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Fukushima Needs World Wide Help Big Time


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A great interview for those fairly new to Fukushima (Note: things got worse since this interview)Nuclear Expert Gordon Edwards interview on the Green Power Wellness Show (At 32:00 in) -- The worry with Unit No. 4, even though there was no fuel in the core of the reactor, there's a spent fuel pool very precariously perched up above 5 floors. If the plant were to collapse which it's been showing signs of doing then that fuel would be all over the place and it would be impossible to cool. And that would be a you could get far greater emissions than we did Experts: Fukushima Unit 4 has shown signs of collapsing Underneath buildings it's becoming saturated "Known fractures in soil" Large structure already went down at plant after ground was super-saturated and had mudslide in March 2011 Video tour of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant -- Sept 2013 , the utility company that owns the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, released this video in September 2013. It describes the 2011 accident, the current progress towards decommissioning the power plant, and efforts to handle the radioactive water that is accumulating at the DEEPENING CRISIS AT FUKUSHIMA is explained by GORDON EDWARDS, President of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility. Gordon is one of the world's leading expert on atomic power and Fukushima. He makes it clear that the terrifying outflow of contaminated water pouring through the Fukushima site is a clear and present threat to all living things in the Pacific Ocean and to human life in general. The crisis is clearly beyond the ability of Tepco, the Japanese government or perhaps the world nuclear as a whole. Aug 12th, 2013 by progressiveradionetwork Listen to full podcast here vs Niagara Falls: a math problem (original upload)How much water has flowed into the Pacific Ocean from just the reactor cooling?Stand next to Niagara Falls for about 2 days to get some from: see video:Gregory Jaczko: The Ongoing Fukushima Daiichi Crisis 9/24/2013 headlines:Nuclear Experts: Fukushima Unit 4 has shown signs of collapsing Underneath buildings it's becoming saturated "Known fractures in soil" Large structure already went down at plant after ground was super-saturated and had mudslide in March 2011 Radio: Sinkhole potential at Fukushima plant from pumping up groundwater? Nuclear Expert: Yeah, that's a very good point May very well happen if workers take out too much water from an area NBC Nightly News: Worry at Fukushima plant Scientist reveals "increased" amounts of radioactive groundwater have started flowing into ocean Contamination levels in marine life to start rising "Other countries are worried" TV: A force beyond human control was unleashed at Fukushima, says former top nuclear official Impossible to stop radioactive groundwater flowing into Pacific Tokyo Professor: I want to stress that Japan is on verge of collapse after Fukushima Osaka Professor: If you don't recognize health risks and take action right now, you have no future Nuclear Expert: I believe Fukushima fuel melted through at some reactors "Gone beyond building and now it's in bedrock?" Official: "Police state methods" used by gov't to promote nuclear power Ex-Chairman of Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Upcoming 'attempt' to remove Fukushima Unit 4 spent fuel is very, very unprecedented Pool has significant structural damage Will be very risky Japan Expert: Cancel plans for trying to remove Fukushima melted fuel Cover buildings with concrete instead Recriticality Concerns at Fukushima BBC: Professor warns underground ice walls could become 'neutron reflectors' and cause nuclear chain reactionJapan Professors: "Problem of such unprecedented magnitude" at Fukushima International consequences Fuel rods melted through reactor floors?EU-funded Research: Fukushima atmospheric release of 210 quadrillion becquerels of cesium-137 used as upper bound in simulation Chernobyl estimated at 70 to 85 quadrillionStudy: Contamination in Tokyo suburb 3 times higher than area just 1 mile from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Scientist: Significant contamination in Tokyo, a serious problem More contamination is leaking at Fukushima than Tepco announces, says worker Alarms inevitably go off during radiation inspections at end of day Officials: Nothing's being controlled; Prime Minister has no idea what's happening High concentrations of Fukushima radioactive material will reach west coast of North America "Entire coast" to be affected from Alaska to Mexico "Can negatively affect human life for decades



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