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Good, now we just need to worry about unit 2 at Daiichi; looks like everything's calming down now.
about time, now Japan can spend the next 20 years rebuilding and recovering.
post #1272 of 2836
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Before people get confused:

Fukushima Daini(Plant #2) - Reactor #1, #2, #3 have all reach full cold shutdown and are stable. Reactor #4's cooling system fully repaired and should reach full cold shutdown in the next 24 hours.

Fukushima Daiichi(Plant #1) - Reactor #1 has had no news on it for a while. Emergency cooling operations still on going. Reactor #2 experiencing massive problems and is unstable with a possible containment breach. Reactor #3 also experiencing problems with cooling and is unstable at this time.

Daiichi = where all the explosions have been. We're not out of the woods yet. Daiichi is the last facility reporting problems.

EDIT - INCOMING NEWS 2308 GMT- An explosion is heard at Fukushima's second reactor, the Kyodo news agency reports.
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Breaking News - Kyodo now says that the suppression pool may have been damaged at the second reactor.
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What
So it's done and then suddenly there's another explosion!?

WHAT IS THIS--

EDIT: Ohhh, terrible luck... they just reach shut down and then it starts all over again


Nevermind, just figured out the confusion. Two plants, Daiichi & Daini. Daiichi is still having trouble which just escalated now that all 3 reactors have blown their tops. Daini is safe.
Edited by xd_1771 - 3/14/11 at 4:22pm
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SOMA, Japan — An explosion was heard at a third nuclear reactor in northeastern Japan on Tuesday, Japan's nuclear safety agency reported.

An agency spokesman speaking Tuesday on national television said the explosion was heard at 6:10 a.m. local time.

The apparent explosion comes as Japanese engineers pumped seawater into Unit 2 of the Fkushima Daiichi plant after coolant water levels there dropped, exposing uranium fuel rods.
source

It seems the Uranium may have had some part in it?
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Breaking News - Tokyo Electric Company confirms some staff are being evacuated from it's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant site.
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Breaking News - Kyodo now says that the suppression pool may have been damaged at the second reactor.
Yikes, now this is some of the first really bad news so far. Hopefully they get #2 under control.
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More evacuations + reactor 2's supression pool may be damaged.... = more radiation leaks now?
Oh boy....

EDIT: Realized it's supression pool, not reactor. What about the reactor itself?
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Breaking News - Tokyo Electric Company confirms some staff are being evacuated from it's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant site.
ok now thats some of the worst news so far.
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