-------- Forwarded Message --------
|Subject:||[Paranormal_Research] Fukushima: Boss reveals 600 tons of fuel melted, can't find it — "Nobody really knows where fuel is"… "Uncontrollable fission"|
|Date:||Mon, 06 Jun 2016 23:47:08 +1200|
|From:||N M firstname.lastname@example.org [Paranormal_Research] <Paranormal_Research@yahoogroups.com>|
Fukushima: Boss reveals 600 tons of fuel melted, canâ€™t find it â€" â€œNobody really knows where fuel isâ€ â€¦ â€œUncontrollable fissionâ€
Posted By: RumorMail [Send E-Mail]
Date: Sunday, 5-Jun-2016
Watch ABC Australia Vid here:
ABC Australia, May 24, 2016 (emphasis added): [ABC's Mark Willacy] has been invited on a tour of [Fukushima Daiichi]â€¦ What Willacy discovers is truly unsettlingâ€¦ retrieving hundreds of tonnes of melted nuclear fuel turns out to be far greater than previously thought.
ABC Australia transcript excerpts, May 24, 2016:
Willacy: Tonight we go on a journey into the heart of this ongoing crisisâ€¦ and we reveal the frightening enormity of the clean-upâ€¦ and how dangerous it still is.
Gregory Jaczko, former Chairman of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission: This really is unchartered territory. Nobody really knows where the fuel isâ€¦ Thereâ€™s no playbook â€" theyâ€™re making this up as they go along.
Willacy: The man in charge of decontaminating and decommissioning the Fukushima plant, Naohiro Masuda. Has anything like this ever been attempted before?
Masuda: There has never been an accident at a nuclear plant like the one at Fukushima where three reactors had meltdowns. We are currently working on a timetable to decommission the reactors over the next 30 to 40 years.
Naoto Kan, Former Prime Minister: I think it will take longerâ€¦ This is a major accident, which has never happened anywhere in the worldâ€¦ 40 years is an optimistic view.
Willacy: We are heading to the buildings housing the melted reactorsâ€¦ Tepco is worried about possible nuclear terrorism, and wonâ€™t allow us to film certain security sites.
Masuda: This is a job weâ€™ve never done and there is no textbook.
Willacy: [At Reactor 3 there was an] explosion right after the nuclear fuel meltedâ€¦ What happened inside [Reactor 2] no-one really knowsâ€¦ [Reactor 1] is where probably the worst meltdown occurred. They donâ€™t know where the nuclear fuel is.
Masuda: We havenâ€™t actually seen where the melted fuel fell, so itâ€™s important to find it as soon as possible.
Willacy: For the first time, Foreign Correspondent can reveal just how vast the amount of melted nuclear fuel is, the three molten blobs that lie somewhere deep within each of these buildings.
Masuda: Itâ€™s estimated that 200 tonnes of debris lies within each unitâ€¦ 600 tonnes of melted debris fuel and a mixture of concrete and other metals are likely to be here.
Willacy: The most daunting task, one the nuclear industry has never faced, is getting the melted fuel out. TEPCO admits the technology it needs hasnâ€™t been invented.
Jaczko: It may be possible that weâ€™re never able to remove the fuel. You may just wind up having to leave it there and somehow entomb it as it is. I mean thatâ€™s certainly a possibility. There is no playbook, theyâ€™re making this up as they go along.
Kan: If all the reactors had had a meltdown, there was a risk that half or all of Japan could have been destroyedâ€¦ the accident took us to the brink of destruction.
Jaczko: You have to now accept that in all nuclear power plantsâ€¦ thereâ€™s a chance you can have this kind of a very catastrophic accidentâ€¦ thatâ€™s the reality of nuclear power.
ABC Australia, May 24, 2016: Fukushima clean-up chief still hunting for 600 tonnes of melted radioactive fuelâ€¦ [TEPCO] has revealed that 600 tonnes of reactor fuel melted during the disaster, and that the exact location of the highly radioactive blobs remains a mysteryâ€¦ [C]hief of decommissioning at Fukushima, Naohiro Masuda, said the company hoped toâ€¦ begin removing it from 2021â€¦ â€œBut unfortunately, we donâ€™t know exactly where (the fuel) isâ€ [said Masuda]. [Gregory Jaczko, Chairman of the US NRC] at the time of the meltdowns at Fukushima doubts the fuel can be retrievedâ€¦ â€œNobody really knows where the fuel isâ€¦ It may be possible that weâ€™re never able to remove the fuel. You may just have to wind up leaving it there and somehow entomb it as it is.â€ â€¦ For the first time, TEPCO has revealed just how much of the mostly uranium fuel melted downâ€¦ [Masuda said] â€œabout 600 tonnes of melted debris fuel and a mixture of concrete and other metals are likely to be there.â€
RT, May 24, 2016: 600 tons of melted radioactive Fukushima fuel still not found, clean-up chief revealsâ€¦ [The fuel] burnt through the respective reactor pressure vessels, concentrating somewhere on the lower levels of the stationâ€¦ fuel from Reactor 1 poured out completelyâ€¦ the exact location of the highly radioactive â€œrunawayâ€ fuel remains mystery for TEPCO. The absolutely uncontrollable fission of the melted nuclear fuel assemblies continue somewhere under the remains of the stationâ€¦ [TEPCO's] plan for Fukushima nuclear power plant implies a 30-40 year periodâ€¦ Yet experts doubt the present state of technology is sufficient to deal with the unprecedented technical task.
Posted by: N M <email@example.com>
Paranormal_Research - Scientific Data,
Health Conspiracies & Anything Strange
Clay Advantage SUPER SALE Living green Bentonite clay
INTERNAL - EXTERNAL FOOD GRADE CLAY
To Order: http://www.ClayAdvantage.com
For info: http://www.clayadvantage.webs.com/
Alternative Health and Old Time Cures:
BEMER PRO - BEMER Classic (this is NOT the old Bemer 3000)
Improves circulation and supports the body's own self healing mechanism
THE OPEN LINE NEWSPAPER, HEALTH NEWS, SPIRITUAL, ENVIRONMENT, ETC. http://WWW.THEOPENLINE.ORG