Another week another wikileaks bombshell drop on the political establishment, this time in Japan. Apparently Japan’s government has been warn by IAEA about its nuclear plants two years ago. Continue reading
Outside of the disaster zone where there is no logistic or infrastructure problems, there should not be a supply shortage problem. Unless, of course, people are panic buying and hoarding excessive supplies. Dont over do it…
A well wisher is gathering new socks to send to Japan as aid. It is really heart warming to see people who care about Japan and their feet. But my bet is on Japan having plenty of Socks.
It appears that the first sign came in the form of a magnitude 7.2 earthquake off the coast of Japan, just before 12pm, 9th of March. Continue reading
Update 20110316: Source of the Information in this post is being accused of disinformation from pro-nuclear lobby and Josef Oehmen is misleading about who he is. Source of the accusation. I am just going to go to IAEA site for updates from now on.
Below is a small portion of Josef Oehmen‘s opinion on the state of Japanese nuclear reactors, according to this source. (日本語版). Please go MIT NSE Nuclear Information Hub for continuous update on the situation. Continue reading
By M. N. From Tochigi.