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A directory of information regarding the Fukushima nuclear reactor fiasco.

The Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, also known as Fukushima Dai-ichi, is a disabled nuclear power plant located on a 3.5-square-kilometre site in the towns of Okuma and Futaba in the Futaba District of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.

Mainstream media has been significantly underreporting how serious the problem is, how bad the pollution level is, how detrimental this is to the environment including human life.

There has been a major coverup by the powers that be, in part because of how dependent the world has become on nuclear power plants, and the commentary that this becomes on the succeptibility of these plants to natural disasters. One of the take home lessons is that most nuclear plants should be shut down and replaced with clean, safe energy solutions, many of which we feature here at PESWiki.

For example, Brillouin's LENR process could replace the dangerous nuclear reactors with safe, clean heat to drive the turbines in the existing nuclear plants, converting them from ticking time bombs into safe facilities. -- (Sterling D. Allan, September 5, 2013)

Solutions

  • 9th Keshe Public Teaching Workshop - Solutions for Fukushima - "Nuclear warheads are empty toys with what we have released in this workshop." The second part begins at one hour into the Workshop and shows the Keshe Foundation's new 45-minute movie, "Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident clean up". (Free Energy Blog; February 4, 2014)

Problem

"A 45-foot hole in the side of nuclear reactor #4 at the site of the Fukushima power plant in earthquake-ravaged Japan has exposed overheating nuclear fuel rods to the elements. Radiation particles spewing from the spent uranium rods are making their way across the Pacific. These particles have already been detected on passengers arriving into the United States from Japan." -- Bill Heid (March 19, 2011; Off Grid News; http://solutionsfromscience.com)


  • Uncertain Future for Nuclear Energy in Japan as Last Nuclear Reactor is Switched Off - Japan’s last operating nuclear power station was switched off on September 16, 2013. Although the present Government of Japan is decidedly pro-nuclear, at this moment in time it is impossible to predict whether nuclear power will ever be switched back on in Japan. Japan is a very democratic country. (Free Energy Blog; November 1, 2013)
  • High quality analysis of nuclear breakdown - The Union of Concerned Scientists is providing good information with frequent updates. Analysis of how the meltdown is (or is not) happening, with a clear understanding, and diagrams of how the Mark 1 reactors are built. This is good quality information, and it is not clouded nor does it mention the UCS position on nuclear power.


  • Nuclear > Meltdown >
    Japan eyes clean energy revolution after Fukushima - New rules oblige utilities to buy all electricity produced from renewable sources, including solar, wind and geothermal power, at above-market rates for the next two decades, in a bid to stoke “green” power investment. (JapanToday; July 10, 2012)
  • Nuclear > Drawbacks > Meltdown > Fukushima >
    Architect of Reactor 3 warns of massive hydrovolcanic explosion - In a Nov. 17 interview, the architect of Fukushima Daiichi Reactor 3, Uehara Haruo, admitted that it is inevitable that melted fuel went out of the container vessel and sank underground, which is called China syndrome. And as fuel reaches an underground water vein, it will cause contamination and could cause a massive hydrovolcanic explosion. (Fukushima-Diary; November 19, 2011)
  • Nuclear > Drawbacks > Meltdown > Fukushima >
    Fukushima Meltdown Might Have Come With Earthquake, Not Tsunami - As the data from the Fukushima reactor is being reviewed, it looks like the meltdown happened much earlier: 'The fuel rods in the No. 1 reactor were completely exposed to the air and rapidly heating five hours after the quake.' Apparently, the earthquake had caused a crack in the containment vessel. Which means, that even without the generators failing, the meltdown might still have happened. (Reuters; May 16, 2011) 
  • Nuclear > Drawbacks > Meltdown > Fukushima >
    Fukushima Falling Apart - This article details new disclosures from Japan's traditionally closed society on Fukushima. Cracks have formed in reactors #1-3 per the latest NISA report. New admissions of isotopes are hinted at. A number of sources are given showing that the Japanese people are waking up. (PESN; April 13, 2011)
  • Some progress at Fukushima, but no coolant at reactors 3 and 4 - A new explosion rocked the Fukushima No. 2 reactor today, says Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO). That explosion caused new damage to the containment vessel, resulting in a rise in radiation being leaked into the environment (NaturalNews; March 20, 2011)


See also

NUCLEAR FOOTER

TYPES OF REACTORS

NUCLEAR WASTE

SPECIFIC PROJECTS

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