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 Posted: Fri Mar 14th, 2014 09:42 pm

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The ten most radioactive places on Earth. They forgot to mention that France like Sellafield also leaks huge amounts of radioactive sludge into the English Channel. This is one the the reason's I gave up eating anything that comes from the sea. I've even given up eating vegetarian sushi because of the seaweed it's wrapped in.
http://climateviewer.com/2013/11/24/10-most-radioactive-places-on-earth/#prettyPhoto

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Interesting, but bloody worrying for all my friends and family. I am still listening to it.


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Published on Mar 27, 2014

A radioactive waste specialist, Kevin Kamps, says the condition of the high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the Fukushima-Daiichi reactors remain dangerous. Another big earthquake could prompt a sudden drain-down of the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool.

Kamps also says few lessons from Fukushima have been learned in the U.S. One of the most important being that high density U.S. pools should be emptied into hardened on-site storage as soon as possible. This being before the worst could happen whether due to an earthquake or a potential terrorist attack.

Scientists say that very low levels of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster are now about to reach ocean waters along the US West Coast next month. But it will not be at levels dangerous to humans or wildlife. They are calling for more monitoring as no federal agency currently sample Pacific Coast seawater for radiation.They say unless we have results, how do we know it's safe? It's been three years since the Fukushima disaster and thousands in Japan have called on the government to rid themselves of all their nuclear power, for good.

Kamps said: "The condition of the high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the Fukushima-Daiichi reactors remains perilous. Another big earthquake could prompt a sudden drain-down of the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool. The Unit 3 pool may be in even worse shape. ... Few lessons from Fukushima have been learned in the U.S. One of the most important should be that high density U.S. pools are emptied into hardened on-site storage as soon as possible, before the worst happens, whether due to natural disaster or terrorist attack."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxEGwpNlXb4

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That's horrible that there's still so much going on with it 3 years later. I wish we didn't have nuclear power anywhere at all.



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I so do agree with you there Angel. Shut all the fuckers down now. They are some nuke in the US that have been shut down but there is still the waste issue and it will next the next 40 to 50 years to take all the fuel rods out of them.

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 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2014 09:12 pm

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Dragonflygurl wrote:
Published on Mar 27, 2014

A radioactive waste specialist, Kevin Kamps, says the condition of the high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the Fukushima-Daiichi reactors remain dangerous. Another big earthquake could prompt a sudden drain-down of the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool.

Kamps also says few lessons from Fukushima have been learned in the U.S. One of the most important being that high density U.S. pools should be emptied into hardened on-site storage as soon as possible. This being before the worst could happen whether due to an earthquake or a potential terrorist attack.

Scientists say that very low levels of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster are now about to reach ocean waters along the US West Coast next month. But it will not be at levels dangerous to humans or wildlife. They are calling for more monitoring as no federal agency currently sample Pacific Coast seawater for radiation.They say unless we have results, how do we know it's safe? It's been three years since the Fukushima disaster and thousands in Japan have called on the government to rid themselves of all their nuclear power, for good.

Kamps said: "The condition of the high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the Fukushima-Daiichi reactors remains perilous. Another big earthquake could prompt a sudden drain-down of the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool. The Unit 3 pool may be in even worse shape. ... Few lessons from Fukushima have been learned in the U.S. One of the most important should be that high density U.S. pools are emptied into hardened on-site storage as soon as possible, before the worst happens, whether due to natural disaster or terrorist attack."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxEGwpNlXb4

Kevin Kamps is one of my favorite information sources. He's very reliable and sticks to the facts. Fukushima radiation is long-term (far beyond our lifetimes) problem. Radiation the the 'gift' that keeps on giving.



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 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2014 11:25 pm

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CheshireKat wrote: Dragonflygurl wrote:
Published on Mar 27, 2014

A radioactive waste specialist, Kevin Kamps, says the condition of the high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the Fukushima-Daiichi reactors remain dangerous. Another big earthquake could prompt a sudden drain-down of the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool.

Kamps also says few lessons from Fukushima have been learned in the U.S. One of the most important being that high density U.S. pools should be emptied into hardened on-site storage as soon as possible. This being before the worst could happen whether due to an earthquake or a potential terrorist attack.

Scientists say that very low levels of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster are now about to reach ocean waters along the US West Coast next month. But it will not be at levels dangerous to humans or wildlife. They are calling for more monitoring as no federal agency currently sample Pacific Coast seawater for radiation.They say unless we have results, how do we know it's safe? It's been three years since the Fukushima disaster and thousands in Japan have called on the government to rid themselves of all their nuclear power, for good.

Kamps said: "The condition of the high-level radioactive waste storage pools at the Fukushima-Daiichi reactors remains perilous. Another big earthquake could prompt a sudden drain-down of the Unit 4 high-level radioactive waste storage pool. The Unit 3 pool may be in even worse shape. ... Few lessons from Fukushima have been learned in the U.S. One of the most important should be that high density U.S. pools are emptied into hardened on-site storage as soon as possible, before the worst happens, whether due to natural disaster or terrorist attack."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxEGwpNlXb4

Kevin Kamps is one of my favorite information sources. He's very reliable and sticks to the facts. Fukushima radiation is long-term (far beyond our lifetimes) problem. Radiation the the 'gift' that keeps on giving.
There's no such thing as safe or low level.  Unit 3 has mox fuel in it which means it's weapon grade plutonium mixed with uranium and that's why it's so dangerous.  You'd think after Three Mile Island,  Chernobyl they learn that nuclear is not safe.  Fukushima will never be stopped sadly.  The ice wall is a waste of time.

Are you on about dry cast.  Well that gives of gamma rays, so it's not really safe.  Well I suppose it better then been in the pools.

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The book 'Plutopia' is a really fascinating read if you are interested in the Chernobyl accident. It compares how the nuclear industry grew in both Russia and the US during the cold war.



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The grand canyon is one of the most beautiful landscapes of the world and destroying for toxic nuclear power bomb factories is not what the world needs or the USA. I have seen what happens to parts of Africa where they mined Uranium and the landscape is ruined and people who live near by are dying from the uranium mining.

http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=11214

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That would be awful, too much of our world's beauty has been destroyed for greed.



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