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[Column] The same reaction

5/12/2013 Because I’m going back on the road shortly, I was cleaning my room all day. Before the dinner time, I went to a cafe for a change. It was


[Express] “No butterflies, no bees this year in Nikko city Tochigi”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   On 10/14/2012, Fukushima Diary reported “Fukushima citizen, “We didn’t see bugs this summer, children are made carry a portable shrine in

Contaminated water crisis

Radiation level in leakage detector hole water of reservoir No.3 jumped up 5 times much

About the major leakage of highly contaminated water, Tepco has admitted 3 of 7 reservoirs are leaking. According to Tepco, the total β nuclide in leakage detector hole water jumped

Core removing struggle Plant hazard

Reactor1 reaching 49℃, increased by 3℃ within 24 hours

On 5/14/2013, Fukushima Diary reported ”3 thermometers indicating the rapid increase of temperature in reactor1 [URL]” One of the thermometers indicated the temperature of PCV reached 49℃ at 11:00 of


[Reactor2] Air pressure of Suppression Chamber was lower than Dry Well, “can’t purge hydrogen gas”

On 5/13/2013, Fukushima Diary reported “Tepco to start nitrogen gas injection into reactor2 for the first time, “Not knowing the hydrogen gas concentration” [URL]” Tepco is attempting purging hydrogen gas

Cover-ups Plant hazard

Former Fukushima Worker, “Skilled workers would go to foreign plants to cause the shortage of Fukushima workers”

Former Fukushima worker Happy11311 showed his concern about the further shortage of Fukushima workers.   <Translate> I think all I could do is to settle Fukushima nuclear plant somehow. But


Former Fukushima worker, “Fukushima decommissioning cost may be beyond 100 trillion yen”

The former Fukushima worker Happy11311 commented on Twitter that the decommissioning cost may be over 100 trillion yen, or can’t even be estimated. <Translate> I still can’t really understand why