Catastrophe Japan - UPDATE

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1400 mensen klagen ontwerpers Fukushima aan
donderdag 30 januari 2014
http://bijzonder-nieuws.blogspot.nl/201 ... shima.html


Ongeveer veertienhonderd mensen hebben in Japan een civiele procedure aangespannen tegen de drie bedrijven die de kerncentrale Fukushima Dai-ichi hebben ontworpen. Zij vinden dat deze bedrijven de schade moeten vergoeden die veroorzaakt werd door de kernramp in 2011.

De advocaten van de eisers noemden de civiele procedure een mijlpaal in het bestrijden van de juridische immuniteit die de ontwerpers van de centrale genieten in het geval van een kernramp. Alleen de beheerder van de centrale, Tokyo Electric Power Co., is tot nu toe verantwoordelijk gehouden voor het incident, dat werd veroorzaakt door een krachtige aardbeving en tsunami.

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De eisers bestaan uit inwoners van de Japanse stad en vierhonderd mensen van elders. Zij stellen dat de drie ontwerpers van Fukushima, Toshiba, GE en Hitachi, onvoldoende in de veiligheid van de veertig jaar oude centrale hebben geïnvesteerd. Zij eisen een compensatie van honderd Japanse yen (72 eurocent) per persoon.

Een woordvoerder van GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy zei vandaag dat de kernramp was veroorzaakt door de tsunami die leidde tot het uitvallen van de stroom en koelsystemen in de reactor. Dit had volgens hem niets met het ontwerp van de kerncentrale te maken. De andere bedrijven weigerden op de beschuldigingen te reageren.
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wo 05 feb 2014, 13:51

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Nou dat was weer een smakelijk hapje dat gisteren door de mainstream werd meegevoerd. Volgens de World Health Organisation gaat het aantal dooien aan kanker de komende 20 jaar met 70 procent de lucht in en komen we wereldwijd op z'n 25 meloen gevallen per jaar. Tenminste, als we doorgaan met ons lek te zuipen, nog een schepje extra suiker bij de yoghurt te doen en door te vreten tot iedereen twee stoeltjes in het openbaar vervoer bezet en voor het gebruik van een zwevend toilet een extra levensverzekering moet worden afgesloten. En dan hebben we nog geluk, dat er her en der nog hongersnood heerst en alcohol taboe is. Anders haalden we op ons akkertje de 35 meloen per jaar.

De meeste dooien zullen volgens die zwartkijkers van de WHO in de middenklasse en daaronder vallen. Die mensen leven er ook maar op los en zijn verantwoordelijk voor de uit de hand lopende behandelingskosten. Nou gaan die geleerde zwartkijkers van de WHO er kennelijk van uit, dat de levensomstandigheden in onze beschaafde wereld minimaal op gelijk niveau blijven. Laten we bidden dat die visie juist is.

Raar is wel, dat er in de berichtgeving dit keer niet wordt gemauwd over roken of de fijnstof, die god en alleman verspreidt als ie in zijn heilige koe kruipt. En al helemaal niet over de gevolgen van het uit elkaar spatten van een kerncentrale als die in Tsjernobyl of Fuckyoushima.
Om de ellende die in hogere sferen rondzweeft na alle bovengrondse kernproeven maar even buiten beschouwing te laten en te hopen, dat een van die ouwe Belgische kernlorren in de komende 20 jaar niet voortijdig en spectaculair de geest geeft. Want obesitas is altijd nog te verkiezen boven het wegrotten door een nucleaire surprise. Après nous le déluge.
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Prosecutors drop charges over Fukushima nuclear disaster

No-one has been held accountable for the second-worst nuclear accident in history
Fukushima
Julian Ryall in Tokyo

4:12AM GMT 03 Mar 2014
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... aster.html

Local residents and environmental groups have reacted angrily to the announcement that prosecutors have decided to drop the charges for responsibility for the crisis at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. As Japan nears the third anniversary of the March 11 earthquake that crippled the plant, no-one has been held accountable for the second-worst nuclear accident in history, despite the independent investigative committee set up by the government concluding in July 2012 that the accident was “man-made disaster” caused by shortcomings in Japanese corporate culture.

“Absolutely no-one is taking responsibility for this huge accident and when all these people are suffering,” Aileen Mioko-Smith, of Kyoto-based Green Action Japan, told The Telegraph.

“The investigation clearly stated this was an accident created by humans, not a natural disaster, but the judicial system here has now decided to side with the powers-that-be,” she said. “The government will be happy with the decision, but it is completely irresponsible,” she said. “And I fear that failing to prosecute in this case will lead to another disaster in the future.”
Hundreds of people rallied in Tokyo on Saturday to protest the prosecutors’ decision to drop the legal cases. More than 15,000 people whose homes or businesses were affected by radiation from the damaged reactors at the plant filed a criminal complaint against the national government and senior officials of Tokyo Electric Power Co. in 2012. Prosecutors decided it would be difficult to prove negligence in connection with the disaster and a final appeal against that decision has now been dismissed.

“There are many victims of the accident, but there is no ‘assailant’,” Ruiko Muto, organiser of the rally, told protestors.

“We are determined to keep telling our experiences as victims, to pursue the truth behind the accident and we want to avoid a repeat of the accident in the future,” said 61-year-old Muto, who was evacuated from Kawauchi village after the disaster. More than 80,000 residents are still unable to return permanently to their homes within the exclusion zone around the plant, with the government warning that it may be decades before life returns to normal in the most seriously contaminated areas.
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za 22 mar 2014, 14:23

EXPOSED: Death of Fukushima Workers Covered-Up by TEPCO and Government


nsnbc : The death of many Fukushima workers who die from radiation exposure is covered-up by Fukushima Daiichi power plant operator TEPCO and the Japanese government, said a Japanese journalist who investigated the unreported deaths, adding that she found a TEPCO memo instructing officials to “cut her questions short appropriately”, and that police is following her around in an intimidating manner.

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The alarming disclosure came at an international conference on the “Effects of Nuclear Disasters on Natural Environment and Human Health” outside the German financial capital Frankfurt. The conference was co-organized by the German chapter of International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and the Protestant Church in Hesse Nassau, on March 6, 2014, reports Energy News.

Mako Oshidori, a Japanese freelance journalist who was present at the conference and the subsequent press conference (recorded on video). Mako reported that she discovered a TEPCO memo, in which the Fukushima Daiichi operator TEPCO instructs officials to “cut Mako-chan’s (questions) short, appropriately”. Mako Oshidori was enrolled in the School of Life Sciences at Tottori University Faculty of Medicine for three years.

Mako revealed that TEPCO and the government cover-up the death of Fukusjima workers and that government agents began following her around after she began investigating the cover-up. Mako said:

“I heard about it from researchers who were my friends as well as some government officials. I will show you a photo I secretly took of the agent, so you know what kind of surveillance I mean. When I would talk to someone, a surveillance agent from the central government’s public police force would come very close, trying to eavesdrop on the conversation….

“I would like to talk about my interview of a nurse who used to work at (the) Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant (NPP) after the accident. .. He was a nurse at Fukushima Daiichi NPP in 2012. He quit his job with TEPCO in 2013, and that’s when I interviewed him. …

“As of now of now, there are multiple NPP workers who have died, but only the ones who died on the job are reported publicly. Some of them have died suddenly while off work, for instance, during the weekend or in their sleep, but none of their deaths are reported. …

“Not only that, they are not included in the worker death count. For example, there are some workers who quit the job after a lot of radiation exposure, such as 50, 60 to 70 mili Sieverts, and end up dying a month later, but none of these deaths are either reported, or included in the death toll. This is the reality of the NPP workers”.

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Mako Oshidori’s shocking revelation at the IPPNW press conference substantiates previous reports about TEPCO’s criminal disregard for safety and human lives.

In October 2013, Michel Chossudovsky, the director of the Canada based Centre for Research on Globalisation, reported that the coordination of the multibillion dollar Fukushima decontamination operation relies on Japan’s organized crime, the Yakusa, which is actively involved in the recruitment of “specialized” personnel for dangerous tasks.

One of the most important special qualifications for employment at the Fukushima Daiichi NPP is, according to many other reports, is to be stricken by unemployment and poverty, and in a situation where one has little other choice than to take an under-paid, high-risk job.

In late 2013, the Japanese parliament adopted new legislation to penalize the unauthorized publication of information about the crippled nuclear power plant with up to ten-years-long imprisonment. Mako Oshidori’s testimony about intimidating surveillance adds an alarming perspective to this legislation with regard to the freedom of press and the safety of Japanese journalists.

Ch/L – nsnbc 21.03.2014
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Gelukkig ons voedsel is veilig....pas nog japans zeewier weggeflikkerd , was 0,23 µSv/h na meting van maar slechts 30 seconden met m'n Geigerteller gamma stralingsmeter, had nog een ander merk zeewier(ook uit Japan) en die was 0,04 na 30 sec,oke dus ...bijvoorbeeld 0,06 is normaal, wat ik in mijn huiskamer gemeten had en afgewaardeerd mag worden naar 0,00 µSv/h
....maar ik meet ook geregeld(1 minuut meting) 0,11 - 0,13 - 0,16 en 0,18 µSv/h in de huiskamer en buiten...lichte verhoging niet heftig maartoch...is verhoogde straling, en opvreten wil ik dat sowieso niet
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Former Official: Fukushima radiation is killing children… heart problems, leukemia, thyroid — Terrible things are going on — Authorities hiding truth from world — We need to admit many people are dying, but we’re not allowed to say that

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Fukushima Didn’t Just Suffer 3 Meltdowns … It Also Suffered Melt-THROUGHS and Melt-OUTS


The Nuclear Core Has Finally Been Found … Scattered All Over Japan

We reported in May 2011 that authorities knew – within days or weeks - that all 3 active Fukushima nuclear reactors had melted down, but covered up that fact for months.

The next month, we reported that Fukushima’s reactors had actually suffered something much worse:nuclear melt-throughs, where the nuclear fuel melted through the containment vessels and into the ground. At the time, this was described as:

The worst possibility in a nuclear accident.

But now, it turns out that some of the Fukushima reactors have suffered even a more extreme type of damage: melt-OUTS.

By way of background, we’ve noted periodically that scientists have no idea where the cores of the nuclear reactors are.

And that highly radioactive black “dirt” has been found all over Japan.

It turns out that the highly radioactive black substances are likely remnants of the core.

The Journals Environmental Science & Technology and Journal of Environmental Radioactivity both found (hat tip EneNews) that the highly radioactive black substances match fuel from the core of the Fukushima reactors.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission agrees.

Indeed, “hot particles” with extremely high levels of radiation - 7 billion, 40 billion , and even 40 billionbillion Bq/kg – have been found all over the Fukushima region, and hundreds of miles away … in Tokyo.

Let’s put this in perspective. The Atlantic notes:

Japanese regulations required nuclear waste with 100 or more bq/kg of Cesium to be monitored and disposed of in specialized containers.

***

The new government limit for material headed for landfills is 8000 bq/kg, 80 times the pre-Fukushima limit.

So the hottest hot particle found so far is 5 million billion times greater than the current government limits of what can be put in a landfill.

In other words, the core of at least one of the Fukushima reactors has finally been found … scattered all over Japan.

(How did material from the cores get dispersed so far? Remember, there was a huge explosion at reactornumber 1 , and an even bigger explosion at reactor number 3.)

Nothing like this has ever before happened before.


http://investmentwatchblog.com/fukushim ... melt-outs/

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Nog steeds niks aan de hand
donderdag 8 mei 2014
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Fukushima is gelukkig ver weg, niet alleen geografisch maar ook in de media. De zaak daar is geheel en al onder controle als je de Japanse regering mag geloven. En geheel in de lijn van de volgzame joernalistiek worden de persverklaringen overgetypt, alweer een artikel klaar en op naar het volgende.
Nou lezen we niet dagelijks het Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. Waarom zouden we? Maar een inmiddels belegen berichtje beschreef dat in de periode maart en april 2011, radioactieve deeltjes (waaronder plutonium) afkomstig van Fukushima in de lucht boven Litauen waren waargenomen. Ach wat geeft het. Gisteren publiceerde Enenews dat er op verschillende locaties in Noorwegen radioactieve Fukushimaatjes waren aangetroffen. Blijkbaar kwamen ze op de jetstream aangewaaid via de VS. Maar wees gerust, ook daar is er niks aan de hand. Als dat wel het geval was dan had men daar wel alarm geslagen, toch? En plutonium, we moeten toch allemaal iets inleveren voor onze economische vooruitgang.
“Nuclear fuel fragments” from Fukushima found in Europe — 10,000+ kilometers from reactors — Study: Plume “directly from N. America” — Hot particles a “significant part” radioactive releases — Quickly spread over entire hemisphere — Film shows core material on Norway air filter (PHOTO)

Published: May 6th, 2014 at 11:31 am ET
By ENENews

Elsevier (academic publisher) — Fukushima Accident: Radioactivity Impact on the Environment, 2013: Paatero et al. (2012) estimated that a significant part of the Fukushima-derived radioactivity is in hot particles from autoradiogram of a filter sample from 1 to 4 April 2011 at Mt. Zeppelin, Ny-Alesund, Svalbard.

(Paatero et al. 2012) Airborne fission products in the High Arctic after the Fukushima nuclear accident: The plume arriving in Svalbard did not come from Europe but directly from North America [...] [Hot particles are] either fragments of the nuclear fuel or particles formed by the interactions between condensed radionuclides, nuclear fuel, and structural materials of the reactor [...] a significant part of the activity related to Fukushima was in hot particles. So far the authors are not aware of any other reports concerning hot particles from the Fukushima accident. [...] radionuclides emitted into the atmosphere were quickly dispersed around practically the whole northern hemisphere within a couple of weeks.

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Japan Paper: We face a problem so large at Fukushima… we’re unable to grasp what’s happening — “Battle against radioactive water in doubt… impossible to deal with” at this time — Journalist: “3 years after nuclear disaster, nothing solved” May 18th, 2014

Mainichi Daily News, May 17, 2014: Outcome of battle against radioactive water at Fukushima plant in doubt — We are facing a problem so large it’s impossible to see all its dimensions. Eventually, we’ll be able to grasp what’s happening, but for now, no. [...] There is the relentless flow of the groundwater, a massive amount of it gushing into the plant’s basements every day. [...] If this water pours into the reactor buildings and touches the atomic fuel inside, it picks up high concentrations of radioactive material [...] At the moment, this radioactive water is impossible to deal with. [...] I remembered the afterword from the historical novel “A Record of the Battle of Leyte” by the late Shohei Ooka. Ooka wrote that one’s own experience of combat cannot define an entire war, and that he had written the novel from his own reminiscences combined with prolonged research. [...] We are now three years into the Fukushima nuclear crisis. We still cannot see everything that’s going on. What we can say for certain, though, is that neither the radiation nor the contaminated water at the plant is getting any less, and there is no guarantee that the battle against them will turn in our favor.

* From earlier today: Japan Times: "Radiation has spiked to all-time highs" in ocean off Fukushima plant -- Jiji: "Record-high radiation levels have been observed" Tepco says -- Officials: "Cause of seawater spike is unknown"

Mainichi Daily News, May 18, 2014: Journalist makes documentary film after spending 2 years in Fukushima [...] He would spend 20 years reporting on Palestine, and 10 years covering Iraq’s depleted uranium rounds. [...] Despite his time reporting from battlefields, [Naomi] Toyoda was still struck with doubt while working in Fukushima Prefecture. “I didn’t know what I should do,” he says, to help the residents there who have been forced to live their lives together with the threat of radiation. [...] Toyoda, in an expression of determination, says, “Three years after the nuclear disaster, nothing is solved. I’m going to keep on reporting.”

See also: Japan Media: “Things are going badly” — Fukushima “the same as war” says military officer in charge of forces at plant — Concern “workers on-site do not consent to join battle” — Leaks are out of control

http://enenews.com/japan-newspaper-we-a ... tless-flow
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di 20 mei 2014, 23:31

Chernobyl: Ukraine's nuclear time bomb still ticking

http://media.smh.com.au/news/world-news ... 77804.html
hernobyl: 28 years after disaster
On April 26, Ukraine marked the 28th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, the worst nuclear accident in history. Take a look at haunting scenes from inside the exclusion zone.

While the current political tensions in Ukraine continue to threaten stability in the region, an even larger spectre looms in Chernobyl, the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident.

Nearly three decades later, recovery from the disaster continues, with construction currently under way on an immense shield designed to entomb the radioactive remains of the reactor that exploded all those years ago.

At nearly 110 metres high and 275 metres wide, and weighing around 32,000 tonnes, the arch-like New Safe Confinement is one of the most complicated feats of modern engineering that, once complete, will be the largest movable structure ever built. It’s designed to last 100 years - the estimated time to finish clean-up at the site.

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Giant clean-up: The new protective shield is designed to last 100 years.

But the project is already years behind schedule. Though plans have been in the works to contain the leaky, crumbling reactor since 1992, construction on the New Safe Confinement only began in 2010. Originally slated to be finished 2015, developers have now pushed the date back to 2017.

Half of the arch has been assembled so far, but the future of the $2.2 billion project, funded by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, now hangs in the balance. With Ukraine thrown into an economic crisis and Russia at its borders, there are concerns the shelter may not be completed in time - if at all.

"It is unfortunately a situation which can further deteriorate and it’s very difficult, then, to predict what the impacts on our project will be," said Vince Novak, director of nuclear safety at the EBRD.
"You must not forget that this is a project about nuclear safety," Novak said in an interview with The Verge. "And its importance transcends borders and transcends political divisions and differences."

Adi Roche, head of the NGO Chernobyl Children International, recently returned from a trip to study the progress of the shelter’s construction and describes the situation as a “ticking time bomb”.

“Chernobyl is the old Soviet Union’s deadly legacy to Ukraine and the world has very real reason to be extremely concerned about the ongoing threat it poses, especially at a time of great instability and growing hostility between Ukraine and Russia," she said.

For many Ukrainians, Chernobyl remains a deep wound, a stark reminder of an era during which government policies of secrecy and corruption bred deep mistrust among the public.

A botched system test in reactor four at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant resulted in a catastrophic explosion on April 26, 1986, shooting a plume of nuclear fallout into the sky. Much of Europe was shrouded in radioactive contamination. Inside the reactor, a fire burned for 10 days as firefighters fought to contain the blaze. Many of them would die as a result of radioactive exposure only weeks later.

Helicopters dumped sand, concrete and boric acid in a desperate attempt to bury the reactor before it was hastily sealed in a concrete and steel shelter known as the sarcophagus. There, a 200-tonne mass of nuclear fuel and other highly unstable radioactive materials remain to this day. But the structure was never meant to be permanent, and after decades, cracks have begun to show.

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev admitted in a 2006 opinion piece that the disaster was a catalyst for the dismantling of the USSR.

“The nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl . . . was perhaps the real cause of the collapse of the Soviet Union five years later. Indeed, the Chernobyl catastrophe was an historic turning point: there was an era before the disaster, and there is the very different era that followed,” he wrote.

The crisis was an embarrassing failure for the Soviets, who withheld information about the explosion for nearly three days. It was only after a Swedish power plant raised an alarm over the unusual radiation levels that officials admitted an accident had taken place.

With no warnings of the true dangers of radiation, and no basic safety guidelines in place, firefighters had rushed to the scene at Chernobyl completely unaware they were being exposed to lethal doses of radioactive waste. Many of the first responders, as well as workers sent in to help contain the disaster, suffered severe symptoms of acute radiation poisoning within days.

When calculating the human cost of the Chernobyl disaster, figures vary widely. Two workers were killed in the initial explosion, with a further few dozen more deaths linked to the incident. Many claim thousands more died as a result of the aftermath and clean-up operations.

The wider impact of radiation exposure is difficult to measure, however. Over the years, various reports have pointed to rises in fatal cancers among the population as well as the number of children born with genetic defects linked to radiation. Some estimates put the number of people affected as high as a million across Europe, while more conservative figures hover in the tens of thousands.

The accident at Chernobyl also devastated the natural environment, with the surrounding forest still bearing the effects of the nuclear fallout. Local pine trees absorbed such high levels of radiation in the blast that they turned a reddish shade of brown.

A recent study in the Red Forest, as it’s now known, found the trees had not been decomposing properly. Without natural decomposers like bacteria and fungi to help put nutrients back into the soil, scientists fear a bushfire, fuelled by 28 years’ worth of dead, dry leaves, could redistribute toxic contaminants via smoke over a vast area.

Meanwhile, what remains of reactor four is still at risk. Encased in its shoddy, rusting sarcophagus, Chernobyl’s time bomb is just one spontaneous chain reaction away from another disaster.

http://www.smh.com.au/world/chernobyl-u ... z32C5tLeaw

....tja die shit zou je bijna vergeten in onze achtertuin, door dat Fukushima
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Japan Begins Purposely Dumping 100s Of Tons Of Radioactive Water From Fukushima Into The Pacific
May 22nd, 2014

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How do you get rid of hundreds of tons of highly radioactive water? You dump it into the Pacific Ocean of course! In Japan, the Tokyo Electric Power Co. has made the “painful decision” to begin purposely dumping massive amounts of radioactive water currently being stored at the destroyed Fukushima nuclear facility directly into the Pacific. This is being done even though water radiation levels near Fukushima spiked to a brand new all-time record high just a few days ago. The radioactive material that is being released will enter our food chain and will potentially stay with us for decades to come. Fukushima is an environmental nightmare that never seems to end, but the mainstream media in the United States decided to pretty much stop talking about it long ago. So don’t expect the big news networks to make a big deal out of the fact that Japan is choosing to use the Pacific Ocean as a toilet for their nuclear waste. But even though they aren’t talking about it, that doesn’t mean that radioactive material from Fukushima is not seriously affecting the health of millions of people all over the planet.

According to the Japan Times, Tepco released 560 tons of radioactive water into the Pacific on Wednesday, and Tepco says that for the foreseeable future we should expect another 100 tons of radioactive water to be released into the ocean every single day…

Tokyo Electric Power Co. began dumping groundwater from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant into the Pacific on Wednesday, in a bid to manage the huge amounts of radioactive water that have built up at the complex.

The utility, which says the water discharged is within legal radiation safety limits, has been fighting a daily battle against contaminated water since Fukushima No. 1 was decimated by the earthquake and tsunami of March 2011.

Tepco said 560 tons of groundwater captured and stored before it entered reactor building basements was to be released Wednesday, using a bypass system that funnels it toward the ocean after checking for radiation levels.

Using the bypass, Tepco hopes to divert an average of 100 tons of untainted groundwater a day into the ocean.


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Ocean Zero (2)

maandag 26 mei 2014
Waar moet je ermee heen? In Fuckyoushima zaten ze al een tijdje met een acuut probleem. Ze konden 560 ton radio-actief water niet kwijt. Wat deden ze uiteindelijk? Ze lieten het weglopen in de Stille Oceaan. Net op het moment dat Japanse hotemetoten hadden geconstateerd dat de radioactiviteit van het aangrenzende zeegebied een recordhoogte had bereikt. Een keurig staaltje van coördinatie dus. Niet dat het veel had geholpen als ze hun activiteiten om de zaak nog een beetje in de hand houden hadden gestroomlijnd. Tonnen en tonnen vis hebben al een stralend einde gevonden. En we zullen maar niet verder filosoferen over de vraag wat die nucleaire ellende verderop in de voedselketen allemaal nog zal veroorzaken. Inmiddels zijn er ook al besmette Japanse deeltjes aangetroffen aan de kust van Noorwegen. Harinkie, rolmopsie zullen we maar zeggen. Stay tuned.

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Toxopeus schreef:Ocean Zero (2)

maandag 26 mei 2014
Waar moet je ermee heen? In Fuckyoushima zaten ze al een tijdje met een acuut probleem. Ze konden 560 ton radio-actief water niet kwijt. Wat deden ze uiteindelijk? Ze lieten het weglopen in de Stille Oceaan. Net op het moment dat Japanse hotemetoten hadden geconstateerd dat de radioactiviteit van het aangrenzende zeegebied een recordhoogte had bereikt. Een keurig staaltje van coördinatie dus. Niet dat het veel had geholpen als ze hun activiteiten om de zaak nog een beetje in de hand houden hadden gestroomlijnd. Tonnen en tonnen vis hebben al een stralend einde gevonden. En we zullen maar niet verder filosoferen over de vraag wat die nucleaire ellende verderop in de voedselketen allemaal nog zal veroorzaken. Inmiddels zijn er ook al besmette Japanse deeltjes aangetroffen aan de kust van Noorwegen. Harinkie, rolmopsie zullen we maar zeggen. Stay tuned.

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kijk naar al die tanks, behoorlijk vol....waar moeten ze anders met de "zooi" heen... >:(
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ma 09 jun 2014, 21:53

VICE, known for their original videos and documentaries, have done a 14 minute short documentary covering the situation that occurred at Fukushima after the 2011 Japanese tsunami hit the nuclear power plant. They cover the ongoing radiation leakage situation which continues to cause major health issues for the people living in the local area, and the rest of the world. (Video released in May)


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