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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Analysis of time releases from Fukushima by Christine Dillon Strickland and Paul Langley

This is a pretty impressive "map" of the lies we were told and when were told them and by whom... and pretty ironclad proof that spent fuel pool four was indeed on fire.

Paul Langley
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Paul Langley ^ The time series analysis of the radionuclide emissions from ...
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Author(s) 2013. CC Attribution 3.0 License. The time series analysis of the radionuclide emissions from Fukushima. Daiichi nuclear power plant by online global ...
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Paul Langley " The analysis
period was 40 days, from 11 March to 19 April. We tested two prior emission information. The first information
was JAEA posterior emission (Chino et al., 2011) and the second was NILU prior emission (not posterior) (Stohl
et al.,2011) as our observation data were almost similar to their study.
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Paul Langley The maximum radio nuclei emission occurred
during 15 March, which was larger than prior information."
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Paul Langley 15 March 2011.
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Paul Langley fuel pool 4
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Paul Langley Let's look at the IAEA status report for 15 March 2011 shall we?
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Paul Langley drum roll.
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Paul Langley I need a coffee.
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Paul Langley http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/2011/fukushima150311.html

Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update Log
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Japanese authorities have informed the IAEA that the evacuation of the population from the 20-kilometre zone around Fukushima Daiichi has been successfully completed.
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Paul Langley ^ Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update (15 March 2011, 07:35 UTC)

Japanese authorities have confirmed that the fire at the spent fuel storage pond at the Unit 4 reactor of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was extinguished on 15 March at 02:00 UTC.

Please note that all future communications from the IAEA regarding events in Japan will use the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) standard.

The IAEA continues to liaise with the Japanese authorities and is monitoring the situation as it evolves.
Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update (15 March 2011, 05:15 UTC)

Japanese authorities informed the IAEA that there has been an explosion at the Unit 2 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. The explosion occurred at around 06:20 on 15 March local Japan time.

Japanese authorities also today informed the IAEA at 04:50 CET that the spent fuel storage pond at the Unit 4 reactor of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is on fire and radioactivity is being released directly into the atmosphere.

Dose rates of up to 400 millisievert per hour have been reported at the site. The Japanese authorities are saying that there is a possibility that the fire was caused by a hydrogen explosion.

The IAEA is seeking further information on these developments.

The IAEA continues to liaise with the Japanese authorities and is monitoring the situation as it evolves.
Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update (15 March 2011, 02:35 UTC)

Japanese authorities yesterday reported to the IAEA at 20:05 UTC that the reactors Units 1, 2 and 3 of the Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant are in cold shutdown status. This means that the pressure of the water coolant is at around atmospheric level and the temperature is below 100 °C. Under these conditions, the reactors are considered to be safely under control.

Japanese authorities have also informed the IAEA that teams of experts from Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the plant's operator, are working to restore cooling in the reactor Unit 4 and bring it to cold shutdown.

The IAEA continues to liaise with the Japanese authorities and is monitoring the situation as it evolves.
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Paul Langley Christine Dillon Strickland cold shutdown of unit 4? huh??
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Paul Langley Lets look at the 16th. http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/2011/fukushima160311.html

Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update Log
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Spent fuel that has been removed from a nuclear reactor generates intense heat and is typically stored in a water-filled spent fuel pool to cool it and provide protection from its radioactivity. Water in a spent fuel pool is continuously cooled to remove heat produced by spent fuel assemblies. Acco...
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Paul Langley Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update (16 March 2011, 22:00 UTC)

Temperature of Spent Fuel Pools at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

Spent fuel that has been removed from a nuclear reactor generates intense heat and is typically stored in a water-filled spent fuel pool to cool it and provide protection from its radioactivity. Water in a spent fuel pool is continuously cooled to remove heat produced by spent fuel assemblies. According to IAEA experts, a typical spent fuel pool temperature is kept below 25 °C under normal operating conditions. The temperature of a spent fuel pool is maintained by constant cooling, which requires a constant power source.

Given the intense heat and radiation that spent fuel assemblies can generate, spent fuel pools must be constantly checked for water level and temperature. If fuel is no longer covered by water or temperatures reach a boiling point, fuel can become exposed and create a risk of radioactive release. The concern about the spent fuel pools at Fukushima Daiichi is that sources of power to cool the pools may have been compromised.

The IAEA can confirm the following information regarding the temperatures of the spent nuclear fuel pools at Units 4, 5 and 6 at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant:
Unit 4
14 March, 10:08 UTC: 84 °C
15 March, 10:00 UTC: 84 °C
16 March, 05:00 UTC: no data
Unit 5
14 March, 10:08 UTC: 59.7 °C
15 March, 10:00 UTC: 60.4 °C
16 March, 05:00 UTC: 62.7 °C
Unit 6
14 March, 10:08 UTC: 58.0 °C
15 March, 10:00 UTC: 58.5 °C
16 March, 05:00 UTC: 60.0 °C
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Paul Langley OIC, Cold shut down at Unit 4 occurs apparently when the temp data for that pool = no data.
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Paul Langley funny things arent they.
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Paul Langley How can you have a cold shut of an empty shut down reactor for christs sake. Or am I being too Australian?
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Paul Langley Normal operating temp is 25Celius.
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Paul Langley blog post.
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Paul Langley this appears to be genuine: http://nuclearhistory.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/iaea-150311.jpg

http://nuclearhistory.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/iaea-150311.jpg
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Paul Langley I submit that the fire in fuel pool 4, where a fire of the zirc or not, resulted in damage to the fuel rods and as confirmed now by numerous sources, caused a grave threat to be unleashed. The emergency ramped up. After spending the day trying to rev...See More
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Paul Langley It is all very suspicious.
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Paul Langley I'm still trying to work it out. If it can be shown that the emissions from the fuel pool at No 4 traveled further than current NRC predictions indicate, we are back at WASH and the current predictive model is out the window.
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Paul Langley While the IAEA was keen to inform member states, not one news agency carried the actual IAEA emergency notice. And today many pro nuke sites claim no fire occurred in the fuel pool.
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Paul Langley However, the list of confirmations is very long: http://nuclearhistory.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/iaea-fukushima-nuclear-accident-update-15-march-2011-1410-utc/

IAEA Fukushima Nuclear Accident Update (15 March 2011, 14:10 UTC)
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scattered throughout the net are many sources which deny that a fire occurred at Reactor four on 14 March 2011 (UTC). The previous post gives sources for the reports that a fire in Spent Fuel Pool ...
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Paul Langley The single worst day for emissions from Fuk was the 15 March 2011. And it is certain that the reason for this was damage to the fuel rods in spent fuel pool number 4, which experienced a fire. The nature of the fire is not disclosed in the documents presented by the IAEA. Though we know from NRC transcripts that the lack of water in SFP 4 was debated heavily between NRC and Japan.
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Paul Langley this guy of course claims that there was never a danger posed by sfp 4. However, regardless of what was going on regard to the water level, the fact is there was a fire in the pool. http://atomicinsights.com/2012/10/oak-ridge-researchers-prove-fukushima-unit-4-spent-fuel-pool-never-a-danger.html

Oak Ridge researchers prove Fukushima Unit 4 spent fuel pool NEVER a danger - Atomic Insights
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The temperature in the Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 spent fuel pool never exceeded 90 degrees C and the level in the pool never fell below the top of the used
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Paul Langley Now, let us assume, that the fire in the pool was caused by events external to the pool. ie that it was not a zirc fire. Let's say diesel fuel fell into the pool and burned away, triggered by the H explosion which was related to No 3. No matter how m...See More
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Paul Langley Its for a guy with nothing much to do to have a hobby. Keeps his hands busy so let's leave the blogger himself to his usual activities and refer to the paper his cites. : http://www.new.ans.org/pubs/journals/nt/a_14634

ANS / Publications / Journals / Nuclear Technology / Volume 180 / Number 2 / Pages 205-215
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Dean Wang, Ian C. Gauld, Graydon L. Yoder, Larry J. Ott, George F. Flanagan, Matthew W. Francis, Emilian L. Popov, Juan J. Carbajo, Prashant K. Jain, John C. Wagner, Jess C. Gehin
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Paul Langley Well, the record shows the fire did occur and that the fuel pool 4 did cause a spike in emissions which completely changed the nature of the accident's emissions.
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Paul Langley Un fractionated fission and fuel particle release direct into the air as a direct result of nuclear power. At this point Japan issued Potassium Iodine tablets.
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Paul Langley At this point, the Japanese prime minister told people to stay indoors and shut their doors and windows.
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Paul Langley The earlier Iodine and cesium releases (to be kind) paled comparison to what was released on 15 March 2011. Mr Cook, it was emitted by sfp No 4.
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Paul Langley Of course if such thing did occur on a nuclear sub Mr Cook, we wouldnt get to hear about it. The Thresher is a long way down.
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Christine Dillon Strickland They DID issue the iodine to the local governments, however; the local governments in MOST cases did not distribute it to the populations... and considering that stable iodine is most effective when given 36 hours prior to the iodine cloud reaching you? It was too late too little and I believe is going to bring about the worst wave of thyroid cancers this world has ever been witness to.
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Chernobyl Children Fukushima Children I can not believe in such a small amount. CTBTO does not detect radionuclides in sea.
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Christine Dillon Strickland But WOW! Recall most of us were not aware IAEA was even making reports until sometime into the accident, so most of us did not see the ones that you have unearthed here. I am in shock. Thank you so much for following this thing down the rabbit hole. You do amazing work Paul Langley and I am at your service any way I CAN be.
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Christine Dillon Strickland I am positive whatever numbers are reported by the Japanese government we can multiply by at a minimum of 10 times, at the very least.
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