Both webcams capture strong quake rattling Fukushima Daiichi (VIDEOS)

Published: December 7th, 2012 at 10:45 am ET
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JNN/TBS Webcam:

Tepco Webcam:

Watch more shaking from the quake here

Published: December 7th, 2012 at 10:45 am ET
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18 comments to Both webcams capture strong quake rattling Fukushima Daiichi (VIDEOS)

  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    http://youtu.be/BUIrRBZ0bU8 Shake rattle and roll. Thanks nuchken…


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  • moonshellblue moonshellblue

    I hope Reactor four doesn't spring another leak.


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  • Again, how long does it take for a plume to get here – 2 or 3 days?


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    • moonshellblue moonshellblue

      I think it is contingent on the jet stream I don't have the link handy but you can Google. I think it is usually 6 to 7 days before it hits the west coast but once again many variables at play.


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      • Isotope Isotope

        When Fukugeddon happened, the CTBTO detected the radiation:

        >> March 12 @ Takasaki Japan
        >> March 14 @ Russia
        >> March 16 @ west coast of the United States
        >> 9 days after the accident, it had "crossed Northern America"
        >> 12 days after the accident, it was found in Iceland
        >> By Day 15, found "all across the northern hemisphere"
        >> April 13 @ the southern hemisphere, including Australia, Fiji, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea

        http://www.ctbto.org/?id=3234


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        • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

          ..as the buckey ball bounces..

          yep, we pay millions in dues to the CTBTO, of tax payer resources..

          nope, no release of info allowed, but yet, it was bought and paid for by tax dollars..

          Poor Austrians,(ZAMG) trying to keep us informed as to the path, shut down by bully governments, also paid for by taxpayers..

          I ask you, why waste the $ on the resource if it is not used to protect the very people who have paid for it?

          Especially since the justification of the funding is in the guise of, "it is a necessary expenditure to keep you safe".

          really messed up system we have here..


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        • PurpleRain PurpleRain

          guess that means about 9 days until Florida then.


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  • They lose generators and the lighting dips alot after. . .
    Same sh+t, different day. . .
    Wonder if it aggravated the road tunnel roof collapse. , perhaps too far away.


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  • Isotope Isotope

    "Nuclear plants near the region that was hit by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake off the eastern coast of Japan appear to be operating normally, the United Nations atomic energy agency said today, adding that no emergency measures have been put into place so far."

    “Nuclear power plants in the region nearest to the epicentre of the earthquake have reported to NRA that they have detected no trouble and that no emergency measures have been activated,” said IAEA’s spokesperson, Gill Tudor."

    http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=43705&Cr=nuclear&Cr1=

    Source: the "MSM" tab at enformable.com which has up-to-date mainstream media news


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    • 16Penny 16Penny

      "Nuclear plants near the region that was hit by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake off the eastern coast of Japan appear to be operating normally"

      I guess normal in this case is meltdown mode.

      Anyone not watching the events at FUku would not understand the threat from even minor damage to the broken reactors. It is scary that the report is so blasé about it.


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  • Weather reports should now include 'accurate' Radiation Level Alert forecasts.

    This weeks forecast…

    …expect increased emissions!!!


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Thank you ..Nuckelchen..
    From my office to yours…

    Cinema – Skrillex Drum Cover Remix – BLINDFOLDED (1080p HD) – Benny Benassi

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1knf5-YSLg

    [Caution: Those that do not like dubstep..should not open this link.]


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    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      PS..I would like to add… when I'm not trying to put my two cents in here..being in the copyright business..I work with a lot of young and hopeful talent.
      The combination of the two is often very painful.


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      • mark_eric

        Heart of the Rose:
        "..I work with a lot of young and hopeful talent.
        The combination of the two is often very painful."

        I wonder if that is why this made me cry? Such skill. Such passion.

        Two lines from Blade Runner probably could best sum up the cognitive dissonance I feel. Both delivered by Rutger Hauer.

        Speaking to Tyrell…"I want more LIFE…F#CKER!"

        to Decker at the end…"all these memories will be lost in time, like tears in rain".

        Humanity has created it's share of horrors, to be sure. Yet it has also created so much that is beautiful and wondrous. All of that wonder and beauty will be lost in time along with the memory of humanity, and that is why this made me cry.


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