Monday, January 16, 2012

#Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 2 RPV Bottom is Now Very Cold at - 6.3 Degrees Celsius

It looks the thermometer at the "CRD Housing Upper Part" is finally broken. Can you think of other reasons why it would register minus 6.3 degrees Celsius? (I mean other than "malfunction".)

From TEPCO's latest plant parameter on January 17, 2012:

By the way, TEPCO is supposed to drill a hole in the Containment Vessel of Reactor 2 on January 17 in preparation for inserting an endoscope on January 19, unless the schedule has changed. I'm sure TEPCO got a good piece of advice from the experts from the US DOE and NRC who visited the plant on January 16 with Ambassador Roos.

(H/T Yosaku)


Anonymous said...

i saw this thing on some kind of tv show.

when you have wasser, put a lot of salt in it and then place in this water a metallic bowl the thing gets freezing cold and you can make ice in it.

don`t know if that was real or not.....

i think ist was a docu about icecream....but i really don't know.

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