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Smoke spouting out from south of reactor2

This is not sea-fog. White gas was observed spouting out from south of reactor2 on 9/4/2012. It had started already around 10:57 and ended about 11:15.   ↓ Zoomed <Settlement


[Reuters] CEO of GE “Nuclear power hard to justify in cheap gas world”

<Quote> [Reuters] (Reuters) – Nuclear power has become hard to justify as the shale gas revolution creates an abundance of natural gas that makes it the fuel of choice to


Black-ish fog covered Fukushima plant

From 17:00 to 18:00 of 7/2/2012, black-ish fog / steam / smoke / gas / … covered reactor 1 ~4.           Iori Mochizuki

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M5.6 hit Fukushima and radiation level spiked to be 42 μSv/h 4 hours later

At 14:51:51 of 6/28/2012, M5.6 hit Fukushima. Japanese seismic scale was 4. [LINK]       3 hours and 4 hours later, radiation level spiked up in Fukushima. The highest


Holes on the duct of reactor3. Tepco “fixed it with tape.”

  Following up this article..Fukushima worker “The warranty period of the parts for coolant system is 1 year.” The duct of reactor3 PCV gas control system got 8 holes, Tepco


Gas coming up from reactor2

Gas / steam / smoke / water vapor / evaporated electric bill / has been coming up from reactor2.   ↓ Comparison of 6/18 and 6/20 (6/19 was excluded because

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Gas covered reactor 4 on 6/4/2012

Gas / steam/ evaporated water came out from reactor 4 to cover the building around on 6/4/2012. It was from 12:50. ↓ 2:25 ~ ↓ Before ↓ After The weather


Fukushima being yellow

  Since 18:30 5/3/2012 (JST), it has been all yellow in Fukushima live camera. The plants are covered with the thick radioactive gas.     Iori Mochizuki


Massive radioactive gas covering Fukushima plants

    Massive gas covered Fukushima plants from 2:30 ~ 5:00 AM of 5/2/2012 (JST). It looks like it came from around reactor 3, 4. Tepco explained to Japanese comedian


Gas observed near reactor 3

Around 20:30 of 4/16/2012,  gas was observed coming up near reactor 3. ↓ Before gas come up.   ↓ When gas came up.   ↓ After gas came up.