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 #8034  by odin
 19 Jul 2019 17:55
Just hope the nuclear leak in Japan doesn't ruin too much of it.
 #8056  by Algae In Space
 20 Jul 2019 13:45
odin wrote: 19 Jul 2019 17:55 Just hope the nuclear leak in Japan doesn't ruin too much of it.

Yup. Fukushima is still a massive catastrophe no-one is addressing anymore. Since 2011 there were flowing unimaginable amounts of radioactive water into the ocean... Now they say they store "filtered" cooling water in tanks... They have started (if one can beliefe it) to pull out fuel rods. The Hypercosmic God only knows how long it will take them to get them all. Ahh humanity :wink:
 #8069  by Algae In Space
 21 Jul 2019 22:21
opae ula related wrote: 20 Jul 2019 16:40 Made me do some research and found this article.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/fukushima ... 672265/amp

Read and cry (excerpt)

HC: Well there are ongoing emissions into the air consistently, number one. Number two, a huge amount of water is being stored –over a million gallons in tanks at the site. That water is being siphoned off from the reactor cores, the damaged melted cores. Water is pumped consistently every day, every hour, to keep the cores cool in case they have another melt. And that water, of course, is extremely contaminated.

Now they say they’ve filtered out the contaminants except for the tritium which is part of the water molecule, but they haven’t. There’s strontium, cesium, and many other elements in that water – it’s highly radioactive – and because there isn’t enough room to build more tanks, they’re talking about emptying all that water into the Pacific Ocean and the fishermen are very, very upset. The fish already being caught off Fukushima, some are obviously contaminated. But this will be a disaster.

Water comes down from the mountains behind the reactors, flows underneath the reactors into the sea and always has. And when the reactors were in good shape, the water was fine, didn’t get contaminated. But now the three molten cores in contact with that water flowing under the reactors and so the water flowing into the Pacific is very radioactive and that’s a separate thing from the million gallons or more in those tanks.

They put up a refrigerated wall of frozen dirt around the reactors to prevent that water from the mountains flowing underneath the reactors, which has cut down the amount of water flowing per day from 500 tons to about a hundred and fifty. But of course, if they lose electricity, that refrigeration system is going to fail, and it’s a transient thing anyway so it’s ridiculous. In terms… So over time the Pacific is going to become more and more radioactive.

They talk about decommissioning and removing those molten cores. When robots go in and try and have a look at them, their wiring just melts and disappears. They’re extraordinarily radioactive. No human can go near them because they would die within 48 hours from the radiation exposure. They will never, and I quote never, decommission those reactors. They will never be able to stop the water coming down from the mountains. And so, the truth be known, it’s an ongoing global radiological catastrophe which no one really is addressing in full.
 #8070  by odin
 21 Jul 2019 22:41
The spent fuel rods were also stored pretty much in the same building that exploded and shot them all over the site so it’s not even contained where the cores are. I watched a show on YouTube about it once.


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 #8071  by Algae In Space
 21 Jul 2019 23:07
odin wrote: 21 Jul 2019 22:41 The spent fuel rods were also stored pretty much in the same building that exploded and shot them all over the site so it’s not even contained where the cores are. I watched a show on YouTube about it once.


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Oh yeah is that right!? I dug into this topic some time ago. Couldn't remember that. That is madness...

But I guess that's OK. As "Dr. Karan Strauss" is pointing out so flawlessly it doesn't burn anything and it means cleaner air for this planet :dead: