Local official suggested there’s more footage of Reactor No. 3 explosion, after bringing up MOX — ‘Videos of explosion are not allowed to be seen’ (VIDEO)

Published: March 31st, 2012 at 7:44 am ET


Title: An interview with Mr. Koichi Oyama from Minamisoma (Oct.2011)
Uploaded by: amuosim
Upload Date: Mar 30, 2012

Interview with Mr. Koichi Oyama, member of the city council in Minamisōma city

At 4:02 in

It is the well-known fact to people in Fukushima area that there are 9% of plutonium in uranium in Fukushima Ⅲ Nuclear Power Plant and people are aware things will get devastating if something happens in the plant Ⅲ.

Actually, what happened is an explosion.

But, videos of the explosion are not allowed to be seen. […]

Is Mr. Oyama hinting that what ‘actually’ happened to cause the explosion at No. 3 is related to the plutonium?

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Published: March 31st, 2012 at 7:44 am ET


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20 comments to Local official suggested there’s more footage of Reactor No. 3 explosion, after bringing up MOX — ‘Videos of explosion are not allowed to be seen’ (VIDEO)


    The reactor #3 explosion, fizzle, deflagration etc etc, whatever you want to call it, changed my life forever.

  • Stlouieishot

    i would very much like to see these "forbidden videos" he speaks of. you know there were cameras all over the plant recording when the explosion at #3 took place. i would also like to see the UN-EDITED video of the #3 explosion that we are familiar with. if i remember right the un-edited video shows a bright glowing mass falling from the plume onto the ground next to the reactor building. that glowing mass was the debris tepco had to bulldoze into the ground before anyone could go remotely near the reactor building.

  • NoNukes NoNukes

    What about Reactor 4? Reactor 5 and 6?

  • lam335 lam335

    Is the Dr. Kodama referred to here the same one who gave the passionate speech denouncing the government's handling of the situation last summer?

    The man who gave that speech didn't seem like a man who would try to cover things up. He was one of the first to publicly state how many time worse than the Hiroshima fallout he thought that Fuku's fallout was, and how dangerous it was for people.

    If the man referred to here is the same person, what happened?

    • Fall out man!

      Good point. If it is the same guy, he would be following a well worn "scientific" path. I can think of two historic examples related to the nuke industry where scientists and citizens representatives have miraculously changed their views over night. Whether carrot or stick approaches were used its not clear. But for an academic like this guy he has a choice. Tell the truth and never get research funding again and have no future in academia. Or alternatively, "get on the band wagon" and go on a fast track to the top like "Dr Shitinya" who reckons a smile will protect against radiation!

      Chris Busby's web site has a page that gives links to brief summaries of some of the particularly blatant fraudsters producing bogus "research" (propaganda) about nuclear safety today. He doesn't look at the early fraudulent science, but there's so much of it you've really just got to pick a small portion. In his case he just looks at some of the fraud he and his colleagues have had to expose. (the industry keeps quoting the same discredited "research") Here is is page on the Low Level Radiation project web site exposing some really blatant fraud. The sort that anyone who opposed nuclear energy would go to jail for if they engaged in this sort of conduct. Conversely, industry scientists and public officials are promoted for this fraud…

      Note the top guy listed there is one Lars Erik Holm. Busby's site exposes what appears to be blatant fraud in covering up the effects of radiation by Holm. The "errors" in the guys work are now publicly known. Is it any accident that the guy is now "Medical Officer Of Health of Sweden"? Obviously those in power were very grateful for his coverup of the effects of radiation on health. Now he's running the Swedish health system!!! In the Nuclear world, scientific fraud puts a person on a fast track to the top.

      "The love of money is A root of all evils" (not the only…

      • Fall out man!

        One more thought. People are trained in the "education" (forced schooling) system to have a "blind faith" in science and the high priests of Scientism – the scientists. But are our scientific high priests deserving of such blind unreasoning faith?

        One recent published "peer reviewed" series of research articles estimated that up to 90% of medical "research" published is so flawed or biassed as to be at best questionable and at worst pure fiction. Most new med "research" is subsequently found to be wrong. That's MOST "scientific" research in a field where peoples lives are often on the line. A friend of mine used to do the mathematics for medical studies as a consulting job with a pharmaceutical company. He said there are so many ways the results are skewed (aside from just making the results up) that the studies are meaningless. Do you think the medical industry could be magically more honest than medical doctors? Do you think when industry money is on the line, nuclear research will be "more honest" than medical industry research?

        This guy gives a better and more thoughtful overview of it (a quick read)…
        In other words, most of what passes for medical "science" is BS.

        So really, its no surprise to hear of a "whistle blower" medical scientist "changing his mind". Its the carrot and stick approach. If you want to continue working in academia, then you'd better get with the program and start lying. If you do, then the more important lies you tell, the faster your career will advance. That's how big "science" works.

        If you still put your faith in "scientism". Consider that many scientists are really an extension of the PR industry. See this book – Stauber and Rampton's "Toxic sludge is good for you" An expozay of the PR industry.

    • lam335 lam335

      It looks like it is the same guy. The man who gave the speech this summer was Professor Tatsuhiko Kodama, head of the Radioisotope Center at the University of Tokyo:


      The person referred to in the video is "Dr. Kodama, who is the general manager of Radioisotope Center at Tokyo University" [@6:27]

  • Fall out man!


    That said, I don't want to come across as too negative. Unfortunately, selfishness is part of human nature and the human heart is deceitful and desperately wicked. We can't even know our own hearts. So where vested interests are involved, people being people, will in some cases show that worst part of human nature.

    We just have to be aware of that, and be less credulous in what we look at in the managed media and in what we believe from our school system. A system that can be just as easily captured by industry as the examples given above.

    Here's one more thought. In those government bodies that are industry captured, just what does it take to "get to the top"? Here's an extreme example from the medical industry, an industry with parallels and connections the nuclear industry. What controls are brought to bear on staff?

    The FDA monitors employee emails, activity on computer screens and has even captured passwords to "hack" into private gmail communications of whistle blowers.



    No doubt large organizations gain great leverage over anyone with anything to hide in that manner. How much more so in the case of government intelligence agencies working with the nuclear industry.

    A very senior FDA official happened to get caught for pedophilia and bestiality. Why would anyone put someone of that character in a senior management position with the FDA?


    Well, such a person with so much to hide will never "blow the whistle" on anything. They will do and say exactly what they are told. A perfect industry…

    • Fall out man!

      From an industry point of view, the perfect public official. Someone with so much to hide that they will do exactly what they are told.

  • RutherfordsGhost

    Can someone please publish the contents of that Spent Fuel pool in tonnes, and contents of reactor number 3?
    Because that nice big black cloud has spread a long way by now.
    Now 9% was Pu sooo …. and 0.1 microgramme inhaled is fatal ..

    • Anthony Anthony

      The spent fuel pools are of significant concern, Marvin Resnikoff, a radioactive waste management consultant, said in a Wednesday press briefing organized by the nonprofit organization Physicians for Social Responsibility. Resnikoff noted that the pools at each reactor are thought to have contained the following amounts of spent fuel, according to The Mainichi Daily News:

      • Reactor No. 1: 50 tons of nuclear fuel
      • Reactor No. 2: 81 tons
      • Reactor No. 3: 88 tons
      • Reactor No. 4: 135 tons
      • Reactor No. 5: 142 tons
      • Reactor No. 6: 151 tons
      • Also, a separate ground-level fuel pool contains 1,097 tons of fuel; and some 70 tons of nuclear materials are kept on the grounds in dry storage.

      The reactor cores themselves contain less than 100 tons of fuel, Resnikoff noted.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Makes a person wonder… how Mr. Gundersen..came to the conclusion that Fukushima = 3 Chernobyls..doesn't it.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    This vid is based on Gundersens..description of the explosion of reactor 3..
    Yet he agrees with the NRC..that new safety measures have to be adopted.
    Which safety measures can be installed ..that will prevent a meltdown ..when cooling is lost.?

  • markww markww

    Maybe this is how i feel about hiding the video of explosions at number three reactor



  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Hi.Chem..I'm preoccupied ..with searching the NRC FOIA docs..for that subtle conversation..in which the evacuation area set was based on one reactor..(protocol)..and mention of what the total emissions would work up to ..was quietly shoved under the table.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Well..here is little something to look at concerning reactor 3..repost from webcam page.

  • nuckelchen nuckelchen

    is here someone lurcking after some sensations?

    here i have spend up one of my accounts to feed ur zombieminds with

    bon appetito