illusion is over
Great commentary dude..all they care about it their paychecks….well…they’ll soon realize you can’t eat money,gold,silver
I get a kick out of how YouTube is adding things into my comments now all those numbers and symbols I didn’t put those in there?
illusion is over
tress here in ireland have plenty of growth due to spring..but the leaves are mutated…most curled up..stunted growth..and some already beginning to fall of the trees…guess you are getting the radiation worse in canada..but it’s still happening here.?
I think you’re doing a good job documenting this nightmare.
This world is in a downward spiral and people are completely mesmerized by the propaganda machine.
I think God is going to have his say pretty soon because this world was not meant to be destroyed?
Fukushima Didn’t Just Melt Down: It Melted Through
Years after the Fukushima disaster, we are still hearing more information about the damage that was inflicted on the area. Japanese authorities in charge of the remedy have taken a laid back approach to finding a real solution; waiting until several failed attempts to bother asking for international support.
The severity of the damage had been covered up for an extended amount of time following the incident, only to later reveal that all three nuclear reactors had melted down.
Aside from their melt downs, they also suffered nuclear melt-throughs; nuclear fuel melted through the containment vessels and into or beyond the outer containment vessels. Described as far worse than a core meltdown, the melt-through has been deemed the “worst possibility in a nuclear accident.” The company in charge of the clean-up, TEPCO, has had several setbacks along the way. Not only have they suffered melt-throughs, but they also suffered melt-out damage and widespread radioactive contamination.
It has been over three years since the initial disaster, and at least 18,000 dead or remain missing after the earthquake and consequent tsunami destroyed much of the area. One of the recent operations by the clean-up crew was attempting to use a crane to remove the fuel rods. Thus far, they have removed nearly one-third of the hazardous nuclear fuel rods from the Reactor 4 building as of March this year.
“We will treat the spent fuel in the common pool in a safe manner, using facilities that have the same structure, design and level of safety as our existing operation methods,” a spokeswoman for operator Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) said.
So far, Tepco has removed roughly 462 fuel rod assemblies, which is just under one-third of the total, to the common pool. Of the total, 1,331 assemblies contain spent fuel, while the remainder contain new fuel rods. This is just the beginning of the operation to recover the hazardous material, and the total decommissioning and dismantling process for the plant is expected to take roughly 30 to 40 years. Meanwhile, Japan is reinvesting in this same type of nuclear energy without having even fixed the most recent disaster.