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Wednesday, 4 December 2013

The Government Intentionally Underestimated and Modified the Worst Case Scenario of Fukushima Crisis


The worst scenario of Fukushima crisis, made by Japanese AEC chairman Shunsuke Kondo may not have been the original document and modificated one. This strong doubt is foreshadowed by the newly released document in Tokyo district court and precise analysis of the Kondo document.

As a start, three more questionable points can also be raised to its integrity. Fistly, According to the first report on the document by mainichi shimbun, the document consisted of 20 pages. However, the disclosed edition is only 15 pages.
(To see the all the document, please click here.)

Secondly, in this power point file, the last page suddenly lacks the page namuber (Though the covering page does not have a number, from page 2 to 14 have page numbers in lower right successively ).

Thirdly, it contains awkward inconsistency in itself. In the page numbered 3, five reactors and seven fuel pools are mentioned as a possible radioactivity source (from unit 1 to uni 6, and common fuel pool. Also in time line,about a year.).

But in page numbered 10 only 3reactors and 4fuel pools are depicted as a source.

And in page numbered 12, the radioactivity contamination is reduced from only Unit 4's fuel pool (in time line the matter diminishes into only 2 weeks.)

Next, according to the previous report1535 fuel rods ( 100% from the Unit 4's fuel pool ) were imagined to be melted down in the worst case. However, the real quantity of radioactivity it estimated to be released is limited to only 1096 rods.(About 70% from the Unit4's fuel pool)

( The newest calculation by JNRA which has been submitted to Tokyo district court, in May 31, 2013 )

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