Trovärdigheten vad gäller all information kring Fukushima torde vid det här laget vara noll. Någon kommer få betala. Korta Hitachi kanske?
“One of the reactors in the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant may have been relying on flawed steel to hold the radiation in its core, according to an engineer who helped build its containment vessel four decades ago.”
“I saved the company billions of yen,” said Tanaka, who says he was paid a 3 million yen bonus and presented with a certificate acknowledging his “extraordinary” effort. “At the time, I felt like a hero,” he said.
“Meanwhile, workers covered the damaged vessel with a sheet, Tanaka said. When Tokyo Electric sent a representative to check on their progress, Hitachi distracted him by wining and dining him, according to Tanaka. Rather than inspecting the part, they spent the day playing golf and soaking in a hot spring, he said.”
Informationen från Japan fortsätter med att skapa total förvirring. Efter att vi nu alla vet att TEPCO förfalskat och givit falsk informationen kring säkerheten i reaktorerna etc, så har vi svårt att lita på någon information som kommer ut från Japan. Situationen verkar kaotisk, där de inblandade försöker tona ner allt och hoppas det går över om de fäller en tår. Under helgen sa man tex att spädbarn kan dricka vatten och mjölk, medan man avråder idag. På nåt sätt känns nedanstående utdrag aktuellt;
“In a way, the worldview of the Party imposed itself most successfully on people incapable of understanding it. They could be made to accept the most flagrant violations of reality, because they never fully grasped the enormity of what was demanded of them, and were not sufficiently interested in public events to notice what was happening.
By lack of understanding they remained sane. They simply swallowed everything, and what they swallowed did them no harm, because it left no residue behind, just as a grain of corn will pass undigested through the body of a bird.”
George Orwell (1984)
- Usa stoppar import av av japansk mat, Tokyos vatten radioaktivt.
- Japans premiärminister råder till är inte “leafy vegetables”.
- På morgonen rapporteras det om ny rök från raktor 3.
“Two European aircraft carriers, the French nuclear-powered Charles de Gaulle (R91) and Italian Giuseppe Garibaldi (551), entered the Libyan theater March 22 as the Western coalition prepared for the fourth day of air and cruise missile strikes against Libya. Their arrival signals that the coalition will soon see a transfer of command from the United States to Europe. The problem, however, is that it is still unclear what shape the European command structure will take. France has proposed the creation of a “political body” comprising European and Arab coalition members to supervise the intervention. But it is unclear how the operation will be led tactically or whether NATO’s command and control structures will be used despite NATO’s refusal to offer its political consent to the intervention, the likely scenario at the moment. “(Stratfor)