Monday, March 28, 2011

Reactor by reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi plant as things keep getting worse and we feel it here in Massachusetts

Health officials said Sunday that one sample of Massachusetts rainwater has registered very low concentrations of radiation, most likely from the Japanese nuclear power plant damaged earlier this month by an earthquake and tsunami. Traces of low-level radiation detected in Mass. rainwater

Now they admit the sea water is to million more times radioactive than normal now what do you think? Water leaking from a reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant measured 10 million times more radioactive than usual

Confusion Over Radiation Levels at Japan Nuclear Plant

Emergency workers struggling to pump contaminated water from Japan's stricken nuclear complex fled from one of the troubled reactors Sunday after reporting a huge increase in radioactivity — a spike that officials later apologetically said was inaccurate. I want to remind you that this is reactor number 2 not reactor number 3 that is the reactor thought to have a cracked core and the reactor we have been focused on and talking about.

why or why not nuclear energy? Why? Japan has 54 reactors the US has 104. Fukishima was just one crisis and as keep saying, it will get a lot worse and dwars Chernobyl. It blows me away that they nuclear power green power, How green does it look now?

I worked around nukes in the military in the early 70's in the military and one of the things that hit home was the fact that nuclear and nuclear waste is here forever having an indeterminable life span. Having said that, knowing what is happening in Japan I was stunned to learn that here in the US we have 365 metric tons of nuclear waste in cement carsofogi or under 23 feet of water. That is all susceptible to what happened in Japan. They do not sound too stable to me!

Reactor by reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi plant

Today I was in the kitchen and I heard on the radio that the radioactivity specific to the Fukushima plant has been detected in Boston's drinking water due to rain water but not to worry as it is in small amounts. This really concerns me because the crisis in Japan just keeps getting worse despite the lies. It had to cross the country to get here on the east coast of the United States.

2 of those reactors are said to be in some stage of meltdown with 2 more having blown out their buildings and 2 more in various stage of degradation. They better stop playing games and seal the 2 in melt down immediately and keep an eye on the other 4 and do the same with them if need be. This is not the legacy Japan wanted to leave for its children nor the one I want for mine.

I have been saying from the beginning that this was going to dwarf Chernobyl and it will. It was obvious they were lying from the beginning and they still are.

They now have radiation in the ocean and wonder why? Duh! That reactor three is the only one of the 6 that uses the deadliest of the deadly, a mixture of plutonium and uranium. Now we are hearing there is another in as bad a shape. Seal them in cement now before things get ant worse. Chernobyl was a 7 now they are talking 6, eventually it will be a 10 or for which they of yet do not have a classification.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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