Guyz, on assignment. No time but had to post this. This might answer alot of questions.
Is this what all the lights at night down at 4 and the southend all summer and fall were about. It appears that, if there is something under ground,
it's been entombed. I don't know what to make of this otherwise.
We know from earlier pics of the summer that they had a fleet of backhoes, dirt removers, and dump trucks at work in the area between R4, CSFP and the
southend complex (SC). Every shot I saw during that time had equipment for removing dirt in this area, not just the picker upper and scooper stuff for
Recently PC linked to this pic and I did what Ive been trained to do when doing environmental investigation of a pollution catastrophe. First, take a
picture of the photo in your mind, as if you were standing there, an overall view. Then get out the magnifying glass and start dissecting it with the
initial understanding that everything in the picture means something. Even the little things. Dont discard something from examination until you're
sure it's meaningless.
This picture proved to be very productive. After analysis it is safe to say that the direction of work is to the back side of R4, northeast corner of
the support buildings and the area from the road to the northeast corner is done, sanded and covered with lead plates (Im assuming lead). This is
similar to the other side of R4, where they have plated up to the southeast corner, surrounding it, and are currently working the effium falls
section. It also shows that dirt removal as well as debris is still a part of the program, with both types of heavy equipment still present in
It is also a good shot of the siding that was blown off the walls of the support building from the R4 blast, (as sat photos show). Then there's the
funny hut in front of the heavy equipment, and in front of that is some kind of tank with warning cones in front. Nothing else jumped out at first and
was about to click next.
And then it dawned on me. There's no exhaust stack foot. Thats wrong. Here's a picture taken of that foot a couple months before.
Ground floor is now 3 + feet off the ground. Went back over Cryptome photos and found this,
Steel girders? Say What!!!!. How massively built is this new ground floor. And how deep. If they've been taking dirt out all along, did they go down
three feet. Four feet. For the them to cement in steel girders implies a huge structure.
Now we must ask ourselves, with 3 reactor cores and 4 SFPs in need of more work than Tepco and the Japanese government may be able to do, work that
will take years, WTF ARE THEY DOING ENTOMBING THE FUGGING GROUND.
Thats what it looks like they have done. This raised area at this time appears to go from the south wall of R3, past R4 and centralized waste
treatment. It doesnt go as far as the CSFP but the girders sticking out implies that it will be continued.
Im pretty sure we are looking at an entombment of the UC. Whatever shape this raised mass takes will probably outline it.
Curiouser and curiouser.
edit on 25-1-2012 by zworld because: (no reason given)
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