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Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster What Happened at Fukushima Video Documentary what caused the fukushima daiichi nuclear disaster facts and summary. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster (福島第一原子力発電所事故 Fukushima Dai-ichi was a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, following the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011. It is the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 and only the second disaster (along with Chernobyl) to measure Level 7 on the International Nuclear Event Scale.

The plant comprised six separate boiling water reactors originally designed by General Electric (GE) and maintained by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO). At the time of the quake, reactor 4 had been de-fueled and reactors 5 and 6 were in cold shutdown for planned maintenance. Immediately after the earthquake, the remaining reactors 1–3 shut down automatically and emergency generators came online to power electronics and coolant systems. However, the tsunami following the earthquake quickly flooded the low-lying rooms in which the emergency generators were housed. The flooded generators failed, cutting power to the critical pumps that must continuously circulate coolant water through a Generation II reactor for several days to keep it from melting down after shut down. After the pumps stopped, the reactors overheated due to the normal high radioactive decay heat produced in the first few days after nuclear reactor shutdown (smaller amounts of this heat normally continue to be released for years, but are not enough to cause fuel melting).

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Fukushima NHK Documentary: “Two Years Later”

Le monde après Fukushima Arte

Dans la région de Fukushima, après l’accident nucléaire survenu en 2011, la vie des habitants continue, en intégrant au quotidien la pollution radioactive. Avec gravité, ces familles d’agriculteurs ou de pêcheurs qui s’efforcent désespérément de protéger leurs enfants, poursuivent malgré tout leur activité, encadrée par des outils de contrôle. Attachés à leur terre, ils disent leur haine du nucléaire, que la propagande leur a vendu comme un fleuron de la sécurité industrielle. Une mise en abyme du monde futur, à travers des témoignages de vies fracassées.

Fukushima, chronique d’un désastre.

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water-radiationAn official from the newly created nuclear watchdog told Reuters on Monday that the highly radioactive water seeping into the ocean from Fukushima was creating an “emergency” that Tepco was not containing on its own.

flag-japanHighly radioactive water pouring out of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant  http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/highly-radioactive-water-pouring-out-of-japan-s-fukushima-nuclear-plant-402630  Reuters  August 07, 2013  TokyoHighly radioactive water from Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is pouring out at a rate of 300 tonnes a day, officials said today, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered the government to step in and help in the clean-up.

The revelation amounted to an acknowledgement that plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Corporation (Tepco) has yet to come to grips with the scale of the catastrophe, 2 1/2 years after the plant was hit by a huge earthquake and tsunami. Tepco only recently admitted water had leaked at all.
Calling water containment at the Fukushima Daiichi station an “urgent issue,” Abe ordered the government for the first time to get involved to help struggling Tepco handle the crisis.
The leak from the plant 220 km northeast of Tokyo is enough to fill an Olympic swimming pool in a week. The water is spilling into the Pacific Ocean, but it was not immediately clear how much of a threat it poses.

As early as January this year, Tepco found fish contaminated with high levels of radiation inside a port at the plant. Local fishermen and independent researchers had already suspected a leak of radioactive water, but Tepco denied the claims.

Tetsu Nozaki, the chairman of the Fukushima fisheries federation said he had only heard of the latest estimates of the magnitude of the seepage from media reports.

Environmental group Greenpeace said Tepco had “anxiously hid the leaks” and urged Japan to seek international expertise.

“Greenpeace calls for the Japanese authorities to do all in their power to solve this situation, and that includes increased transparancy…and getting international expertise in to help find solutions,” Dr. Rianne Teule of Greenpeace International said in an emailed statement.

In the weeks after the disaster, the government allowed Tepco to dump tens of thousands of tonnes of contaminated water into the Pacific in an emergency move.

But the escalation of the crisis raises the risk of an even longer and more expensive clean-up, already forecast to take more than 40 years and cost $11 billion.

The admission further dents the credibility of Tepco, criticised for its failure to prepare for the tsunami and earthquake, for a confused response to the disaster and for covering up shortcomings.

Fukushima’s Radioactive Water Leak: What You Should Know

Tanks of radioactive water tower over workers at the disabled Fukushima nuclear plant in March 2013. Tokyo Electric Power admits contaminated water has long been leaking into the Pacific Ocean, defying containment efforts. Japan's government views the situation as "urgent."

Tanks of radioactive water tower over workers at the disabled Fukushima nuclear plant in March 2013. Tokyo Electric Power admits contaminated water has long been leaking into the Pacific Ocean, defying containment efforts. Japan’s government views the situation as “urgent.”

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Pictures: The Nuclear Cleanup Struggle at Fukushima

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Fukushima: Human Impacts


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Publicado el 04/03/2013

Two years have passed since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began but little has changed for the people still struggling with the fallout from the triple meltdown that forced 160,000 from their homes.

The vast majority of those that have lost their homes remain stuck in limbo without proper compensation for their losses from the plant operator, TEPCO, or support to move on with their lives. Families are separated, communities are disintegrating and the level of mistrust in the government’s promises is growing.

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60 Minutes Report: Fukushima Now Radiating Everyone: Will Impact All Of Humanity


Fukushima Now Radiating Everyone: Will Impact All Of Humanity (http://www.youtube.com/peoplejustlikeus) 60 Minutes

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#福島原発 メルトアウト:核燃料が地下水脈に接触の可能性! 佐藤暁氏 6/19

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第9回原発やめろデモ!!!!!(4.25原発やめろ!!!!!トリプルデモ!!!)


『第9回原発やめろデモ!!!!!(4.25原発やめろ!!!!!トリプルデモ!!!)』
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東京都新宿区の脱原発デモ『第9回原発やめろデモ!!!!!(4.25原発やめろ!!!!!トリプルデモ!!!)』の記録映像です。
参加者17名、警官約10名、公安約20名。
素人の乱『原発やめろデモ!!!!!』の第9弾!
今回は1日に3回デモをやる企画で、これはその2回目のデモです。
新宿から都道4号線(青梅街道)を中野方面へひたすら進みました。

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The Fukushima Lie, ZDFzoom p3 (Eng. Subtitles)


ZDFzoom asks how it could come to this catastrophe, and how the Japanese nuclear bosses and government dealt with the crisis. Our research shows even before the catastrophe a network of energy criminals existed who kept serious mistakes and flaws secret to save costs. For decades many Japanese workers and top government officials are forced into silence for bringing up safety concerns. Insiders such as Kei Sugaoka, former safety engineer, speaks about the criminal practices of the company TEPCO.

Documentary by Johannes Hano, camera Heiko Käberich, Toby Marshall

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SAVED BY CHANCE


Entretien “skype” entre Jean Luc Vilmouth du Japon et Dominique Balaÿ de France.
Tous deux parlent de Fukushima Daiichi, l’explosion à la centrale nucléaire japonaise de mars 2011.
L’un est sur place, à 50 kilomètres du réacteur engagé à réaliser un film. L’autre s’y rendra pour enregistrer des sons. Nous somme au printemps 2012.
La photo “Saved by Chance” est de Jean Luc Vilmouth
Lien infos J.L. Vilmouth
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Dominique Balaÿ
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4.7脱原発デモ『No Nukes! NAGOYAデモ』 – TwitNoNukes名古屋


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2012年4月7日(土)13時57分~14時45分

ツイッターでの個人の呼びかけから始まった名古屋ツイッターデモの第1弾『No Nukes! NAGOYAデモ』の記録映像です。
参加者は約260名でした。

(秋山理央遠征デモ撮影の第9弾です。)

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Fukushima Disaster Documentary: Is Nuclear Power Safe? Chernobyl, and Thorium 16 Sept 11


Documentary covering Fukushima, Chernobyl, and alternative nuclear power generation including Thorium. BBC Horizon.

Broadcast 14 september 2011
Length 57 minutes 25 seconds

Six months after the explosions at the Fukushima nuclear plant and the release of radiation there, Professor Jim Al-Khalili sets out to discover whether nuclear power is safe.
He begins in Japan, where he meets some of the tens of thousands of people who have been evacuated from the exclusion zone. He travels to an abandoned village just outside the zone to witness a nuclear clean-up operation.

Jim draws on the latest scientific findings from Japan and from the previous explosion at Chernobyl to understand how dangerous the release of radiation is likely to be and what that means for our trust in nuclear power.

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The Fukushima Disaster


We talk to Steve Filipovic about the ongoing nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan. Several nuclear reactors have ‘melted down’, they are out of control and emitting large amounts of radiation. This is perhaps the biggest single disaster we human beings have ever perpetrated on our planet, and all living things on earth are going to have to pay a heavy price for this corrupt stupidity. The Corporate owned politicians and the corporate owned media remain silent, the disaster is so immense they don’t want us to even think about it, and they intend to keep this industry going because there is money to be made…

Thanks to “electrosyl” for the use of his footage from his video “24th August 2011 10h50 10500cpm Rain Toronto” © 2011 electrosyl

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Face to Face with the Fukushima Disaster from ICTV Victoria on Vimeo.

We talk to Victoria resident and engineer Werner Simbeck
about the ‘melt-downs’ at the Japanese nuclear power plants in Fukushima, following the tsunami in March. This is possibly the most devastating human-caused nightmare in history, so naturally our corporate media and politicians are completely silent. But we’re not…
This program is a must-watch.

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Face to Face with the Fukushima Disaster Pt. 2 from ICTV Victoria on Vimeo.

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