NUCLEAR ACCIDENT INTERIM REPORT / Fears slowed SPEEDI info


  • NUCLEAR ACCIDENT INTERIM REPORT / Fears slowed SPEEDI info

    ...Residents near the nuclear plant started evacuating on the evening of March 11. On this point, the report says SPEEDI was useful.

    "[Its projection] was at least effective for determining that residents should evacuate," the report said.

    The science ministry, NISA and the commission calculated the projected spread of radioactive material from the crippled plant using SPEEDI. NISA submitted some of SPEEDI's results to the Prime Minister's Office after 1:30 a.m. on March 12.

    However, as the results were accompanied by documents suggesting the data "were not very reliable," they were not passed to then Prime Minister Naoto Kan...

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    So NISA sumbitted only selected results and even those with documents saying that the data is not reliable.

    "we have no reason to believe that Japan is withholding information, the information is bad enough that it can be trusted"

    Andrej Stritar, chairperson of ENSREG - European Nuclear Safety Regulator Group in his email response declining my request to recommend to our PM evacuation of slovenian nationals from Japan in the first week of the accident.

    I sincerly hope one of our professional athletes that were in Japan at the time of the accident will sue the last penny out of him.

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    There is a 4 parts of this interim report, but as always, it is a whitewash, stating the obvious, avoiding the hard facts and doing all it can so that the nuclear genocidal japan village can continue its devastating path.

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    Source: yomiuri.co.jp