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2017-03-09

〔フクイチ・メガ核惨事 6周年〕◇ 「ロボットは死に、希望も絶たれ ―― 津波から6年、フクシマの廃炉は揺らいでいる」/「状況はコントロールされていない」/ ◎ 世界の権威紙、英国の『ガーディアン』が国際社会へ告知レポート / 電子版記事には「小泉元首相、安倍を嘘つきと非難」記事へのジャンプ・リンクも / なんと、田中原子力規制委員長まで、「まだ闇に包まれている感じ(still feeling around in the dark.)」と、お先真っ暗な現状を認める! 

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  世界は「アベの嘘つきJAPAN」への批判と非難を強めている。

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 ★ 『ガーディアン』は、「グリーンピース」の原発問題専門家、ショーン・バーニーさんの、「(2021年核燃取り出しの)スケジュールがまったく非現実的で信用できない」とのコメントを引用。

 さらに、日本の原子炉エンジニア、田中光彦さんの、安倍首相と政府の役人らが原発再稼働のために、(フクイチ)廃炉作業の厳しさを矮小化している、との批判も紹介している。

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 ★ 2020年の東京オリンピック、3年前で、これだけの批判の高まり。

 オリンピック・イヤーが近づけば近づくほど、「フクイチ隠蔽」のダムは、どんどん崩れてゆく。

 隠蔽がこのまま続いてゆくとして、五輪直前、2020年の「3・11」記念日前後には、国際社会の「アベのJAPAN」に対する批判・非難は、頂点に達するだろう。

 そうしたうねりのなかで日本国内の運動も同期化し、相前後して、日本の「脱原発・世直し・あじさい革命」も完遂されるのではないか?

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〔★は大沼〕 ◎ Dying robots and failing hope: Fukushima clean-up falters six years after tsunami
(9日付け) ⇒ https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/mar/09/fukushima-nuclear-cleanup-falters-six-years-after-tsunami
 

 ・ Shunji Uchida, the Fukushima Daiichi plant manager, concedes that Tepco acquired “limited” knowledge about the state of the melted fuel. “So far we’ve only managed to take a peek, as the last experiment with the robot didn’t go well,” he tells the Guardian and other media on a recent visit to the plant. “But we’re not thinking of another approach at this moment.”

 Robotic mishaps aside, exploration work in the two other reactors, where radiation levels are even higher than in reactor No 2, has barely begun. There are plans to send a tiny waterproof robot into reactor No 1 in the next few weeks, but no date has been set for the more seriously damaged reactor No 3.

 ・ But Shaun Burnie, a senior nuclear specialist at Greenpeace Germany who is based in Japan, describes the challenge confronting the utility as “unprecedented and almost beyond comprehension”, adding that the decommissioning schedule was “never realistic or credible”.

 The latest aborted exploration of reactor No 2 “only reinforces that reality”, Burnie says. “Without a technical solution for dealing with unit one or three, unit two was seen as less challenging. So much of what is communicated to the public and media is speculation and wishful thinking on the part of industry and government.

 “The current schedule for the removal of hundreds of tons of molten nuclear fuel, the location and condition of which they still have no real understanding, was based on the timetable of prime minister [Shinzo] Abe in Tokyo and the nuclear industry – not the reality on the ground and based on sound engineering and science.”

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 ・ The latest aborted exploration of reactor No 2 “only reinforces that reality”, Burnie says. “Without a technical solution for dealing with unit one or three, unit two was seen as less challenging. So much of what is communicated to the public and media is speculation and wishful thinking on the part of industry and government.

 “The current schedule for the removal of hundreds of tons of molten nuclear fuel, the location and condition of which they still have no real understanding, was based on the timetable of prime minister [Shinzo] Abe in Tokyo and the nuclear industry – not the reality on the ground and based on sound engineering and science.”

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 ・ Tepco’s once-vaunted underground ice wall, built at a cost of 24.5bn yen, has so far failed to completely prevent groundwater from leaking into the reactor basements and mixing with radioactive coolant water.

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 ・ Mitsuhiko Tanaka, a former Babcock-Hitachi nuclear engineer, accuses Abe and other government officials of playing down the severity of the decommissioning challenge in an attempt to win public support for the restart of nuclear reactors across the country.

“Abe said Fukushima was under control when he went overseas to promote the Tokyo Olympics, but he never said anything like that in Japan,” says Tanaka. “Anyone here could see that the situation was not under control.

“If people of Abe’s stature repeat something often enough, it becomes accepted as the truth.”

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 ・ Even Shunichi Tanaka, the chairman of Japan’s nuclear regulation authority, does not appear to share Tepco’s optimism that it will stick to its decommissioning roadmap. “It is still early to talk in such an optimistic way,” he says. “At the moment, we are still feeling around in the dark.”

Posted by 大沼安史 at 04:16 午後 |