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Saturday , March 12 , 2011
[updated April 1] "Japan refused any international helps".
Posted by wch , Reader : 3322 , 16:17:12  
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[UPDATED]

G20 MUST THOROUGLY INVESTIGATE,

FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DEVASTATION

Japan governments and nuclear companies had thoroughly covered up the real situation and,

50 countires are now listed affected by nuclear radiations.


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comment 183
Hs date : 26/04/2011 time : 16.01
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wch , I hope that Thailand will not be affected by nuclear or 'H Bomb'.

Hasan, Yala
(Ed.)
comment 182
wch date : 17/04/2011 time : 05.37
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[Dump the contaminated effluent into SEA to prevent pollution of Pacific Ocean]

updated April 17, 0500

Some people may be confused between the SEA and the OCEAN.

The sea is in fact, BERTHING PLACE being sucured by surrounding 6 meters waterbreak (embankment in front of the plant complex pier). It has a entrance for small ships to enter into berthing or porting to the pier. The tide-preventive small pond is used for servicing the transportation of heavy machinery or service liquids to the plant.

This is called by Japanese as SEA and quoted by reporters as is SEA. The plant operator, TEPCO people seem to try closure of the pond, pump out the inner water in order to contain the plant effluents- liquid form waters of wash-down waters,oil-water mixtures and more badly heavily contaminated, stagnant liquids long preserved inside the plant bottom chambers, channels and more SUSPICIOUSLY the ones from spent fuel rods cooling chamber.

THEY MUST DUMP all the wastes into petroleum cargo tanker ships instead of the SEA. If they dump into the pond, the problem remains rather permanently. the radiations fallouts (lets say simpler words instead of the long radioactive-contaminated substances of water and air and dust)will sip into underground water table and infiltrated the shore-along farms and houses.

--- and more seriously, if future quake and tsunami strike the pond, it is another disaster.

Petroleum tanker's liquid cargo holds (cargo well) are controlled in remote from the bridge (piloting and all ship control room where captain and crew work and living). It has powerful on-board pumps and even gantry crane that deals the dangerous wastes.

Japan long suffered in the aftermath of nuke attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and seemingly acquired general understanding about the atomic disasters over broad range of general public,

HOWEVER what they do now is sheerly ILLITERATE with no stain of true professionalism.

Why dont they continue covering the plactic bag over the reactors to seal off the radioactive flue gas that now massively contaminate the northern hemisphere???
Then, why not, BAG filter, THAT filter and bag the contaminated particles and reuse it to make, auto tyres or nuclear bomb??? 555

They are really incompetent people.
comment 181
wch date : 14/04/2011 time : 12.09
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Alien, the best point, how to stop the burning, say, nuclear fuel rod reaction. In fact, around the globe including US's or France's is no idea how to do it.

Only one option, but offered 'UNFORTUNATELY' by Koreans who take this Japan accident so serious to them and who run same, many reactors, is seriously considered by Japan counter parts and one responsible minister, of interior is now in Seoul and is on table of discussion.

Korean method is, first pouring a chemical, boric acid (or metallic borium) into furnace to make up the dead function of control rods, second at same time, pouring montel light metals such as lead, zinc and so one, to seal up the reactor dead, then pouring concrete into the reactor space, and further more cement into the space between core barrier and outer barrier.

After that the plant site is sealed off for next 30 years until all the fuel rods are perfectly dead.

This all processes are costly of course. Japaneses so far tried to rescue the olden reactors as if build newly, it needs billion dollars. Say, they called sharmans to revive dead son for last one month.

Koreans are brave people and they want to train their people in advance because they believe they face same disasters. However so far, Japaneses took such Korean attitude as psychological defeat. This is totally wrong.

I wish the Korean methods will work.
comment 180
Alien date : 14/04/2011 time : 09.12
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The problem as described on American television is that it looks like the radiation will be leaking for a long time to come. I wonder if they could just keep dumping cement all over the plants and sooner or later they would be buried and sealed? I don't know, maybe there are reasons they can't do this, I'm not a construction engineer.
comment 179
wch date : 14/04/2011 time : 07.16
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[Stupidities continue, April 14]

Some politicians showed up in Fukushima vegetable market, TVs cameras covered they taste
Strawberries and Tomatoes !

A show that people can eat agri-produces that are not contaminated by radioactive substances (particle or say, ashes).

The fruit and vegetables have been grown inside thickly covered, green house through Japan's northern, Siberian winter for last 4 months. Inside the vynile and cold-preventing blanket is totally isolated from outer weathers of under-zero temp, stnow and rain. The green house is safer than any other human houses around the nuclear epicenter.

THEY EAT THE FRUITS FROM THAT GREEN HOUSE and lure people to eat them as the evidence is the device does not work on any radiation from the fruits.

THEIR IQ are 66, far below Thai counter parts, 88. 555 and,
Unlike Thai people, most of Japaneses illiterate NORTH-EASTERN POTATOES, SAY, ISAN JAPAN people are fooled perfectly, 555
comment 178
wch date : 13/04/2011 time : 07.13
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[LEVELLING OF NUCLEAR REACTOR ACCIDENT]

"although we level up to LEVEL 7, it is not the same level as was in Russian Chernobil".

This is common sense of Japaneses related to the accident.

What is then, THE LEVEL?

Two accidents that people had experienced and suffered are US threemile island reactor, hydrogen explosion, and Russia's Chernobil reator meltdown and blast.
They had graded the first as Level 4 and the latter as Level 7.

In conclusion, Japan Fukuoka case is neither the degree to determine LEVEL presently because;

- Four reactors has, for last one months, unprecedented, radioactives emission (in form of steam bellowing directly from boiling reactors holed and open to freely the sky) The steam is barely measure so far in unit of TERA (Terra is million multiplied million) that both former accidents failed to achieve.

- Immense radioactive wash-down waster water has been, secretly first, now openly, dumped into open Pacific ocean and the contamination rapidly moves riding the well-known ocean currents around Jpan achipelagoes.

Consequently, the damage is not limited to Japan and its 130,000,000 population but all the neighboring countries of China,500,000,000 of eastern seaboard, both Korea 70,000,000, all the ASEAN 300,000,000 of Littoral zone. Canana west coast and US west coast, Alaska, and its many islets, and Russia are not counted.
Their healths are on the risk, not today or tomorrow but NEXT 10-30 YEARS PROBLEM. Their sea-borne life lines of seafoods and sea water industries are dead or downgraded as consumers refuse.

- All the Japan products are now subject to radiation filtering process on export import process and discourage its activity. Japanese travellers are dealt in same level.

- Air current contamination is around globe. Every governments are now preparing to avoid the influx the contaminated air currents. Some country tries to RAIN CURTAIN to prevent Japan-origin air current. The tech is now unknown though.

[THIS IS THE LEVEL, THE DEGREE OF DAMAGE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DAMAGE OF HUMAN BEING]

Japan government failed to contain the 'dubious' wash-down waster water' into a tanker ship because no ship owners were willing to sell the tanker to Japan government. A neighboring country offered their own tanker but Japan government refused (a foreign private tanker owner was believed to make the offer).

THEREFORE, new levelling system that will be adopted on coming IEAE conference must add an important SCORING factor.

THE ABILITY AND INABILITY OF A GOVERNMENT THAT MANAGE THE CRISIS.

and, Japan government level is 2 out of 10.

It was not until good 30 days until the responssible, minister, prime minister, chief of electricity agencies has shown himself in the hit zone and

"EXPRESS HIS SORRY".

This is the sheer joke !!! 555
comment 177
wch date : 12/04/2011 time : 03.07
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[updated April 11 0240]
Yesterday I wrote here, MASSIVE RADIOACTIVE EMISSION has been continously emitted into sky from the day one after the reactors were broken, good earlier that March 15.

And, now they admitted this !!!!

" We consider escalating the level to level 7, Chernobile level".

This is one of example how they are untrustful.Others countries are now encountering to possible, the worst situation as LEVEL 8 OR 9.

Only potatoes are Japanese citizens, who worry other 7 or 8 more, old reactors standing around Tokyo and some of them are now coming out in street and demand IMMEDIATE CLOSE-DOWN.

True, nuclear winter, so without electricity in Japan is not a joke but the reality comes real.

China reported all checking posts except Tibet were found the radioactives falls.

200 or some schools of Metropolitan Seoul closed a day of a rainy days be fear of contaminated rain waters and all outdoor activities were cancelled (Matichon April 10).

In fact, unseasonal, NORTHERLY WIND has blown down for last 3 months from Siberia to Indochinese peninsula and apparently the air movements carries the contaminated air over Thailand as well as other south eastern Asian countries.

THEY ARE UNABLE TO CHECK IT BECAUSE OF NON-POSSESSION OF PROPER DEVICES AND FACILITIES.

Thailand military suveillance balloon works?
comment 176
wch date : 11/04/2011 time : 07.00
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[Comprehensive mistakes and irresponsibilities have caused Fukushima Meltdown]

To answer Alien, I wrote a somewhat unrelated issue of who Japaneses are and how degree Japan achieved the democratization.

Truely this common personality of ordinary Japaneses and the fixed social thinking mechanism worked much on the disasters.

Simply speaking, the Fukushima Plant 1 is located illegally on the illegal beach land. Although the scientists and the engineers had long been awared of the future troubles implications, none of them had tried to fix them.

During the dynamic Japan era of 60s and 70s (from early 60s' Tokyo Olympic), Japan tried to fix the wrongs that were forgotten during the last 20 years reconstruction period and all the unruly devepment along Pacific-front seashore area who bamboo-shooted brisk industrial developments. During this, they enacted new construction laws relevant to seashore land development. All the permanent facilities must be built above 10 meters from the mean sea level to encounter any possible tsunami.

FS plant violated this law and still stands at the level 8 meters while its second plant stands in conformity of the laws, above 10 meters.
Consequently the plant 2 was unaffected by recent tsunami but plant 1 was devasted as all we now see.
If plant 1 had just 5 meters concrete embankment around its, 'small compound', it should certainly prevent the inundation.

* Japaneses totally do not understand the hydraulic theory of how tsunami errupts and inflict the land shore.

If 4 meters tsunami errupts at the mouth of Gulf of Thailand, the final tsunami waves reach 10 meters of height at the Siam Bay (small bay between Pattaya and Hua Hin).

Japan built expensive, many waterbreaks and unfailingly Fukushima plant one has its own tsunami preventing waterbreak. Inside it (the break embankment of 5 meter height from mean water level, and the plant peer) is about 100 meters wide and 300meters long ship bething, stable zone like pond. Small opening offers boat traffic into and from the pond. This waterbreak and pond were the main reason that the tsunami tide rose up to the destructive 15 meters tide that engulfed totally the reactor towers, the highest ones than other supplementary building.

All the emergency aids must have been built above the top of reactor towers and can be independantly operative by remote control or even by assistance of aerial aid like helicopter or long-extending arms of firefighting boats or mobile firefighting truck.

** We didnt know whether hydrogen can fill the space between reactor vessel and inner steel-concrete barrier***

This is very primary mistake as engineers (of GE or of any Japanese partner contractors).
Technical assumption of design must be always the case of 'when reactor vessel is broken and leaks its chemical element'. That is why they build the strong inner barrier, again 200 meters thick outer concrete barrier and further working personnel is covered inside another heavily-built service building.
Hydrogen leaked and exploded, then the explosion power broke the thick steel reactor vessels and,

MISERABLY NO METHOD now certain to seal off the vicious emmission of uranium buring.

So they dumped IRRESPONSIVELY all the toxicated RADIOACTIVE STEAM into the sky,as well as the wash-down waters into ocean.

How they can harness the per-hour hundreds tons of steam leak by such 'plastic fabric textile'???

Also the wash-down waster water must be contained into a tank ship as its amount is merely 20,000 ton. 30,000 dwt oil tanker ship can hold enough such waste water and can be treated by evaboration or by confection chemical.

However they irresponsively dumped the waste water into Pacific Ocean and other countries are now demanding,

JAPAN MUST GIVE US THE TECHNICAL DATA HOW EXTENT THE WASTE WATER IS CONTAMINATED.

The soon-coming IEAE conference will certainly be the arena to bash Japan.

Now many suspect the dumped water is not LIGHTLY-CONTAMINATED WASH-DOWN WATER but HEAVILY-contaminated water that has long been stuck in the basement of engine room and spent fuel rod cooling room.

One of them is USA, who demand strongly for the technical data and Japan can not avoid it.

Now Japan turns simply a LIER who cheated the world!

This is miserable! and Japan is unable to punish the responsible people of the elctricty agency, like Thai people.

I am not exaggerated at my word "Japan is merely in the third world like Thailand.555
comment 175
wch date : 10/04/2011 time : 04.08
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so, conclusion is, the sence of democracy of Jpanese is, "When all group members accord, it is the principle of democracy" but most of westerner are "taking liberty to own suggestion and debate on it with others is the true democracy".

This common personalities of two different culture people can not be explained in the rules of the individualism or the collectivism that both are conflicting.

Probably christianity and confucianism may explain better.555
comment 174
wch date : 10/04/2011 time : 04.03
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Alien, very good question.
Truely speaking, there was no one who died or was killed for the sake of importing so called, democracy in Japan's past or today.

This is not the joke.

Therefore, most of Japaneses have the knowledge of what the democracy principles are but their real life goes along what their culture taught them.

Japanese children, once they start walking, are rampantly tamed how to obey the adults or the senior people and they behave the same through their life.

Many people outside Japan try to interprete Japanese behavior at the crises of quake and tsunami, as the highly-educated, virtuous citizenship in a democratic society. This is totally wrong. Japaneses are rampantly taught in both childhood and adulthood about what the rules must be used when they are "IN GROUP".

That GROUP BEHAVIOR is seen in extreme contract when they - collective refuge centers of the hit areas- roll back the noodle bowls to the last person at the last quo and the first one standing at the canteen oven takes the last bowl of the noodle.
So in this scene, there is no meaning of such western rule -' first come first served'.
Early bird must be rewarded and lazy one must pay back but in Japan society, such common morality does not work.

The founder of wikipedia wrote about same behavior of Jpanese (his wife is a Jpanese woman too). "Jpaneses write an entry of wikipedia but they do it always in a group of 4-5 persons, and when one does not consent, they dont upload the entry".

"However, the western society like US or UK, one person upload an rough entry, then one by one show up and tries to disprove it. They mixed and fight without end". 555.

Japanese group behavior was long nultured through its 1500 years military goverments (so called, shokunate and master shokun - or junta chiefs). The nobilities and commoners are clearly distinguished in social strata, now and then.

And, most of politicians of today are the descendants of the old nobilities, and no commoners try to destroy such hard social class system. The ruling class had taught commoners to behave how to sacrifice ownself for the group benefit. This set firmly the morality of totalitarianism in Japan society. This shows certain degree of effectiveness or productivities in private business organization but naturally rigid bureaucratism set through all walks of society.

This is the extreme example.

"When they design the emergency moter and pump in the nuclear reactors, they failed to set the basic parameters about what the emergent situations are.
They said, "We only put the emergent factor of earth quake but did not consider Tsunami factor".

Japan had many hardships of tsunamis through its history but even when they built dangerous facilities at beach side, THEY FORGOT TSUNAMI.

In fact, the real reason was, to reduce construction cost, they intentionally took off the tsunami factor as one of critical design criteria.

(talking about Japan and Japaneses should be via another independent entry but Alien asked and I showed some examples)
comment 173
Alien date : 09/04/2011 time : 12.09
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WCH - I just read your comments. Hopefully it is not as bad as you relate. Time will tell. Also, IS Japan a true democracy or does it just have the outside appearances of one and is really run by the large corporations?
comment 172
wch date : 09/04/2011 time : 05.35
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" We can learm more news from the outside than local news and our government" - by a Japan city mayor.

Today's Japan is good example to show the world how a modern, seemingly-democratised country is run by 'total failures and comprehensive inabilities, so called of democratically-elected politicians and locally-highly respected state officials and professionals.

So-called, highly-paid, nuclear expertisecs of the renoun universities, engineers and the operators of nuclear facilities,

DO NOT HAVE EVEN BASIC UNDERSTANDINGS ON FISSION REACTION AND ITS RAYS, PARTICLES BEHAVIOR.

THEY EVEN DO NOT KNOW ANY INTERNATIONAL LAWS about the leakages of nuclear radiations into air and ocean.

EVEN the totally-illiterate, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIR publicly ANNOUNCED "

[There is no an international laws that prohibits the release of radioactives contaminated waster water into own territory or international seas.

GO BACK AND READ

all the treatis in INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION OF UNITED NATION's that JAPAN SIGNED 60 YEARS AGO.

AS WELL AS, ALL THE INTER-STATE TREATY ABOUT INTER-STATE COMMON SEA CONTROL AND MUTUAL TREATIES very now in effect. JAPAN entered into all treaties with neighboring countries and it was JAPAN who intervened MORE the neighboring countries by excuses of such inter-state treaties.

NOW they are their turns that intervene JAPAN and JAPAN will fall into same, THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES like Thailand or any other African, Latin American states.

[THERE IS NO CONCRETE PLAN TO SEAL OFF THE MELTING REACTORS]

then, must follow international advices, even make request to them to deal on behalf of such the bunches of incompetent professionals.

This is almost a month since 11-3-11 disaster and if the situation goes another one month, Japan's economy, industry, society will go along, total degradation that can hardly recover back.

REPLACEMENT OF JAPAN THAT JAPAN SHARED SO FAR IN UNDUSTRY AND ECONOMY is silent MOVEMENT Around the world. They will no longer use Japan products but they own products.

Japaneses must remember, THEY HAVE TECHNOLOGY TO PRODUCE ANY PARTS BUT THEY HAVE SO FAR ORDERED TO JAPAN SME small small companies because MUCH CHEAPER.

THEY WILL STOP THIS TRADE PRACTISES.

THIS IS REALITY THAT JAPAN MUST BEAR IN MIND.
comment 171
wch date : 08/04/2011 time : 06.45
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[Another quake highlights, Japan's nuke weapon capability - spent fuel rod to be refined to produce PLUTONIUM]

A news reported "northern-most of main island, Aomori fuel rod retreatment plant experienced in electricity black-out due to the new quake last night".

The report added, "The factory can produce, 4,500 kgs of plutonium from spent fuel rods. The plutonium is reused to nuclear reactors as fuel, as well as nuclear bomb"

comments : North Korea was earlier reported they possess of 50kg plutonium and can produce 4-5 nuclear warhead. This means a bomb needs 10kg plutonium.
So Japan can produce nuclear bomb with abundant plutonium.

and, the Japan plant is located in nearby ocean where Russian military and US military bases are facing up, as well as the important international commercial marine ways passing so called, troubled 4 islets that Russia occupied since World War II.
comment 170
wch date : 07/04/2011 time : 05.16
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[COVER-UP 8 April 0500: Suspicion continues]
Japan allowed only US nuclear experts and military of 20 to co-work own 30 members to deal the 'the end-unseen problem in Fukushima crisis.

We can hear from the US member about what is happening in the meltdown reactors/ "The reactors can be exploded by oxigen and hydrogen by wrong cooling methods - shooting sea water into the CHAMBER of the inner-most concrete barrier and the reactor body and over-weighted reactors by extra cooling water can crack the reactor vessel as (they are too old steel body and certainly FATIGUE of steel materials are anticipated technically).

US team make new suggestion to stop and kill silent all the reactor that is, POURING BORIUM into the reactors. Borium powder is believed to absorb the neutron to stop reaction activity of fuel rod.

Earlier Korean nuclear experts made the same suggestion and they were ready to fly with 150 tons of own reserved borium to deal the fukushima problem.

JAPAN REJECTED.

COMMENTS:
This all reports are from local news of Japan which media are so far COOPERATIVE to Japan government, NOT to provoke Japan citizens. Japan government is worried about possible riots as Japan citizens now run out their patiences. Virtually Jpan's food industries are dead tightly and farmers and fishermen are now organizing themselves to seek for future living methods. THEY ARE ON VERGE OF new, NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS.

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comment 169
wch date : 05/04/2011 time : 08.20
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[COVER-UP 3]
FS plant 1, reactor 1,2,3,4 are TOO OLD and its technological was issued in October 2010, last year but JAPAN GOVERNMENT thoroughly ignored.

Any steels materials can not be used longer than 20 years in such nuclear reaction, harsh heat condition as if old pickup is. But this old steel reactors were used for the last 35 years and must have been stopped far earlier.

JPAN GOVNT thoroughly ignored this TECHINICAL WARNING based on simple, basic laws of natural steel materials.

IEAE has no teeth to control the world nuclear industry and UN MUST RENEW NEW ORGANIZATION by this Fukushima accident, level 9.

[COVER-UP 4]

Nearby plant 1 of same Fukushima nuclear power complex is PLANT 2 and earlier reported was that its reactor 1,2, and 4 was no outer power supply and reactors were in initial meltdown.

THIS HAS BEEN TOTALLY KEPT SECRET AND NO ONE KNOWS WHAT HAPPENING IN THE SEASHORE NUCLEAR CENTER.

[COVER-UP 5]

Iwate prefecture is just north neighbor from Fukishima pref. and Miyaki pref and of course it is Pacific rim side.
Iwate nuclear plower plant has 4 reactors and earlier found reactor 1 and 2 was hit by quake and tsuname and massive redioactive leak was checked by meter.

This situation was totally kept in SECRET.

[COVER-UP 6]
There are 20 more, old fashioned GE design reactors in Japan and most of them are located at Pacific ocean rim where quake and tsunami are prone.

NO REPORTS OF THEM ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
comment 168
wch date : 05/04/2011 time : 07.26
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[COVER-UP 2, updated April 5 0730]

Now all are angry at Japan's piracy YAKUZA action - dumping 1400 ton, heavily contaminated waste water into Pacific ocean.
China, Korea north and south, Taiwan, Philippines are this morning furious at this totally insane action of JAPAN GOVERNMENT.
More getting them angered is even though Japan can take the waste water into US military water supply tanker ship, JAPAN ignored US warning but just dumped the homicidal toxins.

China considers, certainly ACTION and North Korea will follow suit. All Pacific West Rim countries are now rising up.

The GULF of Thailand will see the ocean current within April 13.!
comment 167
wch date : 04/04/2011 time : 17.32
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[THEY ARE REALLY SON OF BITCHES]

So called, TEPCO, Japan's EGAT people announced:

"We will dump 14000 ton radioactive contaminated waster waters of our nuclear broken reactors, into the sea but please you can eat all the shells, seaweed and fishes".

I think their calculation is,
All the pacific ocean water is, 1,0000000000000000000000000000000000 ton and 14000 ton is in percent, 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000%.


THEY ARE REALLY THE BUNCH OF GOONS AND THUGS,

WITHOUT KNOWING, WHOLE jAPAN FOODS AND TIGHTLY DEAD AND EVEN,

iN SWISS AIRPORT, ALL JAPANESES ARRIVALS MUST PASS THE RADIOACTIVE DETECTOR MACHINE,

tHIS STUPID PEOPLE DOESNT EVEN KNOW THE SHAME, !!!
comment 166
wch date : 04/04/2011 time : 06.31
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[A Scientific Question to the World]

My question of this will leave to THE WORLD because my blog of this are often hit by GOOGLE now.

Question is, 'Any polymerized Hidrogen-Carbon from crude oil (simply say, plastics) can stop Gamma rays from fission reaction?", as now Japaneses say, will try to cover such MAGICAL PLASTIC TEXTILE over all the 4-5 reactors, IN ORDER TO PREVENT LEAKAGE OF SMOKES or SMOGS or even FART!.

(FART is Fukushima Association of Radiological Technicians and whoever tries to find Fukushima radioactive situation, this site, www.FART.or.jp quickly sneaks in, 555 and they want new people to come work together, why not thais???? pay huge, certainly!)
comment 165
wch date : 04/04/2011 time : 06.15
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[updated, April 4 Mon]

COVER-UP 1.

From the first day of radioactive leak of March 13 and town fire engines' water cannon over the overheated reactors, the immese, radioactive contaminated waste water had flown down into the sea. A part of the waste water was arrested in ditches inside the outer concrete barrier and the 4 workers entered into the ditches area. 2 was missing and 2 was come out but had their legs wetted in the ditches and immediately sent to hospital. As of today, the two injured ones are not known alive or dead.
However, the missed 2 were found dead inside the ditches running hole.

US forces stationing in Japan earlier sent 1,100ton fresh water tank to assist cooling the reactors. Japan so far didnt take the water.

The frustration from US side is spelt "They are indeed stupid people. We don't knwo what they are doing".

At the very beginning, I remember I had written:

Sea water can be pumped up by fire-fighter boats (that has powerful pumps that can pump up sea water through sea-water outlet pipe lines).

All the wash-down, waste water must be received into a large tanker ship (that is later treated in other way). If the radioactive contaminated water flows down into sea, all the Jpan seafood industry will die. Now the reality comes true. All imports of Japan foolds were banned. Even Japaneses avoid them. Virtually no foods are trusted as the land is contaminated and city tap water is also contaminated (Tokyo, earlier the warn was issued that all the infants must not be bathed in the city tap water)

[no hope to stop the reactor's heat]

Now Japan 'consider' to make whole cover of plastic over the reactors and pump out the ditches water into a barge ship, instead of pouring cement mortar (Russian method), or pouring light metals to seal off the reactor core (Korean method), or pouring reaction stopping chemical (borium?) into reactor core and offered their own stocks of 150tons stand-by to airlift. Japan didnt take neither of the international proposal. Also Japan is not ready to perform all the alternatives. No firefighting boats, no pipeline between sea and plant, no pump extra (because Japan main island, the Tokyo and the east, the north use 50hertz cycle electricity current and 60hz machinery such as US supply power generators or pumps CAN NOT be used. Korea also offered mobile power generators for tsunami beaten area refugees but their 60hz power can be used only partly).

US offered their own ROBOTS that can work inside heavily contaminated reactors domes. I wonder the American standard robots can work or not.555

So far, they just fuck up on papers. Nothing is done to stop the ceaseless DEAD SMOKE!.

China now came out "All our skies except Tibet is contaminated by radioactive particles".

China may send military to occupy the whole Fukushima prefacture and keep the things UNDER CONTROL.

THIS IS NOT A JOKE !.
comment 164
wch date : 01/04/2011 time : 18.05
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[updated]
" They are so silly !"
Of course, 'they' are the Japan PM Kan and his companies and this remark is just told by an American diplomat who has been tracing, Fukushima Nuclear furnaces Explosions.

Fukushima Nuclear Accidents is the level 8. Chernobil is level 7. Cherno reactor was blasted in only one reactor but Fukushima are 4 reactors.
Cherno's evacuation area is the radius 30km from the point of reactor. Fukushima is 80km in American standard, 20km in Japan standard.

Fukushima radioactive particles has massively riden up the westerly global wind currents and as of now, the currents fully encicled around and hit countries are Canada, USA, All Europes, Russia, China and Korean peninsula.

Clumsy sea water cooling efforst now massively polluted Pacific West currents and flow down to South East Asian waters.

This is the reason why Fukushima Nuclear accident must be level 8.

[How to put down the flame?].

No answer!. Now no 'modern samurai' applied to the 'water works' at perdiem 5000 dollars. Now announced 1 hour 5000 dollars. No one!. This is bullshit.
Initial Samurai 150 are now dying and their families are shouting in hospital,

YOU ARE SO STUPID. WHY DIE?, FOR WHOM? FOR KAN? THAT POTATO MILITARY DESCENDANTS?

CONTINUED
comment 163
Hs date : 01/04/2011 time : 15.55
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wch , I do not know why Thais really love Japanese. Are they the same racial or ancestors?
Hasan,Yala
(Ed.)
comment 162
happyjack date : 17/03/2011 time : 20.30

Pluz a phd in spellinz, so there.
comment 161
happyjack date : 17/03/2011 time : 20.28

Lost me somewhere, i a Scientist has a specific field.Mine is Big Hammers and Things Mechanical.Hence i never say anything.I have a vast knowledge if boreing things.
comment 160
Ian date : 17/03/2011 time : 07.15
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Earthquakes and tsunamis, floods and tornadoes are all natural events, they become disasters only if we are unprepared.
comment 159
Hs date : 16/03/2011 time : 19.21
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wch, Japan earthquake is from nature , not from human . However , a disaster can be caused by human by means of leaving garbages to water or by a global warming.
Hasan , Yala
comment 158
wch date : 16/03/2011 time : 11.58
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ian, you are not wrong because you didnt write any significance besides some links, I debate the link not you, 555 Where is NN?, 555
comment 157
Ian date : 16/03/2011 time : 11.01
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wch, I feel sorry for you, but even sorrier for anyone who takes you seriously.
You have as much credibility as a snake oil seller at a village fair.
If you were a scientist Japan would still be in the Dark Ages.
comment 156
wch date : 16/03/2011 time : 01.21
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555, ian, you again cover up your,,,illiteracy. Others may be misguided by your remark, especially Hj. How can you worry about me without understanding me?

Worrysome is caused when other look into own underwear, 555
comment 155
Ian date : 15/03/2011 time : 20.10
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Hj 62. Noonin does not irritate me, he is not a scientist but at least can understand written English. Our Jap friend is a different story, if his English reading skills are on a par with his writing skills, then I can understand why his knowledge is so garbled.
Incidentally, wch also does not irritate me, he worries me, particularly in the human biology area, someone might believe him and do themselves a mischief.
comment 154
happyjack date : 15/03/2011 time : 19.51

C38.Ian It doesnt react.
comment 153
happyjack date : 15/03/2011 time : 19.47

Noonin,light for example, it passes through a Vacuum dam quick,perhaps that's why your brain missed it,but you're irritation to Ian amuses all but him.
comment 152
wch date : 15/03/2011 time : 09.22
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Yes, modern Jp engineers discarded the old-fashioned GE design,
http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/location.html#

and now GE stock price goes underwater. Check it out in Germany, France and Britain.
comment 151
Ian date : 14/03/2011 time : 16.12
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Noonin. The speed of light varies according to the medium it is travelling through.
As light travels through different materials, it scatters off of the molecules in the material and is slowed down (this is a simplified explanation). For some materials such as water, light will slow down more than electrons will. Thus an electron in water can travel faster than light in water. But nothing ever travels faster than c. The amount by which light slows in a given material is described by the index of refraction, n. The index of refraction of a material is defined by the speed of light in vacuum c divided by the speed of light through the material v:

n = c/v
comment 150
noonin date : 14/03/2011 time : 14.45
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Comment 53
Quote "moving faster than the speed of light. "
How is this possible?
comment 149
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 14.12
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[update, for record]
FS reactor 3, outer concrete barrier was demolished. 11 workers affected.
FS reactor 2, cooling system stopped.
comment 148
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 13.24
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c55, yeah, Thank you. I thank you for the BBC report which is sober and objective, too. But I'm worring that there are no follow up news about the resumption cooling down operation unitl now. TEPCO seems to be in disarray.
comment 147
Ian date : 14/03/2011 time : 13.13
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Plaadip, to further allay your fears, the Chernobyl event was made worst by the fact that graphite was used as the moderator. This naturally burnt and released a large cloud of radioactive carbon.
This is not the case with the Japanese reactors.
comment 146
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 11.21
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c53, thank you, you somehow allay my fear, even though I don't understand what you wrote perfectly.
comment 145
Ian date : 14/03/2011 time : 11.13
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Many years ago I stood on top of an active nuclear core, in the North of Scotland. It was an interesting experience to see the Cerenkov radiation in the surrounding water and know this was caused by decay particles moving faster than the speed of light. But reassuring, it needs slow particles to create a chain reaction
In Japan the boron in the injected boric acid solution will be absorbing these slow neutrons slowing down the chain reaction. There may be enough residual heat and ongoing heat production to drive the core to meltdown but a nuclear explosion is impossible. Any explosion will be mechanical, the same as at Chernobyl, if this happens the risks will be the same a fallout cloud of radioactive dust.
In the case of Chernobyl the cloud travelled as far as the North of Scotland and resulted in a large scale cull of sheep in the affected areas. in fact increased radiation levels were experienced over the entire northern hemisphere. http://users.owt.com/smsrpm/Chernobyl/glbrad.html
Thus ongoing events in Japan are equally important and relevant to us residents in the Pacific region.
comment 144
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.52
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Thank gods. The 7 missing were accounted for. 6 are injured.
comment 143
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.50
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c50, I meant off limit even for the Tokyo Denryoku's employees. I hope this is the usual precautional measure of Japanese.
comment 142
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.43
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yeah, the humand damage may have the negative impact on the cooling work, the 5 km radious south of the 3rd reactor is off limit now.
comment 141
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.35
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Melt-down is two stages.

Primary state is, the fuel rod bundles of thousands inside reactor vessel lose cooling water (in BWR type, process water to steam) and generally the top parts of rods where no water cools start melt-down, called core meltdown).

State 2 is when the reactor vessel is lost all of cooling water that causes the vessel steel is brazen up quickly, the explosion occur. It does not stop at that point. Active fuel rods goes free reaction and produce immense heat and melt anything around, plant steel, concretes. This is full-blown melt-down (Chernobyle case). No way to harness but everyone runs to life.

US 3 miles case was just the explosion of hydrogen as same as Fukushima plant 1, reator 1.

FS case is now between two accidents and no one can now exclude its possibility including PM Kan.
comment 140
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.23
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No neutron detected.
comment 139
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.19
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7 missing after the explosion.........gods help them.
comment 138
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.18
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arraya, I meant "little" not "a little"
comment 137
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.17
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The monitering of the redioactivity around the reactor shows that it's 20 mcv/h. I think the vessel is not damaged. It's also luchky that it is almost windless there, though this level of radiation would cause a little health risk, anyway.
comment 136
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 09.54
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The cabine secratary said that the reactor vessel is intact, and the water is being injected to cool it down. I hope this is actualy the case.
comment 135
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 09.37
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Thanks gods, the tsunami alarm was a false. The MA denied it shortly after the rumor spreaded.
comment 134
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 09.31
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Fukushima 1's third reactor cause another hydrogen explosion and three meter high tsunami is coming to the shore of Fukushima pre. What a timing!
comment 133
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 04.51
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They say, " the tube of fuel rod made by zirconium , when molten, reacts water and produce hydrogen". This means the fuel rod, exposed top part is melting. Therefore hydrogen relieving from the reactor means actual melt-down is going on. Nr 3 reactor is now venting hydrogen into the space between core concrete barrier of reactor and outer concrete barrier. Another blast is still potential followed by reactor nr. 1.
comment 132
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 00.43
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[Tokai 1100MW BWR, 1978]
Cooling water pump system stopped.
120km north Tokyo.
[Onagawa 3 reactors 525, 825, 825MW BWR]
abnormal radioactive emission

locations (all Pacific side)
http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/locationPop.html#
comment 131
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 21.02
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c38, yeah, BBC reported it about the danger. We call it pluthermal in Japanglish.

What I am warring most is another Tsunami attack the nuke plants, Japanese Meteorological Agency prediceted that magnitude 7 plus earthquake would take place with the probablitiy of 70 percent in next three days.
comment 130
Ian date : 13/03/2011 time : 20.55
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I am rather puzzled how Zirconium can react with water and produce hydrogen, it is about as reactive as platinum, in other words pretty non reactive. However it will react with Chlorine so I must assume some hydrolysis of sea water is taking place.
What has not been mentioned is that reactor 3 is not a uranium reactor but a mixed uranium plutonium reactor, and plutonium happens to be one of the most poisonous substances known, a few milligrams of plutonium per kilogram of tissue is a lethal dose.
comment 129
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 20.33
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c36, the same situation as the reactor 1.
comment 128
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 20.25
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[updated]
Fukushima nr. 3 reactor is now filled fully with hydrogen (being generated by contact of fuel rod coating, zirucon and water) and it must be relieved. Only two options are, one is to arrest it into outer concrete barrier or relieve into air. Either can not prevent the radioactive particles.
comment 127
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 19.54
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It is being reported that the water lever is not enough both for reactor 1 and 3....What's happening?
comment 126
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 19.09
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ian 28.
you are right. naval ship use the expensive pressured water reactor that process steam generation and cooling water is independant.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pressurized_water_reactor

The problematic Fukushima reactors all use BWR or boiling water reactors that process steam and cooling water is same.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boiling_water_reactor

as you can see, in http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/location.html#

they are all out fashioned and too old.
The hydrogen can not be blasted between the outer concrete barrier and core reactor concrete barrier.
comment 125
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 17.17
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[radioactive fallouts, the map]
is not available yet. State formal news briefings is planned at 2000 hours (BKK 6 pm).

100km northwest from Fukushima plants, Onagawa nuclear power station measured radioactive falls 4 times higher than the normal level.

In the morning, northerly wind was reported, that might carry more radioactive particles to open Pacific ocean.

Japan nuclear power stations can be viewed in this map link.

http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/locationPop.html#

capacity of each plants,
http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/location.html#
comment 124
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 16.33
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By the way, Thanong seems to be getting carried away in twitter, being called as a loon by other twitterers.
comment 123
HA_HA date : 13/03/2011 time : 15.23

i feel very sorry for japanese people. i believe in their spirit. wishing them the best. let's hope this incident will bring some untity to the world to fight adversity, bring us safer nuclear plants or a new invention.
comment 122
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 15.21
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c29,...uummm, I meant they will rather decrease the new approvals of ODA projects in coming years.
comment 121
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 15.16
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c28, About the electriciy supply, the Fukhushima nulcear stations (N01 and 2) provided the 20 percent of the demand in Kanto region. Now we have 2 scrapped and 4 problematic reactors out of 10 there. It will take time to restore the reactors, probably it takes one year or so, so we would have around 10 percent less supply of the electricity for one year.

About the ODA, I don't think the Japaense government will stop to finance on-going projects. They will rather decrease the budhet of ODAs in the coming year.
comment 120
Ian date : 13/03/2011 time : 14.35
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plaadip, yes last week the purple line was progressing well, but it is financed with Japanese money, so will it continue?
Many years ago I worked on nuclear power plants for submarines, these use sea water cooling. All the plumbing was stainless steel and any seals and grommets were neoprene in order to resist corrosion.
It seems that the Japs coped with the earhquake it was the tsunami they had not allowed for. The back up diesel generators worked fine until the waters reached them.
comment 119
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 13.11
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they started pumping the sea water into the third reactor of no 1 fukushima genpatsu. the second reactor scrapped.
comment 118
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 12.42
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c24, they started to pump in the water with some boric acid and the water level is 1.5 meter above the top of the fuel rods. (reactor 3, the no 1 fukushima nuke power plant)

I misunderstood the Purple line. It is the extension from Bang Su to the other side of the river, yeah, the project is going on, sorry.
comment 117
happyjack date : 13/03/2011 time : 12.12

Hmmmmm. On reflection, my remarks are out of order.
comment 116
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 12.00
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[agony continue]
Fukushima Nr. One plant,
reactor, 1, on melt-down.Question is how long the sea water cooling can sustain,,,,
2, process steam-cooling water system and stop successfully.
3, that now turns, 'very circumstantial' to an initial melt-down, 4 meter of fuel rod is exposed above water level out of 6 meters length (yet report is confusing the standard length of rod between 4 meter and 6 meters. International standard is 6 meter)

Fukushima Nr. Two plant,
reactor, 1,
2,
4,
(no report is available).

Problem is no reporters are working at the power plants. Only communication is possible between plant workers and politicians. American intelligence is criticising the information empasse.

For last 24 hours, about 300,000 were evacuated from plant site.

The area suffers also from the cold spell, minus 3 degree celcius, that reduces the hope of the
survived under quake rubbles.

Japan needs any possible search dogs immediately to find the survivals.
comment 115
happyjack date : 13/03/2011 time : 11.29

Sorry about the fact that some have memories about Old Japanese War Treatment.At least the New Gen are humane.Remember the Thai Civillians marched into Ubon Football Stadium and were Machine Gunned to Death. My Father in Law did,he crawled out.
comment 114
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 09.05
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c21 Is the purble line project still alive?

I think that the negatives impact on the future projects to expand the electric generation by nuclear plants will be more serious.
comment 113
Ian date : 13/03/2011 time : 08.58
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Japan is a highly industrialised nation, it needs energy, it now has one reactor written off, possibly two. I think this is a sixth of the total capacity, how is Japan going to adjust to this?

At the local level is the new Bangkok Purple line now dead? I understand it was being financed by Japan.

No one yet has really started to evaluate the knock on effects of this.
comment 112
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 06.49
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[update]
it is too early to comprehend the whole problems of many reactors as of now.
In this, early dawn, no. 2 reactor cooling system lost the funtion (*cooling system is the process steam generation that is produced by heat of fuel rod reaction in the reactor vessel, then is sent to turbine-generator (one shaft body).

problem
Fukushima Nr. One plant,
reactor, 1, on melt-down
2, process steam-cooling water system
3, stopped

Fukushima Nr. Two plant,
reactor, 1,
2,
4,
comment 111
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 00.53
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c17, wch, too early, indeed.
comment 110
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 00.49
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c11, yes, and it means the complete death of the reactor after contains the reaction.

.... the work has been suspended because of an aftershock.
comment 109
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 00.44
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too early to say though, the disaster might bring back the old dynamic society of Japan.
Reconstruction may cost more than 100 billion dollars. The hit area is so backlagged, that needs full style of remodelling whole infrastructure.
In other hand, Japan may practise more open-door policy for foreign investment.
comment 108
Alien date : 12/03/2011 time : 23.39
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I wonder if the Haitians and the citizens of New Orleans will watch the upcoming Japanese rebuilding and wonder what the Japanese have that they don't. Nah, never mind, pretend I didn't say that!
comment 107
Alien date : 12/03/2011 time : 23.38
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Ian, on TV this morning they are saying that the U. S. may very well NOT be a beneficiary of this since the Japanese are the second highest holder of our debt and they will more than likely use their money to rebuild rather than buy Obama and Bernake's slowly devaluating paper.

The good news is that this morning they also interviewed a Japanese government official who said that they are getting the reactors under control and that it will not reach the level of calamity that Chernobyl did.
comment 106
lonewolf date : 12/03/2011 time : 23.00

One thing that this monstrous quake has taught those nations that are in earthquake zones such as the ring of fire, is that governmental building regulations save lives. If this quake had occurred in a country which believes in the benevolence of commercial builders to self-regulate their building codes, the loss of life would be much greater. Much credit must go to the Japanese governments who had the long-range vision to demand more from their building industry. Even though the nuclear plants safety is still tenuous, I would have to believe that based upon the exacting safety considerations in the construction of Japanese nuclear power plants---if they arent safe there where can they be safe? After every major disaster there is much to learn...in the months and years ahead what has happened and what will happen in Japan will provide many teaching moments to the rest of us.
comment 105
iceberg date : 12/03/2011 time : 22.11
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Whatever it is, my condolences to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami.
comment 104
wch date : 12/03/2011 time : 21.11
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there is no report about the state of cooling tower (evaporated steam from reactor must be cooled to water back). If the funtion is dead, they may have to release heated sea water back to sea. the polluted water must be contained into large tanker ships.

So far, uncertain is how the outer concrete barrier was exploded or demolished. When it was gone, large explosion was heard.
If earth quake demolished, it is serious question about Japan engineering. So far all trusted the concrete wall will never break by quake. If it is caused by unprecedented shock, question remains, 'is the core barrier safe?'.
comment 103
Ian date : 12/03/2011 time : 21.05
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They are using boric acid as well as sea water, this means they suspect the pile is still reacting.

"Who cares, i dont.".....speaks volumes about the writer
comment 102
wch date : 12/03/2011 time : 20.51
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At the point of melt-down situation, fire engine water feeds can not cool the generated heat. Firefighting boat can do it if pipeline is available (in fact, it is standard design.) and the sea water after cooling process must be treated safely as it is polluted by radioactive materials.
In fact sea water started supplying now.

Outer concrete barrier was exploded (or collapsed by quake shock, hopefully) and now inner concrete barrier is in tact, hopefully, that contains the reactor. If this fail, it will be devastating, equivalent to Chernovil.
comment 101
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.41
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c8, I know you don't care anything other than your cars or elephats.
comment 100
happyjack date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.38

Who cares, i dont.The Murdered Burma Railway Soldiers gets its Dividend at last, less 75 %. Lest we foreget.WCH you understand,every nation had arseholes.We had Toney Blair.
comment 99
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.14
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They decided to make the reactor immersed with sea water. Right decision, pray it will still work.
comment 98
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.03
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Gods, (plural), it's not the explosion of the reactor itself. I do hope the experts there will make a rifht decision.
comment 97
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 18.56
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c3, sorry, I meant 'nonsense"
comment 96
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 18.56
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they were using fire engines to cool it down.

Now they are considering to use the sea water to cool it down, though the reactor will become a scrap. let's wait and see with finger crossed. What kind of nonse are you talking about, stupidly believing that you are smarter than them.
comment 95
Ian date : 12/03/2011 time : 18.37
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Wch, actually I though of using fire engine pumps, they have the capacity. Then I realised the roads would be impassable. However, a helicopter could have lifted one in.
comment 94
wch date : 12/03/2011 time : 16.51
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They called 'town fire engines', Ian, this is totally the nonsense.
comment 93
Ian date : 12/03/2011 time : 16.36
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Actually a partial meltdown, which is what seems to be happening, is more dangerous than a total meltdown. In a total melt down the reactor rods all safely flow into the containment chamber.
I am surprised they only had one backup set of generators or could not rapidly get mobile ones on site.
If the ultimate radiation leakage is severe, the power station will be scrap. I foresee Japan having a fuel crisis which will affect heavy industry, manufacturing and exports.
Expect some global economic rebalancing to occur. Main beneficiaries will be China and USA.
It is anticipated that Japan will claw back much of its overseas investments to finance rebuilding. This should undoubtedly affect Thailand and the Baht.
comment 92
admin date : 27/05/2011 time : 15.59
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comment 91
Hs date : 26/04/2011 time : 16.01
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wch , I hope that Thailand will not be affected by nuclear or 'H Bomb'.

Hasan, Yala
(Ed.)
comment 90
wch date : 17/04/2011 time : 05.37
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[Dump the contaminated effluent into SEA to prevent pollution of Pacific Ocean]

updated April 17, 0500

Some people may be confused between the SEA and the OCEAN.

The sea is in fact, BERTHING PLACE being sucured by surrounding 6 meters waterbreak (embankment in front of the plant complex pier). It has a entrance for small ships to enter into berthing or porting to the pier. The tide-preventive small pond is used for servicing the transportation of heavy machinery or service liquids to the plant.

This is called by Japanese as SEA and quoted by reporters as is SEA. The plant operator, TEPCO people seem to try closure of the pond, pump out the inner water in order to contain the plant effluents- liquid form waters of wash-down waters,oil-water mixtures and more badly heavily contaminated, stagnant liquids long preserved inside the plant bottom chambers, channels and more SUSPICIOUSLY the ones from spent fuel rods cooling chamber.

THEY MUST DUMP all the wastes into petroleum cargo tanker ships instead of the SEA. If they dump into the pond, the problem remains rather permanently. the radiations fallouts (lets say simpler words instead of the long radioactive-contaminated substances of water and air and dust)will sip into underground water table and infiltrated the shore-along farms and houses.

--- and more seriously, if future quake and tsunami strike the pond, it is another disaster.

Petroleum tanker's liquid cargo holds (cargo well) are controlled in remote from the bridge (piloting and all ship control room where captain and crew work and living). It has powerful on-board pumps and even gantry crane that deals the dangerous wastes.

Japan long suffered in the aftermath of nuke attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and seemingly acquired general understanding about the atomic disasters over broad range of general public,

HOWEVER what they do now is sheerly ILLITERATE with no stain of true professionalism.

Why dont they continue covering the plactic bag over the reactors to seal off the radioactive flue gas that now massively contaminate the northern hemisphere???
Then, why not, BAG filter, THAT filter and bag the contaminated particles and reuse it to make, auto tyres or nuclear bomb??? 555

They are really incompetent people.
comment 89
wch date : 14/04/2011 time : 12.09
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Alien, the best point, how to stop the burning, say, nuclear fuel rod reaction. In fact, around the globe including US's or France's is no idea how to do it.

Only one option, but offered 'UNFORTUNATELY' by Koreans who take this Japan accident so serious to them and who run same, many reactors, is seriously considered by Japan counter parts and one responsible minister, of interior is now in Seoul and is on table of discussion.

Korean method is, first pouring a chemical, boric acid (or metallic borium) into furnace to make up the dead function of control rods, second at same time, pouring montel light metals such as lead, zinc and so one, to seal up the reactor dead, then pouring concrete into the reactor space, and further more cement into the space between core barrier and outer barrier.

After that the plant site is sealed off for next 30 years until all the fuel rods are perfectly dead.

This all processes are costly of course. Japaneses so far tried to rescue the olden reactors as if build newly, it needs billion dollars. Say, they called sharmans to revive dead son for last one month.

Koreans are brave people and they want to train their people in advance because they believe they face same disasters. However so far, Japaneses took such Korean attitude as psychological defeat. This is totally wrong.

I wish the Korean methods will work.
comment 88
Alien date : 14/04/2011 time : 09.12
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The problem as described on American television is that it looks like the radiation will be leaking for a long time to come. I wonder if they could just keep dumping cement all over the plants and sooner or later they would be buried and sealed? I don't know, maybe there are reasons they can't do this, I'm not a construction engineer.
comment 87
wch date : 14/04/2011 time : 07.16
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[Stupidities continue, April 14]

Some politicians showed up in Fukushima vegetable market, TVs cameras covered they taste
Strawberries and Tomatoes !

A show that people can eat agri-produces that are not contaminated by radioactive substances (particle or say, ashes).

The fruit and vegetables have been grown inside thickly covered, green house through Japan's northern, Siberian winter for last 4 months. Inside the vynile and cold-preventing blanket is totally isolated from outer weathers of under-zero temp, stnow and rain. The green house is safer than any other human houses around the nuclear epicenter.

THEY EAT THE FRUITS FROM THAT GREEN HOUSE and lure people to eat them as the evidence is the device does not work on any radiation from the fruits.

THEIR IQ are 66, far below Thai counter parts, 88. 555 and,
Unlike Thai people, most of Japaneses illiterate NORTH-EASTERN POTATOES, SAY, ISAN JAPAN people are fooled perfectly, 555
comment 86
wch date : 13/04/2011 time : 07.13
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[LEVELLING OF NUCLEAR REACTOR ACCIDENT]

"although we level up to LEVEL 7, it is not the same level as was in Russian Chernobil".

This is common sense of Japaneses related to the accident.

What is then, THE LEVEL?

Two accidents that people had experienced and suffered are US threemile island reactor, hydrogen explosion, and Russia's Chernobil reator meltdown and blast.
They had graded the first as Level 4 and the latter as Level 7.

In conclusion, Japan Fukuoka case is neither the degree to determine LEVEL presently because;

- Four reactors has, for last one months, unprecedented, radioactives emission (in form of steam bellowing directly from boiling reactors holed and open to freely the sky) The steam is barely measure so far in unit of TERA (Terra is million multiplied million) that both former accidents failed to achieve.

- Immense radioactive wash-down waster water has been, secretly first, now openly, dumped into open Pacific ocean and the contamination rapidly moves riding the well-known ocean currents around Jpan achipelagoes.

Consequently, the damage is not limited to Japan and its 130,000,000 population but all the neighboring countries of China,500,000,000 of eastern seaboard, both Korea 70,000,000, all the ASEAN 300,000,000 of Littoral zone. Canana west coast and US west coast, Alaska, and its many islets, and Russia are not counted.
Their healths are on the risk, not today or tomorrow but NEXT 10-30 YEARS PROBLEM. Their sea-borne life lines of seafoods and sea water industries are dead or downgraded as consumers refuse.

- All the Japan products are now subject to radiation filtering process on export import process and discourage its activity. Japanese travellers are dealt in same level.

- Air current contamination is around globe. Every governments are now preparing to avoid the influx the contaminated air currents. Some country tries to RAIN CURTAIN to prevent Japan-origin air current. The tech is now unknown though.

[THIS IS THE LEVEL, THE DEGREE OF DAMAGE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DAMAGE OF HUMAN BEING]

Japan government failed to contain the 'dubious' wash-down waster water' into a tanker ship because no ship owners were willing to sell the tanker to Japan government. A neighboring country offered their own tanker but Japan government refused (a foreign private tanker owner was believed to make the offer).

THEREFORE, new levelling system that will be adopted on coming IEAE conference must add an important SCORING factor.

THE ABILITY AND INABILITY OF A GOVERNMENT THAT MANAGE THE CRISIS.

and, Japan government level is 2 out of 10.

It was not until good 30 days until the responssible, minister, prime minister, chief of electricity agencies has shown himself in the hit zone and

"EXPRESS HIS SORRY".

This is the sheer joke !!! 555
comment 85
wch date : 12/04/2011 time : 03.07
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[updated April 11 0240]
Yesterday I wrote here, MASSIVE RADIOACTIVE EMISSION has been continously emitted into sky from the day one after the reactors were broken, good earlier that March 15.

And, now they admitted this !!!!

" We consider escalating the level to level 7, Chernobile level".

This is one of example how they are untrustful.Others countries are now encountering to possible, the worst situation as LEVEL 8 OR 9.

Only potatoes are Japanese citizens, who worry other 7 or 8 more, old reactors standing around Tokyo and some of them are now coming out in street and demand IMMEDIATE CLOSE-DOWN.

True, nuclear winter, so without electricity in Japan is not a joke but the reality comes real.

China reported all checking posts except Tibet were found the radioactives falls.

200 or some schools of Metropolitan Seoul closed a day of a rainy days be fear of contaminated rain waters and all outdoor activities were cancelled (Matichon April 10).

In fact, unseasonal, NORTHERLY WIND has blown down for last 3 months from Siberia to Indochinese peninsula and apparently the air movements carries the contaminated air over Thailand as well as other south eastern Asian countries.

THEY ARE UNABLE TO CHECK IT BECAUSE OF NON-POSSESSION OF PROPER DEVICES AND FACILITIES.

Thailand military suveillance balloon works?
comment 84
wch date : 11/04/2011 time : 07.00
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[Comprehensive mistakes and irresponsibilities have caused Fukushima Meltdown]

To answer Alien, I wrote a somewhat unrelated issue of who Japaneses are and how degree Japan achieved the democratization.

Truely this common personality of ordinary Japaneses and the fixed social thinking mechanism worked much on the disasters.

Simply speaking, the Fukushima Plant 1 is located illegally on the illegal beach land. Although the scientists and the engineers had long been awared of the future troubles implications, none of them had tried to fix them.

During the dynamic Japan era of 60s and 70s (from early 60s' Tokyo Olympic), Japan tried to fix the wrongs that were forgotten during the last 20 years reconstruction period and all the unruly devepment along Pacific-front seashore area who bamboo-shooted brisk industrial developments. During this, they enacted new construction laws relevant to seashore land development. All the permanent facilities must be built above 10 meters from the mean sea level to encounter any possible tsunami.

FS plant violated this law and still stands at the level 8 meters while its second plant stands in conformity of the laws, above 10 meters.
Consequently the plant 2 was unaffected by recent tsunami but plant 1 was devasted as all we now see.
If plant 1 had just 5 meters concrete embankment around its, 'small compound', it should certainly prevent the inundation.

* Japaneses totally do not understand the hydraulic theory of how tsunami errupts and inflict the land shore.

If 4 meters tsunami errupts at the mouth of Gulf of Thailand, the final tsunami waves reach 10 meters of height at the Siam Bay (small bay between Pattaya and Hua Hin).

Japan built expensive, many waterbreaks and unfailingly Fukushima plant one has its own tsunami preventing waterbreak. Inside it (the break embankment of 5 meter height from mean water level, and the plant peer) is about 100 meters wide and 300meters long ship bething, stable zone like pond. Small opening offers boat traffic into and from the pond. This waterbreak and pond were the main reason that the tsunami tide rose up to the destructive 15 meters tide that engulfed totally the reactor towers, the highest ones than other supplementary building.

All the emergency aids must have been built above the top of reactor towers and can be independantly operative by remote control or even by assistance of aerial aid like helicopter or long-extending arms of firefighting boats or mobile firefighting truck.

** We didnt know whether hydrogen can fill the space between reactor vessel and inner steel-concrete barrier***

This is very primary mistake as engineers (of GE or of any Japanese partner contractors).
Technical assumption of design must be always the case of 'when reactor vessel is broken and leaks its chemical element'. That is why they build the strong inner barrier, again 200 meters thick outer concrete barrier and further working personnel is covered inside another heavily-built service building.
Hydrogen leaked and exploded, then the explosion power broke the thick steel reactor vessels and,

MISERABLY NO METHOD now certain to seal off the vicious emmission of uranium buring.

So they dumped IRRESPONSIVELY all the toxicated RADIOACTIVE STEAM into the sky,as well as the wash-down waters into ocean.

How they can harness the per-hour hundreds tons of steam leak by such 'plastic fabric textile'???

Also the wash-down waster water must be contained into a tank ship as its amount is merely 20,000 ton. 30,000 dwt oil tanker ship can hold enough such waste water and can be treated by evaboration or by confection chemical.

However they irresponsively dumped the waste water into Pacific Ocean and other countries are now demanding,

JAPAN MUST GIVE US THE TECHNICAL DATA HOW EXTENT THE WASTE WATER IS CONTAMINATED.

The soon-coming IEAE conference will certainly be the arena to bash Japan.

Now many suspect the dumped water is not LIGHTLY-CONTAMINATED WASH-DOWN WATER but HEAVILY-contaminated water that has long been stuck in the basement of engine room and spent fuel rod cooling room.

One of them is USA, who demand strongly for the technical data and Japan can not avoid it.

Now Japan turns simply a LIER who cheated the world!

This is miserable! and Japan is unable to punish the responsible people of the elctricty agency, like Thai people.

I am not exaggerated at my word "Japan is merely in the third world like Thailand.555
comment 83
wch date : 10/04/2011 time : 04.08
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so, conclusion is, the sence of democracy of Jpanese is, "When all group members accord, it is the principle of democracy" but most of westerner are "taking liberty to own suggestion and debate on it with others is the true democracy".

This common personalities of two different culture people can not be explained in the rules of the individualism or the collectivism that both are conflicting.

Probably christianity and confucianism may explain better.555
comment 82
wch date : 10/04/2011 time : 04.03
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Alien, very good question.
Truely speaking, there was no one who died or was killed for the sake of importing so called, democracy in Japan's past or today.

This is not the joke.

Therefore, most of Japaneses have the knowledge of what the democracy principles are but their real life goes along what their culture taught them.

Japanese children, once they start walking, are rampantly tamed how to obey the adults or the senior people and they behave the same through their life.

Many people outside Japan try to interprete Japanese behavior at the crises of quake and tsunami, as the highly-educated, virtuous citizenship in a democratic society. This is totally wrong. Japaneses are rampantly taught in both childhood and adulthood about what the rules must be used when they are "IN GROUP".

That GROUP BEHAVIOR is seen in extreme contract when they - collective refuge centers of the hit areas- roll back the noodle bowls to the last person at the last quo and the first one standing at the canteen oven takes the last bowl of the noodle.
So in this scene, there is no meaning of such western rule -' first come first served'.
Early bird must be rewarded and lazy one must pay back but in Japan society, such common morality does not work.

The founder of wikipedia wrote about same behavior of Jpanese (his wife is a Jpanese woman too). "Jpaneses write an entry of wikipedia but they do it always in a group of 4-5 persons, and when one does not consent, they dont upload the entry".

"However, the western society like US or UK, one person upload an rough entry, then one by one show up and tries to disprove it. They mixed and fight without end". 555.

Japanese group behavior was long nultured through its 1500 years military goverments (so called, shokunate and master shokun - or junta chiefs). The nobilities and commoners are clearly distinguished in social strata, now and then.

And, most of politicians of today are the descendants of the old nobilities, and no commoners try to destroy such hard social class system. The ruling class had taught commoners to behave how to sacrifice ownself for the group benefit. This set firmly the morality of totalitarianism in Japan society. This shows certain degree of effectiveness or productivities in private business organization but naturally rigid bureaucratism set through all walks of society.

This is the extreme example.

"When they design the emergency moter and pump in the nuclear reactors, they failed to set the basic parameters about what the emergent situations are.
They said, "We only put the emergent factor of earth quake but did not consider Tsunami factor".

Japan had many hardships of tsunamis through its history but even when they built dangerous facilities at beach side, THEY FORGOT TSUNAMI.

In fact, the real reason was, to reduce construction cost, they intentionally took off the tsunami factor as one of critical design criteria.

(talking about Japan and Japaneses should be via another independent entry but Alien asked and I showed some examples)
comment 81
Alien date : 09/04/2011 time : 12.09
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WCH - I just read your comments. Hopefully it is not as bad as you relate. Time will tell. Also, IS Japan a true democracy or does it just have the outside appearances of one and is really run by the large corporations?
comment 80
wch date : 09/04/2011 time : 05.35
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" We can learm more news from the outside than local news and our government" - by a Japan city mayor.

Today's Japan is good example to show the world how a modern, seemingly-democratised country is run by 'total failures and comprehensive inabilities, so called of democratically-elected politicians and locally-highly respected state officials and professionals.

So-called, highly-paid, nuclear expertisecs of the renoun universities, engineers and the operators of nuclear facilities,

DO NOT HAVE EVEN BASIC UNDERSTANDINGS ON FISSION REACTION AND ITS RAYS, PARTICLES BEHAVIOR.

THEY EVEN DO NOT KNOW ANY INTERNATIONAL LAWS about the leakages of nuclear radiations into air and ocean.

EVEN the totally-illiterate, MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIR publicly ANNOUNCED "

[There is no an international laws that prohibits the release of radioactives contaminated waster water into own territory or international seas.

GO BACK AND READ

all the treatis in INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION OF UNITED NATION's that JAPAN SIGNED 60 YEARS AGO.

AS WELL AS, ALL THE INTER-STATE TREATY ABOUT INTER-STATE COMMON SEA CONTROL AND MUTUAL TREATIES very now in effect. JAPAN entered into all treaties with neighboring countries and it was JAPAN who intervened MORE the neighboring countries by excuses of such inter-state treaties.

NOW they are their turns that intervene JAPAN and JAPAN will fall into same, THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES like Thailand or any other African, Latin American states.

[THERE IS NO CONCRETE PLAN TO SEAL OFF THE MELTING REACTORS]

then, must follow international advices, even make request to them to deal on behalf of such the bunches of incompetent professionals.

This is almost a month since 11-3-11 disaster and if the situation goes another one month, Japan's economy, industry, society will go along, total degradation that can hardly recover back.

REPLACEMENT OF JAPAN THAT JAPAN SHARED SO FAR IN UNDUSTRY AND ECONOMY is silent MOVEMENT Around the world. They will no longer use Japan products but they own products.

Japaneses must remember, THEY HAVE TECHNOLOGY TO PRODUCE ANY PARTS BUT THEY HAVE SO FAR ORDERED TO JAPAN SME small small companies because MUCH CHEAPER.

THEY WILL STOP THIS TRADE PRACTISES.

THIS IS REALITY THAT JAPAN MUST BEAR IN MIND.
comment 79
wch date : 08/04/2011 time : 06.45
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[Another quake highlights, Japan's nuke weapon capability - spent fuel rod to be refined to produce PLUTONIUM]

A news reported "northern-most of main island, Aomori fuel rod retreatment plant experienced in electricity black-out due to the new quake last night".

The report added, "The factory can produce, 4,500 kgs of plutonium from spent fuel rods. The plutonium is reused to nuclear reactors as fuel, as well as nuclear bomb"

comments : North Korea was earlier reported they possess of 50kg plutonium and can produce 4-5 nuclear warhead. This means a bomb needs 10kg plutonium.
So Japan can produce nuclear bomb with abundant plutonium.

and, the Japan plant is located in nearby ocean where Russian military and US military bases are facing up, as well as the important international commercial marine ways passing so called, troubled 4 islets that Russia occupied since World War II.
comment 78
wch date : 07/04/2011 time : 05.16
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[COVER-UP 8 April 0500: Suspicion continues]
Japan allowed only US nuclear experts and military of 20 to co-work own 30 members to deal the 'the end-unseen problem in Fukushima crisis.

We can hear from the US member about what is happening in the meltdown reactors/ "The reactors can be exploded by oxigen and hydrogen by wrong cooling methods - shooting sea water into the CHAMBER of the inner-most concrete barrier and the reactor body and over-weighted reactors by extra cooling water can crack the reactor vessel as (they are too old steel body and certainly FATIGUE of steel materials are anticipated technically).

US team make new suggestion to stop and kill silent all the reactor that is, POURING BORIUM into the reactors. Borium powder is believed to absorb the neutron to stop reaction activity of fuel rod.

Earlier Korean nuclear experts made the same suggestion and they were ready to fly with 150 tons of own reserved borium to deal the fukushima problem.

JAPAN REJECTED.

COMMENTS:
This all reports are from local news of Japan which media are so far COOPERATIVE to Japan government, NOT to provoke Japan citizens. Japan government is worried about possible riots as Japan citizens now run out their patiences. Virtually Jpan's food industries are dead tightly and farmers and fishermen are now organizing themselves to seek for future living methods. THEY ARE ON VERGE OF new, NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS.

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comment 77
wch date : 05/04/2011 time : 08.20
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[COVER-UP 3]
FS plant 1, reactor 1,2,3,4 are TOO OLD and its technological was issued in October 2010, last year but JAPAN GOVERNMENT thoroughly ignored.

Any steels materials can not be used longer than 20 years in such nuclear reaction, harsh heat condition as if old pickup is. But this old steel reactors were used for the last 35 years and must have been stopped far earlier.

JPAN GOVNT thoroughly ignored this TECHINICAL WARNING based on simple, basic laws of natural steel materials.

IEAE has no teeth to control the world nuclear industry and UN MUST RENEW NEW ORGANIZATION by this Fukushima accident, level 9.

[COVER-UP 4]

Nearby plant 1 of same Fukushima nuclear power complex is PLANT 2 and earlier reported was that its reactor 1,2, and 4 was no outer power supply and reactors were in initial meltdown.

THIS HAS BEEN TOTALLY KEPT SECRET AND NO ONE KNOWS WHAT HAPPENING IN THE SEASHORE NUCLEAR CENTER.

[COVER-UP 5]

Iwate prefecture is just north neighbor from Fukishima pref. and Miyaki pref and of course it is Pacific rim side.
Iwate nuclear plower plant has 4 reactors and earlier found reactor 1 and 2 was hit by quake and tsuname and massive redioactive leak was checked by meter.

This situation was totally kept in SECRET.

[COVER-UP 6]
There are 20 more, old fashioned GE design reactors in Japan and most of them are located at Pacific ocean rim where quake and tsunami are prone.

NO REPORTS OF THEM ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
comment 76
wch date : 05/04/2011 time : 07.26
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[COVER-UP 2, updated April 5 0730]

Now all are angry at Japan's piracy YAKUZA action - dumping 1400 ton, heavily contaminated waste water into Pacific ocean.
China, Korea north and south, Taiwan, Philippines are this morning furious at this totally insane action of JAPAN GOVERNMENT.
More getting them angered is even though Japan can take the waste water into US military water supply tanker ship, JAPAN ignored US warning but just dumped the homicidal toxins.

China considers, certainly ACTION and North Korea will follow suit. All Pacific West Rim countries are now rising up.

The GULF of Thailand will see the ocean current within April 13.!
comment 75
wch date : 04/04/2011 time : 17.32
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[THEY ARE REALLY SON OF BITCHES]

So called, TEPCO, Japan's EGAT people announced:

"We will dump 14000 ton radioactive contaminated waster waters of our nuclear broken reactors, into the sea but please you can eat all the shells, seaweed and fishes".

I think their calculation is,
All the pacific ocean water is, 1,0000000000000000000000000000000000 ton and 14000 ton is in percent, 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000%.


THEY ARE REALLY THE BUNCH OF GOONS AND THUGS,

WITHOUT KNOWING, WHOLE jAPAN FOODS AND TIGHTLY DEAD AND EVEN,

iN SWISS AIRPORT, ALL JAPANESES ARRIVALS MUST PASS THE RADIOACTIVE DETECTOR MACHINE,

tHIS STUPID PEOPLE DOESNT EVEN KNOW THE SHAME, !!!
comment 74
wch date : 04/04/2011 time : 06.31
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[A Scientific Question to the World]

My question of this will leave to THE WORLD because my blog of this are often hit by GOOGLE now.

Question is, 'Any polymerized Hidrogen-Carbon from crude oil (simply say, plastics) can stop Gamma rays from fission reaction?", as now Japaneses say, will try to cover such MAGICAL PLASTIC TEXTILE over all the 4-5 reactors, IN ORDER TO PREVENT LEAKAGE OF SMOKES or SMOGS or even FART!.

(FART is Fukushima Association of Radiological Technicians and whoever tries to find Fukushima radioactive situation, this site, www.FART.or.jp quickly sneaks in, 555 and they want new people to come work together, why not thais???? pay huge, certainly!)
comment 73
wch date : 04/04/2011 time : 06.15
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[updated, April 4 Mon]

COVER-UP 1.

From the first day of radioactive leak of March 13 and town fire engines' water cannon over the overheated reactors, the immese, radioactive contaminated waste water had flown down into the sea. A part of the waste water was arrested in ditches inside the outer concrete barrier and the 4 workers entered into the ditches area. 2 was missing and 2 was come out but had their legs wetted in the ditches and immediately sent to hospital. As of today, the two injured ones are not known alive or dead.
However, the missed 2 were found dead inside the ditches running hole.

US forces stationing in Japan earlier sent 1,100ton fresh water tank to assist cooling the reactors. Japan so far didnt take the water.

The frustration from US side is spelt "They are indeed stupid people. We don't knwo what they are doing".

At the very beginning, I remember I had written:

Sea water can be pumped up by fire-fighter boats (that has powerful pumps that can pump up sea water through sea-water outlet pipe lines).

All the wash-down, waste water must be received into a large tanker ship (that is later treated in other way). If the radioactive contaminated water flows down into sea, all the Jpan seafood industry will die. Now the reality comes true. All imports of Japan foolds were banned. Even Japaneses avoid them. Virtually no foods are trusted as the land is contaminated and city tap water is also contaminated (Tokyo, earlier the warn was issued that all the infants must not be bathed in the city tap water)

[no hope to stop the reactor's heat]

Now Japan 'consider' to make whole cover of plastic over the reactors and pump out the ditches water into a barge ship, instead of pouring cement mortar (Russian method), or pouring light metals to seal off the reactor core (Korean method), or pouring reaction stopping chemical (borium?) into reactor core and offered their own stocks of 150tons stand-by to airlift. Japan didnt take neither of the international proposal. Also Japan is not ready to perform all the alternatives. No firefighting boats, no pipeline between sea and plant, no pump extra (because Japan main island, the Tokyo and the east, the north use 50hertz cycle electricity current and 60hz machinery such as US supply power generators or pumps CAN NOT be used. Korea also offered mobile power generators for tsunami beaten area refugees but their 60hz power can be used only partly).

US offered their own ROBOTS that can work inside heavily contaminated reactors domes. I wonder the American standard robots can work or not.555

So far, they just fuck up on papers. Nothing is done to stop the ceaseless DEAD SMOKE!.

China now came out "All our skies except Tibet is contaminated by radioactive particles".

China may send military to occupy the whole Fukushima prefacture and keep the things UNDER CONTROL.

THIS IS NOT A JOKE !.
comment 72
wch date : 01/04/2011 time : 18.05
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[updated]
" They are so silly !"
Of course, 'they' are the Japan PM Kan and his companies and this remark is just told by an American diplomat who has been tracing, Fukushima Nuclear furnaces Explosions.

Fukushima Nuclear Accidents is the level 8. Chernobil is level 7. Cherno reactor was blasted in only one reactor but Fukushima are 4 reactors.
Cherno's evacuation area is the radius 30km from the point of reactor. Fukushima is 80km in American standard, 20km in Japan standard.

Fukushima radioactive particles has massively riden up the westerly global wind currents and as of now, the currents fully encicled around and hit countries are Canada, USA, All Europes, Russia, China and Korean peninsula.

Clumsy sea water cooling efforst now massively polluted Pacific West currents and flow down to South East Asian waters.

This is the reason why Fukushima Nuclear accident must be level 8.

[How to put down the flame?].

No answer!. Now no 'modern samurai' applied to the 'water works' at perdiem 5000 dollars. Now announced 1 hour 5000 dollars. No one!. This is bullshit.
Initial Samurai 150 are now dying and their families are shouting in hospital,

YOU ARE SO STUPID. WHY DIE?, FOR WHOM? FOR KAN? THAT POTATO MILITARY DESCENDANTS?

CONTINUED
comment 71
Hs date : 01/04/2011 time : 15.55
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wch , I do not know why Thais really love Japanese. Are they the same racial or ancestors?
Hasan,Yala
(Ed.)
comment 70
happyjack date : 17/03/2011 time : 20.30

Pluz a phd in spellinz, so there.
comment 69
happyjack date : 17/03/2011 time : 20.28

Lost me somewhere, i a Scientist has a specific field.Mine is Big Hammers and Things Mechanical.Hence i never say anything.I have a vast knowledge if boreing things.
comment 68
Ian date : 17/03/2011 time : 07.15
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Earthquakes and tsunamis, floods and tornadoes are all natural events, they become disasters only if we are unprepared.
comment 67
Hs date : 16/03/2011 time : 19.21
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wch, Japan earthquake is from nature , not from human . However , a disaster can be caused by human by means of leaving garbages to water or by a global warming.
Hasan , Yala
comment 66
wch date : 16/03/2011 time : 11.58
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ian, you are not wrong because you didnt write any significance besides some links, I debate the link not you, 555 Where is NN?, 555
comment 65
Ian date : 16/03/2011 time : 11.01
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wch, I feel sorry for you, but even sorrier for anyone who takes you seriously.
You have as much credibility as a snake oil seller at a village fair.
If you were a scientist Japan would still be in the Dark Ages.
comment 64
wch date : 16/03/2011 time : 01.21
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555, ian, you again cover up your,,,illiteracy. Others may be misguided by your remark, especially Hj. How can you worry about me without understanding me?

Worrysome is caused when other look into own underwear, 555
comment 63
Ian date : 15/03/2011 time : 20.10
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Hj 62. Noonin does not irritate me, he is not a scientist but at least can understand written English. Our Jap friend is a different story, if his English reading skills are on a par with his writing skills, then I can understand why his knowledge is so garbled.
Incidentally, wch also does not irritate me, he worries me, particularly in the human biology area, someone might believe him and do themselves a mischief.
comment 62
happyjack date : 15/03/2011 time : 19.51

C38.Ian It doesnt react.
comment 61
happyjack date : 15/03/2011 time : 19.47

Noonin,light for example, it passes through a Vacuum dam quick,perhaps that's why your brain missed it,but you're irritation to Ian amuses all but him.
comment 60
wch date : 15/03/2011 time : 09.22
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Yes, modern Jp engineers discarded the old-fashioned GE design,
http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/location.html#

and now GE stock price goes underwater. Check it out in Germany, France and Britain.
comment 59
Ian date : 14/03/2011 time : 16.12
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Noonin. The speed of light varies according to the medium it is travelling through.
As light travels through different materials, it scatters off of the molecules in the material and is slowed down (this is a simplified explanation). For some materials such as water, light will slow down more than electrons will. Thus an electron in water can travel faster than light in water. But nothing ever travels faster than c. The amount by which light slows in a given material is described by the index of refraction, n. The index of refraction of a material is defined by the speed of light in vacuum c divided by the speed of light through the material v:

n = c/v
comment 58
noonin date : 14/03/2011 time : 14.45
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Comment 53
Quote "moving faster than the speed of light. "
How is this possible?
comment 57
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 14.12
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[update, for record]
FS reactor 3, outer concrete barrier was demolished. 11 workers affected.
FS reactor 2, cooling system stopped.
comment 56
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 13.24
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c55, yeah, Thank you. I thank you for the BBC report which is sober and objective, too. But I'm worring that there are no follow up news about the resumption cooling down operation unitl now. TEPCO seems to be in disarray.
comment 55
Ian date : 14/03/2011 time : 13.13
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Plaadip, to further allay your fears, the Chernobyl event was made worst by the fact that graphite was used as the moderator. This naturally burnt and released a large cloud of radioactive carbon.
This is not the case with the Japanese reactors.
comment 54
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 11.21
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c53, thank you, you somehow allay my fear, even though I don't understand what you wrote perfectly.
comment 53
Ian date : 14/03/2011 time : 11.13
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Many years ago I stood on top of an active nuclear core, in the North of Scotland. It was an interesting experience to see the Cerenkov radiation in the surrounding water and know this was caused by decay particles moving faster than the speed of light. But reassuring, it needs slow particles to create a chain reaction
In Japan the boron in the injected boric acid solution will be absorbing these slow neutrons slowing down the chain reaction. There may be enough residual heat and ongoing heat production to drive the core to meltdown but a nuclear explosion is impossible. Any explosion will be mechanical, the same as at Chernobyl, if this happens the risks will be the same a fallout cloud of radioactive dust.
In the case of Chernobyl the cloud travelled as far as the North of Scotland and resulted in a large scale cull of sheep in the affected areas. in fact increased radiation levels were experienced over the entire northern hemisphere. http://users.owt.com/smsrpm/Chernobyl/glbrad.html
Thus ongoing events in Japan are equally important and relevant to us residents in the Pacific region.
comment 52
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.52
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Thank gods. The 7 missing were accounted for. 6 are injured.
comment 51
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.50
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c50, I meant off limit even for the Tokyo Denryoku's employees. I hope this is the usual precautional measure of Japanese.
comment 50
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.43
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yeah, the humand damage may have the negative impact on the cooling work, the 5 km radious south of the 3rd reactor is off limit now.
comment 49
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.35
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Melt-down is two stages.

Primary state is, the fuel rod bundles of thousands inside reactor vessel lose cooling water (in BWR type, process water to steam) and generally the top parts of rods where no water cools start melt-down, called core meltdown).

State 2 is when the reactor vessel is lost all of cooling water that causes the vessel steel is brazen up quickly, the explosion occur. It does not stop at that point. Active fuel rods goes free reaction and produce immense heat and melt anything around, plant steel, concretes. This is full-blown melt-down (Chernobyle case). No way to harness but everyone runs to life.

US 3 miles case was just the explosion of hydrogen as same as Fukushima plant 1, reator 1.

FS case is now between two accidents and no one can now exclude its possibility including PM Kan.
comment 48
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.23
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No neutron detected.
comment 47
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.19
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7 missing after the explosion.........gods help them.
comment 46
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.18
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arraya, I meant "little" not "a little"
comment 45
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 10.17
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The monitering of the redioactivity around the reactor shows that it's 20 mcv/h. I think the vessel is not damaged. It's also luchky that it is almost windless there, though this level of radiation would cause a little health risk, anyway.
comment 44
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 09.54
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The cabine secratary said that the reactor vessel is intact, and the water is being injected to cool it down. I hope this is actualy the case.
comment 43
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 09.37
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Thanks gods, the tsunami alarm was a false. The MA denied it shortly after the rumor spreaded.
comment 42
Plaadip date : 14/03/2011 time : 09.31
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Fukushima 1's third reactor cause another hydrogen explosion and three meter high tsunami is coming to the shore of Fukushima pre. What a timing!
comment 41
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 04.51
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They say, " the tube of fuel rod made by zirconium , when molten, reacts water and produce hydrogen". This means the fuel rod, exposed top part is melting. Therefore hydrogen relieving from the reactor means actual melt-down is going on. Nr 3 reactor is now venting hydrogen into the space between core concrete barrier of reactor and outer concrete barrier. Another blast is still potential followed by reactor nr. 1.
comment 40
wch date : 14/03/2011 time : 00.43
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[Tokai 1100MW BWR, 1978]
Cooling water pump system stopped.
120km north Tokyo.
[Onagawa 3 reactors 525, 825, 825MW BWR]
abnormal radioactive emission

locations (all Pacific side)
http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/locationPop.html#
comment 39
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 21.02
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c38, yeah, BBC reported it about the danger. We call it pluthermal in Japanglish.

What I am warring most is another Tsunami attack the nuke plants, Japanese Meteorological Agency prediceted that magnitude 7 plus earthquake would take place with the probablitiy of 70 percent in next three days.
comment 38
Ian date : 13/03/2011 time : 20.55
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I am rather puzzled how Zirconium can react with water and produce hydrogen, it is about as reactive as platinum, in other words pretty non reactive. However it will react with Chlorine so I must assume some hydrolysis of sea water is taking place.
What has not been mentioned is that reactor 3 is not a uranium reactor but a mixed uranium plutonium reactor, and plutonium happens to be one of the most poisonous substances known, a few milligrams of plutonium per kilogram of tissue is a lethal dose.
comment 37
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 20.33
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c36, the same situation as the reactor 1.
comment 36
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 20.25
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[updated]
Fukushima nr. 3 reactor is now filled fully with hydrogen (being generated by contact of fuel rod coating, zirucon and water) and it must be relieved. Only two options are, one is to arrest it into outer concrete barrier or relieve into air. Either can not prevent the radioactive particles.
comment 35
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 19.54
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It is being reported that the water lever is not enough both for reactor 1 and 3....What's happening?
comment 34
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 19.09
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ian 28.
you are right. naval ship use the expensive pressured water reactor that process steam generation and cooling water is independant.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pressurized_water_reactor

The problematic Fukushima reactors all use BWR or boiling water reactors that process steam and cooling water is same.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boiling_water_reactor

as you can see, in http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/location.html#

they are all out fashioned and too old.
The hydrogen can not be blasted between the outer concrete barrier and core reactor concrete barrier.
comment 33
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 17.17
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[radioactive fallouts, the map]
is not available yet. State formal news briefings is planned at 2000 hours (BKK 6 pm).

100km northwest from Fukushima plants, Onagawa nuclear power station measured radioactive falls 4 times higher than the normal level.

In the morning, northerly wind was reported, that might carry more radioactive particles to open Pacific ocean.

Japan nuclear power stations can be viewed in this map link.

http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/locationPop.html#

capacity of each plants,
http://www.japannuclear.com/nuclearpower/program/location.html#
comment 32
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 16.33
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By the way, Thanong seems to be getting carried away in twitter, being called as a loon by other twitterers.
comment 31
HA_HA date : 13/03/2011 time : 15.23

i feel very sorry for japanese people. i believe in their spirit. wishing them the best. let's hope this incident will bring some untity to the world to fight adversity, bring us safer nuclear plants or a new invention.
comment 30
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 15.21
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c29,...uummm, I meant they will rather decrease the new approvals of ODA projects in coming years.
comment 29
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 15.16
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c28, About the electriciy supply, the Fukhushima nulcear stations (N01 and 2) provided the 20 percent of the demand in Kanto region. Now we have 2 scrapped and 4 problematic reactors out of 10 there. It will take time to restore the reactors, probably it takes one year or so, so we would have around 10 percent less supply of the electricity for one year.

About the ODA, I don't think the Japaense government will stop to finance on-going projects. They will rather decrease the budhet of ODAs in the coming year.
comment 28
Ian date : 13/03/2011 time : 14.35
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plaadip, yes last week the purple line was progressing well, but it is financed with Japanese money, so will it continue?
Many years ago I worked on nuclear power plants for submarines, these use sea water cooling. All the plumbing was stainless steel and any seals and grommets were neoprene in order to resist corrosion.
It seems that the Japs coped with the earhquake it was the tsunami they had not allowed for. The back up diesel generators worked fine until the waters reached them.
comment 27
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 13.11
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they started pumping the sea water into the third reactor of no 1 fukushima genpatsu. the second reactor scrapped.
comment 26
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 12.42
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c24, they started to pump in the water with some boric acid and the water level is 1.5 meter above the top of the fuel rods. (reactor 3, the no 1 fukushima nuke power plant)

I misunderstood the Purple line. It is the extension from Bang Su to the other side of the river, yeah, the project is going on, sorry.
comment 25
happyjack date : 13/03/2011 time : 12.12

Hmmmmm. On reflection, my remarks are out of order.
comment 24
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 12.00
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[agony continue]
Fukushima Nr. One plant,
reactor, 1, on melt-down.Question is how long the sea water cooling can sustain,,,,
2, process steam-cooling water system and stop successfully.
3, that now turns, 'very circumstantial' to an initial melt-down, 4 meter of fuel rod is exposed above water level out of 6 meters length (yet report is confusing the standard length of rod between 4 meter and 6 meters. International standard is 6 meter)

Fukushima Nr. Two plant,
reactor, 1,
2,
4,
(no report is available).

Problem is no reporters are working at the power plants. Only communication is possible between plant workers and politicians. American intelligence is criticising the information empasse.

For last 24 hours, about 300,000 were evacuated from plant site.

The area suffers also from the cold spell, minus 3 degree celcius, that reduces the hope of the
survived under quake rubbles.

Japan needs any possible search dogs immediately to find the survivals.
comment 23
happyjack date : 13/03/2011 time : 11.29

Sorry about the fact that some have memories about Old Japanese War Treatment.At least the New Gen are humane.Remember the Thai Civillians marched into Ubon Football Stadium and were Machine Gunned to Death. My Father in Law did,he crawled out.
comment 22
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 09.05
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c21 Is the purble line project still alive?

I think that the negatives impact on the future projects to expand the electric generation by nuclear plants will be more serious.
comment 21
Ian date : 13/03/2011 time : 08.58
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Japan is a highly industrialised nation, it needs energy, it now has one reactor written off, possibly two. I think this is a sixth of the total capacity, how is Japan going to adjust to this?

At the local level is the new Bangkok Purple line now dead? I understand it was being financed by Japan.

No one yet has really started to evaluate the knock on effects of this.
comment 20
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 06.49
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[update]
it is too early to comprehend the whole problems of many reactors as of now.
In this, early dawn, no. 2 reactor cooling system lost the funtion (*cooling system is the process steam generation that is produced by heat of fuel rod reaction in the reactor vessel, then is sent to turbine-generator (one shaft body).

problem
Fukushima Nr. One plant,
reactor, 1, on melt-down
2, process steam-cooling water system
3, stopped

Fukushima Nr. Two plant,
reactor, 1,
2,
4,
comment 19
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 00.53
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c17, wch, too early, indeed.
comment 18
Plaadip date : 13/03/2011 time : 00.49
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c11, yes, and it means the complete death of the reactor after contains the reaction.

.... the work has been suspended because of an aftershock.
comment 17
wch date : 13/03/2011 time : 00.44
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too early to say though, the disaster might bring back the old dynamic society of Japan.
Reconstruction may cost more than 100 billion dollars. The hit area is so backlagged, that needs full style of remodelling whole infrastructure.
In other hand, Japan may practise more open-door policy for foreign investment.
comment 16
Alien date : 12/03/2011 time : 23.39
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I wonder if the Haitians and the citizens of New Orleans will watch the upcoming Japanese rebuilding and wonder what the Japanese have that they don't. Nah, never mind, pretend I didn't say that!
comment 15
Alien date : 12/03/2011 time : 23.38
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Ian, on TV this morning they are saying that the U. S. may very well NOT be a beneficiary of this since the Japanese are the second highest holder of our debt and they will more than likely use their money to rebuild rather than buy Obama and Bernake's slowly devaluating paper.

The good news is that this morning they also interviewed a Japanese government official who said that they are getting the reactors under control and that it will not reach the level of calamity that Chernobyl did.
comment 14
lonewolf date : 12/03/2011 time : 23.00

One thing that this monstrous quake has taught those nations that are in earthquake zones such as the ring of fire, is that governmental building regulations save lives. If this quake had occurred in a country which believes in the benevolence of commercial builders to self-regulate their building codes, the loss of life would be much greater. Much credit must go to the Japanese governments who had the long-range vision to demand more from their building industry. Even though the nuclear plants safety is still tenuous, I would have to believe that based upon the exacting safety considerations in the construction of Japanese nuclear power plants---if they arent safe there where can they be safe? After every major disaster there is much to learn...in the months and years ahead what has happened and what will happen in Japan will provide many teaching moments to the rest of us.
comment 13
iceberg date : 12/03/2011 time : 22.11
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Whatever it is, my condolences to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami.
comment 12
wch date : 12/03/2011 time : 21.11
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there is no report about the state of cooling tower (evaporated steam from reactor must be cooled to water back). If the funtion is dead, they may have to release heated sea water back to sea. the polluted water must be contained into large tanker ships.

So far, uncertain is how the outer concrete barrier was exploded or demolished. When it was gone, large explosion was heard.
If earth quake demolished, it is serious question about Japan engineering. So far all trusted the concrete wall will never break by quake. If it is caused by unprecedented shock, question remains, 'is the core barrier safe?'.
comment 11
Ian date : 12/03/2011 time : 21.05
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They are using boric acid as well as sea water, this means they suspect the pile is still reacting.

"Who cares, i dont.".....speaks volumes about the writer
comment 10
wch date : 12/03/2011 time : 20.51
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At the point of melt-down situation, fire engine water feeds can not cool the generated heat. Firefighting boat can do it if pipeline is available (in fact, it is standard design.) and the sea water after cooling process must be treated safely as it is polluted by radioactive materials.
In fact sea water started supplying now.

Outer concrete barrier was exploded (or collapsed by quake shock, hopefully) and now inner concrete barrier is in tact, hopefully, that contains the reactor. If this fail, it will be devastating, equivalent to Chernovil.
comment 9
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.41
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c8, I know you don't care anything other than your cars or elephats.
comment 8
happyjack date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.38

Who cares, i dont.The Murdered Burma Railway Soldiers gets its Dividend at last, less 75 %. Lest we foreget.WCH you understand,every nation had arseholes.We had Toney Blair.
comment 7
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.14
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They decided to make the reactor immersed with sea water. Right decision, pray it will still work.
comment 6
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 19.03
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Gods, (plural), it's not the explosion of the reactor itself. I do hope the experts there will make a rifht decision.
comment 5
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 18.56
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c3, sorry, I meant 'nonsense"
comment 4
Plaadip date : 12/03/2011 time : 18.56
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they were using fire engines to cool it down.

Now they are considering to use the sea water to cool it down, though the reactor will become a scrap. let's wait and see with finger crossed. What kind of nonse are you talking about, stupidly believing that you are smarter than them.
comment 3
Ian date : 12/03/2011 time : 18.37
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Wch, actually I though of using fire engine pumps, they have the capacity. Then I realised the roads would be impassable. However, a helicopter could have lifted one in.
comment 2
wch date : 12/03/2011 time : 16.51
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They called 'town fire engines', Ian, this is totally the nonsense.
comment 1
Ian date : 12/03/2011 time : 16.36
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Actually a partial meltdown, which is what seems to be happening, is more dangerous than a total meltdown. In a total melt down the reactor rods all safely flow into the containment chamber.
I am surprised they only had one backup set of generators or could not rapidly get mobile ones on site.
If the ultimate radiation leakage is severe, the power station will be scrap. I foresee Japan having a fuel crisis which will affect heavy industry, manufacturing and exports.
Expect some global economic rebalancing to occur. Main beneficiaries will be China and USA.
It is anticipated that Japan will claw back much of its overseas investments to finance rebuilding. This should undoubtedly affect Thailand and the Baht.
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