Saturday, August 25, 2012

Fukushima Criticality?

Looks bad.

Heart of the Rose posted this. At about 1:07 there is a bright flash amidst growing smoke. The video is from 8/24 (Japan time) so that would be yesterday US time:

On August 22 I posted another disturbing video. Here's the link:

Keep in mind what Nuclear Professor Hiroaki Koide said publicly recently about emissions:

Atomic Age Symposium II: Fukushima, May 5, 2012 – Session III Roundtable (August 22, 2012) Published by: University of Chicago At 9:00 in Hiroaki Koide, nuclear reactor specialist and Assistant Professor at Kyoto University’s Nuclear Research Institute: 

I think you saw some pictures of the Fukushima power plants today, and what you saw there is that it’s got huge stacks, smoke stacks, and there’s stuff coming out of that, and that there’s radiation coming out of that on a daily basis.

There’s also radioactive material in fluid form coming out from the water that is released in trying to keep the radioactive material cool.

Hat Tip Enenews Japan Nuclear Professor: Fukushima smoke stacks releasing radiation on a daily basis (VIDEO)

Also keep in mind that Tepco asserted recently that Tepco admitted to millions of becquerels of radiation being released hourly

NHK documentary Fukushima Daiichi Radiation: March to Recovery; Voices From 3/11 published August 12, 2012
According to Tepco’s estimates in June 2012, the plant continues to emit 10 million becquerels per hour 

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