Thursday, December 3, 2015

Fukushima Emissions Appear Higher Today

Emissions appeared a bit heavier today on the TEPCO 1 cam, although it was not raining:

Very few lights were visible at the Daiichi site from the Futaba cam. I think that light in the sky may be the moon but I'm' not sure:

It is unusual for the site to be this dark.

Here are more screenshots from today:


  1. majia, I'm curious----what is your opinion of the outright ugliness in the comments by some Enenewsers lately? There appears to be targeted attacks almost every day upon long-time posters at Enenewsers, who are being cussed at and called many names. Enenews admin appears to be allowing this. What do you think is going on? Thank you.

    1. I don't know. I have been disgusted by the bickering and don't read those comments, focusing instead on more valuable contributions.

      Probably there are multiple factors ranging from fatigue to paid agents.

      It is terrible for the site. I know admin used to maintain the site all on his own. That might be reason no action is taken.


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