Tepco changed groundwater level data to be “reference” from this week

Following up this article..[Column] Groundwater is possibly 65cm underground already – Press needs to demand Tepco data [URL]

Tepco didn’t measure the groundwater level from the evening of 8/1/2013 to the morning of 8/2/2013.

The groundwater level data has been “reference (lacking accuracy)” since then. The reason is not clear.

It is the data about two borings, No.1-2 and No.1-4, where the groundwater was rising quickly. Especially the groundwater level was rising the fastest in boring No.1-4, but this is the furthest from the planned pump.

(cf, Tepco to start pumping up the rising groundwater from 8/9/2013 / Only one pump in 3,200 m2 area [URL])

Based on their “reference” data, groundwater is already 78cm deep underground.




Truth is not truth because everyone believes in it. It’s the truth because it’s consistent and can’t be rebutted.


Français :

Tepco a changé cette semaine le niveau de “référence” des eaux souterraines


Article lié : [Édito] Les eaux souterraines sont sans doute déjà à 65 cm : La presse devrait demander les données à Tepco

Tepco n’a pas relevé le niveau des eaux souterraines du soir du 1er au matin du 2 août 2013.

Ce niveau était noté “référence (manque de précision)” depuis. La raison n’en est pas claire.
Il s’agit des données de deux forages, Les 1-2 et 1-4, où le niveau montait rapidement. Les eaux montaient le plus vite dans le forage 1-4 mais c’est le plus éloigné de la pompe prévue. (cf. Tepco va commencer le 9 août 2013 son pompage des eaux souterraines : Une seule pompe pour 3 200 m²)
Sur la base de leur donnée de “référence”, les eaux souterraines sont déjà à 78 cm de la surface.


Ce n’est pas la vérité parce que tout le monde y croit. C’est la vérité parce que c’est cohérent et irréfutable.

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August 2013