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Fukushima splashing steam from the cracks in the ground

Breaking News: #Fukushima splashing steam from the cracks in the ground

In early August,an actual Fukushima worker emailed to his friends.
“A lot of the cracks came up in the ground,massive steam is coming up from there.It’s too smoggy here,can’t see a thing.It seems like nuclear reaction is happening underground.Now we are evacuating.Watch out for the direction of wind.”

 

Whistle-blower in the gov


“I’ve heard that steam is coming up from the cracks in the ground.We are afraid of it.”

Another Fukushima worker,
“Near the reactors,there are a lot of the cracks in the ground,steam splashed out from there sometimes.and we have detected 10Sv/h at 6 places unlike gov’s announcement.”

In Fukushima plants,ground is cracking and radioactive steam is splashing out from the cracks.

This has been known among our Japanese community,but we were not sure if it was really true. We did not want to go over the top.

We couldn’t trust it fully because of tweets of another nuc worker. He’s a well known person on Twitter.
He kept stating ,he hasn’t heard of such a thing.

However,this evening,Tepco “confessed” a new fact.

That’s there is a huge pool on the basement floor of Fukushima,which is shared by units 1~4. They stock 6400 nuclear spent fuel rods in it,and groundwater is flowing into the pool through broken duct.

Now the massively contaminated water is in it at least 9.0t.

 

6400 fuel rods is about 140% of the total fuel rods in the reactors.

 

Actually Fukushima nuc plants are built on underground water vein,they always needed to pomp up groundwater. However,because of the accident,they stopped pomp up the water.This fact has not been published yet.

They say Tepco “found” this trouble on 8/13,but they can’t not know the fact since the very beginning of the accident.

Massive steam might have something to do with this.

Possibility 1)
Melt-out fuel rods are reacting underground and keep having hydrovolcanic explosion with groundwater.

Possibility 2)
6400 spent fuel rods are boiling the ground water and it splashes steam from the cracks.

Possilibity 3)


Both.

 

As a matter of fact,most of the aftershocks have epicenter in Fukushima,just around the nuclear plants.
and Fukushima live camera sometimes misses Units because of the too thick smog.
It’s above 30C in Fukushima. Considering the heat,the steam must be really thick.
I wonder what would happen in winter.

 

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19 Responses to “Breaking News: #Fukushima splashing steam from the cracks in the ground”

  1. [...] Workers At Fukushima Report Steam Rising From Cracks In Ground In early August,an actual Fukushima worker emailed to his friends. “A lot of the cracks came up in the ground,massive steam is coming up from there.It’s too smoggy here,can’t see a thing.It seems like nuclear reaction is happening underground.Now we are evacuating.Watch out for the direction of wind.” [...]

    • Ektar says:

      I have been monitoring the Cat Walk camera for the past few months. In July it appeared that black smoke was coming up from the bushes & also around the walk. I also noted changes in the ground on the right below the walk…holes opening releases & then close, repeatedly…also noted the black dots coming from the holes rising & you can see them crossing up over the white walk.
      Aug the plants have grown in, but still same observations only difference is it looks like water is now under the Cat Walk & still see Black & White spots rising.
      And of course ALL of these videos & screen shots show one plant in perfect focus with one next to it totally distorted….not normal, so my guess is screen or photo games or more so the distortion is from HOT HOT HOT coming out of the ground, as the ground changes under the right side Cat Walk mimic the distortion of the video from the Robot toward the end due to extreme Rads.
      THX!

      • cloister says:

        My observations match yours almost perfectly.

        I attempted to detail the very same, over and over again at another forum and was repeatedly attacked for doing so.

        What you have described was clear and plain to see for anyone who watched more than a few minutes at a time. The “pixilated” area on the near-bottom right hand point of view revealed intense activity to me.

        I saw the black stuff coming and going; no idea what that was, and mostly what I thought was an acute hot spot around the vent.

        Before they changed the camera view, I saw black steam spewing from a building across the way from the reactors.

        Thank you for validating what I saw with my own eyes.

  2. [...] above 30C in Fukushima. Considering the heat,the steam must be really thick. Source: fukushima-diary.com, via [...]

  3. [...]  A la centrale de Fukushima, le sol se fissure et de la vapeur radioactive en sort. Cela est connu parmi notre communauté japonaise, mais nous n’étions pas certain que cela soit  »réel ». Nous ne voulions pas aller plus loin. Nous ne pouvions y croire complètement à cause des tweets d’un autre ouvrier du nucléaire. C’est une personne bien connue sur Twitter. Il affirmait qu’il n’en n’avait pas entendu parler. Toutefois, cet après midi TEPCO a reconnu un nouveau fait. Il y a une énorme piscine au niveau des sous-sols de Fukushima partagée entre les unités 1 à 4. Elle contient 6400 barres de combustibles et l’eau des soubassements se déverse dans la piscine à travers une conduite rompue. A présent, l’eau fortement contaminée représente au moins 9 tonnes. 6400 barres de combustibles, c’est à peu prêt 140% du total des barres de combustibles dans les réacteurs. Actuellement les réacteurs de Fukushima sont construits sur un sol parcouru par de l’eau ; ils ont toujours eu besoin de pomper l’eau du sol. Cependant , à cause de l’accident, ils ont cessé de pomper l’eau. Cette information n’a pas été publiée jusqu’à présent. Ils disent que Tepco a découvert ce problème le 13 août mais qu’ils ne pouvaient pas le savoir depuis le début de l’accident. Les jets de vapeurs pourraient avoir quelque chose à voir avec. 1ère possibilité – Le combustible fondu entre en réaction sous terre et continue d’engendrer des explosions  » hydrovolcaniques » avec l’eau du sol. 2ème possibilité- 6400 barres de combustibles font bouillir l’eau dans le sol et cela génére des geysers par les fissures. 3ème possibilité- les deux autres réunies. En fait, la plupart des répliques ont comme épicentre Fukushima, dans le secteur des centrales nucléaires. Et la webcam en direct de Fukushima ne montre plus les unités à cause du brouillard épais. Il fait plus de 30°C à Fukushima. Étant donnée la chaleur, la vapeur doit être vraiment épaisse. Je me demande ce qu’il se passera cet hiver. SOURCE [...]

  4. [...] 4)reports: -http://fukushima-diary.com/2011/08/breaking-news-splashing-steam-from-the-cracks-in-the-ground/#.Tkk… [...]

  5. [...] Breaking News: #Fukushima splashing steam from the cracks in the ground, Fukushima Diary by Mochizuki, August 15, 2011: [...]

  6. [...] signalés par des travailleurs qui sont quelquefois obligés d’évacuer temporairement les lieux (source). Car c’est de la vapeur radioactive. Ce brouillard ne viendrait pas cette fois-ci de [...]



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