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WEBCAM June 2016
#21
(06-14-2016, 12:26 PM)Chasaha Wrote: Good stuff.

Blush   I've been caught by the 'bug' before.   I remember thinking I saw smoke coming from Unit 3 and then nuckelchen spotted bug movement.   Since then, I've always tried to analyze, as best as possible, before making  'best guess' observations.

@horse  Haven't you seen sparks on opposing cams in the same area at near the same times?   I thought that was a possible significant clue.

For some reason, it seems like the blue sparks happen near towers or cranes, metal objects.  
Hmm... maybe?

Thanks Chasaha.  

The ‘best guess’ observations are part of the analysis and that’s why I said ‘good observations’ to all.  Cali spotted something unusual and posted it, kudos.  Sure, we all like to be right, but the important thing was to post it to get the network of watchers involved.  I used to be a smug lurker; right or wrong, my opinions didn’t help anyone else until I started posting.  I respect anyone that puts it out there in a public forum for all to see and critique.  

A spark on both cams – seen ‘em close in time and space but no cigar yet, which brings up other factors.  
* The preset camera time; no matter when I start the feeds, cam4 is roughly 45 seconds later than cam1.  
* The camera angles and small area of shared view throw off perspective and distance judgments.  Objects appear higher in the sky on cam4.  
* Though I see patterns in spark location and color, an abundance of data shows random locations and colors.  

@Califnative, thanks for the maps.  Good reference.  The flying object was quite a catch, wonder if it has to do with the high emissions or maybe the preps for the r3 cover.
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#22
6-15 10:42 watching the crane activity over r3 pit.  

* The camera angles and small area of shared view throw off perspective and distance judgments.  Objects appear higher in the sky on cam4.  

On the right side of the Cam4 view the crane object looks to be almost touching the wall.  
On Cam1 it looks like its dangling way up in the air over r3.  The r3 remote crane as I call it can sometimes be seen in both cams.  Still dangling the same tool for long periods of time over certain locations.

On the left side of the cam4 view I can see the r1 crane crossing the cooling tower.  Can't see the top of the crane in the cam1 view.  

Yesterday 6-14 08:20 on c4 left side I watched a small crane with a big thick 'hangman's noose' loop on the end moving in the foreground.  

On cam 4 in the center the crane on the ground still blocks the view of the activity over the r3 pit.  

6-15 11:10 on cam1 a black object moved up the screen, a second later when it came down it was apparent as a bird.  If it hadn't flown by again I wouldn't know what to think of the black object moving up the screen.  

Chores call ...

6-15 18:00 My point, talking about cranes, was if its hard to figure out the crane positions on both tepcams I'm not going to be able to definitively say a spark, even if on both cams, is actually the same spark from its position.  Finding sparks on cam4 doesn't happen that often.  I try to watch an hour or two in the evening and note spark times.  For cam1 its to see how many in a given time period; looking for spark clusters.  For cam4 I make note but only find some of them.  Found some in the time-lapse videos but still get a few false alarms.  We might find more cam4 sparks if people watching the time-lapse would report suspected spark times.
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#23
"We might find more cam4 sparks if people watching the time-lapse would report suspected spark times."

Yes, time stamping events is our only real hope in later finding associations and giving folks accurate reference points to avoid watching for long periods (time is best spent analyzing what is found). Thanks for the pointer, Horse. We want to be as helpful as possible for people who have other priorities but who want to take part in discovery.
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#24
Looking thru the time lapse videos; sengoku1904

2016.06.16_00.00-03.00.Unit4side
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hkAT2G0sKA
at 0:16/3:00 noticed a possible spark.

6-16 00:16:55 c4 spark blue

   

It’s a blue one beside the metal cooling tower. Wink

Noticed fewer sparks on cam1 the last two weeks but found a few on cam4.  Coupled with the steam eruptions that look to be coming from the common spent fuel pool, my guess is more radiation on the south end of the plant.
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#25
So I looked on cam1 for sparks that might match at that time.  Looked five minutes before and after the 6-16 00:16:55 c4 spark and found three c1 sparks all before the blue c4 spark.  

6-16 00:10:52 spark
6-16 00:15:00 spark
6-16 00:16:12 spark

   

   

   

Again, close but no likely match.  I looked five minutes before and after because I don't know how close either of the camera pre-set times are to the actual time.  When I watch cranes move that can be seen on both cams on side by side monitors; the crane or tool seem to move at the same time without a 45 sec delay in motion.

(06-15-2016, 07:46 AM)piajensen Wrote: "We might find more cam4 sparks if people watching the time-lapse would report suspected spark times."

Yes, time stamping events is our only real hope in later finding associations and giving folks accurate reference points to avoid  watching for long periods (time is best spent analyzing what is found). Thanks for the pointer, Horse. We want to be as helpful as possible for people who have other priorities but who want to take part in discovery.

Agree Pia, without a jst time and the camera I can't find an event in the recordings.  I'll waste a few minutes looking for some event in the recordings especially if I know the time is approximate.  If I see something in real time I'll note the time and know to look just before the noted time.  I'm working on getting better computers for recording to eliminate missing time due to performance issues.  Running low on disk space once again; sometimes wonder if anyone cares about watching tepco cams anymore; so many other priorities.
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#26
Also, another "kill flash now" notice came out via Cyber Sec London news blog in twitter today. That or apply patches for something over 30 known flaws. I dumped flash when the first flaws were noted 2015. But, that does limit my ability to watch webcams, other than what sources post on youtube. 

"Kill Flash now. Or patch these 36 vulnerabilities. Your choiceOne bug being exploited right now in the wild"  http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/06/16/...ash_flaws/
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#27
new Fuku cam (speed up view) shows them lifting heavy things (fuel rod holder sections?)

2016.06.18_09.00-12.00.Unit4side

http://youtu.be/6jH1aT9PwrI

What I wonder is who/how is rigging done? How do they fasten, unfasten the cables that connect the lifted object to the crane? Maybe magnets involved?
 
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#28
(06-18-2016, 12:02 AM)missFrill Wrote: new Fuku cam (speed up view)  shows them lifting heavy things (fuel rod holder sections?)

2016.06.18_09.00-12.00.Unit4side

http://youtu.be/6jH1aT9PwrI

What I wonder is who/how is rigging done? How do they fasten, unfasten the cables that connect the lifted object to the crane?  Maybe magnets involved?

Howdy MissFrill, they probably still use huge hooks, I see them on the ends of cranes doing construction work on the new VA hospital up the road.  The r1 crane looked to have the vacuum cleaner on it although they didn't use it much, wiggled it around and up and down; not a normal day diving into r1.  So I looked at what they were lifting with the r3 crane.  I got the impression they were putting a new structure in place and removing two other structures.  The first structure looks new compared to the other two.  Here's the zooms.

6-18 10:14:07 crane tools
6-18 11:07:26 crane tools
6-18 11:29:27 crane tools

   

   

   
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#29
Pic  6-20 02:51:16 c4 lightening

   

2016.06.20_00.00-03.00.Unit4side
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC5AaIutNks
2:47/ 2:57 for the 02:51:16 c4 lightening

Pic  6-20 03:09:17 c4 lightening

   

2016.06.20_03.00-06.00.Unit4side
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN1hDK4I3rw
0:08/3:00 for the 03:09:17 c4 lightening

40 sec clip just past halfway for the 03:09:17 c4 lightening
https://vimeo.com/171387060





Couple things this lightening show might help us with.  It was hardly noticeable in the time lapse vs real time.  I did see them side by side when I was turning off the monitors for the night.  Haven’t looked at cam1 recording yet or the time lapse; yet to do, to compare event and time.  

Moon transit started on cam1 6-20 at 20:00.
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#30
cesium skies....moderated by uranium plutonium tritium strontium americium et al. ?! fantastic catch, Horse.
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#31
Yes, excellent catch on the 2 light flashes Horse. I was able to see the 2:51:16am cam4 flash on Fuku 3 min. video but the bright flash at 3:09:17am on both cam1 and cam4 were REMOVED! Not surprised, tepco wouldn't want to cause any alarm of course. Something is and has been going on in that area that last couple of months it seems.

My question is, was it really lightening or was it a burst of radiated light from some source that's out of view coming from the leftside on cam1? This reminds me of Nucketchen's earlier vids. Here is one of his video posts here on caferadlab: http://caferadlab.com/thread-51-post-1106.html#pid1106

Your the only one I know who is recording these webcams independently Horse, we (eveyone) would never have known about what you shared here today, a big thank you for all the tedious time and effort you put into recording these webcams.  The 2:51:16 burst is purplish but the 3:09:17 is a brillant white light so again, I wonder if it's an explosion type of reaction coming from inside the plant. This should be a notable event and not overlooked!

I caught this spark on 6-18-16 around the same time 3:05:11am, shooting at an angle off to the left of R1, same area the bright flash is came from. 
   
The early morning sunrise showed intense orange heat vapors rising over R3/R4 at 3:31am, 6-18-16.
   

Also wanted to thank you Horse for enlarging that flying object earlier, it really helped to see the shape of it. Oh, and the BUG! Yes indeed, it was a bug on the dark shadow picture I mentioned earlier. Good thing your here to clarify these things, I completely forgot about bugs. That is why it's so important to keep the "old timers" webcam watchers around to identify these things Smile

 
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(06-20-2016, 02:21 PM)califnative Wrote: Yes, excellent catch on the 2 light flashes Horse. I was able to see the 2:51:16am cam4 flash on Fuku 3 min. video but the bright flash at 3:09:17am on both cam1 and cam4 were REMOVED! Not surprised, tepco wouldn't want to cause any alarm of course. Something is and has been going on in that area that last couple of months it seems.

My question is, was it really lightening or was it a burst of radiated light from some source that's out of view coming from the left side on cam1? This reminds me of Nuckelchen's earlier vids. Here is one of his video posts here on caferadlab: http://caferadlab.com/thread-51-post-1106.html#pid1106

Good question.  Cam1 had water dripping down the screen, so, obviously raining in the area.  It surprised me too that I could find the first cam4 lightening at 02:51:16 on the time lapse but the 03:09:17 lightening  which was so intense couldn’t be found.  I couldn’t find the c1 lightening in the time lapse and the c1 recordings showed both lightening strikes only faintly.  

Normal lightening or lightening attracted to the ionizing radiation at the plant?  Normal fog or radiation enhanced Fuku fog?  

Pic  6-20 02:50:33 c1 lightening

   

Vid  6-20 02:50:33 c1 lightening





Here’s the only ammo I have.  I counted 11 sparks on cam1 in the 18 minutes from the 6-20 02:50:33 lightening to the 6-20 03:09:16 lightening.  Seven minutes after the first lightening; a burst of sparks start firing off every couple minutes; like something fizzling for a bit right before the second intense lightening.  

Pic   6-20 02:57:06 spark

   

Spark times:

6-20 02:57:06 spark
6-20 02:57:22 spark
6-20 02:59:30 spark
6-20 02:59:40 spark
6-20 03:00:54 spark
6-20 03:03:17 spark
6-20 03:03:40 spark
6-20 03:04:10 spark
6-20 03:06:14 spark
6-20 03:07:25 spark
6-20 03:09:16 spark

Pic 6-20 03:09:16 spark

   

Pic 6-20 03:08:33 c1 lightening

   

Vid 6-20 03:08:33 c1 lightening





More on lightning in an electric universe.  

https://www.sott.net/article/320617-Elec...increasing

Adding radioactive gases krypton and xenon in massive amounts to the lower atmosphere hasn't been studied much; unfortunately, that experiment has already begun.
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#33
(06-20-2016, 02:21 PM)califnative Wrote: Your the only one I know who is recording these webcams independently Horse, we (eveyone) would never have known about what you shared here today, a big thank you for all the tedious time and effort you put into recording these webcams.  The 2:51:16 burst is purplish but the 3:09:17 is a brillant white light so again, I wonder if it's an explosion type of reaction coming from inside the plant. This should be a notable event and not overlooked!

I caught this spark on 6-18-16 around the same time 3:05:11am, shooting at an angle off to the left of R1, same area the bright flash is came from.

The early morning sunrise showed intense orange heat vapors rising over R3/R4 at 3:31am, 6-18-16.

Also wanted to thank you Horse for enlarging that flying object earlier, it really helped to see the shape of it. Oh, and the BUG! Yes indeed, it was a bug on the dark shadow picture I mentioned earlier. Good thing your here to clarify these things, I completely forgot about bugs. That is why it's so important to keep the "old timers" webcam watchers around to identify these things Smile

Thanks for the encouragement, Califnative.  You and Chasaha have contributed quite a bit.  Wish more of the "old timers" webcam watchers would post.  Even the enenews webcam forum hasn’t recovered much interest.  We all miss out when no one sees those split second events or reports on the colorful emissions over the plant. Demands on my time have reduced the time I have to watch and put something together to post.  It's work as you well know but I still think its a good idea to keep an eye on Dai-Ichi and document the ongoing disaster so tepco can't hide behind all of their lies.

6-23 20:00 webs on cam4.  Cam1 had a couple sparks; raindrops dripping down; curious striped lights on the r1 tent, at 20:16 they show on both the north face and the west face next to the bright spotlight.  20:22 c1 spark. And check c4 at 20:24 for a spark.  Striped lights get very bright in the rain, maybe standing water reflecting light.  20:27 c1 spark.  Does rain water contaminate the open r1 and r3 spent fuel pools and cause any reaction?
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(06-21-2016, 07:56 AM)Horse Wrote:
(06-20-2016, 02:21 PM)califnative Wrote: My question is, was it really lightening or was it a burst of radiated light from some source that's out of view coming from the left side on cam1? This reminds me of Nuckelchen's earlier vids. Here is one of his video posts here on caferadlab: http://caferadlab.com/thread-51-post-1106.html#pid1106

Good question.  Cam1 had water dripping down the screen, so, obviously raining in the area.  It surprised me too that I could find the first cam4 lightening at 02:51:16 on the time lapse but the 03:09:17 lightening  which was so intense couldn’t be found.  I couldn’t find the c1 lightening in the time lapse and the c1 recordings showed both lightening strikes only faintly.  

Normal lightening or lightening attracted to the ionizing radiation at the plant?  Normal fog or radiation enhanced Fuku fog?  

Here’s the only ammo I have.  I counted 11 sparks on cam1 in the 18 minutes from the 6-20 02:50:33 lightening to the 6-20 03:09:16 lightening.  Seven minutes after the first lightening; a burst of sparks start firing off every couple minutes; like something fizzling for a bit right before the second intense lightening.  

Spark times:

6-20 02:57:06 spark
6-20 02:57:22 spark
6-20 02:59:30 spark
6-20 02:59:40 spark
6-20 03:00:54 spark
6-20 03:03:17 spark
6-20 03:03:40 spark
6-20 03:04:10 spark
6-20 03:06:14 spark
6-20 03:07:25 spark
6-20 03:09:16 spark

Further comments; no visible arcs in the sky this time, just flashes coming from off screen.  The ionizing radiation steaming from various locations in the plant concentrated in the air will act as a lightning rod providing a conductive path to earth ground for developing electrical discharges.  Suppose lightning, like earthquakes, can shake up fuel melts and cause more fizzling and a sudden burst of spark activity.  The rate of one spark a minute is high, even if only for a while; more radiation being created.  The rain washing fallout from the sky should increase some radiation readings in Japan.  

@Cali, It’s feasible that ionizing radiation steaming out of the common pool could go from being plasma in dark mode to plasma in arc mode in an electric storm causing a flash of light.   Tepcams were aimed away from the area where flashes occurred in the early days; not going to get a view of that, so no proof.  You know I’m still suspicious of the light flashes and steam coming from the part of the common pool that’s out of camera view and the various lights in r1.  I can’t identify the source of the flash but I can say the sudden spark rate increase points to more radiologic activity.  

@Chasaha, The sparks were smaller and less bright in the pouring rain.   Lots of steaming dims the sparks too, compared to clear dry nights with big bright sparks.  About those blue sparks; most of the sparks that only flash in one frame are blue, makes me think they’re the fast ones.  

6-23 20:00 to 21:00:45 started with a distortion followed by 15 sparks. The suspected c4 spark turned out to be a quick flash of blue from a web that caught my eye.
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#35
Hi Horse - kudos in catching all these light flashes and recording them in your videos. I'm not good at explaining what's happening or rather how things happening at Fuku but I agree, due to the rainy weather, I imagine those were flashes of lightning from the stormy weather. But I'm more inclined to believe the brilliant light flash at 3:09:17am was caused by a reaction from one of the buildings. The direction it's coming from (on the left of R1, cam1) is a building labeled "Extra-High Voltage Switching Yard 275kV) mentioned on Wikimapia.  http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=37.422...8&z=17&m=b

I don't know if this high voltage building is still active but perhaps that's where the intense light was coming from. That flash is too bright for lightning in my opinion, and it's no wonder tepco removed it from the 3 min. youtube time lapsed video. 

Horse: "I counted 11 sparks on cam1 in the 18 minutes from the 6-20 02:50:33 lightening to the 6-20 03:09:16 lightening.  Seven minutes after the first lightening; a burst of sparks start firing off every couple minutes; like something fizzling for a bit right before the second intense lightening."  

That intensity reminded me of Nuckelchen's classic video he recorded right after the meltdown. I can't find that video unfortunately, even on his Youtube channel. I did want to point out this video that shows a sky blip flash at the 0:03 mark (which we have been capturing more of lately) and what looks like the exposed common spent fuel pool radiating  from the original cam1 angle in front of R1. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDnpEPCruy0

The 3:09:17 light flash is disturbing and makes me wonder that things are really getting out of control more than ever. It seems since the ice wall was finished there's more steamy/fog flying in and out of the plant. Very similar to Nuckelchens early video's as well.

Horse: @Cali, It’s feasible that ionizing radiation steaming out of the common pool could go from being plasma in dark mode to plasma in arc mode in an electric storm causing a flash of light. Tepcams were aimed away from the area where flashes occurred in the early days; not going to get a view of that, so no proof.  You know I’m still suspicious of the light flashes and steam coming from the part of the common pool that’s out of camera view and the various lights in r1.  I can’t identify the source of the flash but I can say the sudden spark rate increase points to more radiologic activity.

Very suspicious indeed Horse. Also wanted to mention TBS/JNN webcam has been off-line every time I try to view it, at least the last 4-5 days now. That is never a good sign.

Thanks again for monitoring and recording. I can't post to CafeRadLab as much as I'd like too and apologize ahead of time for taking a long time to respond. 

 
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Hi Califnative, you pulled a good enough example out of the archives.

2011 09 02 FUKUSHIMA LIVESTREAM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDnpEPCruy0
0:03/3:12

pic 2011-09-02  182943  light flash

   

2 more pics from Nuckelchen’s utube video with sparks, before and after a camera filter change.  

2011-09-02  184308

   

2011-09-02  184838

   

Narrow the field of view down to what we see today; just the edge of the rising steamy radioactive vapors and a flash of light with no identifiable source.  Spark rates as high as in the early days.  Notice the filter change modified the color/lack of color in the sparks.
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(06-25-2016, 08:35 PM)Horse Wrote: Narrow the field of view down to what we see today; just the edge of the rising steamy radioactive vapors and a flash of light with no identifiable source.  Spark rates as high as in the early days.  Notice the filter change modified the color/lack of color in the sparks.


"Spark rates as high as in the early days."

IMO - Things haven't changed much since the initial MELTDOWNS.   The highly radioactive contamination, like never seen or dreamed of before, continues and will continue for, an as yet undetermined, extremely long time.   The entire planet is now an idiotic nightmarish experiment gone bad.   So devastating it's difficult for most talk about or even comprehend.  

Yet here it is before our very eyes. 

IMO -2 The main focus for TEPCO now is to attempt to prevent further catastrophic failures.   Such as the CSFP. 

I wonder what the next tsunami will do?   Huh
 
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We need to be mindful of the terms we use -

Three Melt-throughs occurred. Chernobyl was a Melt-down. Fukushima rads drilled through the base of three containment vessels, through the concrete beneath, and into earth and groundwater flows beneath.
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#39
This increase of steamy fog in and around the plant the last two months is also reflected in Nuckelchen's earlier vid's. I also think Nuck had the right idea in enhancing the video with a colored filter so we can see the hot spots better. I'd like to find a free software that could do the same thing. Areas if interest are hidden fireworks behind R4 seashore horizon, R3, CSFP, and the energy bursts coming from the left of cam4 at night. I see the intense pixelation, applying an enhance color filter would help. 

Here is an excellent video showing various color filtering starting around the 2:00 mark. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LyGdkHB7og
I wonder what where what happened to Nuckelchen? No new vid's on his YouTube website.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCATDUST...-F43KE-p_A

Horse: "Spark rates as high as in the early days." - Yes, and the swirling fog now!

TBS/JNN webcam STILL off-line for the last 4-5 days. Wonder if it's because of the area you can't see on the left of cam4, the area where the brilliant light flash Horse captured. 
   

 
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Here’s a scenario that came to mind.  The first 6-20 02:50:33 lightening was normal lightening attracted to the ionized plume of emissions over the plant that triggered nuclear reactions leading to the second brighter 6-20 03:09:16 lightening.  If Califnative is right about tepco deliberately removing events from the time lapse videos they might have left a clue that the second brighter flash was nuclear related because it was removed. I agree with Cali that TBS/JNN being off air for days is also suspicious.    

The plume of emissions from the fuel melts is mostly noble radioactive gases that are not considered very harmful to man because they are inert gases and are not readily absorbed.  Adding these highly conductive gases to the atmosphere will have serious consequences that do affect mankind.  

h/t https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/20...eview=true
Climate Risks from Nuclear Power. Radioactive Krypton 85: Atmospheric-Electrical and Air-Chemical Effects of Ionizing Radiation in the Atmosphere

http://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi/9101E...01EI5M.PDF

pg. 83 of pdf

Quote:“The radioactive materials created in the fuel are fission products and actinides.  Most of these radioactive materials will remain in the uranium dioxide fuel pellets; however, the volatile radionuclides will diffuse from the fuel.  These radioactive materials (and their daughter products) enter the coolant through defects in the fuel cladding.  The non volatile radioactive materials are removed by the coolant purification system.  The separation and storage of the gaseous and volatile materials, on the other hand, is difficult, and after a period of holdup to reduce radioactivity through the decay of the shorter half-life radionuclides, these gaseous and volatile materials are released to the atmosphere.  The major radionuclides released to the environment are the gases:  tritium, radiokrypton, and radioxenon; radioiodine, which is highly volatile at reactor temperatures; and carbon-14 as carbon dioxide.”

Radioactive materials and daughters can escape thru defects in the zirconium fuel cladding.  There isn’t a purification system for the nonvolatile radioactive material or holdup times for the gaseous and volatile radioactive materials in ‘out of containment’ nuclear reactions like the Dai-Ichi reactor fuel melts.
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