TV: Nuclear report warns of apocalyptic scenario at Fukushima in weeks ahead — Ambassador: This could one day be considered start of “the ultimate catastrophe of the world and planet” — Tepco: It’s “under control” (VIDEO)

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Voice of America, Oct. 15, 2013: [Mitsuhei Murata, Japan’s former ambassador to Switzerland] said a series of incidents over the past 30 months – including radioactive water leaks – have called into question TEPCO’s ability to carry out this critical operation. “The Unit 4 contains 10 times more Cesium-137 than Chernobyl. So in case the worst occurs, a total withdrawal [from the site] will be imposed, which means this can be considered as the beginning of the ultimate catastrophe of the world and the planet,” said Murata [...] “The two-and-a-half years of struggling by the state and by TEPCO have proven that nuclear accidents cannot be coped with by electric companies or by a single state.”

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Channel 4 News (UK), Oct. 16, 2013: Fukushima: why next month is its biggest since 2011 [...]  The World Nuclear Report in 2013 said the operation had the potential to cause “by far the most serious radiological disaster to date” if it goes wrong. It warns of the possibility of apocalyptic scenarios including the evacuation of 10 million people in the surrounding area, including Tokyo. [...] 400 tonnes of irradiated spent fuel from reactor 4 [...] which needs to be removed from the now highly unstable structure in case of any kind of earthquake [...] so many risks and unknowns, including whether the fuel assemblies have been damaged, which could lead to the radiation risks if the casings have been breached. The worst case scenario is if the fuel assemblies are dropped, which could ultimately lead to a partial meltdown – but that is not thought to be likely. [...] Professor Neil Hyatt, a nuclear expert at Sheffield University, told Channel 4 News reports have been “very clear on the worst that can happen”, adding: “Is that feasible? Yes. Is it realistic? That’s hard to say. This is probably a world first in terms of the engineering challenge.” [...]

Tepco Spokeswoman: “The removal of the fuels is an experienced technology used everywhere over the world. The risks are evaluated and well under control.”

Professor Hiroaki Koide, Kyoto University Reactor Research Institute, Welcome to Fukushima (2013): In the fuel pool of Reactor No. 4 there is still 4,000 times the amount of fuel in Hiroshima. Even now there are still aftershocks at Fukushima. If there is a big shock and the pool is destroyed, there will be 10 times more contamination in the atmosphere than now.

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  • VanneV anne

    I just assume it is all going to blow up next month, blamed on worker error, but probably to clear it away so the Olympics go on. Why not bring all the greatest world athletes to a contaminated area? How else to bring about a worldwide slave class, but to get rid of the specimens with the greatest physical endurance and prowess? The CSFP is probably already partially damaged. And probably it is leaking radiation into the groundwater and ocean. We've probably already been exposed to huge amounts of radiation.

    I think the dumb people running the world already know the Olympics will go on in Tokyo.

    The blow up next month will be another shock and awe to scare everyone into submission.

    At least if it doesn't blow up, there will be something to be just slightly happy about.

    The really sad thing is that the people in charge actually buy the propaganda of the nuclear industry and think cosmetics solves every problem.


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    • NoNukes NoNukes

      Does seem like we being primed for such an "accident" to occur, doesn't it?


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    • mairs mairs

      What is so incredibly depressing are the amount of people who would sell out the human race for some under the table cash.


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    • why would the olympics want to burden a country torn with strife from the worst nuclear and industrial accident in the history of the world…all the suffering all the displaced homeless sick and dying and 24/7 death impending to the pacific ocean and every life form therein…

      they're disgusting to do so as far as i'm concerned let them fry…


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    • Scarey. But I pretty much suspect the same thing. May happen next month, may take awhile longer (to when they're scraping what's settled at the bottom), but criticalities are indeed entirely likely. "Blow up" being a relative term per the release of deadly crap – you don't have to see it or smell it or… well, yeah. You can taste it. Just sayin'… it might not be a fireworks show. It will be just as deadly.

      Expect lots of issues with the remote controls first. That'll be the 2-minute warning (relatively speaking).


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      • Ourself Ourself

        can you explain what you mean by issues with the remote controls?


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        • They will presumably be operating the nice new defueling crane and associated equipment remotely. As they operate the cranes and sometimes backhoe/dozer type equipment. The Japanese are quite clever in that area, as well as with robotics.

          I say this because criticalities are so likely during the operation that they can't put real people in the control seat up close. There are enough industry/governmental and UN overseers on that project to call that much.

          When/if things start going haywire with the robotics, everybody will know criticalities are occurring. Dose levels above the pool in the crane cockpit if the pool goes critical would be pretty much immediately deadly. Within days at most. I'm betting the game plan has operators well distant.


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          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            a crane looked like it was in robotic malfunction mode yesterday. Get one of those bad boys swingin around on its own and all hell could break loose


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            • All I know is they folded up the cranes in preparation for the latest typhoon. And may keep them folded for the next typhoon. We haven't had a gnarly hurricane season, but they sure have.

              They are, far as I've been able to tell from reports, remotely operated. It's not that hard, we've had autopilot on our frickin' jetliners since forever! Military flies drone sortees by remote bunkers in Nevada or the like. That technology is pretty far advanced. Automation is the wave of the future, doncha know?!?

              It is honestly too deadly an environment to risk humans. An operator isn't your basic Yakuza-level laborer. We can presume precautions (meaning distance and shielding) are being planned/taken.


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              • We Not They Finally

                Yes to robotics EXCEPT… early on when they tried robotics, they said that THE ROBOTS' circuits were getting fried from the radioactivity, and that they would have to invent new robotics which might take years.

                And now the radioactivity on site has been getting exponentially worse!

                So I tend to think that this is more of a hail-hail-hail-hail-mary pass which they have no clear idea will work. Maybe they think that any other option is unthinkable, and that somehow this is "less" unthinkable.

                And like Arnie Gundersen noted, these fuel assemblies are not just nicely neatly stacked like maybe they were before the catastrophe.

                I think that this being successful may have the same odds as that they actually WILL hold the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. I'm unclear that either will happen.


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            • MichaelV MichaelV

              I know it is not funny, but it sounds funny the way you put it.


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          • Ourself Ourself

            gotcha. thanks for the clarification.


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      • tooktheredpill tooktheredpill

        Apparently (according to these photos from the tepco vid/photo page) This is the view of the new fuel handling cranes inside the R4 cover unit built over the pool.

        As far as I can tell these are the same (human controlled) cranes that would have been in place before they got blown to pieces (they're even the same green colour as the ruined ones that we saw lying on top of the ruins in the beginning). I believe Tepco has simply used the original crane configuration that the NPP would have had.

        I am also pretty sure this is genuinely in the new cover (and not an old photo) as the grey box section beams that we can see entering the South side of the cover are running along inside this new photo in the same configuration.

        http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2013/201309-e/130925-02e.html


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    • AB AB

      Not only that… but remember if SP4 goes… so will the pool at ground level with more than.. 6 thousand rods!!! This is truly the end… Now the MOOSE are dying in North America…
      http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2013/10/17/moose-die-off-is-massive-and-a-mystery-to-scientists/

      This brings the recent John Moore radio show information of the Russians in a bar talk saying the worse was about to happen to America on November 7.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CTBGNYECPA


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        The CSFP most likely has already burned, too.

        Either way, the worst outcome for mankind has already happened. Any further major releases will only accelerate what is now taking place around the globe – the melting of our DNA.


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  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    "nuclear accidents cannot be coped with by electric companies or by a single state" is the takeaway here.
    Nuclear industry must be retasked to decommission all niclear facilities over the next 50 years.
    If the human race is to survive on this "little blue marble" Earth, it must give up on nuclear power now.

    The defueling of SFP4 will not go well.
    Damaged fuel assemblies will spill raw fuel pellets onto the floor of the pool.

    But, still, it is the three missing corium from Reactor1-3 that are destroying life in the Pacific Ocean.
    This is not an eventuality, but a reality.
    So don't be fooled by the SFP4 slight-of-hand.


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  • Sixela Sixela

    I read Hatrick Penry's piece based on FOIA documents, and Kevin Blanche says the says the same: That SFP 4 already burned.

    So I don't know if the theatrics are real or imagined. Perhaps they want to build the drama, them suddenly heap blame on Japan? Maybe they will stage an explosion? Who knows, I put nothing past these people.

    Whether it went the, or will go soon, how do we get people to pay attention? How do we get the information out when fear crushes people and they don't want to deal with it. I choose truth over fear. I am more scared of the unknown. I like to make active decisions. My husband and I have planned for years to move to CA. I refuse now, and he knows it. I won't get closer to the Pacific. What absurd times we are living in.

    http://hatrickpenryunbound.com/?p=3928


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    • Slingerss Slingerss

      I agree with you. I am a resident of Wa. State, but I choose to live on the East Coast. But, seriously its only a matter of time before it affects the East Coast just like the West. We are all doomed, just some LATER before SOONER.


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      • Sixela Sixela

        of course, I'm well aware. There is no escaping this thing. They gave fallout warnings in Europe after the initial explosions, so I have no illusions about how it will play out. Haven't been able to convince anyone to join me in the Southern Hemi quite yet, and even if I could, it would feel shitty to leave my friends and family to slowly get sick without being able to even offer them comfort. Plus, the oceans are gone to shit between the Gulf Oil Spills and the Pacific. I suppose there is nowhere left to run.

        Quite sobering, really.


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        • We Not They Finally

          Sixela, I know that loyalty to family and friends can be a big factor, but if you are aware enough to see what is happening, as you obviously are, I think that it is fine that you just MOVE. In Japan, the family loyalties have been fierce, and there were probably a lot of families who could have escaped grievous harm but they stayed out of loyalty to family. Looking on as an outsider, I would rather that they MOVED and just left their family with love and prayers, not a death sentence for themselves.

          A lot of people struggle with issues like this, do don't feel like you are alone. But you should also FEEL FREE TO MOVE. Your life, your survival, is worth that much. It really is.


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        • Songie Songie

          @sixela I am in the same situation. I would leave for S Amer today but my daughter won't go.

          I am, however, starting to think about how I could "go on ahead." That way, she'd have a place to come to when she wakes up…


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      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        The East Coast has been hit harder than the West Coast. It comes in through the Pacific Northwest, along the US/Canadian border, then sweeps down as the jetstream passes the Rockies, swirling through the mid-west and the East Coast as it heads south towards Florida.

        The biggest problem on the West Coast is the radioactive sea spray, which goes several miles inland, and the radioactive BuckyBalls, which bounce along the surface and Lord knows where they go.

        After two + years, it's now pretty well disbursed in the rainfall, so at this point the US is getting dosed pretty evenly across the country.

        Moving south of the equator will add several years onto your life, as long as the criminals don't get you. Very high crime rates, and will only get worse as their economies collapse.

        Good luck.


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    • have read the documents thoroughly…
      there's every evidence that they THOUGHT Unit 4 burned but it was retracted by Tepco when they were able to ascertain it's condition…
      i'm sticking with Gundersen's work, i'm not capable of duplicating it and certainly he has only the best motives in mind…
      Unit 4 hangs over our heads , the Sword of the Grim Reaper…

      it's far worse if it already burned…
      we're just waiting to die….


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    • scottyji scottyji

      Yes exactly…What rods?

      IF… studies point to SFP 4 having burned off several times ( and Hatrick Penry's exhaustively documented web site concurs using the NRC documents), is there anything left in there to try to pull out?

      http://enenews.com/3-recent-studies-report-fukushima-unit-4-was-on-fire-multiple-times-occurred-in-spent-fuel-cooling-pool

      See also
      http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2012/09/unit-4-is-there-intact-fuel-left.html

      Or is the new building next to #4 just a theater and movie show? Will TEPCO exonerate itself by rolling video of some older and ancient fuel rod extraction operation?

      I speculate this may be the case…similar to 9/11: what you saw ( and will see at Unit 4) was NOT how it came down (pun intended).

      Comments?


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      • We Not They Finally

        You may well be right. It's just astounding what people can continue to BELIEVE. Like 9-1-1 was planned out of a cave in Afghanistan? Yeah….

        I think that the Japanese, many anyway, are at the point where they don't believe anything their own government says. We just don't see many signs that they are in a position to DO anything about it. Glad to see now a citizens group there doing its own radiation testing and trying to get publicity. But it's all uphill.


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    • HoTaters

      Looking at recent closeup pictures of Reactors 3 and 4, it looks like Reactor 3 building has burned itself almost down to the ground.

      There were still a couple of stories left on the walls, back in March 2011, after #3 explosions.

      Now it looks like the entire reactor and SFP are gone.

      Has anyone else noticed this? Do you concur?


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      • or-well

        HoTaters, they have taken Unit 3 down to the roof level of the adjacent turbine building.
        I believe the structure of the turbine building is being partly used to provide support for the "super-structure" they intend to build on top, in order to support a structure similar to the one they have put on Unit 4.
        That's also why there's a new wall on the inland side.
        There's good pics and vids from recently/last couple months, but I haven't kept track of where.
        See the vid at the link in my reply to Blue_Heron on the "Alert…" thread.


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  • Gasser Gasser

    Stephen Wolf; The Pusher Man

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3XqyGoE2Q4Y

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    You know I've burned a lot of generator gas
    
O' Lord, I've paid a lot of Coal energy Bill’s
    
But I never touched nothin'

    That my spirit could kill

    
You know, I've seen a lot of people walkin' 'round

    With Plutonium tombstones in their eyes

    But the Nuclear pusher don't care
    
Ah, if you live or if you die

    God damn, The Nuclear Pusher's 
God damn,
    I say The Uranium Pusher’s
    
I said God damn,
    God damn the NRC Pusher men

    You know the Wind and Solar dealer, these dealer's are men

    With natural power being none polluting they send
    
Oh but the Nuclear pusher's are monster’s
    
Good God, their not natural men

    
The natural power dealer for a nickel
    
Lord, will sell you lots of sweet electricity dreams
    
Ah, but the Nuclear pusher ruin your body
    
Lord, he'll leave your, he'll leave your Cesium mind to scream

    God damn, The Nuclear Pusher’s
    
God damn, God damn the Uranium Pusher's

    I said God damn the NRC Pusher men
    God damn all pro Nuclear pusher's

    Well, now if I were a wiser president of this land

    You know, I'd declare total war on The Nuclear Pusher men
    
I'd haul their ass's to the Hague, and I'd jail them if they try run

    Yes I'd expose'em on Enenews.com and Face Book, not for fun

    God damn The NRC Nuclear Pusher’s
    
God damn The TEPCO Pusher's

    I said God damn,
    God damn all The Nuclear Power Pusher…


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    • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

      BOB DYLAN
      "Subterranean Homesick Blues"

      Johny's in the basement
      Mixing up the medicine
      I'm on the pavement
      Thinking about the government
      The man in the trench coat
      Badge out, laid off
      Says he's got a bad cough
      Wants to get it paid off
      Look out kid
      It's somethin' you did
      God knows when
      But you're doin' it again
      You better duck down the alley way
      Lookin' for a new friend
      The man in the coon-skip cap
      In the big pen
      Wants eleven dollar bills
      You only got ten.

      Maggie comes fleet foot
      Face full of black soot
      Talkin' that the heat put
      Plants in the bed but
      The phone's tapped anyway
      Maggie says that many say
      They must bust in early May
      Orders from the DA
      Look out kid
      Don't matter what you did
      Walk on your tip toes
      Don't try, 'No Doz'
      Better stay away from those
      That carry around a fire hose
      Keep a clean nose
      Watch the plain clothes
      You don't need a weather man
      To know which way the wind blows.


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      • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

        Get sick, get well
        Hang around an ink well
        Ring bell, hard to tell
        If anything is goin' to sell
        Try hard, get barred
        Get back, write Braille
        Get jailed, jump bail Join the army, if you failed
        Look out kid
        You're gonna get hit
        But losers, cheaters
        Six-time users
        Hang around the theaters
        Girl by the whirlpool
        Lookin' for a new fool
        Don't follow leaders
        Watch the parkin' meters.


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  • jackassrig

    If the building is leaning say 5 – 10 degrees, that means the fuel bundles are leaning say 5 – 10 degrees. The cable and hook-I’m assuming TEPCO is using a crane-will be perpendicular with the world. So when TEPCO tries to pull a bundle, they will not only be pulling up but also to the side. If these bundles are packed in as tight as everyone seems to think, there’s going to be much bumping and grinding between the bundles. I can’t believe that the powers would allow these bumbling fools who do not have one success story to try to remove these bundles.


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  • harengus_acidophilus

    Wait, what?

    "the ultimate catastrophe of the world and the planet"

    What is the difference between "world" and "planet"?

    h.


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  • dka

    They are really going to try to pull it with maximum strength?
    That's really stupid to do this without proper equipement built to do it. There is also even a risk of an earthquake at the time they try! This attempt really sounds crazy.


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  • bwoodfield bwoodfield

    They say that the worst case scenario is one of the fuel rods fall back into the pool. What about if it falls outside the pool? Or worse, during the removal a catastrophic structural failure occurs because of stresses put on the building during removal and ALL the contained fuel gets dumped out.

    Tepco Spokeswoman: “The removal of the fuels is an experienced technology used everywhere over the world. The risks are evaluated and well under control.” …. Yes removal by computer controlled cranes with precise measurements on the fuel rod location and sleeve positioning, not manually by construction crane operators.

    Go out for a walk, hug your family,enjoy the life going on around you. It's going to change drastically in the next while.


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  • own_quality

    Why if there is even minimal risk to the entire world are the proven incompetents at TEPCO being allowed to perform this task? Of course in this case we have massive catastrophic risk to the entire world.

    WHY?

    What are we missing… or is the world really this stupid.


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    • Ourself Ourself

      what you may be missing is that it is those in power who are making the decisions, and those in power apparently care only about kicking the can as long as they can and care not about the consequences.

      the so-called powers that be have already been sacrificing the well-being of future generations for the sake of momentary convenience in so many other ways, it is only fitting they'd continue to do so, until there is no future left to sacrifice.

      it works because they also control the flow of information, and it is a very small minority in the world who actually care enough to research, let alone do anything about it. and the general populace is already so brainwashed, they'd rather deny reality than face the brutal truth because apparently denial is easier.


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    • Sol Man

      The proven incompetents were running the Manhattan Project from the get-go, and the investors that supported them.


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      In all the tesla science stuff that I read a few years ago, there was something about this shield that could be put up. A force field. So put one around the Fukushima before risking everyone. I know the government has it classified, I am sure; To protect us all from knowing about something necessary for world survival, but at at least the world will end and the secret is kept a secret. That's what's important,right?


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  • lyvette

    I trust those drunken fools to do the job right, don't you??


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  • bo bo

    Professor Koide… another name synonymous with the anti nuclear movement in Japan.
    He is doomed to assistant professorship for the rest of his life because of his strong anti nuclear position but well respected nevertheless by many.

    This is a simple 15 min lecture by him that breaks down what happened in fukushima on 3/11, and what the Japanese people face, and the whole planet faces today.

    This is basic news most on enenews already know, and intended for people who are just learning..but the composure and grace with which he delivers the story is moving. He also organizes information here well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6y2nypW0_bA&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    This video almost feels like one of those recordings left as a message to visitors to earth explaining why humans couldn't make it… the ones you see in science fiction movies :(


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  • Ron

    “The removal of the fuels is an experienced technology used everywhere over the world. The risks are evaluated and well under control.”

    Whew! That's a relief. Then you should be done by tomorrow right?


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  • We Not They Finally

    "could lead to a partial meltdown"? At some future date? What planet have they been living on to THIS date?


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  • scottyji scottyji

    I think it's theater, and they will be completely successful in order to exonorate themselves and regain "face". All they have to do is roll old video of a bundle pulling, transverse crane. Everything is going to work out hunkey-dorey! That show will get the prying world eyes off their back.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Fukushima is already the most serious nuclear disaster to date.

    Happening right now, you're being radiated.


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  • jec jec

    So DAMAGED FUEL RODS and pools are NORMAL? This is what TEPCO is saying. There is no way removal of damaged fuel cells and rods is simple. All the fallen junk on top has to be removed..every last piece, first. Now since its sooo normal to remove the Fukushima fuel rods from Reactor4–surely TEPCO will fund any damages due to accidental radiation release…RIGHT. Sure, just like TEPCO did for the evacuees in Japan, and helped the refugees recover all damaged property costs..sure. OKAY (sarcasm)…
    “The removal of the fuels is an experienced technology used everywhere over the world. The risks are evaluated and well under control.”–gag me with a spoon…


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  • timex

    Why it says: "evacuation of 10 million people in the surrounding area, including Tokyo"

    I thought that the greater Tokyo itself has 35 MILLION CITIZENS, that`s infact the same amount that the whole Canada has citizens…

    I think the world /UN should start thinking where and how they can evacuate those people out of there, of cource many of them is going to be either dead or too sick to even move but , if the world is going to just do nothing and think it`s their mess and let them die there …..i dont see it humane…

    Dont know is it possible to evacuate thought…to where ?? 35 million is a lot people


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Yes, a lot of people!

    Ergo: Why they were never evacuated in the first place. :(


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  • Songie Songie

    I wonder– is a quiet, exodus taking place?


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    • pinksailmatt pinksailmatt

      Not too many know that we have a tremendous new "construction bubble" in the USA right now. It is building college Student Housing. It is being done at a remarkable pace thru-out the entire US…from West Coast to East Coast.

      Why now…and for who?

      Answer: Asians who want to get their kids as far away as possible.


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    For those that can afford it, no doubt, but remember the vast majority are like all the rest of us out here…dirt poor and unable to change their current living conditions or locations.

    That was the beauty of the overall Zeitgeist Matrix design created…its called bondage.


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  • timex

    I have been sensing my own thoughts that i hope are not true, is this a waiting game ?? could it be that there is allready a plans made for Fukushima, but they are so loving the consept of depulation that they are gonna first just wait ….so that they get what they want…a massive depopulation operation ?

    Nothing would surprice me anymore….the elite really hate the concept of world where is too much people..

    Why is USA,Russia,China so silent ??


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    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      From their eugenic point of view, depopulation is a wonderful thing. The problem they have now is, their lungs are full of plutonium and uranium, too.

      They were so blind to the potential disaster that is Fukushima in their mad rush to nuclear profits, that they neglected to make sure of their own survival, let along ours.

      I'd like to be there when their kids all get sick, and they have to look them in the eye on their deathbed and know it's their fault.


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    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      animals and plants and poetic people of the world desperately need human depopulation. People who think otherwise are part of the problem, in my view. But the way to do it is through education and birth control. People die naturally, no need to kill them and everything else.

      People can grasp a=b but not a impacts b, thus c suffers which effects d therefor a impacts d. That is the limit of human intelligence for the elites who make all grabs for gold in it various forms. Eugenics may or may not be in their plan, but if so it was a misguided attempt to reduce human impact on the globe. They know they want population in order to leach off them


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  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    They all have Nuclear wants/desires and they know if Nuclear goes away, so does the population control games they have all been playing together for so many years…


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  • Mack Mack

    From Yoichi Shimatsu's 10/14/13 interview:

    > IAEA is in Japan for 2nd time

    > IAEA is "appalled and shocked" at what they're seeing at Fukushima

    > IAEA is telling Japan to stop focusing on cosmetic cleanup and focus on high-radiation areas so worker safety is priority

    > Main Tepco employee in charge of containing wastewater was sent away to energy conference by Tepco during IAEA visit (so he couldn't talk to IAEA)

    > Radiation is 400X normal 10 kilometers from the plant

    > There's nothing Tepco or the IAEA can do

    > Russians did more in 4 months in Chernobyl than Japan has done in 2.5 years

    > Tepco spent first 6 months denying serious meltdowns to protect Tepco stocks; there's still massive coverup and denial

    http://www.rense.com


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Now for the bold face lie..Lake Barrett…(his folks should have named him mudhole)..says that the fuel rods( I guess he is referring to unit 4).. should be able to be removed in a normal manner.

    Yep..no problem at all.

    Listen up..Lake Barrett..there is not a single procedure that is going on at Fukushima Npp that is normal!
    Your statements are unbelievable..

    http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=fukushima+unit+4&FORM=HDRSC2#view=detail&id=B07136531A0BD76C10D074144EE1DCB1011A05B9&selectedIndex=219

    How about some answers instead.


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  • W8R W8R

    Claiming the impossible is possible is great theatre.
    #4 spf is still there, videos prove that.
    But many buldles burned at the top when the water got low.
    No handles to pick them up. Many racks are askew and buried in melted debri. The floor of the pool is being braced by pipes. The walls are tarps.
    This cannot end well.
    As intended..


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    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      This would depend on whether or not the videos of inside the spent fuel pool in 4 are actually 4.
      I tend not to believe that.
      I also believe the spent fuel of 4..is burning with occasional re-criticality.This situation causing further damage to the racks etc. Then there is the issue of corrosion.
      what ever..if there is anything left they are actually cooling is doubtful..as reports came in that it was draining into the basement and some portion(water) used again..the rest lost through the fracture basement.
      Look at the destruction of 4..considering the explosion began in the SFP..in 4..unless they want to admit to weapons lab..which would be below the SFP..then ground zero..would be the pool.
      How did it NOT sustain..less damage than the surrounding building?


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  • W8R W8R

    Claiming the impossible is possible is great theatre.
    #4 spf is still there, videos prove that.
    But many bundles burned at the top when the water got low.
    No handles to pick them up. Many racks are askew and buried in melted debri. The floor of the pool is being braced by pipes. The walls are tarps.
    This cannot end well.
    As intended..


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  • Sol Man

    Look on the bright side, at least the sun hasn't fallen from the sky leaving us all alone in the cold void.


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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    OT. Tiny Bit Of Spent Nuclear Fuel Found Near Chernobyl Is Still Shockingly Radioactive (VIDEO)-Carl Willis
    Oct 18 2013

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/18/chernobyl-still-radioactive-fuel-video_n_4118198.html#slide=3024381

    "Put simply, he says, "the Fukushima accident happened in a very different way from Chernobyl. … [Y]ou will not find chunks of fuel around Fukushima." Additionally, he notes, "Understanding of Fukushima is still evolving. Indeed, the situation there itself is still evolving."

    Who is Carl Willis?

    http://carlwillis.wordpress.com/about/

    He's involved with nuclear tourism.

    Special nuclear Material

    http://carlwillis.wordpress.com/

    Japan Expert: Second explosion was “more like a bomb” at Fukushima — Spent nuclear fuel flew 30 kilometers away, pellets collected by military — Very strange materials like europium were found — Should have evacuated out to 300 kilometers (VIDEO)
    Oct 7 2013

    http://enenews.com/japan-expert-second-explosion-more-like-a-bomb-at-fukushima-nuclear-fuel-flew-30-kilometers-away-pellets-collected-by-japan-military-should-have-evacuated-300-kilometer-zone-150-years-t

    Here is the Enenews search concerning this matter:

    http://enenews.com/?s=spent+fuel+pellets

    And a visual..

    Fukushima power plant helicopter video #3 deshaked & slow motion – white rods all over the area

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZrP3KlmHto

    He needs to stop..he's out of his league.


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  • babbo dorian babbo dorian

    I personaly do not believe that there is still spent fuel at any building.
    I think they are making show to release information slowly …. de all are dead sonner then de were before this accident …. sorry forma all of es.


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  • Johnny Blade

    The whole truth about the 311 ELE is laid out without even reading the actual article.="The ultimate worldwide catastrophe scenario unfolding in weeks ahead and is under TEPCO's control"! :| I'd add that it's under TEPCO's control at the behest of a few others and all for the sake of adding a few more mini-portraits of dead presidents to their hoarded collection… I've also had premonitions that their may be a sudden worldwide awakening and begrudged acceptance finally of what most of us here at least have been trying to drive home to the lemmings for nearly 3 years now and much longer in the case of those who knew what could happen prior to 3/11/11 and tried in vain to prevent it without knowing which one of the many decrepit,old NPP's would initiate human self-annihilation along with all other radiation-sensitive,vulnerable species in their global kill zone(s) :( ….


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