Monday, November 14, 2011

Photos of Fukushima I Nuke Plant as the Press Were Allowed in on November 12, 2011

(Click on the photos to see them large.)

Reactor 4:

A young worker standing to listen to Goshi Hosono, Minister in charge of the accident, speak:

Both photos were taken by the AP photographer David Guttenfelder.

For more high impact photos, go to page, here.


Anonymous said...

more pictures of Unit 4.
buckled columns, missing wall on level 2.
big badaboom.

Steveo said...

Hydrogen explosion eh? methinks is was a mini nuclear explosion.

Anonymous said...

The young man's face--look at his eyes, under his eyes..this is a very tired and "stressed" young worker at Fukushima. And dark circles as well-God bless him. And probably picked for the "media" event as one of the "healthy" employees. If eyes could speak..

Steveo said...

Caught this from a TEPCO released sampling video. Raw Uranium Pellets just lying in the rubble, very clear cut. Maybe MOX too.

Here is the video, around 4:20 in are these closeups

And here is link to my Nuke info page, with pictures of the pellets screen capped.

Anonymous said...

meds. you forgot them. get your meds now. you will feel better

Anonymous said...

where are the photos of reactor 3? it still looks like a mountain of trash& is still missing on the "official press photos"

Anonymous said...

Steveo, those aren't fuel pellets. They look nothing like fuel pellets. Even if they were fuel pellets, they would have melted from decay heat long ago.

There was no "mini" nuclear explosion, unless you mean there was an explosion that spread nuclear junk far and wide.

There are photos of #3 at the cryptome link that primavera provided.

Lots of real-world ugliness and obfuscation going on by Tepco and the government, so there's no point in trying to create any new conspiracy theories. (Remember the story that building #4 was leaning and was about to fall over? It got so much traction that even Arnie Gundersen started believing it). If you want to buy into every conspiracy theory, the Alexander Higgins blog might be a better place to hang out.

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