STAFF WRITER – what the Fxck does THAT mean? These assholes won’t even ‘sign their name as the writer’ of the Nuclear Crime Syndicate technobabble propaganda.
The TRUTH IS THOUGH that the radiation levels at all 4 (NOT 3) reactors at Fukushima are still so high that Robots can’t survive very long!! 5 Sieverts will drop you IMMEDIATELY like a sniper round if in direct contact of the ‘gamma shine’ and/or ‘neutron cloud’ it would emit in open air. Yet – after 3 months short of 9 years you still cannot even approach them with a robot! They’re talking about 1K+ Sieverts inside the reactor buildings – outside the buildings rising out of cracks in the ground the radioactive steam, ‘gamma shine’ and/or ‘neutron cloud’ will drop a specially-shielded robot in less than 2 hours!! The neutrons turn the chips into foam basically via the Wigner Effect. Let me try to explain this highly technical and complex issue below..
THERE WILL BE NO FXCKIN’ CLEAN-UP OF FUKUSHIMA — EVER!! CAN YA HEAR ME NOW — NOT EVER!!.. YA GOT IT!! WE’RE ALL FXCKED!!
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Extremely high radiation breaks down Fukushima clean-up robot at damaged nuclear reactor A clean-up mission using a remotely operated robot at Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has had to be aborted, as officials feared they could completely lose control of the probe affected by unexpectedly high levels of radiation. Trends
The robot equipped with a high-pressure water pump and a camera designed to withstand up to 1,000 Sieverts of cumulative exposure had been pulled off the inactive Reactor 2 at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex earlier this week, The Japan Times reported Friday, citing the plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO). The device reportedly broke down just two hour into the probe.
The failure led experts to rethink estimated levels of radiation inside the damaged reactor.
While last week TEPCO said it might stand at 530 Sieverts per hour – a dose that can almost instantly kill a human being, following the latest aborted mission a company official has said a reading of up to 600 Sieverts should be “basically correct.”