Saturday, February 17, 2018

Fukushima Daiichi in Black and White


TEPCO has changed the lighting or the filter on the TEPCO 4 webcam, as illustrated in these screenshots below.

Today


Compare with screenshot taken 2 days ago:


I'm not sure what causes the color shift or even whether its a significant observation.

However, given the relatively high emissions that have been visible recently, I thought it worthy of documentation.

7 comments:

  1. Fukushima burns radioactive hell. Murica burns hate, pollution, needless death of children

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  2. https://www.alternet.org/environment/we-are-drowning-plastic-and-fracking-companies-are-profiting

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  3. Majia, see my post at:
    http://caferadlab.com/thread-2196-post-4725.html#pid4725
    Might catch more system restarts when the color filter goes away. Thanks for posting, will be watching for these color drops or shifts. Glad you're still posting webcam observations.

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    1. Really interesting catch Horse. Have you seen that light before?

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    2. Yes, in the early days when the zoom was less, bright light in that area. It is brighter than other work lights I've seen directed at the cams. TBS-JNN used to show very bright lights like that.

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  4. Glad some people are keeping testimonials, and more detailed accounts, of the worst nuclear accident in history. No one else is.

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  5. https://www.counterpunch.org/2018/02/16/1-74-trillion-for-h-bomb-profiteers-and-fake-cleanups/

    1.74 trillion for h-bomb profiteers and fake cleanups

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