The whole thing started in the morning of March 14th 2011, when the water level decreased fruther. TEPCO said the fuel burned, fell to ground, remained there, started to melt. BUT: Reactions = Pressure in Containment, what to do? ANSWER:
The pressure cooker recipe for reactors:
Make sure your reactor has a containment and exhaust valves.
If you notice that the water level drops, then open the valves to relieve pressure. The fuel enters into a phase transition and is drained piece by piece until the entire inventory is gone.
Tell the world public then, the core “had melted” (Then everyone believes the core is still there).
Important: HIDE measuring results from the vicinity of the reactor.
BECAUSE: For high values indicate where the fuel was blown off and where it was distributed to.
TEPCO cooked Reactor 2 Core and blown it out completely, to avoid a nuclear explosion of the reactor type, because of the pressure in the containment, that increased. Reactor Fuel can develop a yield of more than 1 Terrajoule, which is 0,2 – 0,3 KT TNT. Not containment could survive this. AND: TO avoid that the world could learn: A nuclear explosion is possible in each reactor. THE END OF NUCLER FISSION ENERGY.
That’s why “25 Sv/h from the damaged stack for reactor1 and 2 / Highest reading outside of the buildings” was measured: http://fukushima-diary.com/2013/12/tepco-attached-a-dosimeter-on-the-top-of-a-pole-moved-it-by-a-minitruck-to-measure-25-svh/ quote by Fukushima-Diary.com
1.6 Sv/h on the first floor of reactor1 / Highly radioactive source is in the vent pipe (update): http://fukushima-diary.com/2014/01/1-6-svh-on-the-first-floor-of-reactor1-highly-radioactive-source-is-in-the-vent-pipe/
A dry reactor heats up 100°C every 0,1 seconds and becomes so supercritical, that it even overtakes the Doppler Effect: http://life-upgrade.com/DATA/Artikel%20zu%20Tschernobyl%20in%20Nuclear%20Technology%20Vol%2090.pdf
It started in the evening, but The PEAK was in the very late evening of March 14th 2011. Reactor containment = Pressure Cooker for reactor fuel
1) According to KAWATA Toumio, Fellow of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan (NUMO), all reactor inventory of Fukushima Reactor 2 was released on March 14th 2011, 6:22 pm: http://www.strahlentelex.de/Stx_11_588_S01-02.pdf
What DATA exists than can explain this?
2) 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.
HERE IS THE SUMMARY / OVERVIEW:
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
This is brutal high! Normal is 1 – 2 mSv per YEAR! And this combines EVERY RADIATION COMING FROM THE WHOLE UNIVERSE TO US! Credit this!
Even the daily dose at a 1000 Curie per km² area, for example near Chernobyl reactor 4 / hot sport, with 37 mio becquerel per m² (map) is something like 10 mSv PER DAY
But Fukushima! 110 milli Sievert PER HOUR! Even at a distance of 280 Meters on the Sea!
2012 / 2013 Readings:
1) Where Reactor Inventory was vented to, via wind – THE BLACK SUBSTANCE: https://www.facebook.com/notes/311-fukushima-watchdogs/black-substance-rei-shiva-en/126411687499573
2) Where Reactor Inventory was vented to, via wind: 80 km distance to Fukushima: “40 micro sv / hr = 350 Millisievert per year: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10200465957291378&set=vb.1830343586&type=2&theater
3) Where it went on plant site: 25 Sievert near Reactor 2 – That is REACTOR FUEL! http://fukushima-diary.com/2013/12/tepco-attached-a-dosimeter-on-the-top-of-a-pole-moved-it-by-a-minitruck-to-measure-25-svh/
The control rods are made of
>> cadmium (melting point: 321.07 °C, 594.22 K, 609.93 °F)
>> silver (961°C) 1234.93 K, 1763.2 °F)
>> indium (156°C 429.7485 K, 313.8773 °F)
>> The cladding (zirconium), which they found in parts outside the plant: 1857 °C
Melting point of the UO² fuel: 2800°C.
If something goes wrong, the control rods melt first.
On 14 March 2011 at 6:22 pm clock local time there were HUGE emissions of the entire radioactive inventory of the reactor 2 with a subsequent sharp increase in the dose rate to several millisieverts per hour (mSv / h), into various areas. On the following two days there were then more fires and explosions, which were also coming from the reactor 4 which then caused Tepco to measure a local dose of 400 mSv / h. These findings were presented to Toumio Kawata, a fellow of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan, at the 16th Meeting of the Japanese nuclear Commission on 24 May 2011. “Strahlentelex” has his manuscript been made available: http://www.strahlentelex.de/Stx_11_586_S05-06.pdf
and 2014? THEY WANT A CONTROLLED MELTDOWN! http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2014/01/10/japan-nuclear-agency-to-conduct-controlled-meltdown-japan-nuclear-agency-to-conduct-controlled-meltdown
EDIT FROM 2014: http://fukushima-diary.com/2014/01/evidence-to-prove-reactor2-also-possibly-exploded-in-311-was-found-hole-on-suppression-chamber/#comment-1625622
and: hole in Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 suppression pool http://photo.tepco.co.jp/date/2013/201311-j/130313-04j.html
The TEPCO Numbers fit also the flooding of the CTBTO measurement stations in Japan (CTBT global network): http://www.ctbto.org/map/#ims
“Two stations of the CTBTO network, Okinawa and Takasaki, are located in Japan, but 133Xe (XENON) measurements are made only at Takasaki. However, the Takasaki noble gas detections were, for an extended period of time, reaching the dynamic range of the system, meaning that measurements were so high that they became unreliable. Regarding the 137Cs (CESIUM) measurements at Takasaki, there was another problem:”
“During the first passage of the plume at this station, radioactivity entered the interior of the building. This resulted in a serious contamination, meaning that 137Cs shows up continuously in the measurements since the initial event, even when it is completely absent in the ambient air.”
“Both stations are part of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) – The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) foresees a global ban of all nuclear explosions. To verify compliance with the CTBT, a global International Monitoring System (IMS) with four different measurement technologies is currently built up, namely for seismic (170 stations), hydroacoustic (11 stations), infrasound (80 stations) and radionuclide (80 stations) monitoring. 60 particulate monitoring stations are currently delivering data to the International Data Centre of the Preparatory Commission for the CTBTO in Vienna.”
TEPCO invents sometimes fictitious measurements or gets them from the textbook – at the same time CTBTO Data is covered up. BUT: The “Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG) in Vienna, which also has access to the measurement results of the CTBTO, presented at the end of March 2011 a significantly higher leakage of radioactivity from Fukushima, as the Japanese authorities publicly announced – based on their data, the WHO and the IAEA. General Secretary Chan of the WHO said the WHO would publish CTBTO measurement data “only if it’s dangerous values.” If that is the case, they decide “alone”.
The CTBTO stations are all equipped with high-volume aerosol samplers. (…) As part of CTBT treaty monitoring, half of the radionuclide stations shall additionally be equipped with xenon detectors. FLEXPART is also the model operationally used at CTBTO for atmospheric backtracking and at the Austrian Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics for emergency response as well as CTBT verification purposes.
According to estimates by the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), comprised of 60 monitoring stations world-wide under the auspices of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, the first three days of the Fukushima accident alone released about 3.8 x 10 ^ 17 Bq of radioactive Iodine-131. That is about 100 times the official inventory. The Fukushima disaster has also released significant amounts of several other radionuclides which have not even been measured.
The UN General Assembly adopted the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court on July 17, 1998. On July 1, 2002 the statute came into force. “The International Criminal Court is a permanent tribunal to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.” (Wikipedia, 03/25/2011)
Thus far, the ICC has not accepted criminal or civil cases involving the destruction of natural resources and environmental terrorism. The establishment of its authority to do so is long overdue.
In relation to the ongoing accident at Fukushima, responsible officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the operating company (TEPCO) and Japanese nuclear power regulators should be brought before the International Criminal Court and held accountable for their actions.
Failure to aid in tens of thousands of cases and threats to natural resources hundreds of thousands if not millions of people is a Felony.
The behavior of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) following the reactor accident of Fukushima is a scandal. WHO has made public statements trivializing the emergency and ceding all of its responsibilities to the IAEA, citing the treaty of 1957. “What is WHO’s role in nuclear emergencies? Answer by WHO: “Within the United Nations system, the IAEA is the lead agency for coordination of international response to radiation events.” (World Health Organization, Japan Nuclear Concerns, FAQ, 14 March 2011, Geneva)
The IAEA – an organization whose Board of Governors is dominated by and comprised almost entirely of nuclear industry members, holds fast to its opinion that Fukushima should be assessed at Level 5 on the International Rating scale for significant events in nuclear facilities (INES).
The quantity of radioactive Iodine-131 released is a central indicator for the evaluation of nuclear accidents on the INES scale. The release of more than “a few 10 ^ 16 Bq of iodine 131” is classified as a level 7 catastrophic accident this (INES) scale.
Apparently, the IAEA, TEPCO and the Japanese government officials in charge have not clearly stated how much radioactive material has been released throughout the unfolding of the Fukushima disaster.
Due to these figures, the Fukushima accident would have been legitimately classified as INES level 7 before IAEA admitted it, too late!
Thanks to Fukushima-Diary.com! http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/04/emergency-correspondence-between-jp-gov-and-tepco-right-after-311/
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