Japan declares 'nuclear emergency' after quake

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posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 04:07 PM
sorry for the missing picture.

i reloaded it on our ats-servers:
(it should be just a bad joke and nothing more!)

edit on 29-1-2013 by nuckelchen because: edit?!

posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 05:55 PM

Originally posted by Purplechive

Unit 3: Removing Another Beam

- At 6:58 AM on January 28, Unit 3 spent fuel pool alternative cooling primary system was suspended in order to remove a steel beam interfering with the removal of steel beam truss debris (Pool water temperature when the system was suspended: Approx. 9.1℃). The system will be suspended until February 1 and the pool water temperature increase rate is estimated to be approx. 0.16℃/h. There is no problem with the pool water temperature control considering that there is a sufficient margin to the maximum allowed temperature (65℃). The spent fuel pool alternative cooling system will be put in operation during the night as debris removal will not be done at night.


Missing data due to work:

- Purple Chive

I opened your first link and got a real bad case of the shivers. That happens when I am getting a major blizzard of a snow job. Who do they think they are fooling, besides themselves that is???

posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 06:46 PM
we must talk.

what are these white shiny balls'?


they are something nuclear, some much is clear:


posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 07:11 PM

Originally posted by nuckelchen
we must talk.

what are these white shiny balls'?


they are something nuclear, some much is clear:


They are artifacts from shooting through dirty glass or a dirty lens. It is a common problem for photographers who have to shoot in wet and dirty environments.

posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 09:37 PM
they are don't!
if you would watch some of the tepco underwater videos you would knew them!

but lol isn't what u're posting here!

are you crazy?

i had mail conntacts with atomic pros about that phenomen and now you comes around and talk about blubb and smear on the lense?

sorry for asking you again,
you are crazy?

posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 10:24 PM
reply to post by nuckelchen

So Knuck, don't keep me in suspense. What are they? Some kind of rad effect?

They will openly dump now.
Fukushima nuclear accident radioactive contaminated water that is produced is full I still anymore. I will release a large amount of radioactive contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean last. TEPCO has announced. Pacific Ocean is contaminated and allow this radiation.
["We've screwed the Pacific, what's a few more thousand tons?"]


The meeting demonstrated the huge gap that existed between the Japanese government, which only considered the Fukushima nuclear accident as an internal TEPCO matter, and the U.S. government, which had reached the conclusion that there was the possibility of a major disaster that could spread to a global scale.

P.S. folks, I posted some high numbers from the EPA for a couple of U.S. cities over at the Radiation watch thread. Have a look if you like.

posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 04:03 AM

Page 7 Gets Interesting...

They are going to start killing everything within the port....


- Purple Chive
edit on 30-1-2013 by Purplechive because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 10:12 AM
reply to post by nuckelchen

First, the insults and name calling say more about your character than about mine.

Second, if you want to actually learn something, there is a photography term "bokeh" that you should do a web search on.

posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 10:25 AM

Originally posted by Silverlok
let"s say for a second that the nuker industry and the amazingly non-data gathering EPA ( I Use those capitols as a very unfunny joke) are right ....and that no radiation from fuku is effecting the US in any significant way.

So then I guess that a priory started on this thread about increased disease virulence is merely co-incidental to the stats that this , in the US has been the worst 'flu' season in recent memory by almost an order of magnitude...and it is only Late January?

Greetings Team - great work (as usual)!

Perhaps this will be of interest in response to esteemed member Silverlok:

FukuFlu/Fallout Fluenza/Radiation Rainouts Target North America

[color=limegreen]As of 30 January 2013,
it has been

[size=36pt]691 days

[color=limegreen]since the
Fukushima catastrophe
[color=limegreen]exploded as the world's worst environmental disaster
and we, the people and the planet
have been at war 24/7/365
with the continuing nuclear fallout ever since.

[color=limegreen]Unfortunately, our dear beloved Mother Earth
and all life on our fragile beleaguered globe
seems to be losing the fallout depopulation battle.

Fukushima radiation depopulation unfathomable: Possibly 100s of millions deaths

Radiation Fallout Affects North American Food Safety

Two words we have yet to see together in the MSM relating to 'the flu':

Radiation sickness

OK, how about

"The Flu"- whatever moniker one may want to hang on it -

... we're sure it's a mere coincidence that the radiation rain-outs
of the past few months have weakened our auto-immune systems
so much that 'everyone' is now requested to get gubmint 'flu shots' -
or you might lose your job.

Depopulation Agenda

Flu cases soar nationwide, drugs, vaccine in short supply

Radiation, Global Eugenics and the Depopulation Agenda

Increase in global radiation levels due to Fukushima fallout?

EPA Radnet data indicate large spikes in US west coast cities during
this time period.

"Furthermore, many people I know living in
California, Arizona, and Nevada experienced “clinical” symptoms of
radiation exposure late winter and early spring 2012 including: bloody
noses; receding gums and dental problems; hair and nail loss; weight
loss and widespread inexplicable stomach problems that could not be
diagnosed by internists and gastroenterologists..."


[color=magenta]Peace Love Light
edit on 30/1/2013 by thorfourwinds because: color

posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 02:14 PM
A geiger and some sweet basil in Colorado.

Tepco: We are planning to dump water from Fukushima plant into Pacific Ocean

BBC: Medical tests show exposure to “high levels of radiation” in Fukushima evacuees

Jiji: Japan plummets in press freedom list — “Almost zero respect for access to information related to Fukushima… Should sound an alarm”

Goebbels and fuk. What a pair!

posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 09:24 PM
Ok, we have been having an ongoing discussion on FB, and I really need eyeryones eyes and input. It's possible, but without fresh film I can't say for sure?
The thinking here is that the CSFP has been having ongoing events, and that's why the cam was moved to the south from the north.
We did see some strange things happen when the cam was looking south. Especially in front of those searchlights, right?
We haven't seen a pic of the inside of the csfp since May 011, right?
So first, are these a match? The stacks on the roof of the csfp?

Sure looks like it's right.

Second, a screen cap from the beginning of the Jan 7th 013 event.

I realize the darkest spot of this explosion does look like it's left [north] of the stacks.

You know this one... The "It was a boiler" story.
I'm growing suspicious of this contact "Happy" from fukushima Diary.
He only pops up when something happens that everybody sees. He never seems to report some event we don't see!
First it was the careless smoking fire by the R #1, 2 switchyard, then this boiler. He always seems to have an answer but never any details?
So what say Ye smart folks?
.......Other than "without fresh film who knows?"

posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 10:53 PM
reply to post by nuckelchen

I feel that I must ask your forgiveness.I asked a question of you a few days ago;and after further research I realize that it was a question that did not have a definite answer. I can do the math myself(with great difficulty),but I need access to more information than has been released(if I know exactly what isotopes where released,what quantity,and the time frame for said releases;I might be able to produce an estimate for that period of time).

posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 12:13 AM

Originally posted by TheWetCoast
reply to post by nuckelchen

I feel that I must ask your forgiveness.I asked a question of you a few days ago;and after further research I realize that it was a question that did not have a definite answer. I can do the math myself(with great difficulty),but I need access to more information than has been released(if I know exactly what isotopes where released,what quantity,and the time frame for said releases;I might be able to produce an estimate for that period of time).

With the lack of info out of Japan,it's kind of hard to do.
I'm sure many members on here have some saved records of that .
This is just a small portion,maybe you could find something there.

posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 01:52 AM
Into each life a little fukushima must fall. lol
Should I have BJ Thomas singin away in the background?

posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 06:59 PM
This was my 3:30 am test, so this crap was steady.
3 1/2 hours after the midnight test

Apologies in advance, like I say, it was late, the ice was slick, and it ain't easy placing a geiger in the dark, holding the cam still, and holding an umbrella over myself and the instruments.

In the vid I say July instead of January
I must have been wishing for warmer days, in the back of my mind.

posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 12:12 AM
So..... reflection or something sparking?
It looks like they hauled this out of the #3 pool. Hell even if it's a roof girder, it's basically sitting in an open air reactor, right? So even the debris would be really hot.

From the 19 second to 26 second mark.

posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 02:59 PM
i'm on the hurry so please me sorry for only "copy&paste" my last comments from enenenenennenenwewewws webcam-corner:

our funky tepco homeboys had uploaded 2.000 pictures from the verrry first times & days, march up to april 2011.
our mega-funky tepco homeboys had created verrry many funny zip archives for their representing of it all.
99 !!!


every single one you must click with right and then click "save as".
the problem is that you can not "save as" more then three zip files at one-then the saving windows opens and blockaded your mouse…

but when you put all the files as downloads right
da funky tepco crew cut all their servers!

96 zip files are now not ready downloaded and maybe, sometimes, someday, i will try it again…


also the google:cache doesn't finds any more tepco sides in their caches…tztz


2.000 pictures photoshoped in more then 700 days.
three per day…
great work boys!


up and out of any scale..
..bye-bye you unkown green radio-graph…

from the 489 single radio-meter-stations were more as 350 of them strightly on UPRISING right now, feb 3th 2013




crazy froggy

time was round about 17:00 JST

any one here on board who could translate all the different colors from the graphs of every single detected nuclide?

posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 05:38 PM
Hot rain in Brazil [car swipe about 26 X background]

And the front lawn reads 12 X background.

The Department of Defense has decided to walk away from an unprecedented medical registry of nearly 70,000 American service members, civilian workers, and their families caught in the radioactive clouds blowing from the destroyed nuclear power plants at Fukushima Daiichi in Japan.
spoonsenergymatters.wordpress.com... ors/

Magnitude 6.9 - HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION [60 miles deep]
I wish we had some cams on the Higashadori, Rokkasho and Tomari plants.

NHK ‘Inside Fukushima’: Highest radiation on tour found between Pacific Ocean and Reactor 3 — 1,370 microsieverts per hour

And the garbage film is here.
So remember kids... fukushima is just a 1000 electric stoves!

Oh yeah, ocean side = our way.

posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 11:03 PM
And speaking of Rokkasho, "Rokkasho’s Potential To Contaminate Could Rival Fukushima Daiichi"

Today's quake was a good long shake.

posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 01:56 AM
here is a new picture from the seasided wall of reactor nr 2.
and remember u, there were only a four corner hole because of the pressure panic door that was blastered away

and looky now,
looks like something alien-style-builded by h r giger himself:


"The photograph is taken on January 20."


the northwestended corner of reactor 2 was the hottestestely spot with 100.000 whatevers per hour…for still 18 months...30 days...24 hours... whatevers

catheter, tube used to drain body fluids or to keep a passage open (Medical)

Do you do the reactorium duo una cathetering Mr Tepcolo?


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