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Fukushima disaster cleanup: Technology Doesn't Yet Exist PDF Print E-mail
Written by Legal Lady   
Monday, 08 October 2012 12:10

One and a half years later, the consensus seems to be that the site of the Fukushima nuclear accident cannot be cleaned up or contained until future generations invent the technology to do so, Washington’s Blog notes:

World-renowned physicist Michio Kaku said recently: “It will take years to invent a new generation of robots able to withstand the radiation.” The world leader in decommissioning nuclear reactors, and one of the main contractors hired to clean up Fukushima – EnergySolutions – made a similar point in May:

Concerning the extraction of fuel debris [at Fukushima], “There is no technology which may be directly applied,” said [top EnergySolutions executive] Morant.

A top American government nuclear expert – William D. Magwood – told the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works:

There will need to be new technologies and new methodologies created to be able to enable them to clean the site up and some of these technologies don’t exist yet, so there’s a long way to go with that…There’s a long, long way to go.

(Magwood is a Commissioner for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, former 7-year Director of Nuclear Energy with the U.S. Department of Energy , where he was the senior nuclear technology official in the U. S. government and the senior nuclear technology policy adviser to the Secretary of Energy, and the longest-serving head of the United States' civilian nuclear technology program, serving two Presidents and five Secretaries of Energy from 1998 until 2005.)

Read full story: Fukushima cleanup

Last Updated on Monday, 07 January 2013 13:20
Dangerous Levels of Fukushima Radiation reaching for the West Coast PDF Print E-mail
Written by Eco World   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 10:10

It’s been over a year since natural disaster ravaged a nuclear plant in Fukushima and interrupted the lives of millions of Japanese.

Scientists now fear though that contaminated water is on course to America, and it could be more toxic than thought.

Researchers have released the findings of an intense study into the aftermath of last year’s Fukushima nuclear disaster and warn that the United States isn’t exactly spared just yet.

In fact, scientists now fear that incredibly contaminated ocean waters could be reaching the West Coast of the US in a matter of only five years, and the toxicity of those waves could eventually be worse than what was seen in Japan.

A team of scientists led by Joke F Lübbecke of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory have published the findings of an experiment recently conducted to measure the impact of last year’s nuclear disaster and the results are eye-opening to say the least.

By simulating the spreading of contaminated ocean waters and seeing how currents could carry them across the Pacific from Japan to the US, scientists believe that the worst might be still on the way.

Read More: Dangerous Fukushima Radiation Levels West Coast

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 10:18
Radioactive Tuna in California PDF Print E-mail
Written by EcoWorld   
Friday, 01 June 2012 12:41

Radioactive isotopes from Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster turned up in bluefin tuna caught off California.Those of us looking for evidence of last year nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi in Japan may not need to look any further than their next plate of sushi, Stanford University researchers report.

Massive bluefin tuna have carried radioactive contamination across 6,000 miles of the Pacific Ocean to the California shores - the first time a large migrating fish has been shown to carry radioactivity such a long distance, reported FoxNews. Researchers tested 15 Pacific bluefin tuna that had migrated from Japan to the California coast and found that the levels of radioactive cesium were 10 times higher than the amount measured in tuna off the California coast in the past.

Experts say that is still far below safe-to-eat limits set by the U.S. and Japanese governments.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 13:08
Japan Tsunami Toxic Trash on the West Coast PDF Print E-mail
Written by EcoWorld   
Friday, 25 May 2012 07:38

Though governments and mainstream media have downplayed the disaster in Fukushima, its aftermath continues to threaten the health and wellbeing of humans, animals and the whole environment not only in Japan, but all around the world. Far worse than Chernobyl say experts, the Fukushima catastrophe truly is a nuclear holocaust episode with continuing, long-term consequences that we are only just now beginning to recognize and grasp.Cleanup workers will soon attack a mess of debris from Japan's 2011 tsunami that litters an Alaskan island, as residents in the state gear up to scour their shores for everything from buoys to building material that has floated across the Pacific.

According to Reuters, Japan has estimated 5 million tons of debris lost in sea, leaving 1.5 million tons floating toward the West Coast of the USA. Even if the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that these figures are rough estimates, radioactive elements from Fukushima continue to be quietly delivered through air and ocean currents to soils, drinking water supplies, farms, lawns, children's playgrounds, airplanes and countless other sources.

Observers flying over the Alaska coast have reported the appearance of huge numbers of barrel-sized polystyrene foam buoys, often associated with Japanese oyster farms.

Fukushima Toxic Waste

Last Updated on Friday, 25 May 2012 08:04
Realtime Radiation Map - Japan PDF Print E-mail
Written by RC Christian   
Thursday, 17 May 2012 17:09

Japan Realtime Radiation Map


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