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Thursday, 11 August 2011

12-08-11 Analysis of todays Reports from TEPCO.....

Due to the Tohoku-Chihou-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March
11, 2011, TEPCO's facilities including our nuclear power stations have
been severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and
inconvenience caused.
[We so very very sorry... so sorry we need you to pay for our mess]

With regard to the accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, on
April 17, we have compiled the roadmap towards restoration from the
accident and then we updated the progress status of roadmap considering
the current situation, on July 19. Accomplishment of the Step1 target
"Radiation dose is in steady decline" has been confirmed.
By bringing the reactors and spent fuel pools to a stable cooling
condition and mitigating the release of radioactive materials, we will
make every effort to enable evacuees to return to their homes and for all
citizens to be able to secure a sound life.
[We have no where to send you, so we are sending you back to die]

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
       Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake0
[Due to entire melt through worse than China syndrome at not 1 but 3 nuclear engines]

       (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)
[If they were regular inspections, this shit wouldn't have happened]

- At 10:00 am on August 11, we started transferring of accumulated water
  from inside the Unit 6 turbine building to temporary tanks.
- At 12: 25 pm on August 11, water treatment facility stopped after the
  process abnormal alarm was issued due to the water level of the
  decontamination instrument tank beyond the range measurable by the water
  level indicator. Later we judged it was a malfunction of the indicator
  since there was no abnormality such as the leakage.
[of course it was faulty... it's always the equipment that is faulty. Such that it's probably so close to malfunction or overflow or whatever we'll have to lie.... again...]

We reactivated it at
  12:40 pm using another existing indicator, and then at 12:58 pm resumed
  the operation of the water treatment.
- At 11:20 am on August 11, as we found a little water leakage in the
  primary hose of the circulating cooling equipment for the spent fuel
  pool in the centralized radiation waste treatment facility of Unit 4, we
  covered and reinforced the leakage part with plastic. We are planning to
  replace the hose, etc. We have been continuing circulating cooling of
  the spent fuel pool.

WHAT THE!!????? A "little spill"? of radioactive waste???? "We wrapped it in plastic"??? MY GOD!!!!


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