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Re: Fukushima Daiichi: the situation (one year) after (ASN and IRSN)

Unread Messageby Earthquake » 15/11/16, 04:19

Hey, there are Pokémon Go find there, after this "mini-event"!

Viiiite, you rush!

Since the announcement of this mini-event in Japan, Internet shuddered with all kinds of rumors about the possible appearance of mini-events of the same ilk ... that would occur in the world. In the first ad for Pokemon Go, thousands of trainers ran through the streets of Ne York to try to nab a Mewtwo. And if the day had finally come?

http://fr.newsmonkey.be/article/13859

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Re: Fukushima Daiichi: the situation (one year) after (ASN and IRSN)

Unread Messageby moinsdewatt » 22/11/16, 22:09

Japan: A strong earthquake caused a tsunami of a meter near the Fukushima plant

The CATASTROPHE magnitude earthquake 7,4 shook the northeast of Japan ...

the 21.11.2016

A revival scary for millions of Japanese. A 5h59 Tuesday morning (21h59 Monday, French time), a 7,4 magnitude earthquake shook the Tohoku ( "northeast" of the country), triggering tsunami warnings in the region already permanently scarred by the triple disaster - earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident - the March 11 2011.

A wave of one meter was measured soon after, on the coast near the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. No major problems have yet been identified on the site, said Tepco, the operator of the plant.

Two hours after the earthquake, several tsunamis, including a 1,4 m, were also measured on the coast of Sendai (Miyagi Prefecture). All television channels relayed repeatedly since the dawn warnings from authorities about the risk of second and third waves can be stronger. The tsunami risk warning has been lifted until midday.

The quake, which occurred off Fukushima at a depth of thirty kilometers according to the Japan Meteorological Agency, was strongly felt in much of the main island of Honshu, including Tokyo. Authorities have identified several minor injuries following the earthquake. Rail traffic was interrupted in several places and flights were canceled.

http://www.20minutes.fr/monde/1966035-2 ... -fukushima
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Re: Fukushima Daiichi: the situation (one year) after (ASN and IRSN)

Unread Messageby Christophe » 03/02/17, 21:44

This is far from being resolved ... but who already suspected ...

In Fukushima, Tepco discovered a phenomenal radioactivity in reactor No. 2


http://www.lesechos.fr/monde/asie-pacif ... 062578.php
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 13/02/17, 02:57

Last night on France2

Fukushima: the secrets of a disaster

The magazine "Crisis" returns this Sunday February 12 on the Fukushima disaster and advanced improvisation Japanese but also the role of France to prevent nuclear exit.


http://www.francetvinfo.fr/monde/japon/ ... 58291.html

A review here: http://pluzz.francetv.fr/videos/cellule ... 44813.html
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 13/02/17, 14:01

Thin is that the trailer actually ... I thought would be available full time to put it online but not ...

Here it is in full on your favorite site 8) :

https://www.econologie.com/fukushima-sec ... tastrophe/
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Re: Fukushima Daiichi: the situation (one year) after (ASN and IRSN)

Unread Messageby eclectron » 13/02/17, 17:09

Christophe wrote:Thin is that the trailer actually ... I thought would be available full time to put it online but not ...

Here it is in full on your favorite site 8) :

https://www.econologie.com/fukushima-sec ... tastrophe/


Saw last night, very informative!
I was waiting for information about the number of victims because Janco touts on the plates there were no deaths due to radioactivity and that is what is said in the documentary but how many cancers come ????
and how critical situations had to manage on site and how decontamination of soils still ongoing and how many marine pollution ...

All this sums up thus: nuclear, No Risk! so that there is no accident ...
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 13/02/17, 17:23

Bin is already the director of the center who died a few months later ... cancer (officially absolutely not related to the disaster ... obviously).

I created a specific topic on this very good documentary: energies-fossil-nuclear / Fukushima-the-secrets-of-a-disaster-cell-of-crisis-t15096.html (I just watch it is the same level as the Battle of Chernobyl ... some facts are simply "hallucinating" ...)
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Re: Fukushima Daiichi: the situation (one year) after (ASN and IRSN)

Unread Messageby Remundo » 17/02/17, 09:43

You do not hear the little, small watchdogs of nuclear power in France, on the subject of Fukushima ...

If not, 2000W.org confirms costs around 177 Billion € uro, no less ..., Quadruple bill, and it may not be over!
The invoice to defuse the Daichi Fukushima nuclear plant has been revised upwards. Sharp rise, can it will quadruple to the 177,68 billion € in an attempt to control the reactors perditions, dismantle facilities, compensate residents and decontaminate the environment.

In 2011, the first estimate was on 42 billion €. In 2013, a second estimate suggested 80 billion €. At the current level, the costs represent a debt of € 1'300 per inhabitant.

With interesting developments to read about the European situation whose head stroll under a sword of Damocles ...

Long live the atom, bright state, live the irresponsible!
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Re: Fukushima Daiichi: the situation (one year) after (ASN and IRSN)

Unread Messageby Christophe » 17/02/17, 20:03

The documentary is available in full on your favorite site 8) here (link to share):

https://www.econologie.com/fukushima-sec ... tastrophe/

The thing that struck me most was that there were so many specialists (ings and Co.) French instantly as Japanese ... and Anne who crapped in his pants but as usual, she did well out (recess appearances only ...)

Read well short introduction that I wrote because it corresponds to the situation!
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