Nov. 7 — The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has begun removing radioactive cesium from water in the No. 2 spent fuel pool, according to NHK.
“There are fears that the metal pipes and walls of the spent fuel pools will erode, as seawater was used after the accident to cool . . . → Read More: NHK: Fears that walls of Fukushima spent fuel pools will erode — Tepco working to keep salt from causing holes (VIDEO)
Title: Japan’s Solar City of Future Uploaded by NTDTV
“These dark rectangular solar panels could hold the key to a completely self-sufficient community.”
“Ota City, [population 220,000] located about 80 kilometers north of Tokyo, is one of Japan’s sunniest spots and home to strawberry fields.”
“Quite interestingly enough this nature hotspot is where . . . → Read More: Sunday Spotlight: Ota, Japan’s Solar City — Plus, Enenews.com is Ota’s #3 most popular site alongside Google, Facebook (VIDEO)
Nov. 6 — The quake-hit North Anna nuclear plant in Virginia has yet to restart, and the Washington Post provides some answers for the delay.
According to the NRC’s lead inspector at North Anna, “Reviews are in progress. However, the staff has not identified any significant safety concerns” after the quake.
The NRC official . . . → Read More: WaPo: NRC directs quake-hit North Anna nuke plant to inspect supports for Reactor Pressure Vessel — No “significant” problems?
Nov. 6 — Radiation expert Christopher Busby’s paper, The significance of Xenon isotope ratios in the Fukushima catastrophe, was posted by Mochizuki on Nov. 5.
He says the activity ratio for xenon isotopes reported by TEPCO can only result from:
1) “An enriched Uranium fission having occurred about 50 hours before the samples were . . . → Read More: Busby: On-going fission is occurring at Fukushima — Either a recent “enriched uranium fission” or an “explosive criticality”
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Date: Nov. 5, 2011
Headline: German radiation expert warns: “Fukushima nuclear bomb in the mini-scale”
Caption: Radiation expert: Fukushima is like mini atomic bomb — The German radiation expert Professor Edmund Lengfelder warns against further nuclear explosion in the nuclear horror. Fukushima was a “kind of atomic . . . → Read More: German radiation professor warns of possible nuclear explosion at Fukushima