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Originally posted by 00nunya00
reply to post by liejunkie01
Man, that's one of those things you're going to have to dig for----it's been reported by the MSM so many times, over so many days, that we all kind of talk about it now as part of the canon; it's just common knowledge at this point. Maybe start with googling "japan accept help" and see what you get? Sorry, I'm so wrapped up in staying current on this, I can't go back for old links! It got exhausting to keep up with this a few days ago.
Has anyone put together a collection of news updates and links by themselves, without 200+ pages to slog through to find them again?
Japan May Spray Water over Another Damaged Reactor: Edano Tokyo, March 18 (Jiji Press)--Japan is considering spraying water over another damaged nuclear reactor at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 plant, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said Friday. It is being considered whether water should be sprayed over the No. 1 reactor in order to cool it down, an operation similar to ones being taken for the No. 3 reactor, Edano told a news conference. At present, Japan is trying to figure out whether pictures of the accident-damaged plant can be taken from above, the top government spokesman said. Edano also said radiation levels remained high over 100 microsieverts at some places about 30 kilometers away from the power plant, located in northeastern Japan. But the current levels of radiation poses no immediate hazard to the human body, he said.
Originally posted by onequestion
reply to post by 00nunya00
You are right. something is not right and ATS is to busy producing crap about radiation levels in denver.
what is not right and what is really happening?
can someone ground themselves enough for 10 minutes to really analyze the issue and find the needle in the haystack?
A breach in the pool would leave engineers with a problem that has no precedent or ready-made solution, said Edwin Lyman, a physicist with the Union of Concerned Scientists. "My intuition is that this is a terrible situation and it is only going to get worse," he said. "There may not be any way to deal with it."
BREAKING NEWS: IAEA team to monitor radiation near Fukushima nuke plant: IAEA chief
14 March, 10:08 UTC: 84 °C
15 March, 10:00 UTC: 84 °C
16 March, 05:00 UTC: no data
14 March, 10:08 UTC: 59.7 °C
15 March, 10:00 UTC: 60.4 °C
16 March, 05:00 UTC: 62.7 °C
14 March, 10:08 UTC: 58.0 °C
15 March, 10:00 UTC: 58.5 °C
16 March, 05:00 UTC: 60.0 °C
13 March, 19:08 UTC: 84 °C
17 March, 03:00 UTC: 64.2 °C
17 March, 18:00 UTC: 65.5 °C
17 March, 03:00 UTC: 62.5 °C
17 March, 18:00 UTC: 62.0 °C
Originally posted by burntheships
So they have been monitering radiation, yet not releasing the information.
Let me guess, its not a mandate?