What happened at Fukushima

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Re: What happened at Fukushima

Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 27 Mar 2011, 15:52

http://www.vg.no/nyheter/utenriks/jords ... d=10099577

- Atom-alarm var måletabbe
Avblåser evakuering ved katastroferammet atomkraftverk

VG Nett) I morges ble det slått full alarm da stråleverdiene skjøt i været ved Fukushima-kraftverket i Japan. - Måletabbe, mener kraftverket selv.

Nyheten om at strålingsverdiene ved det katastroferammede kraftverket i Japan var så mye som ti millioner ganger høyere enn normalt, gikk søndag morgen verden rundt.

Målingene var så ekstreme at arbeiderne som de siste ukene har jobbet på spreng med å begrense utslippene, flyktet fra atomkraftverket.

Noen timer senere kommer meldingen om at de skyhøye strålingsverdiene skyldes en tabbe, skriver nyhetsbyrået AP.

- Tallene er ikke troverdige. Vi er veldig leie oss for det som har skjedd, sier pressetalsmann Takashi Kurita ved Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) til nyhetsbyrået. ...


VM: Men journalistene lot seg lure ....
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Power Hour Episode 4: Nuclear Power with Jay Lehr

Innlegg Panther 05 Mai 2011, 16:13

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May 4, 2011 with Alex Epstein

On the latest episode of Power Hour—Alex Epstein’s monthly Internet radio show in which he interviews today’s top energy experts to discuss today’s top energy issues—Mr. Epstein discusses nuclear power with Dr. Jay Lehr, Science Director of the Heartland Institute and a scientist with 50 years of experience in the nuclear industry.
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Re: What happened at Fukushima

Innlegg QIQrrr 14 Jun 2011, 09:23

Reuters, June 13, 2011: At least eight workers trying to bring Japan's crippled nuclear power plant under control have been exposed to more radiation than allowed under new safety standards, government officials said on Monday. [...] The quake and tsunami alone killed about 24,000 people - Japan says eight nuclear workers over-exposed to radiation
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Re: What happened at Fukushima

Innlegg QIQrrr 27 Sep 2013, 07:52

Slate, September 26, 2013: On a heavily guarded campus east of San Francisco stands Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, one of the U.S. government’s premier scientific research facilities. Hours after a massive earthquake and tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011, a team of Livermore scientists mobilized to begin assessing the danger from the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. The 40-odd team members include physicists, meteorologists, computer modelers, and health specialists. Their specialty is major airborne hazards—toxic matter from chemical fires, ash from erupting volcanoes, or radioactive emissions. The scientists’ work—secret at the time and barely known to the public even today—had an enormous impact on Japan’s nuclear crisis, averting a potentially disastrous U.S. overreaction. This tale reveals significant new information about the accident's severity and affords a different perspective on events at Fukushima, which have generally been portrayed as a near Armageddon - Much of what you’ve heard about the nuclear accident is wrong
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