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Prof. Takeda “Construction of reactor4 damaged the coolant system -reaches 100℃ on 7/5/2012″

Following up this article..[Reactor4] Back-up coolant system failed. Backup power is lost. 47 hours left.   Prof. Takeda [Link] estimates the coolant water of SFP4 will reache 100℃ in the

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[Live] Citizens protesting against restart of Ohi nuclear plant all night – Limitless energy

              Following up this article..Ohi nuclear plant reactor3 will be restarted on 7/1/2012 Anti-nuclear citizens have been protesting against restarting Ohi nuclear plant planned

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[Reactor4] Back-up coolant system failed. Backup power is lost. 47 hours left.

Following up this article..[Reactor4] Coolant system of SFP4 stopped. Tepco is still investigating the cause.   The coolant system is not functioning yet and the back-up unit is out of

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[Reactor4] Coolant system of SFP4 stopped. Tepco is still investigating the cause.

Japanese freelance journalist / comedian Oshidori received emergency email from Tepco.     【東電からのメール】・本日(6月30日)午前6時24分頃、福島第一原子力発電所4号機において、使用済燃料プール代替冷却システム異常に関する警報が発生し、使用済燃料プール代替冷 却システムが自動停止。・その後、現場にて漏えいがないことを確認。(続 — おしどり♀マコリーヌさん (@makomelo) 6月 30, 2012 <Translate> Around 6:24 of 6/30/2012, alarm was given for the

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[WSJ] Huge Tokyo Rally Protests Nuclear Restart

<Quote> [WSJ]   TOKYO—Tens of thousands of people protested against the nation’s first nuclear reactor restarts at the Japanese prime minister’s residence Friday, in one of the largest demonstrations since

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[Washington post] Thousands protest outside Japanese PM’s office before nuclear reactor is turned

<Quote> [Washington Post]   TOKYO — Thousands of people have protested outside the Japanese prime minister’s office before a nuclear reactor is restarted this weekend. At least 10,000 protesters filled

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[New York times] In Tokyo, Thousands Protest the Restarting of a Nuclear Power Plant

<Quote> [New York times]   TOKYO — Shouting antinuclear slogans and beating drums, tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered in front of the prime minister’s residence on Friday, in the

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[Reuters] Japanese protesters fill streets as nuclear re-start looms

<Quote> [Reuters]   (Reuters) – More than 15,000 anti-nuclear protesters blocked streets outside the Japanese prime minister’s office on Friday, beating drums and chanting slogans against the restart of reactors

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[Video] 200,000 demonstration from sky. Noda “It’s a big sound.”

IWJ (Independent web journal), a Japanese independent journalists company chartered a helicopter. Yamamoto Taro reported.   (LINK) (LINK) (LINK) ↓ A nun joined too ↓ From around the world ↓

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[Photos] Demonstration of 200,000 people occupied official residence

The organizer states 200,000 people joined the demonstration. People who joined commented it was more than 4 times as before. Last time, 45,000 people joined. Actually, most of the people