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« Reply #390 on: Aug 9th, 2016, 4:38pm »

swamp dont't you know thats a cointel site? It doesnt matter whose side.
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After a while you learn these things.I have a gift people tell me for finding things and sticking my nose where i should not,.Abe is just the Ass he is described as..and the factoid was correct..all the rest is just..feathers grin and if you go to link..you will see this was jut part of the article and only thing I needed..
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Radiation in Fukushima was so bad, they couldn’t afford to send people into some places. It turns out, the radiation was so high that even the chrome-domed replacements didn’t fare much better.

http://fukushimaupdate.com/radiation-so-high-at-fukushima-tepcos-robots-cant-survive/

The solution? Robots. The problem? Robots.

"“It takes two years to develop a single-function robot,” Masuda said.

As soon as TEPCO’s robots, co-designed with Toshiba, get close to Reactor 3, their circuitry gets destroyed by the radiation. The robots are designed to “swim” in the radiated pools where the radioactive fuel rods are located, to search for and recover them.

The robots are unable to enter Reactor 3 because of the concentrated levels of radiation compared to the lesser toxic Reactor 4, where 1,535 fuel rod assemblies had previously been removed."


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Lil kim has been stayin' busy.

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Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts say

Date: September 19, 2016
Source: University of Sussex

A team of risk experts who have carried out the biggest-ever analysis of nuclear accidents warn that the next disaster on the scale of Chernobyl or Fukushima may happen much sooner than the public realizes.

Researchers at the University of Sussex, in England, and ETH Zurich, in Switzerland, have analysed more than 200 nuclear accidents, and -- estimating and controlling for effects of industry responses to previous disasters -- provide a grim assessment of the risk of nuclear power.

Their worrying conclusion is that, while nuclear accidents have substantially decreased in frequency, this has been accomplished by the suppression of moderate-to-large events. They estimate that Fukushima- and Chernobyl-scale disasters are still more likely than not once or twice per century, and that accidents on the scale of the 1979 meltdown at Three Mile Island in the USA (a damage cost of about 10 Billion USD) are more likely than not to occur every 10-20 years.

As Dr Spencer Wheatley, the lead author, explains: "We have found that the risk level for nuclear power is extremely high.

"Although we were able to detect the positive impact of the industry responses to accidents such as Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, these did not sufficiently remove the possibility of extreme disasters such as Fukushima. To remove such a possibility would likely require enormous changes to the current fleet of reactors, which is predominantly second-generation technology."

The studies, published in two papers in the journals Energy Research & Social Scienceand Risk Analysis, put fresh pressure on the nuclear industry to be more transparent with data on incidents.

"Flawed and woefully incomplete" public data from the nuclear industry is leading to an over-confident attitude to risk, the study warns. The research team points to the fact that their own independent analysis contains three times as much data as that provided publicly by the industry itself. This is probably because the International Atomic Energy Agency, which compiles the reports, has a dual role of regulating the sector and promoting it.

The research team for this new study gathered their data from reports, academic papers, press releases, public documents and newspaper articles. The result is a dataset that is unprecedented -- being twice the size of the next largest independent analysis. Further, the authors emphasize that the dataset is an important resource that needs to be continually developed and shared with the public.

Professor Benjamin Sovacool of the Sussex Energy Group at the University of Sussex, who co-authored the studies, says: "Our results are sobering. They suggest that the standard methodology used by the International Atomic Energy Agency to predict accidents and incidents -- particularly when focusing on consequences of extreme events -- is problematic.

"The next nuclear accident may be much sooner or more severe than the public realizes."

The team also call for a fundamental rethink of how accidents are rated, arguing that the current method (the discrete seven-point INES scale) is highly imprecise, poorly defined, and often inconsistent.

In their new analysis, the research team provides a cost in US dollars for each incident, taking into account factors such as destruction of property, the cost of emergency response, environmental remediation, evacuation, fines, and insurance claims. And for each death, they added a cost of $6 million, which is the figure used by the US government to calculate the value of a human life.

That new analysis showed that the Fukushima accident in 2011 and the Chernobyl accident in 1986 cost a combined $425 billion -- five times the sum of all the other events put together.

However, these two extremes are rated 7 -- the maximum severity level -- on the INES scale. Fukushima alone would need a score of between 10 and 11 to represent the true magnitude of consequences.

Further, the authors emphasize that such frequency-severity statistical analysis of holistic consequences should be used as a complementary tool to the industry standard Probabilistic Safety Assessment, especially when aggregate consequences are of interest.

Professor Sovacool adds: "The results suggest that catastrophic accidents such as Chernobyl and Fukushima are not relics of the past.

"Even if we introduce new nuclear technology, as long as older facilities remain operational -- likely, given recent trends to extend permits and relicense existing reactors -- their risks, and the aggregate risk of operating the global nuclear fleet, remain."

Finally, the authors emphasize that this work is not comparative in nature, i.e. it does not quantify the risks of other energy sources. It provides a risk assessment for nuclear power alone, thus informing a single criterion, for a single power source, in the selection of a portfolio of multiple power sources, where many criteria must be considered.

Fellow co-author Professor Didier Sornette stresses: "While our studies seem damning of the nuclear industry, other considerations and potential for improvement may actually make nuclear energy attractive in the future."

The 15 most costly nuclear events analysed by the team are:
1. Chernobyl, Ukraine (1986) -- $259 billion
2. Fukushima, Japan (2011) -- $166 billion
3. Tsuruga, Japan (1995) -- $15.5 billion
4. TMI, Pennsylvania, USA (1979) -- $11 billion
5. Beloyarsk, USSR (1977) -- $3.5 billion
6. Sellafield, UK (1969) -- $2.5 billion
7. Athens, Alabama, USA (1985) -- $2.1 billion
8. Jaslovske Bohunice, Czechoslovakia (1977) -- $2 billion
9. Sellafield, UK (1968) -- $1.9 billion
10. Sellafield, UK (1971) -- $1.3 billion
11. Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA (1986) -- $1.2 billion
12. Chapelcross, UK (1967) -- $1.1 billion
13. Chernobyl, Ukraine (1982) -- $1.1 billion
14. Pickering, Canada (1983) -- $1 billion
15. Sellafield, UK (1973) -- $1 billion
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The above post is reprinted from materials provided by University of Sussex. Note: Content may be edited for style and length.
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Journal References:
1. Spencer Wheatley, Benjamin K. Sovacool, Didier Sornette. Reassessing the safety of nuclear power. Energy Research & Social Science, 2016; 15: 96 DOI: 10.1016/j.erss.2015.12.026
2. Spencer Wheatley, Benjamin Sovacool, Didier Sornette. Of Disasters and Dragon Kings: A Statistical Analysis of Nuclear Power Incidents and Accidents. Risk Analysis, 2016; DOI: 10.1111/risa.12587

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« Reply #398 on: Sep 21st, 2016, 9:31pm »

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on September 17 2016 03:26 AM (UTC).

A sinkhole spanning 45 feet in diameter opened at a Mosaic Co phosphate fertilizer facility in Florida, leaking

215 million gallons of "slightly radioactive water,"


a company spokesman said on Friday. Mosaic said the monitoring system at its New Wales facility at Mulberry, Fla., showed a decline in water levels on Aug. 27 from the retention pond of a phosphogypsum stack, a hill of hazardous waste. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive byproduct resulting from the production of phosphate. The Plymouth, Minn.-based company immediately reported the incident to state and federal environmental authorities, Mosaic spokesman Ben Pratt said on Friday. But it did not otherwise report it publicly until posting information on its website on Thursday. The leaked water is enough to fill more than 300 Olympic swimming pools.

The nearly three-week gap between detecting the sinkhole and reporting it to the public is alarming,

said Jacki Lopez, Florida director of the Center for Biological Diversity. "It's hard to trust them when they say 'Don't worry,' when they've been keeping it secret for three weeks," she said. The sinkhole, located about 30 miles from Tampa, damaged the liner system at the base of the stack, causing the pond on top to drain. Seepage continued and the sinkhole reached Florida's aquifer, Mosaic said on its website.

Specific environmental and health concerns are the release of URANIUM, RADIUM and RADON gas, Lopez said.


Once contaminants reach the aquifer, which extends from central Florida to Georgia, they can potentially travel hundreds of miles, she said. "We don't know what the long-term effects will be," Lopez said. "If I were living in this area, and I had well water, I would be worried about my health." Mosaic said it had increased monitoring and sampling of groundwater and found no offsite impact. It also said it pumped water out of the affected pond to reduce the volume of leakage. The company said it is attempting to recover the water through production wells on site. The incident has not interrupted operations at the facility.

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=ED-20160917-55059-USA

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on September 17 2016 03:26 AM (UTC).

Situation Update No. 1
on September 18 2016 04:07 AM (UTC)

Concerns over contaminated wells prompted a handful of protesters to gather in front of Mulberry City Hall. They held signs, hoping to hold the Mosaic Corporation accountable. Last week, we learned a sinkhole opened up beneath a company-owned gypsum stack on August 27 and sucked 215 million gallons of slightly radioactive water into the Florida aquifer. Some are worried that contaminated water will make its way into their private wells. Jessica Broadbent lives a few miles from where the sinkhole swallowed all of that water. "It's going into our water supply," she said. "It affecting our children. Our children's children, eventually, our community. It affects our environment." She adds she is concerned about the lapse in time between when the sinkhole opened, and when the public was made aware of the issue. "Oh, I'm very upset about that," she said. "I think there should've been a hundred percent transparency. The minute there's a leak, a sinkhole, whatever the case may be, there needs to be immediate community involvement and understanding so that there can be transparency. So it doesn't look like a cover up because that's what it looks like." Lee Cole drove to Mulberry from his home in Lake County just north of Orlando. While he's not personally affected by the incident, he wonders what the long term affects will be. "They need transparency," Cole said. "I'm concerned for your children's health. And that should be it. We should all be out there holding Mosaic responsible. Having them do their best to clean this up." Mosaic company representatives contend they have wells to capture the contaminated water. Bruce Mullins wonders, how that works. "If you drop 215 million gallons of water into a moving body of water, how in the world are you going to reclaim even a good portion of that much less any of it?" Mullins said. "I would like to see the science behind that and how they can prove that they have reclaimed this water."

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_update&edis_id=ED-20160917-55059-USA

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« Reply #399 on: Sep 21st, 2016, 9:48pm »

Yep, I've been watching that, Cliff. Absolutely horrific and unforgivable!
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on Sep 21st, 2016, 9:48pm, Swamprat wrote:
Yep, I've been watching that, Cliff. Absolutely horrific and unforgivable!


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User ImageThis aerial photo from Friday shows a massive sinkhole in Mulberry in Polk County, Florida, that opened up underneath a gypsum stack at a Mosaic phosphate fertilizer plant. Tens of millions of gallons of reprocessed water from the fertilizer plant in central Florida are likely to have seeped into the Floridan aquifer. (Jim Damaske/Tampa Bay Times via AP)


http://www.wuft.org/news/2016/09/20/concerns-continue-over-polk-county-phosphate-sinkhole/

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on Sep 21st, 2016, 9:31pm, Cliff-67 wrote:
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on September 17 2016 03:26 AM (UTC).

A sinkhole spanning 45 feet in diameter opened at a Mosaic Co phosphate fertilizer facility in Florida, leaking

215 million gallons of "slightly radioactive water,"


a company spokesman said on Friday. Mosaic said the monitoring system at its New Wales facility at Mulberry, Fla., showed a decline in water levels on Aug. 27 from the retention pond of a phosphogypsum stack, a hill of hazardous waste. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive byproduct resulting from the production of phosphate. The Plymouth, Minn.-based company immediately reported the incident to state and federal environmental authorities, Mosaic spokesman Ben Pratt said on Friday. But it did not otherwise report it publicly until posting information on its website on Thursday. The leaked water is enough to fill more than 300 Olympic swimming pools.

The nearly three-week gap between detecting the sinkhole and reporting it to the public is alarming,

said Jacki Lopez, Florida director of the Center for Biological Diversity. "It's hard to trust them when they say 'Don't worry,' when they've been keeping it secret for three weeks," she said. The sinkhole, located about 30 miles from Tampa, damaged the liner system at the base of the stack, causing the pond on top to drain. Seepage continued and the sinkhole reached Florida's aquifer, Mosaic said on its website.

Specific environmental and health concerns are the release of URANIUM, RADIUM and RADON gas, Lopez said.


Once contaminants reach the aquifer, which extends from central Florida to Georgia, they can potentially travel hundreds of miles, she said. "We don't know what the long-term effects will be," Lopez said. "If I were living in this area, and I had well water, I would be worried about my health." Mosaic said it had increased monitoring and sampling of groundwater and found no offsite impact. It also said it pumped water out of the affected pond to reduce the volume of leakage. The company said it is attempting to recover the water through production wells on site. The incident has not interrupted operations at the facility.

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=ED-20160917-55059-USA

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Situation Update No. 1
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Concerns over contaminated wells prompted a handful of protesters to gather in front of Mulberry City Hall. They held signs, hoping to hold the Mosaic Corporation accountable. Last week, we learned a sinkhole opened up beneath a company-owned gypsum stack on August 27 and sucked 215 million gallons of slightly radioactive water into the Florida aquifer. Some are worried that contaminated water will make its way into their private wells. Jessica Broadbent lives a few miles from where the sinkhole swallowed all of that water. "It's going into our water supply," she said. "It affecting our children. Our children's children, eventually, our community. It affects our environment." She adds she is concerned about the lapse in time between when the sinkhole opened, and when the public was made aware of the issue. "Oh, I'm very upset about that," she said. "I think there should've been a hundred percent transparency. The minute there's a leak, a sinkhole, whatever the case may be, there needs to be immediate community involvement and understanding so that there can be transparency. So it doesn't look like a cover up because that's what it looks like." Lee Cole drove to Mulberry from his home in Lake County just north of Orlando. While he's not personally affected by the incident, he wonders what the long term affects will be. "They need transparency," Cole said. "I'm concerned for your children's health. And that should be it. We should all be out there holding Mosaic responsible. Having them do their best to clean this up." Mosaic company representatives contend they have wells to capture the contaminated water. Bruce Mullins wonders, how that works. "If you drop 215 million gallons of water into a moving body of water, how in the world are you going to reclaim even a good portion of that much less any of it?" Mullins said. "I would like to see the science behind that and how they can prove that they have reclaimed this water."

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_update&edis_id=ED-20160917-55059-USA

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Why didn't the elected officials or company notify the public for a 3 week span ? This aquafier spans from Florida to Georgia.

There are 4 of these facilities in the State of Florida...

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