Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as HAARP earthquake?

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Radiation levels at damaged Fukushima-Daiichi nuke plant are continuing to rise... Radiation 1,000 times higher than normal detected. Ministry official: 'Possibility of radioactive leak'...

Will post more as more info comes in....

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Damn.  Nuclear power is great - until something goes wrong.

I was always surprised that the Japanese would embrace nuclear power like they have.
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http://twitter.com/#!/RT_com/status/46325591724662784

Ummm, that was a tweet from RT. Any other links or info?

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Radiation 1,000 times normal at Japan nuke plant
Officials expand evacuation area around quake-damaged Fukushima plant


TOKYO — Radiation reached around 1,000 times the normal level Saturday in the control room of the No. 1 reactor of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency said.

The discovery suggests radioactive steam could spread around the facility operated by Tokyo Electric Power Co., Kyodo news agency reported.

The radiation surge followed Japan's massive earthquake, which caused a power outage that disabled a nuclear reactor's cooling system, triggering the evacuation of about 3,000 residents near the site, as the government declared its first-ever state of emergency at a nuclear plant.

The new surge spurred an expanded evacuation area.

More + Video: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42025882/ns/world_news-asiapacific/

    * MARCH 11, 2011, 4:37 P.M. ET

Tepco: Radiation Could Already Have Leaked At Nuke Plant -Kyodo
http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20110311-714604.html

TOKYO (Dow Jones)--Radioactive substances could have already leaked at the quake-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, the operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501.TO) said Saturday, Kyodo News reported.

Radiation has been more than eight times the normal level at a monitoring post near the main gate of the plant, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency under the industry ministry said. 
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http://twitter.com/#!/RT_com/status/46325591724662784

Ummm, that was a tweet from RT. Any other links or info?

I picked it up from Drudge....looking for more now....

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BBC

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12307698

I am also scanning through Twitter and the foreign press

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Tepco: Radiation Could Already Have Leaked At Nuke Plant -Kyodo
http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20110311-714604.html

TOKYO (Dow Jones)--Radioactive substances could have already leaked at the quake-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, the operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501.TO) said Saturday, Kyodo News reported.

Radiation has been more than eight times the normal level at a monitoring post near the main gate of the plant, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency under the industry ministry said. 

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Kernphysiker Heinz Smital: Tauendfach erhöhte Strahlung bedeutet zumindest partielle Kernschmelze in Fukushima

Physics Heinz Smital: 1000 times higher radiation means partial meltdown (from twitter)

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Damn.  Nuclear power is great - until something goes wrong.

I was always surprised that the Japanese would embrace nuclear power like they have.

I don't believe that people have much to say about it.  They just do what they want, as usual.   I mean wake up if anyone is FOR it.

The radioactive waste from a nuclear power plant doesn't half-life for even a billion years or something!  Then, that waste has to be stored *somewhere.*  Millions of gallons in 50-gallon drums -- where-oh-where,  for the next forever years?  oh, I forgot.  It doesn't matter so long as someone is making a lot of money!

They tried to store radioactive waste barrels from nuclear power plants, at Yucca Mountain, here in NV.  Digging up the inside of an entire mountain, lining it with cement.  Hey, what happens when *that* is full?  Last I knew, the plan was thwarted because NV residents don't feel their State is a waste dump like so many would like it to conveniently Be.

Where did it go?  Where do all those barrels of radioactive waste go? Knowing this bunch in power, probably right into our water supply.

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What a great time to drink alcohol. This stuff is depressing.
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Trouble now at 2nd reactor

Japanese nuclear reactor in peril after deadly earthquake, tsunami off coast

By Steven Mufson
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, March 11, 2011; 5:06 PM

Japanese authorities on Saturday were racing to find ways to deliver new backup generators or batteries to a nuclear power reactor whose cooling facilities were crippled by a loss of power caused by the deadly earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on Friday afternoon.

The reactor, owned by Tokyo Electric Power Co., is drawing on battery power that may last only a few hours. Without electricity, the reactor will not be able to pump water to cool its hot reactor core, possibly leading to a meltdown or some other release of radioactive material.

Japanese authorities ordered the evacuation of about 3,000 residents within a 1.9-mile radius of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and told people within a 16.2-mile radius to remain indoors, according to the Web site of the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) Incident and Emergency Centre.

The cooling problem affects the second of six reactors at the plant, on the east coast of Japan about 200 miles north of Tokyo and south of the heavily damaged town of Sendai.

Separately, Tokyo Electric said it had decided to vent gas from another unit to relieve pressure that had increased 50 percent in the reactor containment vessel. The company said on its Web site that the pressure increase was "assumed to be due to leakage of reactor coolant." It remained unclear where the leak was. The company said it did not think there was leakage of reactor coolant in the containment vessel "at this moment."

There were also reports of elevated radiation levels inside the control room of that reactor unit, which was built 40 years ago.

Altogether, 11 Japanese nuclear reactors shut down automatically, as they were designed to do in case of an earthquake. Japan has 55 nuclear plants and two under construction.

"There's a basic cooling system that requires power, which they don't have," said Glenn McCullough, former chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority, referring to the unit in need of generators. McCullough, who has been keeping track of the situation in Japan, said that, after the tsunami, water had gotten into the diesel generators that would normally have provided backup power.

"The danger is the very thermally hot reactor cores at the plant must be continuously cooled for 24 to 48 hours," said Kevin Kamps, a specialist in nuclear waste at Beyond Nuclear, a group devoted to highlighting the perils of nuclear power. "Without any electricity, the pumps won't be able to pump water through the hot reactor cores to cool them."
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In a statement that confused nuclear experts, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday morning that U.S. Air Force planes in Japan had delivered "coolant" to a nuclear power plant affected by the quake. Nuclear reactors do not use special coolants, only large amounts of pumped water.

"They have very high engineering standards, but one of their plants came under a lot of stress with the earthquake and didn't have enough coolant," she said, "and so Air Force planes were able to deliver that."

An Air Force spokesman at the Pentagon, however, said he was unaware of any deliveries being made by Air Force planes related to the reactor issues.

"To our knowledge, we have delivered nothing in support of the nuclear power plant," Lt. Col. John Haynes said. "Obviously, we stand by to assist with anything they might need." He said the Air Force had received no formal request for help.

Just hours after the quake, Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) declared a heightened state of alert at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, according to the IAEA. NISA said that no release of radiation has been detected.

The evacuation comes after NISA said Friday that a fire broke out at the Onagawa nuclear power plant but was later extinguished.

The plant is about 45 miles north of Sendai, which was badly damaged by the quake and tsunami. Sendai is the population center nearest the epicenter of the quake, and Japan's Kyodo News agency said 200 to 300 bodies had been found so far near the city.

The three reactors at the Onagawa site remained closed.

The key buildings in the Onagawa plant are about 15 meters above sea level, according to the Web site of Tohoku Electric Power, owner of the plant. The company said that was about twice the height of the previous highest tsunami.

Japanese authorities told the IAEA that the Onagawa, Fukushima-Daini and Tokai nuclear power plants shut down automatically and that no radiation release has been detected. The plants have multiple nuclear reactors.

The IAEA said it is seeking details on Fukushima Daiichi and other nuclear power plants and research reactors, including information on off-site and on-site electrical power supplies, cooling systems and the condition of the reactor buildings. Nuclear fuel requires continued cooling even after a plant is shut down, the IAEA noted.

"This is the most challenging seismic event on record, so it is a severe test," McCullough said. "Clearly the Japanese government is taking this very seriously."
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/03/11/AR2011031103673.html

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Cooling fails at 3 reactors at another Japanese nuke plant
http://content.usatoday.com/communities/ondeadline/post/2011/03/cooling-fails-at-3-reactors-at-another-japanese-nuke-plant/1
By Michael Winter, USA TODAY


The cooling system has failed for three reactors at the Fukushima No. 2 nuclear plant, about seven miles from its quake-crippled companion, the Tokyo Electrical Power Co. now says.

The utility, which operates both Fukushima plants, notified the government Saturday morning that the failsafe system at the No. 2 plant stopped working as the coolant water topped the boiling point, the Kyodo news service reports.
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  Radiation poisoning is on a level with the black- plague..
   I have allways been against nuclear energy, shit happens folks and people will die,Yup- this is one indication of the results, Russia's N reactor meltdown was another example.
  Nuclear waste  is another area I could rant about, all kinds of shiiit involved...
  
  
    

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when dealing with batshit crazy psycho from hell false flag operations...sometimes it is worthwhile to think outside the box...

earthquake/tsunami = planes

stuxnet = thermite



how would there be any evidence of stuxnet during a tsunami evacuation of nuke reactors? also, do those reactors use siemens controllers.

And it is not just nuke reactors, it is also power grids, damns, water mains, oil refineries, natural gas pipelines, etc. basically much of the industrial disasters that happened in the movie 2012 could be done with stuxnet and siemens.

not really saying this is a fact, but it may be worthwhile to investigate.
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Nuclear Expert: "Fukushima Has 24 Hours To Avoid A Core Meltdown Scenario"
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bump to follow -- scary stuff!
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #22 on: March 11, 2011, 07:30:38 PM »
So anyone know the direction of the wind at the site?
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #23 on: March 11, 2011, 07:31:08 PM »
Mar. 11, 2011 7:05 PM ET
Japan quake causes emergencies at 5 nuke reactors
JEFF DONNJEFF DONN, Associated Press
http://hosted2.ap.org/APDefault/APWorldNews/Article_2011-03-11-AS-Japan-Quake-Power-Plant/id-7f033bd14c1c4350a0458033a8f0f731

TOKYO (AP) — Japan declared states of emergency for five nuclear reactors at two power plants after the units lost cooling ability in the aftermath of Friday's powerful earthquake. Thousands of residents were evacuated as workers struggled to get the reactors under control to prevent meltdowns.

A single reactor in northeastern Japan had been the focus of much of the concern in the initial hours after the 8.9 magnitude quake, but the government declared new states of emergency at four other reactors in the area Saturday morning.
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #24 on: March 11, 2011, 07:55:48 PM »
Mar. 11, 2011 7:05 PM ET
Japan quake causes emergencies at 5 nuke reactors
JEFF DONNJEFF DONN, Associated Press
http://hosted2.ap.org/APDefault/APWorldNews/Article_2011-03-11-AS-Japan-Quake-Power-Plant/id-7f033bd14c1c4350a0458033a8f0f731

TOKYO (AP) — Japan declared states of emergency for five nuclear reactors at two power plants after the units lost cooling ability in the aftermath of Friday's powerful earthquake. Thousands of residents were evacuated as workers struggled to get the reactors under control to prevent meltdowns.

A single reactor in northeastern Japan had been the focus of much of the concern in the initial hours after the 8.9 magnitude quake, but the government declared new states of emergency at four other reactors in the area Saturday morning.

You know what the real problem is...no one supported DARPA's robotic cheetah project. If NATO had DARPA Cheetahs available NONE OF THIS WOULD BE HAPPENING!!!! And the DARPA Cheetah runs fast, it could have gotten to all 5 reactors and still have time to eat some dead human flesh to recharge its energy system.

Next time all of you slaves better not make fun of DARPA and their Cheetahs because they are just trying to save lives!
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #25 on: March 11, 2011, 08:13:17 PM »
You know what the real problem is...no one supported DARPA's robotic cheetah project. If NATO had DARPA Cheetahs available NONE OF THIS WOULD BE HAPPENING!!!! And the DARPA Cheetah runs fast, it could have gotten to all 5 reactors and still have time to eat some dead human flesh to recharge its energy system.

Next time all of you slaves better not make fun of DARPA and their Cheetahs because they are just trying to save lives!

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #26 on: March 11, 2011, 08:22:05 PM »
Guardian: "The Japanese government is currently holding an emergency meeting on the subject of the Fukushima nuclear p[/lants."

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #27 on: March 11, 2011, 08:22:08 PM »
Good title change.

They couldn't wait to escalate the problem. They are just greasing the skids for NLE2011.
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 Radiation poisoning is on a level with the black- plague..
   I have allways been against nuclear energy, shit happens folks and people will die,Yup- this is one indication of the results, Russia's N reactor meltdown was another example.
  Nuclear waste  is another area I could rant about, all kinds of shiiit involved...
  
      



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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #29 on: March 11, 2011, 08:37:35 PM »
Snap analysis: Japan may have hours to prevent nuclear meltdown

Japanese officials may only have hours to cool reactors that have been disabled by Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami or face a nuclear meltdown.

Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) (9501.T) is racing to cool down the reactor core after a highly unusual "station blackout" -- the total loss of power necessary to keep water circulating through the plant to prevent overheating.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/12/us-japan-quake-nuclear-us-analysis-idUSTRE72B04C20110312

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #30 on: March 11, 2011, 08:55:12 PM »
The Kyodo news agency says the cooling system has failed at three reactors at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture in northeastern Japan and that the coolant water's temperature has reached boiling level.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-japan-quake-nuclear-20110312,0,4134525.story?track=rss

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #31 on: March 11, 2011, 09:26:57 PM »
Snap analysis: Japan may have hours to prevent nuclear meltdown

Japanese officials may only have hours to cool reactors that have been disabled by Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami or face a nuclear meltdown.

Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) (9501.T) is racing to cool down the reactor core after a highly unusual "station blackout" -- the total loss of power necessary to keep water circulating through the plant to prevent overheating.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/12/us-japan-quake-nuclear-us-analysis-idUSTRE72B04C20110312

Wow, thankfully we finally have another "24" scenario!!!!!

People were starting to doubt the utter absurdity of a ticking time bomb, but NATO finally has a somewhat believable noosphere myth-building opportunity to provide an even more batshit crazy "solution" for which they can push on the masses of "shock and awed" sheep.

What do you think will be used to "save us"

will it be DARPA's human flesh eating cheetahs?

will it be some neutrino manipulating guidance system?

will is be SDI lasers?

wil it be remote operational control of SIEMENS systems (a.k.a. STUXNET itself) to counter the likelihood that a similar remote system was used to cause these odd synchronized events (this is similar to PTECH risk management network centric systems being deployed post-9/11 when PTECH and risk management was the largest cause of the 9/11 mass homocide)?

will it be the "missile defense" shield which is really a "precision strike" targeting system?

will it be some rapid deployment force of cybernetically controlled "super soldiers" in Dyncorp exoskeletal protection?

will it be a new form of UAV's which can engage in 360 degre 100,000 megapixel predictive surveillance while deploying tactical chemtrails that can instantly eradicate nuclear fallout?

no one can tell yet, stay tuned for the dramatic turn of events in tonight's episode of "Days of our False Flagged Lives"
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #32 on: March 11, 2011, 09:39:58 PM »
wow climate change and computer hackers destroying the world, we obviously don't have enough taxes and legislation. /sarc
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #33 on: March 11, 2011, 09:59:37 PM »
Japanese Nuclear Meltdown Would Be Hundreds of Times Worse Than Chernobyl

http://www.infowars.com/japanese-nuclear-meltdown-would-be-hundreds-of-times-worse-than-chernobyl/
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #34 on: March 11, 2011, 10:08:31 PM »
Wow, thankfully we finally have another "24" scenario!!!!!

.... stay tuned for the dramatic turn of events in tonight's episode of "Days of our False Flagged Lives"

That's no shit. There has been some new crisis every week for the past few months, which coincides with the average person's attention span.

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #35 on: March 11, 2011, 10:44:36 PM »
Look at this article. It isn't obvious that such a reactor wouldn't be at risk, but this guy says it should have many backup systems and meltdown is very unlikely

http://theenergycollective.com/nathantemple/53384/how-shutdown-and-core-cooling-japanese-reactors-likely-functions

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #36 on: March 12, 2011, 12:27:27 AM »
NHK Live Feed: 21,000 Gallons of water being pumped in. Fuel Rods exposed. Pressure is rising. Possible damage to the container. Operation has been suspended. May try a remote control system.

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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #37 on: March 12, 2011, 12:37:41 AM »

http://ow.ly/4cXEO

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Japan quake-hit plant may be in meltdown

JAPAN'S quake-hit nuclear power plant, the Fukushima No. 1, located about 250km north-east of Tokyo, may be 'experiencing a nuclear meltdown', Kyodo and Jiji news reported on Sunday.


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« Reply #38 on: March 12, 2011, 01:09:01 AM »
Just a quick question:

Anybody ever hear of something called"China Syndrome? ???
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Re: Japan's nuke reactors being hit by Stuxnet as well as tsunami?
« Reply #39 on: March 12, 2011, 01:10:47 AM »
Just a quick question:

Anybody ever hear of something called"China Syndrome? ???

Yes. There was a movie made about it in the 1970's called "The China Syndrome."

Here is a brief description from Wikepedia:

The China Syndrome is the scientific theory that as a result of a nuclear meltdown in which molten reactor core products breach the barriers below them and flow downwards through the floor of the containment building. The origin of the phrase is the myth that molten material from an American reactor could melt through the crust of the Earth and reach China.

Start here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Syndrome

There is tons more on the web....