In this article I show data which is missing during the hearings, and probably will be. This data is important to calculate the radiation dose the sailors and others got, and during the VENTING process taking place in all three TEPCO reactors. I do not believe in the meltdown. I believe the units were vented over weeks (melting, venting, melting, venting), to overcome the pressure and getting rid of it (=inventory=fuel), to avoid destruction by explosion. It is the principle of a pressure cooker everyone knows.
Then I show what counts as an accident infront of court (info from Bertell) and I show which methology is used, and who says what. Let’s start.
The court hearings have begun: Will there be compensation fot the US Sailors from the USS Reagan?
9th Circ. Told To Send Sailors’ $1B Fukushima Suit To Japan:
Min. 53:49 is about distance and radiation.
They call it a meltdown. As soon as the officially call it a meltdown ALL Textbook data will be used, not reality. Then there is no problem, because radiation wasnt so bad, and there will be little or ZERO compensation.
no SPEEDI data
no CTBTO data
no NRC FOIA data
no FAX EMERGENCY Fax data
Plus: They call it a meltdown. And that is not right. Although the whole anti nukie and pro nukie field believe it. 99,9% believe it was a simple meltdown.
And the strict categories: https://ratical.org/radiation/Chernobyl/CaUFtH.html
“Causing the genetic predisposition to breast cancer or heart disease does not count since it is not a “serious genetic disease” in the Mendelian sense.”
And powerful enemies, who team up behind the stage:
“VENTS AND GAUGES
Although U.S. nuclear plant operators were required to install
“hardened” vent systems in the 1980s after the Three Mile Island
incident, Japan’s Nuclear Safety Commission rejected the need to
require such systems in 1992, saying that should be left to the plant
operators to decide.
A nuclear power plant’s vent represents one of the last resorts for
operators struggling to keep a reactor from pressure that could to
blow the building that houses it apart and spread radiation, which is
what happened at Chernobyl 25 years ago. A hardened vent in a U.S.
plant is designed to behave like the barrel on a rifle, strong enough
to withstand an explosive force from within…” https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/13/1364833_re-eastasia-fwd-os-japan-energy-special-report-japan.html
“The SRV is designed to prevent excessive pressure buildup inside nuclear reactors and thus plays an essential role in nuclear power plants.” http://www.okano-valve.co.jp/english/products/valve/safety-valve.html
This NRC FOIA data speaks a different story:
More NRC data about the DOSE, the USS REAGAN, the VENTING:
With a containment (like in Boiling Water Reactors of General Elctric / TEPCO) a reactor cooks the core and delivers it controlled to the outside. This also stopps the chain reaction. The steam relief valcvs are use. The core is vented piece by pieces. As a whole. But without a violent explosion. If you do not vent it, then the explosion will be violent.
Then we can read about the 400 mSv per hour measuerd near the plant (“There was a media report of a 40-rem dose measured somewhere near the plant.”) quote from NRC on PAGE 15: http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML1205/ML12052A106.pdf
Gregory Jaczko was informed about the venting of TEPCO reactors in the NRC document ML12052A099.pdf. What did he know, what did he do? Venting reactor containment means letting it fly – to the people. THIS is NOT a meltdown. The reactors are empty. Scanner pics of TEPCO show this. How can this be a meltdown? http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML1205/ML12052A09
More CTBTO & Speedi data:
FROM OECD Europe:
“High pressure may then lead to a sudden rupture of the lower welding. In case of a small cavity, the sudden release of steam and ejected corium will generate high upward forces on the RPV. In case of pressures > 3 MPa (30 bar), the anchoring of the RPV on the pedestal as well as the anchoring by the connected piping of the primary loop may fail.” – 188.8.131.52.5 Hydrogen burns, including deflagration and detonation…” https://www.oecd-nea.org/nsd/docs/1997/csni-r1997-11.pdf
Offshore Radiation data, from TEPCO Emergency Fax Correspondence:
From TEPCO’s emergency correspondence to JAPANESE GOVERNMENT, starting March 11th 2011. Official Data: Up to 110 milli Sievert PER HOUR in air distance 0,28 km to Fukushima Plant, Wind South-East & 64 milli Sievert PER HOUR distance 4,29 km to Fukushima Plant, Wind South-East. ALL DATA: http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/04/emergency-correspondence-between-jp-gov-and-tepco-right-after-311/
This is how the Three Mile Island catastrophe was handled:
Will any of these show up infront of court? Or is it an inside job, without the people knowing who are on it with honesty?
1984, New Scientist: Internal studies of the DOE Department of Energy: Workers of twelve different nuclear plants. Nine of the studies found up to 50% higher leukemia rates, above average: lung cancer, lymphoma, brain cancer, malignant tumors of the digestive organs. Common diseases of the respiratory system were more frequent. 2,529 workers were examined in plants of the DOE. All workers had received more than 50 mSv per year. The cancer rate was three times higher: http://books.google.de/books?id=YIAzHckpZswC&pg=PA3&lpg=PA3#v=onepage&q&f=false
ALARA does not help the victims, but the industry: