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Japan declares 'nuclear emergency' after quake

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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 11:12 PM
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That "steam" sure looks familiar. (Actually was never at that site before, their you go, a mistake leads too more info and background material.)




posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 11:20 PM
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www.tepco.co.jp...

www.tepco.co.jp...

Hey Zorgon......check this out



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 11:26 PM
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Influence to surrounding environment (seawater/air/others
www.tepco.co.jp...
This link has all the nucleide tests performed out in the water around the plant.
The whole sight is full of details that seem to be missing?

I also noted this statement>
Since April 17, we have also conducted sampling surveys at four points,
3 km off the shore of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, two points,
8 km off the shore of the Power Station and 6 points, 15 km off the shore
of the Power Station and informed them of evaluation results.

The data of three detected nuclides (Iodine-131, Cesium-134 and Cesium-137)
will be reported as fixed data. Other nuclide figures are to be
re-evaluated based on the improved measures for recurrence prevention
which have been prepared in accordance to a warning from NISA on April 1st

THEY GOT WARNED on the first of April and it took 16 days ..... still being @holes.


edit on 24-4-2011 by rbrtj because: cuz no one else was posting so i did it.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 02:59 AM
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Originally posted by Wertwog
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I think we had a case of .... PIBCAK ("Problem Is Between Chair And Keyboard").

edit on 23-4-2011 by Wertwog because: (no reason given)


That's funny on me.

Where are the pics from day 3,4,5... to April 24th... oh, yeah, no reason to update.


The fact is, if you tried to drive a truck through the reactor, google would never show it... or we could read it's lisence plates...
edit on 24-4-2011 by Chakotay because: CLASSIFIED



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 07:44 AM
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Reading between the ripples...

With the lack of pertinent data being released. We are still finding nuggets of truth, by reading between the ripples.
Japan's gov't and TEPCO, are sowing massive amounts of a whole new emotional crop. One not often seen in the Japanese culture.They are sowing "anger" This new crop is starting to grow as fast, as the radioactive leaks at Fukushima.
Neither can be controlled. The irony here...the leaks, fertilize the new crop. Just as Japan/TEPCO have no "plan" on how to deal with all the radiation...they also have no "plan" on how to deal with all that anger.


(Apr. 24, 2011

Satoyama woodlands face grim future

The Yomiuri Shimbun DAILY YOMIURI ONLINE

IITATEMURA, Fukushima--Radiation leaks from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant will force people in Iitatemura to abandon satoyama--natural woodlands near human communities

Residents of Nagadoro district in southern Iitatemura have been devoted to preserving the picturesque satoyama woodlands. A gentle stream burbles through the landscape, where residents grow vegetables.

Though Iitatemura is more than 30 kilometers from the crippled nuclear plant, the entire village was designated as a planned evacuation zone Friday. Consequently, the residents who have tended the satoyama will soon have to leave the area.

Hatsuo Sugi#a, 61, who left his company to operate a stone processing and sales business in the town after he inherited a plot of land there, has cherished the satoyama with his wife, Takiko.

But his family will have to take shelter in the next few weeks due to the risk of long-term exposure to radiation, leaving his house, factory and fields behind.

"We haven't decided anything--where we'll go or how to earn a living. If nobody lives in the satoyama, this place will soon be ruined. Even if we can come back, the satoyama can't be returned to its original state," Sugi#a said. "I want people in the Kanto region who received the benefits of the nuclear power plant to understand our feelings."
www.yomiuri.co.jp...

Des



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 08:20 AM
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The People of Japan are waking up...This new day is not good for them. I think part of the reason for the attempt at a total news blackout, is somewhat personal also. The blackout was right on the heels, of top gov;tTEPCO execs, having THEIR personal info spread around. What would you do, if your home address was put out there, for angry people to focus on. hmmm....


TEPCO boss blasted by angry evacuees

The Yomiuri Shimbun

KORIYAMA, Fukushima--"Why don't you try living here!" "Tell us when we can go home!"

These and other harsh comments greeted Masataka Shimizu, president of Tokyo Electric Power Co., during a visit to an evacuation shelter in Koriyama on Friday to apologize for the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

His visit was the first time Shimizu had gone to an evacuation center since the nuclear fiasco began at TEPCO's plant in Fukushima Prefecture. From start to finish, Shimizu kept his eyes on the ground.

"I'm sorry for causing such trouble for you," Shimizu told the evacuees.

He spent about two hours apologizing, often down on his knees at the shelter in the city's Big Palette Fukushima, which was housing about 2,000 people as well as the municipal offices of Tomiokamachi and Kawauchimura.

"Do you understand what it feels like to have to sleep on a cardboard box?" one crying woman yelled at him.

That night, Shimizu visited Kisai High School in Kazo, Saitama Prefecture, which is housing evacuees of Futabamachi, Fukushima Prefecture. He told Futabamachi Mayor Katsutaka Idogawa, "I apologize from the bottom of my heart."
(Apr. 24, 2011) www.yomiuri.co.jp...


Des



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 08:27 AM
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Let's see how this works...Reactions to "no-go zone" being extended at this late date. These people thought they were safe.


Lots to do before evacuation / 6,000 people, 10,000 cows, town offices, other facilities must leave

The Yomiuri Shimbun (Apr. 24, 2011)

Now that an area spanning five municipalities has been designated an evacuation zone near the troubled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, authorities have some big jobs ahead of them, including finding spots for the municipal governments, moving livestock and ensuring the process goes smoothly for children.

The population of the "planned evacuation zone" is about 10,000 people. Many have already left, but more than 6,000 residents still need to be evacuated.

The entire village of Iitatemura is part of the zone and plans to move its government to the Iino branch office of Fukushima city. "It's close to our village and children can easily commute to schools in Kawamatamachi," said Mayor Norio Kanno.

The village said it plans to keep a few officials in its current office to monitor conditions in Iitatemura.

When choosing locations for residents to move to, the village government has given priority to places within an hour's drive from the village. The village said it was also considering building temporary housing in an industrial complex in Fukushima.

According to the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry, about 10,000 head of cattle remain in the planned evacuation zone. The ministry and other authorities plan to move the cattle to farms outside the zone, but farmers have expressed worry that harmful rumors would prevent Fukushima Prefecture beef from selling.

The ministry said it would look for farms to accept the cattle inside the prefecture, but one ministry official said, "Finding homes for all 10,000 cattle in Fukushima Prefecture might be tough."

The ministry has started asking about 250 livestock farms run by local governments and other public entities, mainly in the Tohoku and Kanto regions, if they would accept the cattle.

The cattle would be tested for radiation before they are transferred and would be decontaminated in the same way as humans are if necessary.

Many livestock farmers have demanded the government finance the cost of moving the cows. The ministry said it is looking into having Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the crippled plant, shoulder the expense.

Many public welfare facilities in the zone have already evacuated, but some still remain.

Iitate Home is a nursing home in Iitatemura with 107 residents whose average age is 84. Officials of the home said radiation levels inside its building are low. They believe evacuating the residents would be riskier than staying, considering the physical and emotional burdens moving would place on them.

"If we have to move, the staff will have trouble commuting to the new location," said Masami Sanpei, head of the facility. The home has told the government it planned to have its residents stay in the facility and for staff to commute from outside the village.

For schools, an important task will be keeping children's stress at a minimum and making sure they are treated properly at the schools they move to. Twelve primary, middle and high schools are in the evacuation zone.

"It's important for teachers to explain what's happened with the transferred students so kids can understand the situation," said an official in charge of the issue at the Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Ministry.

The Fukushima prefectural board of education plans to dispatch counselors to schools that accept evacuees.
www.yomiuri.co.jp...



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 09:01 AM
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Hi all - I've had a quick search and I have found this important report:


The government is considering building an underground barrier near the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant to prevent radioactive material from spreading far from the plant via soil and groundwater, a senior government official said.



According to Mabuchi, the barrier would extend so far underground that it would reach a layer that does not absorb water. The wall would entirely surround the land on which reactors No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 stand.


If they are considering such a huge project, they must be very worried about large amounts of radiation seeping in to the surrounding ground. I think this "consideration" shows us exactly how serious the situation is.

The Daily Yomiuri



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 09:08 AM
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Good morning all,

The imbalance of TEPCO and the Japan government downplaying this disaster and at the same time enforcing an evacuation zone is showing. They have decided to allow people to come back into the no-go area in the near future to collect further belongings.

Japan seals off no-go zone around nuclear plant




Fearing they might not see their homes again for months, evacuees raced into the deserted towns Thursday before the ban took effect to grab whatever belongings they could cram into their cars.



Nearly 80,000 people were hurriedly evacuated from a 12-mile (20-kilometer) zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant on March 12, after an earthquake and a tsunami destroyed its power and cooling systems. The order had no teeth, however, and people began increasingly returning to check on the remains of their lives. Some had stayed all along.


But then they say this...


Edano said in the next month or two, authorities would allow one person per household to return to the area by bus for a maximum of two hours to collect necessary belongings. Participants would have to go through radiation screening, he said.

Residents chafed at the limit of one person per household.

Details were still being worked out, but Edano said when the situation stabilizes, families will be allowed further visits.

No visits will be allowed in the two-mile (three-kilometer) area closest to the plant, said Hidehiko Nishiyama of the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency.


Source



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 09:19 AM
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TY Moonbeams...this alone, reading between the ripples, says to me. They know it's only going to get worse. It's so bad right now, that the only conceivable plan, they can wrap their fried brains around is ...to dig down to solid rock, and enclose the whole damn place. ROFLMFAO...Is this really part of the new "plan"


Des



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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It appears the assessment of Reactor 3 having blown its top that was discussed on ATS - is beginning to echo...loudly. Follow the LINK for the full story with photos that will look very familiar to ATS members following this thread. As a reminder, this is the MOX fuel reactor.

high resolution photographic proof that the reactor core exploded at Fukushima unit 3




This comment was left by a reader Stuart Davies, we wanted to pass it along to all of our readers

The residents of Japan have good cause to mistrust the media, TEPCO officials, and members of their government when it comes to assurances about radiation levels, plutonium dispersal, and the related health risks.

Americans also have good cause to mistrust these same sort of assurances issued to American residents. The following is a letter I just sent to the Union of Concerned Scientists detailing evidence that the Fukushima unit 3 Reactor was the source of the massive hydrogen explosion a few weeks ago.... and the further implications of this easily verifiable fact.

Follow the links and examine the aerial photos and the diagram of the reactor building. If you agree with my conclusions after looking at the evidence with your own eyes (and I'm sure that most anyone will), please contact the UCS and any media sources of your choice to encourage them to look into this.






This March 24, 2011 aerial photo taken by a small unmanned drone and released by AIR PHOTO SERVICE shows damaged Unit 3 of the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okumamachi, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan. (Air Photo Service Co. Ltd., Japan)






I was struck by the location of the spent fuel pool on the third floor. (The spent fuel pool in the diagram is in the upper right corner of the building to the right of the top of the reactor, below the yellow beam, which is below the large orange girders.Part of the pool is cut away in the diagram, it appears to extend most of the way across about half of the building on the third floor) I went back to the site with the aerial photos and confirmed that the third floor was pretty much entirely obliterated in the explosion. The spent fuel pool is gone... see for yourself.

Today I had another look at the diagram, and noticed something else quite significant that I had missed before. I realized that the top of the primary containment vessel was flush with the floor level of the 4th floor, and that the top of the reactor itself was in the space between the 3rd and 4th floors, partially surrounded by the spent fuel pool.



At the top of the photo you see the skeletal remnants of the wall of the 3rd and 4th floors. It is easy to see the floor level of the third floor - there are two massive steam pipes running behind and below the building...the lower edge of the lower pipe is almost perfectly aligned with the floor level of the 3rd floor. Follow the floor line of the third floor down down from that back wall along the right side of the building, then across the front side of the building near the bottom of the photo. That shows you the floor level of the 3rd floor very clearly, right? There is nothing but air remaining above that level, except for a bit of roof debris which you can see through. The top of the primary containment vessel, as well as the top of the reactor itself, is simply GONE.

Even to a layperson, it is obvious that this means that the huge hydrogen explosion at unit 3 must have occurred in the reactor itself, and that the entire top of the reactor containment vessel was obliterated, ejecting the contents of the core - as well as the spent fuel pool- into the atmosphere.

This means, obviously, that significant quantities of plutonium were released, and that the release of radiation from unit 3 alone must be many times higher than has been admitted for the entire complex - Chernobyl pales in comparison.

It is apparent that Tepco, the NRC, and the Japanese and American government officials, among others, are participating in a coverup of the extent and severity of this disaster. This almost certainly applies to the blandly misleading assurances about the harmlessness of the fallout on US soil. The whistle must be blown, loud and clear.


Ripples as Des would say...Big Ripples.

cryptome.org...
Full size images.

edit on 24-4-2011 by DancedWithWolves because: Coffee hasn't kicked in yet.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 10:28 AM
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DWW, this info you posted, leaps out of the category of ripples Dear One. It's a freakin' tsunami.


TY for finding this gem.
Des



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 10:37 AM
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More food for the angry beast...Japan/TEPCO may for the moment, control the data we have access to, but, they can't stop this info from getting out. Unless, they stop all media outlets from reporting at all.


(Apr. 24, 2011) Exporters hit by nuclear anxiety / Radiation-fearing clients abroad demand time-consuming, costly screening

Mamoru Kurihara and Koichi Uetake / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writers

Exporters are facing demands from an increasing number of countries to provide proof that their products have been screened for radiation.

Companies and industry organizations are working to handle pressure for radiation screening in the wake of leaks from Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, but radioactivity tests are time-consuming and costly.

Observers have raised concerns that pressure to conduct the tests could negatively impact the nation's exports.

Nissan Motor Co. staged public radiation screenings of vehicles for export at its Oppama factory in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Friday.

The factory selected 10 cars due to be loaded onto a carrier vessel and subjected each to an about-five-minute test that checked radiation levels in three places, including the hood.

At the Shanghai Motor Show, which opened Tuesday, all cars on exhibit are subjected to radiation tests, regardless of their country of origin.

In an effort to reassure people, Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association Inc. Chairman Toshiyuki Shiga issued a statement Monday that said all the association's member companies would voluntarily carry out radiation screening of their vehicles.

The Japan Iron and Steel Federation has said it plans to disseminate guidelines for radiation inspections.

Fujitsu Ltd. and NEC Corp. also have prepared a system to independently conduct screening.

About 100 companies have bombarded the Fukushima prefectural government with requests to carry out screening tests.

"Some of our clients have expressed anxiety about the safety [of our products]," an official of one company said.

Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute in Kita Ward, Tokyo, said it has received many requests to conduct radiation tests on products ranging from precision machinery to synthetic fibers.

A radiation screening costs about 50,000 yen to 70,000 yen.

Local governments provide screening tests for free, but can perform them only so fast.

"At most, we can inspect products for 30 companies in a day. And the entire process for one company--including the actual test and all the other procedures involved--takes about three to four days," an official of the Fukushima prefectural government said.

Such circumstances will inevitably slow product shipments, observers said.

Businesses can obtain documents from their local chambers of commerce and industry that state the radiation levels in the air around production centers. These documents can cost up to several thousand yen, and are free of charge in some areas.

Nineteen major chambers have issued more than 1,000 such documents in recent weeks.

The first supplementary budget for fiscal 2011 included 700 million yen for Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry subsidies to help cover export firms' radiation-screening expenses.

The ministry has also set up an insurance scheme that covers export companies whose products are rejected by other nations.
www.yomiuri.co.jp...

Japan is finding out something about their people...Mama didn't raise no fools....

Des



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 10:38 AM
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Originally posted by DancedWithWolves
It appears the assessment of Reactor 3 having blown its top that was discussed on ATS - is beginning to echo...loudly. Follow the LINK for the full story with photos that will look very familiar to ATS members following this thread. As a reminder, this is the MOX fuel reactor.

Follow the links and examine the aerial photos and the diagram of the reactor building. If you agree with my conclusions after looking at the evidence with your own eyes (and I'm sure that most anyone will), please contact the UCS and any media sources of your choice to encourage them to look into this.






This March 24, 2011 aerial photo taken by a small unmanned drone and released by AIR PHOTO SERVICE shows damaged Unit 3 of the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okumamachi, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan. (Air Photo Service Co. Ltd., Japan)






I was struck by the location of the spent fuel pool on the third floor. (The spent fuel pool in the diagram is in the upper right corner of the building to the right of the top of the reactor, below the yellow beam, which is below the large orange girders.Part of the pool is cut away in the diagram, it appears to extend most of the way across about half of the building on the third floor) I went back to the site with the aerial photos and confirmed that the third floor was pretty much entirely obliterated in the explosion. The spent fuel pool is gone... see for yourself.

Today I had another look at the diagram, and noticed something else quite significant that I had missed before. I realized that the top of the primary containment vessel was flush with the floor level of the 4th floor, and that the top of the reactor itself was in the space between the 3rd and 4th floors, partially surrounded by the spent fuel pool.



At the top of the photo you see the skeletal remnants of the wall of the 3rd and 4th floors. It is easy to see the floor level of the third floor - there are two massive steam pipes running behind and below the building...the lower edge of the lower pipe is almost perfectly aligned with the floor level of the 3rd floor. Follow the floor line of the third floor down down from that back wall along the right side of the building, then across the front side of the building near the bottom of the photo. That shows you the floor level of the 3rd floor very clearly, right? There is nothing but air remaining above that level, except for a bit of roof debris which you can see through. The top of the primary containment vessel, as well as the top of the reactor itself, is simply GONE.

Even to a layperson, it is obvious that this means that the huge hydrogen explosion at unit 3 must have occurred in the reactor itself, and that the entire top of the reactor containment vessel was obliterated, ejecting the contents of the core - as well as the spent fuel pool- into the atmosphere.

This means, obviously, that significant quantities of plutonium were released, and that the release of radiation from unit 3 alone must be many times higher than has been admitted for the entire complex - Chernobyl pales in comparison.

It is apparent that Tepco, the NRC, and the Japanese and American government officials, among others, are participating in a coverup of the extent and severity of this disaster. This almost certainly applies to the blandly misleading assurances about the harmlessness of the fallout on US soil. The whistle must be blown, loud and clear.


Ripples as Des would say...Big Ripples.

cryptome.org... " target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">Full size images at cryptome
edit on 24-4-2011 by DancedWithWolves because: Coffee hasn't kicked in yet.




Thank you fo your post... does anyone else think it large hole in the roof of the building behind shows a circular object entered it at high velocity.... ie the reactor cap.....????



scary



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 10:44 AM
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From Silverlok page 575 of this thread:


Originally posted by Silverlok

I've posted it a couple of times but the size co-incidence is just too much to be ignored:



thats the cap at scale cut from it's resting place in the picture of reactor #4(so we have something that would have been exactly like the # 3cap) and dropped in the hole on the turbine roof , a dime against a doughnut say the other hole is the primary cap
edit on 6-4-2011 by Silverlok because: 1,2,5, no 3 sir 3





posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 11:10 AM
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I referred to this earlier as a linear explosion for a reason. From when the first video of #3 going up we all saw two separate and distinct explosions and I did some photo analysis earlier on showing force direction and overpressure estimates and I estimated the overpressure was in excess of 15 PSI. That is a MASSIVE amount- far more than an omnidirectional vapor explosion would generate.

The first explosion was the "traditional" hydrogen explosion which blew the walls out and produced a greyish cloud. The second explosion was linear and directed, caused perhaps by destabilization of the RPV which was pressurized like a mo-fo which failed at the weakest link- the lid which has a habit of lifting off it's flanges when interior pressure reaches 71 PSI. A stressed, overpressurized RPV with a lid lifting up, even a millimeter is extremely susceptible to failure when an exterior overpressure wave is applied. Think setting off an M-80 next to a pressure cooker that has been boiling away with a clogged valve. You get pot roast all over the kitchen- but in this case the pot roast is the anti-god particle, plutonium.

The sound accompanying the video was also analyzed by a guy I know who does all kind of ELINT and SIGINT intercepts and he said with 100% certainty that the sounds were not explosive in nature. While he could not pinpoint what they were he could state what they were not. IMO the scenario that makes the most sense is the three rumbling booms were structural failures within the building, releasing hydrogen which built up in the 25-30 seconds preceding both explosions.


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posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 11:31 AM
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Greetings SFA...have sorely missed your voice of expertise, and wisdom. Good to see you back. Do you have any "friends" in the loop, that can shed light on the overall lack of data getting out? We are in dire need of inside voices.

TIA
Des



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 11:35 AM
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That analysis was very helpful early on and further supported the determination that MOX fuel reactor #3 and its spent fuel pool have blown sky high.

We already have evidence on ATS that the EPA (epic fail) are hiding the data that supports this. Why this is being ignored not only in the mainstream, but also on ATS is beyond me.


The EPA has been posting data of its air, milk, and rainwater radiation online through the socrata data system.

But they have hidden many results from the public including the detection Plutonium, Strontium and several Cesium isotopes all of which began falling along the entire US west coast since March 18th.


Radioactive Fukushima Plutonium And Strontium Bombarding US West Coast Since March 18th



ATS thread here

You can do your own search from that thread. These readings are not being announced, discussed or cussed. Total game of hide and seek by the EPA that violates their oath of office to inform and protect the population - treason.

Even the IAEA is acknowledging that Reactor 3 and 2 are at atmospheric pressure - translate - there is no pressure - they are open. Bold added.


The reactor pressure vessel temperatures in Unit 2 remain above cold shutdown conditions. The indicated temperature at the feed water nozzle of the reactor pressure vessel is 135 °C. The reactor pressure vessel and the dry well remain at atmospheric pressure. Fresh water injection (approximately 47 tonnes) to the spent fuel pool via the spent fuel pool cooling line was carried out on 19 April.

The temperature at the bottom of the reactor pressure vessel in Unit 3 remains above cold shutdown conditions. The indicated temperature at the feed water nozzle of the reactor pressure vessel is 100 °C and at the bottom of the reactor pressure vessel is 108 °C. The reactor pressure vessel and the dry well remain at atmospheric pressure.


IAEA brief 042111

And to top it off TEPCO keeps referring to Units 1-3 being in cold shutdown out of one side of their mouth on their updates. Bologna. The overloaded spent fuel pools...crimeny what is wrong with this industry?

Thanks for offering up that analysis again...it is important for people to read or even for newcomers to hear for the first time. ETA: Dang it's good to see your brilliant mind back on this thread SFA437. You bring so much insight. I dearly hope you won't have another explosion at Unit 1 to analyze soon. They are trying what they can to stave off another pop. As someone else posted on this thread: to the general population - no boom=no doom.
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posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:02 PM
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not sure if this is fake or not, but a couple of zillion pages ago everybody was wondering when reactor 4 exploded, as there was no videos of it, just a couple of photos of it being relatively undamaged on the 15th, and on the photo's on the 16th it was clear that something happened.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:13 PM
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Meaning TEPCO blew plutonium into the jet stream? B@$+@&*$ . & I hate to say I fear that Americans have been exposed to it because the Japanese are soaking in it every day. An the tiniest amount of Plutonium = pretty much guaranteed lung cancer. Do I need links for that.. old news by now, right? What a shame.. it's hard to wrap my mind around all this; not that I'm surprised. Just at the evil and carelessness of men.


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