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FREEZE FUKUSHIMA NOW!


Stop the radiation leaks into the ocean at Fukushima. It effects all of us. I need your money to promote a new technical means for containing and minimizing nuclear disaster sites.
Project Time Lock "The Chernobyl Plan"
Project Time Lock Updated: The Fukushima Event

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Embattled Fukushima operator Tepco has been accused of a 'weak sense of crisis', as its failing battle to prevent radioactive water from seeping into the seawater


Consulate of Japan
350 South Grand Avenue, Suite 1700
Los Angeles, CA 90071
TEL: (213) 617-6700

Call the consulate and let them know there is a way to deal with this disaster site.

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Le Chatelier's principle:Le Chatelier's principle qualitatively describes systems of non-instantaneous change; the duration of adjustment depends on the strength of the negative feedback to the initial shock. Le Chatelier's principle also states that when there is an external constraint on a system, a behavioural shift in the system occurs so as to annul the effect of that change. Where a shock initially induces positive feedback (such as thermal runaway), the new equilibrium can be far from the old one, and can take a long time to reach. In some dynamic systems, the end-state cannot be determined from the shock. The principle is typically used to describe closed negative-feedback systems, but applies, in general, to thermodynamically closed and isolated systems in nature, since the second law of thermodynamics ensures that the disequilibrium caused by an instantaneous shock must have a finite half-life.[3] The principle has analogs throughout

#20 Further technical information on Fukushima reactors
#1 Japan Prime Minister orders use of my "chernobyl plan" (Project Timelock) for nuclear disaster containment and clean up.
#2 The Frasch process extracts sulfur from underground
#3 All about Nitrogen
#4 A Liquid Nitrogen Generator-> $6,000 dollars #5 Radioactivity #6 Nitrgogen Generator plants
#7 cryogenic pipe #8 Cryo pump #9 Submersible Cryo Pump
#10 New danger at Fukushima #11 More Serious problem at Fukushima #12 Nuclear incident/accident classifications
#13 Japan needs "outside" help to decommission reactors hit by Tsunami #14 Radioactive ground water under Fukushima nears sea

#15 Chernobyl Shrooms Devour Radiation
#16 Latest Radioactive Leak at Fukushima: How Is It Different?
#17 Reverse Osmosis & RO Membranes #18 Plastic Fusion Fabricators, Huntsville, AL 1-800-356-1480 #19 Gamma Compatible Materials->Crosslinks to gain strength, loses some elongation. All polyethylene radiation stable, low density most resistant.
#21 Fukushima Year 2; Part 1 #22 Fukushima water treatment system achieving performance goals for throughput, cesium removal #23 Fukushima leaks: Japan ponders freezing ground By Matt Smith, CNN updated 10:28 AM EDT, Fri August 9, 2013
#24 Man who battled Japan's nuclear meltdown dies By Yoko Wakatsuki and Katie Hunt, for CNN updated 10:53 AM EDT, Wed July 10, 2013 #25 Power failure hits Fukushima plant in Japan #26 Fukushima messages ‘confusing’: IAEA
#27 Fukushima's Radioactive Ocean Plume to Reach US Waters by 2014 #28 August 30th, 2013 09:02 AM ET Why Fukushima is worse than you think By Mycle Schneider, Special to CNN #29 How Does Directional Drilling Work?
Directional drilling

Fukushima radiation levels spike, company says By Brian Walker, CNN updated 8:52 AM EDT, Sun September 1, 2013

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Advanced Membrane Technologies Stanford University, May 07, 2008 Membrane Types and Factors Affecting Membrane Performance Mark Wilf, Ph.D. Tetra Tech

Nitrogen generator :Dependability Gas separation units have no moving component parts, thus ensuring exceptional reliability. Membranes are highly resistant to vibration and shocks, chemically inert to greases, moisture-insensitive, and capable of operating over a wide temperature range of -40°С to +60°С. With appropriate maintenance, membrane unit useful life ranges between 130,000 and 180,000 hours (15 to 20 years of continuous operation)

Robot Gets Stuck in Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, Upgraded Brothers Continue the Work 1 FEBRUARY 2012

'Dismantling Japan plant to take 40 yrs'

Zirconium alloy

Post Irradiation Examination for the Spent Fuel Samples Fukushima-Daiichi-3

MOX: The Fukushima Word of the Day and Why it’s Bad News By Jeffrey Kluger March 17, 2011 Read more: http://science.time.com/2011/03/17/mox-the-fukushima-word-of-the-day-and-why-its-bad-news/#ixzz2dhJ7RUUd

Compiled Articles about Fukushima

Two Kinds of Ground Freezing Techniques for Tunnel and Open Excavations -> Brine freezing and liquid nitrogen
Tsunami wave diffraction in the news
Japan to spend $470 million in effort to deal with toxic water at Fukushima plant By Jethro Mullen and Yoko Wakatsuki, CNN updated 7:38 AM EDT, Tue September 3, 2013

Japan to fund ice wall to stop reactor leaks

Ground Freezing – Tunneling Methods

Ground Freezing Cool Technology Keeps Contaminants on Ice - See more at: http://www.burnsmcd.com/TechBriefs/Article/Ground-Freezing#sthash.qn2EDCtZ.dpuf

The approach to nuclear contaimnment and control expressed here is recommended for any situation like Fukushima,Japan; Chernobyl,Ukraine; Hanford, Washington State USA; And others

The following is taken from a CNN news report. It details the basic problems, and why they are so serious:

"While the amount of radioactivity released into the environment in March 2011 has been estimated as between 10 percent and 50 percent of the fallout from the Chernobyl accident, the 400,000 tons of contaminated water stored on the Fukushima site contain more than 2.5 times the amount of radioactive cesium dispersed during the 1986 catastrophe in Ukraine. So, where has this huge amount of highly contaminated water enough to fill 160 Olympic-size swimming pools come from? In the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, the reactor cores of units 1, 2 and 3 melted through the reactor vessels into the concrete. Nobody knows how far the molten fuel went through the containment radiation levels in the reactor buildings are lethal, while robots got stuck in the rubble and some never came back out. More from CNN: What Japanese leaders can learn The molten fuel still needs to be cooled constantly and the operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), injects about 400 tons of water into the perforated reactor vessels every day. That water washes out radioactive elements and runs straight through into the basements that were flooded during the tsunami. By 2015, over 600,000 tons of highly radioactive liquid are expected to have accumulated in temporary tanks, some underground, many bolted rather than welded together, and none ever conceived to hold this kind of liquid over the long term. The dangerous fluid is pumped around in four kilometer long makeshift tubes, many of them made of vinyl rather than steel, and plagued with numerous leaks in the winter when the above ground lines get hit by frost. TEPCO’s account of the discovery this month of the leak of 300 tons of highly radioactive water showed a frightening level of amateurism: We found water spread at the bottom level of tanks near the tank No.5... Therefore we checked the water level of this tank and confirmed that the current water level is lower by approximately 3 meters than the normal level. TEPCO reportedly admitted that only 60 of 350 tanks in that area are equipped with volume gauges. Inspection is done visually by a worker with a radiation detector. Meanwhile, the soil around the leaking tank delivered a dose per hour equivalent to the legal limit for nuclear workers for five years. No remote radiation measuring devices, no remote handling."

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