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4/28/2013

Japan plans to restart its unrepaired nuclear reactors to celebrate ‘Cesium Week’

In celebration of its “Golden Week” national holiday (3Yen / 2006-05-04), Japan has decided to re-start (japandailypress.com / 2013-03-24) all its unrepaired and failing nuclear reactors
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LDP Renames Golden Week As “Cesium Week” In Honor Of July Reactor Restarts — @DailyGomiuri (@DailyGomiuri) April 28, 2013


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One Response to “Japan plans to restart its unrepaired nuclear reactors to celebrate ‘Cesium Week’”

  1. den4 via email Says:

    Duct Tape policies for Fukushima Apocalypse…
    Nice to know stockpiles of spent fuel rods are still nowhere near getting taken care of properly….

    Fukushima apocalypse: Years of ‘duct tape fixes’ could result in ‘millions of deaths’
    RT NEWS/ August 17, 2013
    Even the tiniest mistake during an operation to extract over 1,300 fuel rods at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan could lead to a series of cascading failures with an apocalyptic outcome, fallout researcher Christina Consolo told RT.
    Fukushima operator TEPCO wants to extract 400 tons worth of spent fuel rods stored in a pool at the plant’s damaged Reactor No. 4. The removal would have to be done manually from the top store of the damaged building in the radiation-contaminated environment.
    In the worst-case scenario, a mishandled rod may go critical, resulting in an above-ground meltdown releasing radioactive fallout with no way to stop it, said Consolo, who is the founder and host of Nuked Radio. But leaving the things as they are is not an option, because statistical risk of a similarly bad outcome increases every day, she said.
    More…

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