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Posted in: Fukushima water tanks: leaky and built with illegal labor See in context

From the second paragraph:

"among the thousands of workers from across Japan who have put together the emergency water tanks and stabilized the plant after three reactor meltdowns " Stabilized the plant??? Who knew??? Jeez...that's GOOD! So...I guess we can all breathe a little easier now that everything is stabilized and under control!

(sarcasm "off")

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Posted in: TEPCO opens up Fukushima plant to media See in context

Has anyone seen THIS?

http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/images/handouts_120221_02-e.pdf

Because of high radiation, they are going to "cover up" the Port's ocean bottom with concrete? WTF??

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Posted in: Who gets your vote for the greatest rock band of all time? See in context

What? Creedence Clearwater isn't on the list??

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Posted in: Study shows deeper meltdown than thought at Fukushima nuclear reactor See in context

"TEPCO and government officials are aiming to achieve “cold shutdown” by the end of the year ". Can someone please tell me what this means? Because it seems to me that since no-one knows for sure where these melted blobs actually are...and it's too "hot" to send in humans or robots to inspect...HOW do they achieve"cold shutdown"? Please...WHAT THE HELL is TEPCO talking about?

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Posted in: New fission suspected at Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

Zichi, Very nice informative post...thank you. I am new here and I'm trying to read all I can on the subject of Fukushima. You say you read blogs, but not the conspiracy ones. Boy, I can agree with that. There are some crazy people and theories out there. Would you mind (and is it allowed) to mention the blogs you read that you consider legitimate and credible on his subject? Thanks!

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Posted in: Heroes of Fukushima See in context

The Plant is "under control"? That's nice news if it were true, but it's not. From an article today in "Business Insider": "Because Japan's official agencies are refusing to test, citizens are buying up handheld Geiger counters in record numbers — shocked by what they're finding.

"Strontium, cesium, and plutonium at levels 20 times greater than government limits are being found at schools, ballparks, and apartment buildings."

The New York Times spoke with Kiyoshi Toda, a medical doctor who specializes in teaching radiation science at Nagasaki University who says: “Radioactive substances are entering people’s bodies from the air, from the food. It’s everywhere. But the government doesn’t even try to inform the public how much radiation they’re exposed to.”

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