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WEBCAM November 2016
#21
No worries, Horse. Came across this this morning: Getty Images: Destroyed nuclear reactor building exposed at Fukushima plant http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-p...d621068884

Yep, you may want to get rid of that. Just to be sure. Thank you Smile
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#22
Ok, its gone. Would like to know though if it was because I couldn't cite the video I took the grab from or because we aren't supposed to grab from published videos?
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#23
Not knowing if the person who used it in the video bought the license to use it and if they did, if that license would extend to third party users, best to respect Getty's license requirements.
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#24
Photo 
I am glad this was a cloud bank and not a giant tsunami.

Sunrise Fukushima 2016/11/07  
   
 
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#25
(11-05-2016, 06:24 AM)piajensen Wrote: Getty Images: Destroyed nuclear reactor building exposed at Fukushima plant http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-p...d621068884

Pia, the link showed me a small photo taken this year.  There’s probably more recent flyby footage worth looking for to peer inside what’s left of unit 1.   16 of 18 panels removed.  The last two must be the bottom skirt on the south side.   $575 keeps most people from getting a real good look.  I’ll avoid posting any old grabs with that watermark again.  

http://www.gettyimages.com/license/621068884
Quote:Credit: Kyodo News / Contributor
Editorial #: 621068884
Collection: Kyodo News
Photo taken from a Kyodo News airplane on Nov. 4, 2016, shows the destroyed No. 1 reactor building at the disaster-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, after the removal of 16 of 18 panels covering the building. Tokyo Electric Power Co. plans to dismantle the remaining two panels the following week to complete the panel removal work that started in July 2015 as part of decommissioning the plant. (Photo by Kyodo News via Getty Images)
November 04, 2016

No new uploads at sengoku1904 TL archive means the public can no longer look back at anything that might happen at Daiich.   Only thing left is watching Flowplayer on TEPCO’s website to see the tepcams.  There is that tight control of the information, presentation, and delivery.  I think it most discouraging.
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#26
This morning MsMilkyTheClown tweeted a video report that has flyover footage with the panels off of unit 1. The narrator says a few things that don't feel correct so, I'm not sure how accurate he is, But the footage is revealing. 

5:20 Fukushima SFP#1 GONE After Uncovering Reactor? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1LXuKOpw8s

"No new uploads at sengoku1904 TL archive means the public can no longer look back at anything that might happen at Daiichi" ~ Horse. 

That's not good. Waste and Hazmat experts ought be raising heck over restricted information access. If something goes sideways fast, emergency responders and investigators will need that information.
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#27
This morning MsMilkyTheClown tweeted a video report that has flyover footage with the panels off of unit 1. The narrator says a few things that don't feel correct so, 'm not sure how accurate he is, But the footage is revealing. 

5:20 Fukushima SFP#1 GONE After Uncovering Reactor? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1LXuKOpw8s

"No new uploads at sengoku1904 TL archive means the public can no longer look back at anything that might happen at Daiichi" ~ Horse. 

That's not good. Waste and Hazmat experts ought be raising heck over restricted information access. If something goes sideways fast, emergency responders and investigators will need that information.
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#28
The spent fuel pool hiding under the crushing weight of debris in Unit 1 has to be cleared without disturbing the contents.  Fukushima Diary's official TEPCO picture showed a low overhang of debris.  The bird's eye views shows the scale of the debris field.  The public doesn't get to see much of the video and pictures TEPCO has collected.  I would hope emergency responders, waste and hazmat experts would get access to the full data.  There was r4 sfp that leaked and leaned and caught on fire; all cleaned out in a year so they say.  R3's sfp had a fuel handling crane dropped on it in the years of debris removal.  They removed it last summer amid thick Fuku fog.  Still waiting for the new fuel handling crane.  R1's sfp presents much the same problems as R3's did but in an area of higher radiation levels.  Please excuse our radioactive dust during the decommissioning.  If anything does go sideways who would notice?  Things went sideways fast when the three reactor fuel cores melted and nations still risk running those machines to produce electricity.
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#29
I struggled over what language to use when I said "sideways." You are absolutely correct. 
It is difficult to find new and accurate ways to express the concern over TEPCO's ongoing blunders and poor response plans and actions. Taking the walls off R1 without any mitigating technology is so... criminal. Glad I got out of the US, but sorry for those who can't get out. This thinking usually leads me into a rant on agency failures. But, that doesn't seem to make any difference.
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#30
Video 
Fukushima - The Politics of Nuclear Scientists
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNWdumUQA4A

It's not bad politicians, it's a bad public. (paraphrased - George Carlin)

"The culture of the world has become complacent with regard to these sorts of science based threats."

"What I believe Fukushima will do... is to cause everyone to start questioning scientists... to start questioning experts. ...and to start questioning the way in which we see the world in terms of truth that's handed down by experts."
- Dr. Christopher Busby. Aug 2011

Heart   I keep hopin' and prayin' and wishin' and thinkin' people will become aware of this multi-generational, mega-scam of Nuclear Power's DNA Destroying Death Machines.   But it hasn't yet.
 
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#31
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Purplish reflective glow  spot Confused
   
 
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#32
11-10 am I saw the panel removal tool on the crane and thought they might be removing another panel. I couldn’t go to the TL to get a quick view so I slogged thru the recording. They were only moving a panel from the area in front of r1 off to the dockside.  Found a couple sparks to throw in and a bright pink picture of dawn showing the panel tool and a bird flying thru.  

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11-10 052145 spark
11-10 055637 bird 1
11-10 060845 panel
11-10 061601 spark 3f

   

   

   

   
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#33
I don't have a facebook account so I can't see the video TEPCO posted.  Look at the view TEPCO has compared to the tepcam screen grabs we can get.  Last panel removed.  

h/t https://twitter.com/Cecalli_Helper

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialTEPCOen...755043221/

   
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#34
I haven't tried to upload videos here before, I saved the TEPCO vid from FB for you... w/try to load here now.. sys says too large - I'll put it on my youtube... brb ... okay, here it is TEPCO Progress Toward Fuel Removal at Fukushima Daiichi Unit 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4lYaGdU...e=youtu.be
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#35
Thanks Pia, it's a view we don't often get.  Do the insert a video.



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#36
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(11-10-2016, 11:11 PM)Horse Wrote: Thanks Pia, it's a view we don't often get.  Do the insert a video. 
Ahhhh... up top... in the tools bar, I see now!
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#37
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(11-10-2016, 11:11 PM)Horse Wrote: Thanks Pia, it's a view we don't often get.  Do the insert a video. 
Ahhhh... up top... in the tools bar, I see now!
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#38
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(11-10-2016, 11:11 PM)Horse Wrote: Thanks Pia, it's a view we don't often get.  Do the insert a video. 
Ahhhh... up top... in the tools bar, I see now!
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#39
Quote: Cecalli Helper Retweeted

Fredi Terés ‏@FrediTeres  · 10h10 hours ago  

#FUKUSHIMA Reactor 1 Spent Fuel Pool has 70 fuel assemblies with damaged fuel rods. Some 've been there for 40 years
http://ex-skf.blogspot.com.es/2013_11_10_archive.html

Lest we forget what's in those pools, thanks for the link Fredi.  I knew unit 4 had damaged fuel rods so I know it's not empty.  They're getting unit 3 ready.  Buried under a pile of debris is unit 1.  What's inside the fool's pools?

Quote:Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 1 has 70 fuel assemblies damaged before the March 11, 2011 disaster

According to TEPCO, these 70 fuel assemblies had series of problems including leakage of radioactive materials from small [pinhole-size] holes [on fuel rods].

The damaged assemblies are about one-quarter of the 292 spent fuel assemblies stored in the pool. Technologies to remove damaged fuel haven't been established

Removing all the fuel possible should be done.  They bet on semi-permanently storing damaged fuel in the old reactor pool but now the meltdown has produced a highly radioactive environment to work in.
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#40
11-12 06:44 Noticed big shaking on cam4.  More shaking than the wind usually does to that camera.  Cam1 on the isolated building didn't shake.  Checked for latest EQ's, this might be it.  

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/m...770m%22%7D

6.2

24km ENE of Ishinomaki, Japan

2016-11-11 21:42:59 (UTC)

44.8 km



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