lördag 13 juli 2013

Expert: Läget vid Fukushima bortom all kontroll - plötslig ökning av radioaktiviteten 90 gånger

Chefen för Fukushimaanläggningen, Masao Yoshida, som flitigt arbetade dygnet om med sanering efter den radioaktiva katastrofen i Japan, dog nyligen av cancer.  Den officiella japanska historien i media är att dödsfallet hade absolut inget med Fukushima att göra...
Kevin Kamps, från "the radioactive waste watchdog at Beyond Nuclear" intervjuas på RT om läget vid Fukushimaanläggningen...

Dramatisk ökning av radioaktivitet vid Fukushima

Publicerad den 11 jul 2013
This week - we learned that the manager of Japan's crippled Fukishima nuclear plant - Masao Yoshida - died from cancer.  

His illnesses reportedly had nothing to do with the radiation levels at the Fukushima plant that he worked in around the clock alongside a group of men referred to as the "Fukushima Fifty" trying to contain the nuclear crisis in the days and months following the eathquake and tsunami.

But - although Mr. Yoshida's cancer can't be traced back to Fukushima - how many others in Japan may contract cancer in the future that CAN be traced back to Fukushima?

On Tuesday - radioactive contamination of groundwater at the plant surged to levels 90-times greater than they were just three days ago, so what effect is the ongoing Fukushima nuclear crisis having in Japan - and what lessons should we be learning in the United States? Kevin Kamps , the radioactive waste watchdog at Beyond Nuclear joins us to answer these questions.


 Masao Yoshida (nuclear engineer)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Masao Yoshida (吉田 昌郎 Yoshida Masao?, 17 February 1955 – 9 July 2013) was born in Osaka, Japan and was a General Manager in the Nuclear Asset Management Department of the Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc. (TEPCO), Japan. He was the plant manager during the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, where he played a critical role by disobeying corporate headquarter orders to stop using seawater to cool the reactors.[1] According to nuclear physicist (and co-founder of String field theory), Dr. Michio Kaku, the decision to use seawater arguably prevented a much greater disaster.[2] The massive influx of seawater is the only thing that stopped the cores from exploding, according to Dr. Kaku, who added this was a last-ditch effort. Yoshida managed to gain the trust of Prime Minister Naoto Kan, whom he met the day after the tsunami on a plant tour. They had both attended Tokyo Institute of Technology.
On 12 March 2011, about 28 hours after the tsunami struck, TEPCO executives had ordered workers to start injecting seawater into Reactor No. 1. But 21 minutes later, they ordered Yoshida to suspend the operation. Yoshida chose to ignore the order. At 20:05 JST that night, the Japanese government again ordered seawater to be injected into Unit 1.[3]
The week of 7 June 2011, TEPCO gave Yoshida a verbal reprimand for defying the order and not reporting it earlier.
Yoshida was diagnosed with esophageal cancer, which due to the rapidness of its onset was determined to be unrelated to the nuclear accident. He retired as plant manager in early December 2012.[4][5] [6] He underwent an operation for the cancer and later suffered a non-fatal stroke.
Yoshida died on 9 July 2013. He was 58 and is survived by his wife, Yoko, and three sons. "If Yoshida wasn’t there, the disaster could have been much worse”, said Reiko Hachisuka, head of a business group in Okuma town. Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan tweeted a tribute, “I bow in respect for his leadership and decision-making".[7]



 Expert: Läget vid Fukushima bortom all kontroll - plötslig ökning av radioaktiviteten 90 gånger 

2 kommentarer:

  1. --Fukushima Operator Announces Plan to Release Radioactive Water into Pacific--

    The 11 March 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that devastated Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has left TEPCO struggling with a potential public relations disaster ever since.


  2. --Fukushima drainage has 20,000 tons of water with radioactive substance – TEPCO--

    RT. August 06

    Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) said on Tuesday that the drainage system of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant contains more than 20,000 tons of water with high levels of radioactive substances.

    Tepco said that it detected 2.35 billion becquerels of cesium per liter in water located in underground passages at Fukushima which is leaking into the groundwater through cracks in the drainage tunnels - a radiation level roughly the same as that measured in April 2011. The normal level is 150 becquerels of cesium per liter.

    Japan’s nuclear watchdog said on Monday that the highly radioactive water building up inside the plant vaults is creating an “emergency.”[...]




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