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Fukushima: Another leakage of water with excessive concentration of radioactive substances!

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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 09:47 AM
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Sunday, 10 November, 2013
11:40 UTC


Another leakage of water with excessive concentration of radioactive substances has taken place at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant in Japan, the Tokyo Electric Power Company, which operates the power plant, says. The power plant's workers have found several puddles near a container for fouled water at the plant's 4th power block. The operator company claims that the radioactive water did not get into the sea, because the place of the leakage is far from the water furrows. Supposedly, the leak took place because of a damage in the container's safety barrier. On Sunday, an earthquake with the magnitude of 5.5 points took place in Japan's east. However, the Tokyo Electric Power company claims that the quake did not touch the Fukushima power plant.


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New radioactive water leakage at Fukushima
10 November 2013, 08:32



Another leakage of water with excessive concentration of radioactive substances has taken place at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant in Japan, the Tokyo Electric Power Company, which operates the power plant, says.

The power plant's workers have found several puddles near a container for fouled water at the plant's 4th power block.

The operator company claims that the radioactive water did not get into the sea, because the place of the leakage is far from the water furrows.



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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 09:50 AM
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And so it begins.......

Here come the Zombies....

ELE, hate to say but it will get only worse from here on out folks, this I fear.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 09:55 AM
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Oh my ..

Slipshod tanks at Fukushima raise concern about more leaks, contamination

Mari Yamaguchi, The Associated Press
Published Friday, November 8, 2013 8:10AM EST



TOKYO -- When tons of radioactive water leaked from a storage tank at Fukushima's crippled nuclear power plant and other containers hurriedly put up by the operator encountered problems, Yo#atsu Uechi was not surprised. He wonders if one of the tanks he built will be next.

He's an auto mechanic. He was a tour-bus driver for a while. He had no experience building tanks or working at a nuclear plant, but for six months last year, he was part of the team frantically trying to create new places for contaminated water to go.

Uechi and co-workers were under such pressure to build tanks quickly that they did not wait for dry conditions to apply anti-rust coating over bolts and around seams as they were supposed to; they did the work even in rain or snow. Sometimes the concrete foundation they laid for the tanks came out bumpy. Sometimes the workers saw tanks being used to store water before they were even finished.

"I must say our tank assembly was slipshod work. I'm sure that's why tanks are leaking already," Uechi, 48, told The Associated Press from his hometown on Japan's southern island of Okinawa. "I feel nervous every time an earthquake shakes the area."



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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 10:15 AM
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On Sunday, an earthquake with the magnitude of 5.5 points took place in Japan's east. However, the Tokyo Electric Power company claims that the quake did not touch the Fukushima power plant.

Just the tanks apparently. The Fukushima power plant part s were already destroyed… by earthquakes. Love the way they word press releases.

"The invincible reactors will not be touched by anymore earthquakes." They must be tired of making stuff up. That one was not up to their usual snuff.

Should have read, Safety measures are constantly being reinforced in order to prevent earthquakes from further damaging the plants at Daichi.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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Last night on Coast to Coast the entire 4 hours was dedicated to the mess in Japan.. John B. Wells interviewed 4 different people on what is going on there now and the trash which was swept out to sea that will be hitting the west coast sometime next year which is larger than the U.K.

I have not finished listening but for those who are interested it might be a good listen.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 02:03 PM
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Tnx for info ..

Here it is ..

Guest(s): Arnie Gundersen, David Blume, Dr. John Apsley, Steven Starr



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