Catastrophe Japan - UPDATE

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di 16 jul 2013, 15:57

Fukushima, two years later

As tweeted by ITN Channel 4 News journalists Alex Thomson @alextomo and Stuart Webb @Worldwidewebb1.

foto's hier: http://storify.com/Rayabi/fukushima-two-years-later
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...ook 2 jaar later, check foto's

http://now.msn.com/fukushima-vegetables ... -radiation

...daar zijn die Monsanto gasten zelfs jaloers op
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wo 17 jul 2013, 14:14

Naast de foto's uit de post hierboven nog een filmpje:



Fukushima DNA Mutations..."Move along...Nothing to see here folks"
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ma 29 jul 2013, 20:14

New worries for Fukushima workers

24 July 2013 Last updated at 01:07 GMT Help

Workers at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan say they have seen steam rising from one of the damaged reactor buildings, for the second time in less than a week.

The company that runs the plant - Tokyo Electric Power Company, also known as Tepco, says it has not been able to establish where the steam is coming from.

The news comes a day after Tepco admitted for the first time that radioactive contaminated water is still leaking from the plant in to the sea.

Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports from Tokyo.


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Wat een ongelovelijk knoei en lieg bende..... :sick:
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[quote=""Mec" post=73978"]...ook 2 jaar later, check foto's

http://now.msn.com/fukushima-vegetables ... -radiation

...daar zijn die Monsanto gasten zelfs jaloers op[/quote]

Inmiddels staat er een mededeling bij : CORRECTION: A post on a website in Japan reports that these images aren’t related to the Fukushima disaster. We regret passing along the misinformation.

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“Alarm Bells” Over State Of Fukushima Plant Official: Govt Will Investigate How Radioactive Contamination Is Impacting Life In Pacific Ocean; Problems Are More Complicated Than (We) Initially Thought


Date: July 30, 2013

Japan’s nuclear watchdog will beef up monitoring at the crippled Fukushima power plant, an agency official said Tuesday, after leaks of radioactive groundwater into the ocean sparked heavy criticism of the site’s operator.

The leaks have triggered alarm bells over the plant’s precarious state and the capability of Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) to deal with a long list of problems [...]

The Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) plans to pull together two dedicated teams to investigate water contamination and its impact on the ocean’s ecosystem, according to the the official.


http://enenews.com/afp-alarm-bells-over ... complicate



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wo 07 aug 2013, 09:11

Regering Japan grijpt in bij lek Fukushima
7 augustus 2013 08:16
http://www.nu.nl/buitenland/3544493/reg ... shima.html


De Japanse regering grijpt in bij de beschadigde kerncentrale van Fukushima. De eigenaar van de centrale, Tepco, probeert het weglekken te stoppen maar slaagt daar op eigen kracht onvoldoende in.

Premier Shinzo Abe van Japan heeft het ministerie van Industrie woensdag opgedragen actiever eraan mee te werken dat er een einde komt aan het weglekken van radioactief grondwater uit de beschadigde kerncentrale van Fukushima in de Grote Oceaan.

Een afsluiting die het besmette grondwater bij Fukushima in toom zou moeten houden, vertoont gebreken. De centrale staat voor een nieuwe noodsituatie, meldde de Japanse toezichthouder op kerncentrales maandag al.

Abe zei niet of de regering extra geld uittrekt om de problemen met het radioactief grondwater beter te kunnen bestrijden.

De kerncentrale bij Fukushima werd in maart 2011 ernstig beschadigd door een aardbeving en een daaropvolgende tsunami.
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TV: ‘China Syndrome’ at Fukushima plant? Recent dramatic spikes in contamination show something is changing — Has a containment structure given way? (VIDEO)
Published: August 8th, 2013 at 10:30 am ET
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Has the Fukushima “China Syndrome” begun?

At 2:45 in

Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear: The crazy thing about Fukushima is we don’t really know the status of Units 1, 2 and 3’s core, or the reactor pressure vessels, or even the radiological containment structures […]

What’s to account for 100-fold increases in cesium, strontium, tritium, in the groundwater, in the bay, off the coastline, just in recent months? […]

So something is changing, and questions start to need to be asked: What has given? Have one of these containment structures given way, allowing the flow of the radioactivity to increase dramatically?
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A shocking new Japan tsunami video has turned up and was recently published by LEAKEDCHANNEL on YouTube. This video shows the size and enormity of this tragedy in a way that hasn’t yet been seen on Beforeitsnews and elsewhere before. For your info, the water really begins flowing in at the 3 minute mark and from there prepare to be in awe by the tsunamis amazing scope and power as it destroys everything in its path.





http://beforeitsnews.com/japan-earthqua ... 43316.html
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Fukushima leak emergency: LIVE UPDATES

Recent shocking reports confirmed by government officials have revealed that for two years since the March 2011 earthquake that triggered the Fukushima disaster, hundreds of tons of groundwater running under the damaged power plant are being mixed with toxic water used to cool its reactors and then leak into the Pacific Ocean.

Officials and the public have lashed out at the Fukushima operator TEPCO for failing to cope with and report on the situation, which the country’s nuclear watchdog NRA has described as an “emergency.”
August 10 14: 40 GMT: The level of the contaminated radioactive groundwater under the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant has risen 60cm above the protective barrier, according to the plant’s operator TEPCO.

This is the main reason why the water is freely leaking into the Pacific Ocean, the operator has admitted.

TEPCO and the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan are to decide on the urgent strengthening of the protective barrier.

August 9 TEPCO announces it started pumping out contaminated groundwater from under the Fukushima nuclear power plant. The company managed to pump out 13 tons of water between 2pm and 8pm local time on Friday. TEPCO said it plans to boost the pumped-out amount to some 100 tons a day with the help of a special system, which will be completed by Mid-August.

August 8 18:30 GMT: The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says it closely follows the leak of radioactive water from Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea and is ready to provide help if necessary.

“Japanese authorities have explained their planned countermeasures against current leakage and further leakages,” IAEA’s director of public information, Serge Gas, said in a statement.



He noted that the IAEA had already provided recommendations to Japanese authorities on how to manage liquid waste, and that a report from a mission in April had encouraged TEPCO to review its strategy for handling water that had accumulated at the site.

18:05 GMT: Japanese prosecutors are unlikely to press charges against former prime minister Naoto Kan and utility executives over their handling of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster after complaints filed by affected citizens, Japan’s Asahi newspaper reported.

The prosecutors questioned Kan, who was prime minister at the time of the disaster, and former TEPCO president Masataka Shimizu. The lawyers concluded that it was difficult to prove that they could have predicted such a big earthquake and tsunami or establish a causal relationship between the nuclear disaster and deaths and injuries among evacuees.

A formal decision by the prosecutors is likely to be announced as early as this month, the paper added.
August 7 The Fukushima plant is leaking contaminated water at a rate of 300 tons per day, the Japanese government reported. Tokyo estimates that the cleanup of the disaster would take more than 40 years and cost some $11 billion.
TEPCO confirmed the leak but refused to confirm the quantity being emitted from the plant.

“We are not currently able to say clearly how much groundwater is actually flowing into the ocean,” Tokyo Electric Power spokesman Noriyuki Imaizumi said.

August 6 TEPCO estimated that there are more than 20,000 tons of highly-contaminated water in the drainage system of the Fukushima plant. This water seeping through the crack in the drainage tunnels is responsible for the hike in levels of radioactive isotopes in ground and ocean water near the crippled plant.

August 5 Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) says it can no longer leave to TEPCO’s the task of containing radiation-contaminated water at Fukushima plant.
“Right now, we have an emergency,” admitted Shinji Kinjo, the head of the organization.


August 4 A strong undersea earthquake has hit off the coast of Miyagi prefecture. The epicenter was 50km below the seabed. The quake struck at approximately the same location where the 9.0 magnitude quake hit in March 2011, devastating the Fukushima nuclear plant. The damaged reactors were not impacted by the tremors on Sunday, TEPCO reported.


Source: http://www.mfs-theothernews.com/2013/08 ... dates.html



http://rt.com/news/fukushima-leak-emerg ... dates-171/
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http://www.naturalnews.com/041720_Fukus ... shing.html

...The expert (Dr. Yamashita) even said that radiation wouldn't affect happy people. Many people believed him, because he is from Nagasaki, which had suffered from the radiation of the atomic bomb. They thought that he should know more about radiation due to his background.


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di 27 aug 2013, 15:39

In de shout kwam de ramp in Japan nog even aan de orde. Hier nog wat informatie over de cheap ass oplossing wat dus echt problemen geeft. Het gebruik van de zogenaamde MOX fuel rods...
MOX fuel, a mixture of uranium and plutonium—reprocessed from spent uranium and sometimes from the disposal of weapons-grade plutonium. Unlike uranium, plutonium is not naturally occurring,, and it was Berkeley scientists in the 1940s who figured out how to create it in a lab.

The bad news about plutonium: Its potential harmful effects, if absorbed by humans, are exponentially greater than that of most other elements used in nuclear processing.

The better news is that it is extremely hard to disperse.

MOX is a controversial and rarely used fuel, except in France and a handful of other countries, usually because of proliferation concerns. While some plans to fabricate MOX from weapons-grade plutonium are under way in South Carolina, the U.S. largely decided during the Ford and Carter administrations to abandon reprocessing and plutonium-based civilian nuclear energy.

The Fukushima Daiichi plant began using the fuel only in September, and its presence has been little more than a footnote in the unfolding drama in Japan. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Greg Jaczko addressed MOX at a briefing Monday, saying: “We are providing assistance to the Japanese where they request our assistance. And at this time, they have not asked for any specific information with regard to the MOX fuel.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 ... plant.html
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