Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Fukushima Tritium Research Hacked at Hydrogen Isotope Research Center


The University of Toyama was hacked with data leaks targeting the Hydrogen Isotope Research Center:
Sayaka Emukai. 2016, October 11. Data on nuclear studies, workers may have leaked from university. The Asahi Shimbun, The Asahi Shimbun http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/AJ201610110055.html

TOYAMA--Personal information and nuclear research, including studies concerning the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, might have leaked in a cyber-attack at the University of Toyama here, the school reported Oct. 10.

...According to the university, the cyber-attack targeted a computer operated by a part-time employee specializing in tritium research at the [Hydrogen Isotope] center.



3 comments:

  1. If in 2010 there was one birth and one death every 28 seconds in Japon, beginning 2014 there was one death every 25 seconds and a birth every 31 seconds: a differential of 2 seconds per year, this seems little yet it is significantly faster than in Ukraine.

    Fukushima is much more severe, because there were 4 reactors instead of one, and the reactor 3 was using plutonium MOX, with at proximity a dense population. If the wind was favorable three days out of 4, it was also unfavorable 1 day out of 4.

    http://www.lesechos.fr/02/01/2014/lesechos.fr/0203217883972_japon—baisse-sans-precedent-de-la-population-en-2013.htm

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    1. Very intriguing! Thank you for posting.

      Note to readers: The link is in French but can be translated using Google.

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  2. Russian corporation says they are building reactors all over ! world. Not!

    https://www.opendemocracy.net/od-russia/vladimir-slivyak/sergey-kirienko-from-nuclear-to-political-power

    rosatom reactors. Rosaries director is as manipulative and seriously secretive as any nucleoape in Japan or the USA. In the USA crooked nuclear companies keep getting bailed out

    Russian media frequently give the impression that Rosatom is building reactors all over the world. It is true that there have been orders from over 20 countries, but they are actually being built in only three places — China, India and Belarus. And in the case of the first two, international cooperation began long before Kirienko joined the nuclear energy sector.

    So it is clear that Kirienko’s team has been excellent at drawing up and signing papers, and providing an information blockade for the industry. Actually building nuclear plants seems to be beyond them.

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