Thursday, November 24, 2011

TEPCO Had the Dust Sampling Data from March 11, and Didn't Tell the Rest of Us Until November 24

From the tweets (here, here and here; in Japanese) of independent journalist Ryuichi Kino, from the TEPCO/government joint press conference on November 24, 2011:


Specs of the monitoring car that I asked about in the last press conference: dust sampling, air radiation level, neutron detection, wind speed and strength, etc., according to TEPCO's Matsumoto. So I asked, "Weren't you then doing the dust sampling from March 11?" Matsumoto answered as a matter of fact, "Yes." At that time in March, TEPCO said they weren't.


I think it was March 21 when TEPCO announced the result of the dust sampling for the first time. The explanation was that the samples were collected on March 18 and 19, and they were brought to Fukushima II and analyzed. Since the analyzer at Fuku-I was unusable, they weren't doing any dust sampling, there was no need - that was the explanation.


Matsumoto said he confirmed that the data was uploaded at the NISA's home page, and he will find out why it is not on TEPCO's home page. This TEPCO's attitude toward disclosure of March information is very problematic... If the result of dust sampling analysis was disclosed at that time, it might have proven the core meltdown. Did they hide?

I wonder. If you believe TEPCO (and the government), you will ______ (fill in the blank as you like).

I'll try to find that data on the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency's website tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

Anything about neutrons having been detected in that period?

Anonymous said...

I wonder. If you believe TEPCO (and the government), you will ______ (fill in the blank as you like).

What should I do as I am not a believer?

(Of the je§uit led b-star-s.)

Anonymous said...

Stick the je§uits back up your butt and fuck off this blog. You are f'ing worse than Methman was on ZH.

Anonymous said...

google-translation, german news-paper dated 3-23-11:
The operator, the company Tepco said, also on Wednesday that it had early last week measured 13 times more neutron beams approximately 1.5 km away from the reactors. This suggests that was released from damaged fuel elements, uranium or plutonium in small quantities and went down to the power plant site.

Anonymous said...

So what were the results of the dust sample??

(By the way, the neutron beam story above is old news - and its a lousy translation, or a lousy understanding of the significance of the detections of neutrons.)

arevamirpal::laprimavera said...

I give up. Trying to find that data TEPCO's Matsumoto said is in the NISA's website. The site is there to obfuscate...

Anonymous said...

Hello russiscum: mammalian priests dont like their name displayed

J E S U I T S run scared as their deeds are being xposed.

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
Stick the je§uits back up your butt and fuck off this blog. You are f'ing worse than Methman was on ZH. "

Come to think of it, the je§uits have had some unusual sales plugs thru the centuries.

R2's seeing flashing colors, is he?
R2 as MescMan, the mescaline man.


Anonymous said...

And "mammalian priests ", what's that 'sposed to mean ??

Get a job carving Mayan glyphs or something.

Anonymous said...

"Hello russiscum: mammalian priests dont like their name displayed"

He's starting to write in Old English now--a clear sign Mescman is doing drugs while engaged in the KJV bible study.

Anonymous said...

"mammalian priests dont like their name displayed"

As opposed to you, who is not a mammal. .....? what are you then?

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