Tuesday, September 17, 2013

东京奥运、能办得成功吗?

2013年9月7日,国际奥林匹克委员会、在阿根廷的布宜诺斯艾利斯、所举行第125次全体会议上、宣布东京为第三十二届夏季奥林匹克运动会的主办城市,许多人禁不住发出疑问:“有无搞错啊?”

 为了和西班牙的马德里,以及土耳其的伊斯坦布尔争夺2020年的夏季奥林匹克主办权,日本组成了号称史上最强的申办团。会长当然是现任东京都知事,至於委员、议长、顾问等,几乎网络了日本的包括产官学财政界在内的所有排上名头的人物,更加上现所有的阁僚。

7月时,以财务大臣为首的强大游说团,去到瑞士参加奥组委的申办答辩;为了讨好法语圈的奥组委委员,连日法混血美女播音员也一同出征,在会场用法语进行讲演。
在赢得了奥运主办权后,日本政府向外发出制定针对福岛核电站污水泄漏问题的治理措施,福岛县居民以及地方政府,对此却嗤之以鼻,“是为了奥运才制定措施?迟唔迟滴啊?”

 由於福岛第一核电站事故发生后,至今日本政府没有依《儿童灾民生活支援法》、制定具体支援方案,福岛县、郡山市、枥木县、那须县、宫城县居民已经向东京地方法院提起诉讼,将日本复兴厅告上法庭。包括福岛渔民以及一些日本有识之士,认为国家对污染水的对策一而再,再而三的延误,污染水的泄漏不断恶化,而他们的首相竟然在阿根廷放话保证污染水外泄问题的绝对安全,那简直是网顾事实,令人疑惑震惊、难以置信。

日本法政大学教授水岛宏明也认为:尽管在东京召开奥运,是大多数国民所希望的,但是听了首相的发言,很多人都觉得他言过其实,在福岛的人们和关心核事故发展的人看来,这个人明明就是张大眼睛在撒谎。


下面转载的是:Dr. Helen Caldicott 对福岛核电污染事件更加深入分析的一篇文章

RT: Endless Fukushima catastrophe: 2020 Olympics under contamination threat

Will this be the next ‘event’? Will this perhaps be the event that brings the ETs to our aid? Will we then be able to welcome them with the thanks and gratitude they deserve, or is this is our own ‘karma’ to straighten out?  I do believe the ETs will not permit extensive nuclear war — not because of us, but because of the awesome energetic damage that would occur throughout our Universe, should we destroy our Mother, the Earth. I wish I knew  the answers to these questions. . . but what I do know is that I trust it will all end well . . . I have walked a very tough road, and somewhere along the way I have learned to trust the Creator . . . ~J
Dr Helen Caldicott is one of the most articulate and passionate advocates of citizen action to remedy the nuclear and environmental crises.
Published time: September 15, 2013 11:06
AFP Photo / TEPCO AFP Photo / TEPCO
As the escape of radiation at Fukushima seems virtually unstoppable, there are still steps that governments all over the world should take to prevent worst case consequences. One of them would be canceling the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Scientific estimates predict that the radioactive plume travelling east across the Pacific will likely hit the shores of Oregon, Washington State and Canada early next year. California will probably be impacted later that year. Because the ongoing flow of water from the reactor site will be virtually impossible to stop, a radioactive plume will continue to migrate across the Pacific affecting Hawaii, North America, South America and eventually Australia for many decades.
We are only talking about ocean currents, however, fish swim thousands of miles and don’t necessarily follow the currents. As noted in Part I, big fish concentrate radiation most efficiently, and tuna have already been caught off the coast of California containing cesium from Fukushima. Seaweed also efficiently concentrates radioactive elements.
As I contemplate the future at Fukushima, it seems that the escape of radiation is virtually unstoppable. The levels of radiation in buildings 1, 2 and 3 are now so high that no human can enter or get close to the molten cores. It will therefore be impossible to remove these cores for hundreds of years if ever.

Buildings 1, 2 & 3

If one of these buildings collapses, the targeted flow of cooling water to the pools and cores would cease, the cores would become red hot and possibly ignite releasing massive amounts of radiation into the air and water and the fuel in the cooling pools could ignite. It is strange that neither the US government in particular nor the global community seem to be concerned about these imminent possibilities and exhibit no urge to avert catastrophe.
Similarly the global media is strangely disconnected with the ongoing crisis. Most importantly, the Japanese government until very recently has obstinately refused to invite and collaborate with foreign experts from nuclear engineering companies and/or governments.

Building 4

This structure was severely damaged during the initial quake, its walls are bulging, and it sank 31 inches (79cm) into the ground. On the roof sits a cooling pool containing about 250 tons of hot fuel rods, most of which had just been removed from the reactor core days before the earthquake struck. This particular core did not melt because TEPCO was able maintain a continuous flow of cooling water, so the rods and their holding racks are still intact, but geometrically deformed due to the force of the hydrogen explosion.
The cooling pool contains 8,800 pounds of plutonium plus over 100 other highly radioactive isotopes. Instead of this core melting into a larval mass like the other three cores, it sits exposed to the air atop the shaky building. A large earthquake could disrupt the integrity of the building, causing it to collapse and taking the hot fuel rods with it. The cooling water would evaporate and the intrinsic heat of the radioactive rods would ignite a fire as the zirconium cladding reacted with air, releasing the radioactive equivalent of 14,000 Hiroshima-sized bombs and 10 times more cesium than Chernobyl.
AFP Photo / TEPCO AFP Photo / TEPCO
Not only would the Northern Hemisphere become badly contaminated, but the Japanese government is seriously contemplating evacuating 35 million people from Tokyo should this happen. TEPCO has constructed a steel frame to strengthen the shaky building in order to place a massive crane on the roof so they can extract the hot rods by remote control. This operation is always performed by computer and a remote manually-controlled extraction has never been attempted before. If the rods are deformed, a rod could fracture releasing so much radiation that the workers would have to evacuate or, should they touch each other, a chain reaction could release huge amounts of radiation.
I defer to Arnie Gundersen, a nuclear engineer in whom I have great faith. He says that a 2-meter thick zeolite wall should be constructed some distance from the reactors on the mountainside, which would effectively absorb the cesium from the water surrounding the reactor cores so it could not get out and further pollute the pure water descending from the mountain. At the same time, channels must be constructed to pump and divert the unpolluted mountain water into the sea. Then the three molten cores and their associated buildings could be immersed in concrete as the Soviets did at Chernobyl, and the situation could possibly be neutralized for about 100 years. What our poor descendants will then decide to do with this radioactive rubbish dump is beyond my comprehension.
However, as one Japanese official said, “If we just buried them no one would look at another nuclear plant for years.”An interesting reaction, so it is perfectly obvious that despite the calamity, they still want to pursue the nuclear option.
North America and Canada the EPA should immediately start monitoring the fish routinely caught off the west coast and it must also, as a matter of urgency, establish many effective airborne monitors up and down the west coast and across the US continent, so that if there is another large release of radiation it will be effectively measured and the information rapidly passed on to the public. The same holds true for Canada.
The US and Canadian governments must forthwith ban imported food from Japan, unless each batch is monitored for contamination, and the food grown in the US and Canada needs to be effectively monitored pending another major accident. The US has allowed food measuring up to 1,200 Becquerels per kilo to be sold in the US from Japan, while the Japanese allowable concentration for food is only 100 Becquerels per kilo. What does the US government think it is doing purposely exposing people to radioactive food? This situation must be urgently amended.
An aerial view shows the Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and its contaminated water storage tanks (top) in Fukushima, in this photo taken by Kyodo August 31, 2013.(Reuters / Kyodo)An aerial view shows the Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and its contaminated water storage tanks (top) in Fukushima, in this photo taken by Kyodo August 31, 2013.(Reuters / Kyodo)

Nuclear Olympics

Given these impending problems, how can Japanese Prime Minister Abe possibly say that Tokyo will be safe for the Olympics? He actually said that “there is absolutely no problem” and “the situation is under control.” Does he not understand that parts of Tokyo are already radioactively contaminated and that his government is dumping ashes from the incineration of thousands of tons of radioactive debris from the tsunami and earthquake into Tokyo Bay? Is this what the athletes will be swimming in?
What if there is another major release of radiation before the Olympics? Young fit people who have spent years in rigorous training must, under no circumstances be exposed to radioactive air, food or water. And how can Abe possibly consider spending all thatmoney housing people in expensive accommodation and constructing stadiums etc. when his own people – 160,000 Fukushima refugees – live in shacks and millions still live in highly radioactive zones and when the Fukushima complex is out of control?

15 comments:

  1. 咁就大件事,世界咁人觀眾/選手去

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    1. 不如等我地黎打赌一纹鸡。睇下到时办唔办得成啦!

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  2. 且让我们一起来等待2020的奥运!

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    1. Hair loh!看看到时那些大炮友点收科!

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  3. 奥运也是个玩钱的机关,看来倭寇的银弹攻势又凑效liao!
    我希望他办不成!或到时没有多少外国人去。

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    1. 真是有钱能使鬼推磨滴!为了赚钱,就网顾他人死活。

      日本政府把学生当白老鼠做实验,校里提供的午餐,一定要用福岛生产的食物原料,如有家长吩咐孩子别喝福岛牛奶,那就准备孩子被老师骂,还会被同学杯葛------

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  4. Replies
    1. 祝文燕和家人过一个快乐的中秋节!

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  5. 我也来凑热闹 ,中秋快乐 !

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    1. Bakeling在中秋节,吃月饼吃得真快乐!接下来天天都快乐!

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  6. 人家日本东北建这个建那个也花很多money的哦!
    东京选错时间办奥运。

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    1. hari ini,5.3-magnitude earthquake hits Japan's Fukushima,惨灾咯!

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  7. 阿弥陀佛,人家几惨一下的啦。

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