre rashes, high fevers, blood noses and government and industry failures “they can never forgive”.

Mother Yuriko Tanaka

* Sendai refugee Yuriko Tanaka chose to leave [...] because she did not believe her children were safe
* She was worried about a persistent rash on the body of her four-year-old son
* “It’s been there since August and left scars all down his arms and hands”
* “The doctor gave us steroid cream, which only made it worse”
* “My friend’s child, who lives in the same area as us, got a similar rash mid-year”

Mother Minaho Kubota

* Her seven-year-old son, Daito, was playing outside when she turned on the the radio and heard about a series of nuclear explosions
* “Then Daito developed a rash on his neck”
* Four weeks later [...] Kubota’s baby son got his first-ever blood nose
* Kubota told teachers at her son’s school not to give him milk [...] The school ignored her requests

June Survey

* In June, door-to-door surveying in non-evacuated areas 60 kilometres from the plant revealed clusters of residents with persistent nose bleeding and diarrhoea
* The same symptoms were also found among Tokyo residents

Dr. Shuntaro Hida

* Hiroshima survivor Dr Shuntaro Hida
* Operates non-profit hospital for Chernobyl and Hiroshima atomic bomb victims
* Assessed 50 patients at a one-off clinic in the middle of the year
* “People presented with purple spots, nose bleeding, high fevers, diarrhoea, aching bones, and extreme fatigue”
* These symptoms appeared to varying degrees in people exposed to fallout from the Hiroshima bomb
* After seeing patients at the clinic with multiple radiation symptoms, Hida is concerned about radiation in Tokyo
* He believes those people who fled to Okninawa are far from paranoid
* “It’s a personal choice, as every individual has their own priorities and perceptions of the health risk. But as someone who has seen the delayed and immediate health impacts of nuclear fallout, I tend to err on the side of caution”



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 10:26 PM
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Originally posted by Aircooled
Not only a great report as usual, but some very interesting comments below.

Wow. finally got around to seeing it. Now more than ever I think we need to go to the roadmap of entomb, contain and filter. What people mean by that is entomb anything above ground, the whole Valley of Death, and build underground barriers to contain that which is underground as much as possible, while filtering that which escapes boundary.

that quote from the vid where the person who designed the reactor at Unit 3 is saying its only a matter of time before the corium hits groundwater and we have a steam explosion was the capper for me.



posted on Dec, 7 2011 @ 12:27 AM
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Folks, I can't believe what has transpired in the last hour. I now know what the poolium is, why R4 is the way it is, what the R2/R4 connection is and why Tepco is doing what they are doing. Im also pretty certain that recent signs are showing us we are in real and present danger and Tepco is aware of this more than anyone else.

Unfortunately I have a splitting headache and need sleep. So this is just a teaser. But tomorrow after work I will detail it all. Or as the Great Tepconini would say, 'tomorrow all will be revealed and confirmed'



posted on Dec, 7 2011 @ 01:58 AM
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Z, I can't wait.
I just found this. What do you guys think?

I think I'll stay up a bit and check the cam.



posted on Dec, 7 2011 @ 02:33 AM
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Just thought Id share this with you guys very powerful video I made to pull emotion out of people to make them understand what the Japanese people are going threw and how this is going to effect every one. I still dont understand why so very few people are paying attention to all of this??

www.youtube.com...

srry dont know how to embed on this site any help?
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