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Mental Soup and Brain Salad: Fukushima – Unpalatable lessons after the fact

2017/02/11

… a radiation level of 530 sieverts per hour has just been measured at Fukushima’s number 2 reactor.

This new record at Fukushima is 70% higher than that of Chernobyl. (The highest level previously measured at Fukushima was 73 sieverts per hour, in March 2012.)  Sleuth Journal

Japanese Seismologist in 2004 on Risk of Nuclear Accident: “It’s Like a Kamikaze Terrorist Wrapped in Bombs Just Waiting to Explode”

Tepco Tore Down the Natural Seawall Which Would Have Protected Fukushima from the Tsunami

Japanese Parliamentary Inquiry: Fukushima Disaster Caused by “Collusion” Among Government, Regulators and Tepco

“Nuclear Can Be Safe Or It Can Be Cheap … But It Can’t Be Both”

Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown, the Economic Meltdown, and the Gulf Oil Meltdown All Happened for the SAME REASON

The Government Has Engaged In a Series of Nuclear Cover-Ups Ever Since Hiroshima

Nuclear Agencies Are Wholly Controlled By (and Serve) the Nuclear Industry … Just Like the Fed Is Owned By (and Serves) Its Member Banks

General Electric Knew Its Reactor Design Was Unsafe … So Why Isn’t GE Getting Any Heat for Fukushima?

Engineers Knew Fukushima Might Be Unsafe, But Covered It Up … And Now the Extreme Vulnerability of NEW U.S. Plants Is Being Covered Up

Letting Tepco “Clean Up” Fukushima Is Like Letting a Murderer Do Brain Surgery On a VIP

Source: WashingtonsBlog

Reposted from New Radiation Level at Fukushima Dwarfs the Highest Peak at Chernobyl Sleuth Journal

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One Comment
  1. flyingcuttlefish permalink

    Japan scientists knew in 2014 that the fuel had gone outside the primary containment
    https://flyingcuttlefish.wordpress.com/2017/02/10/jaea-doc/

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