Friday, August 11, 2017

Bomb Found at Fukushima Daiichi

This is story is so strange I will simply post without comment. TEPCO discovered a 50 kilogram WWII era bomb approximately 1 kilometer "west of a reactor building" - article does not mention which reactor building was situated adjacent to a WWII bomb:
Takuya Ikeda (2017, August 11). War-era bomb discovered at Fukushima nuclear plant. The Asahi Shimbun,

A World War II-era bomb was found buried in a parking lot of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant on Aug. 10. The Self-Defense Forces said the 50-kilogram dud was likely left by the imperial Japanese military and is in no danger of exploding.
There were conspiracy theories circulating at the time of the Fukushima Daiichi disaster that more went on at the site than civilian energy production and there is no doubt that TEPCO was experimenting with MOX fuel in reactor 3 and perhaps had MOX stored in reactor 4's equipment pool.

I remember the conspiratorial comments made by PattieB at Enenews regarding the plutonium at the site. I reserved judgment on her comments but wondered when she subsequently appeared to have a psychological meltdown whether the real PattieB commentator had been sabotaged and replaced.

Here is a sample:

That's just bullshit! I've got the over-fly data that says quite the opposite!
MORE THAN HALF of what went up, was plutonium! TRUE, 1/3 was transmuted to U-234 ! But the remainder WAY WAY surpassed Chernobyl !!
THEY were NOT running Plutonium in the reactor [at Chernobyl]! So only had the 5-7% By-Products

Fukushima WAS! 212 kilos was in the CORE.. THAT went into the EARTH!.. The POOL had over 65 MOX rods, AND 50+ 10+years OLD Plutonium BREEDERS sitting in it! THAT is what made it go BOOM!
I'll lay it out again…
700 lbs per rod, and the MOX that's 142 +/- lbs of material EACH!

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