nUkiEmOLe iNfO #16/ 13 Feb 2017
Synonym for Debris is clean-up Daiichi’s Yesterday
I do not-find-how-wonderful life’s demise is worth knowing, because that negates attempts to HALT the tyranny of the 3-meltdowns @ Daiichis’. Period. March 11th 2011 is almost six full years back, you now? Ago. There is no ‘appreciable’ Phytoremediations being sought by a three-score association of countries who want to share in improving the processes of recovering and being rid the “actual-Waste: radionuclides” from plant-Life uptakes into they’re growing. What are the us.a. citizens doing along the Pacific and coastline from Mexico to Aleutian Islands chain, excepting ringing ruined food-stocks of once prevalent “sea-foods” affable?
Hey, you do not need sea-food, because the past two million years humans have been eating at shoreline, anymore.do you? Ohh, how well are those “reports” by the bucket-full ongoing being delivered. Maybe Phytoremediations have been, you know, wasted, on legalized marijuana—or some facsimile therein necessary, but excused for excuses by Oligarchs are most necessary! No.
“Last week TEPCO came closer to locating the bulk of the melted fuel in Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 than it ever has after sending a special robot into the severely damaged containment. Unfortunately, while the robot only operated for a very short time due to incredibly high radiation levels, the camera captured the inside of the containment facility where it spotted likely evidence of fuel debris and a hole in the grating below the atomic reactor.
…During its internal Unit 2 atomic containment viewing, the robot radiation detector measured readings as high as 530 Sv/hr. Such a huge radiation dose would be lethal to people in less than one minute, which is why only specially made robots, never tried before anywhere in the world, had to be created. For your comparison, 10 Sv , which converts to 1,000 rem, has proven to be a lethal radiation dose in one only hour! TEPCO’s new Unit 2 readings measure more than 50 times higher. Other areas closer to the bulk of the melted fuel, where the robot could not even reach will likely have much higher radiation levels.
Although this robotic measurement just occurred, this high radiation reading was anticipated and has existed inside the damaged Unit 2 atomic reactor since the disaster began nearly 6 years ago. Fairewinds followers have written and called to ask us what can TEPCO do now. As Fairewinds has said for 6-years, there are no easy solutions because groundwater is in direct contact with the nuclear corium (melted fuel) at Fukushima Daiichi. As Fairewinds has maintained since the meltdowns began, these radiation doses make dismantling the facility almost impossible for 100-years or longer, because the high exposures to workers make it impossible for humans to do the necessary work.
TEPCO and Japan’s atomic power regulators must stop the groundwater from continuously flowing into the highly radioactive damaged reactors and migrating all that radioactivity directly into the Pacific Ocean. This highly radioactive water must be prevented from entering the atomic power containments, and then a sarcophagus must be created to seal the reactors until the highest radioactivity decays away. Stopping the clean migrating groundwater before it enters the crippled containments, then sealing the radiation inside those radioactive hulks, and waiting 100+ years to dismantle the reactors once they have cooled has always been Fairewinds’ recommendation.
For now, only a fraction of the radiation inside the containment has leaked into the water table and the Pacific Ocean. However, until the groundwater is blocked from migrating into the contaminated atomic reactors and the containment is sealed, the world is faced with the constant migration of huge amounts of un[-]monitored and unstoppable radioactivity into the Pacific Ocean.”
1 “Hole in Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 – Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc.” Fairewind’s Education
The amenity of gReenery has been abused, altho that particular, has been around as long as need a lean-to and a padded bed—just such as those Charley Klatt and I had when we camped and protested for four days in 1977, outside those two, then, hug megalomania ‘plants’. Good ole 1977 when smog meant smog, not ‘chem-tRails” hazing the eyeballs!
the peace-Warrior “R” Addison