Monthly Archives: October 2011

Outer covering complete at Fukushima Daiichi plant’s No. 1 reactor


Outer covering complete at Fukushima Daiichi plant’s No. 1 reactor

Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant's No. 1 reactor building, with its nearly-completed cover, is seen on Oct. 8 in this photo provided by Tokyo Electric Power Co.

Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant’s No. 1 reactor building, with its nearly-completed cover, is seen on Oct. 8 in this photo provided by Tokyo Electric Power Co.

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Friday that it has finished installing a covering over the No. 1 reactor at its crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture.
http://mdn.mainichi.jp/mdnnews/news/20111029p2g00m0dm011000c.html


Three decades needed to make Fukushima safe

By North Asia correspondent
Updated October 28, 2011 07:58:54

30 years to decommission: Inside the Fukushima nuclear plant

A draft report by Japan’s nuclear agency says it will take more than 30 years to decommission the shattered Fukushima nuclear plant.

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A draft report by Japan’s nuclear agency says it will take more than 30 years to decommission the shattered Fukushima nuclear plant.

Stuxnet nuke attack contended by a leading Japanese journalist….


A leading Japanese journalist recently made two incredible claims about the Fukushima power plant that suffered a nuclear meltdown in March 2011, sending shockwaves around the world.
First, the former editor of a national newspaper in Japan says the U.S. and Israel knew Fukushima had weapons-grade uranium and plutonium that were exposed to the atmosphere after a massive tsunami wave hit the reactor.
Second, he  contends that Israeli intelligence sabotaged the reactor in retaliation for Japan’s support of an independent Palestinian state.

http://theintelhub.com/2011/10/24/japanese-journalist-accuses-israel-of-fukushima-sabotoge/

Tokyo to become nuclear waste dumping ground….


………….(NaturalNews) Authorities from Fukushima and other disaster-stricken areas in Japan say they do not have the capacity to process and dispose of all the radioactive rubble left over from the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck back in March………..

But how radioactive is this waste, truly, and is it safe to begin transporting large amounts of it to areas located in very close proximity to Japan’s largest population center? Many are now asking this question as the government moves forward with its plans, especially since ash left over from burning contaminated rubble has in some cases exceeded 100,000 becquerels per kilogram (Bq/kg) ( [link to mdn.mainichi.jp]

A large portion of that waste is going to be transferred to Tokyo, according to a recent report by The Mainichi Daily News, a move that some are concerned may result in additional environmental and human harm

The Rest Of The Story: [link to tulsachange.com]

……… oh how i trust tepco to do this……………

there goes tokyo……