2013: APOKALYPSEN FORTSÄTTER i FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN March 2011 med 3 katastrofer:

JORDBÄVNING på 9.1, - utplånade TSUNAMI + KÄRNKRAFTHAVARI - Information hälls tillbaka,”..för att förhindra panik.”

Hela Japan förflyttades 2 meter, Byen Sendai 7 meter! Thernobyl var EN reactor - Fukushima är FYRA.


fredag 19. juli 2013


"The Japanese should fight this as a war,

and you don’t fight a war on a budget"

Arnie Gundersen’s new video update is a discussion with Akio Matsumura on today’s biggest dangers at Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukushima, July 2013 

40 good years and 1 bad day..

Akio Matsumura says the accident has raised enormous issues that the world has never experienced. Tepco cannot handle this magnitude of a catastrophe alone. He has worked to make the government listen to make independent international team to go in and try solve the huge problems at Fukushima Daichii, and minimize the radiation to the Japanese people.

It does not exist today an independent organization. IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) claim to be that, but is also promoting nuclear power (article 2 in their charter), and that cannot be independent..

Nuclear power is big business, and today, money goes before human heath and lives.

We must continue to study and bring wisdom of international team together. Please help Japan – and the world.

The biggest dangers at the NPP (nucear power plant) today are:

1    1. An earthquake that causes the water tanks to leak.

Enormously radioactive water is stored in 700 huge tanks. They don’t let us know exactly what is in them. The decay of the radioactive material in those tanks releasing very high quantities of x rays off site.

If there is an earthquake, none of them  are seismically qualified.

Release of this into the pacific Ocean is more than what has already been released.


    2. The structural condition of nr 4.

Reactor 4 has most fuel, and hottest fuel. Loss of fuel cooling, can still lead to a fuel pool fire. This will contaminate a huge part of the country, including Tokyo. 

In my opinion that means evacuation of over 30 million people. Nothing is prepared to meet this treat, because it is looked upon as impossible.

I don’t think we are allowed to think like this.

In the Book of Exodus in the Bible,  the Israeli people was able to escape from Egypt with 2-3 mill people and loads of animals. On foot. With the transport technology we have today, we should be able to help more people out of Japan than escaped from Egypt..

Japan is a huge island. It should be surrounded by big cargo ships until this treat is under control.

But a price tag is set on human lives that the world leaders are not willing to pay.

It’s a question of economy. Neither Tepco (Tokyo Electric Company, running the plant) or the Japanese government want the Japanese people to know how much in debt this catastrophe has sat them.

The word leaders do not want people to know how dangerous this situation specifically, and nuclear power plants in general, are for the world. Even a knowledge of possible ruin and extinction of the planet is not enough to make them give up one single dollar in profit..

3     3. Unit 3

This unit has less fuel, but are much more damaged than unit 4. Therefore it has even less chance to withstand an earthquake.

A quake of 7.0 or higher at or near the site, is what we all pray will not occur in this area.

Japan is situated on several cracks in the earth’s crust, upon several tectonic plates.

Two big problems

Ground water is leaking into the reactors.

The devastating earth quake 11th of March 2011 made the entire Pacific side of Japan drop with 3 feet.. Japan sank down with 3 feet..

If you’re a building and the structure suddenly fall 3 feet, that makes the floor to crack. It puts more water pressure on the bottom of the building.

So water is flowing into the reactor buildings in great quantities, 400 TONS A DAY..

If the buildings had no radiation, it would be no problem, the water could flood anywhere.

But this water gets highly radioactive, and is contaminating ground water and ocean. There is no way they can contain all this water..

I remember how they tried.. This was the reason why the Tepco leader cry on TV..  He apologized for radioactive water leaking out in the sea..

The containment got holes in it, penetrations, where wires are going in and out, electric, and pipes.

The insulation on these penetrations was never designed for high radiation, high temperature – and salt water – no one ever THOUGHT they would be exposed to salt water. (salt breaks down structure).

All three things happened at Fukushima Daichii, and the penetrations have all failed.

 So the radioactivity that was supposed to be contained in the nuclear reactor, is now leaking through these penetrations, to where the water is leaking into the other buildings.

In that effect we have small pieces of nuclear fuel, powder, mixing in with the water and cover the floors in the reactor buildings.

You have two choices:

Either stop the water from going in, or stop the radiation from going out.

Both very difficult.

Nothing of this have ever been done before, nothing is described in any text book..

Stop the water from going in:

Gundersen proposed after the accident to build a trench around the site, and filing it with something called ciolite ( a volcanic material who absorbs radiation very well)

Another scientist, Japanese Dr Nakamura, suggested building wells outside that trench, to drop the water table. That would reduce the amount of water going into the reactor buildings.

If you could drop that water table, you could pump the water out in the ocean. The ceolite would filter the radiation and make the water clean.

Stop the radiation from going out:

The horse is already out of the barn..

But it’s still important to seal all those penetrations that are leaking – find the leaks and plug them.

Extremely high and deadly, or near deadly radiation makes this difficult..

There’s a priority to get the fuel out of those reactors.. but that high radiation makes it extraordinary difficult.

Best solution concerning the 400 tons of water going in every day, is to lower the ground water table and prevent further water to go in.

From the earliest days we knew..  that the biggest concern is that any accident at Fukushima Daichii that will cause high and lethal releases of radioactivity, will make further work on the plant impossible. It will be abandoned, and  maybe even also on the nearby plant, Fukushima Danii. This will have an impact on the whole world, especially on the northern hemisphere.

You can see Arnie Gundersen's new update video on Fukushima
"Forty Good Years and One Bad Day"   >>> HERE

All pictures in this article is from Arnie Gundersen's update video.
Get more information at Arnie Gundersen's excellent web site:
Fairewinds Energy Education

See also: "Fukushima: Unstable and a strategic disaster"


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