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#31 MAGRIPA65

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 02:52

eksplozija u nuklearki fukušima:

meni slika vise lici na rafineriju

#32 Vesna

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 02:57

meni slika vise lici na rafineriju


u pravu si. ovo je nuklearka:

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#33 muras

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 09:32

ovi sa b92 znaju da budu prvaci svijeta.

drze vijest pod naslovom Japan: Eksplozija u nuklearki i cijelih dan-dva im je ilustrovana fotkom pozara u rafineriji...
inace se u vijesti govori o svemu sta je zadesilo japan ovih dana, a jedan od medjunaslova im je i Vidljive posledice zemljotresa i cunamija... :ajme:

#34 muras

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 10:09

kao sto rekoh, ovo s nuklearkama, ne izgleda dobro...
i oficijelno se (po prvi put?) govori o meltdownu, odnosno oticanju radioakivnog materijala, kao sasvim realnoj mogucnosti.
puca sa svake strane po ovom nesretnom japanu...

Official: 2 Japanese nuclear reactors may be in meltdown

Tokyo (CNN) -- While saying there are no indications yet of dangerously high radiation levels in the atmosphere, a Japanese government official said Sunday that there is a "possibility of a meltdown" at two of the country's nuclear reactors.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told reporters that officials still do not know if there have been meltdowns in the No. 1 and No. 3 reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi's nuclear facility in northeast Japan. But as they attempt to cool down radioactive material and release pressure inside the reactors, he said authorities were working under the presumption that such meltdowns have taken place.

"We do believe that there is a possibility that meltdown has occurred. It is inside the reactor. We can't see. However, we are assuming that a meltdown has occurred," he said of the No. 1 reactor. "And with reactor No. 3, we are also assuming that the possibility of a meltdown as we carry out measures."

A meltdown is a catastrophic failure of the reactor core, with a potential for widespread radiation release.

Edano's comments confirmed an earlier report from an official with Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, who had told CNN, "we see the possibility of a meltdown."

#35 blond

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 12:27

Reaktor 3 koristi uranijum i plutonijum, sto ga cini opasnijim od prvog reaktora koji koristi samo uranijum, BBC javlja.
Siroti ljudi, da ne da Bog nikom.

#36 st.maurice

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 12:46

Kada se desi prirodna katastrofa ovih razmera, sasvim je izvesno da ce proizvesti nezamislivu tragediju bez obzira na pripreme i koju zemlju zadesi.

Edited by st.maurice, 13 March 2011 - 13:58.


#37 Liv

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 12:57

Kakve slike stizhu iz Japana... Nema rechi da opishu ovaj uzas i tugu.
Procenjuje se da ce broj zhrtava preci 10000.
Ali bitno je da se prozove jedan chlan ovog foruma i njegov stav u svemu ovome. :ph34r:
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#38 muras

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 13:05

Japan crisis 'worst since WW2'

Japan is experiencing its greatest hardships since World War II as it tackles the aftermath of an earthquake, tsunami and a growing nuclear crisis, Prime Minister Naoto Kan says.

In a televised statement, Mr Kan warned of sweeping power cuts to come.

He said the situation at the quake-hit Fukushima nuclear plant remained grave, a day after an explosion at a reactor.

Meanwhile, police have warned that the death toll in tsunami-hit Miyagi prefecture alone could exceed 10,000.

Millions of survivors remain without electricity and authorities are stepping up relief efforts as the scale of the tragedy becomes clearer.

About 310,000 people have been evacuated to emergency shelters, many of them without power, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported.

Officials earlier announced that the number of troops helping with rescue work in the affected north-east region would be doubled to 100,000.

#39 muras

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 13:54

* molba da ne zagadjujemo topik uvodjenjem proyoyogi i antiyoyogi issue-a.

Edited by muras, 13 March 2011 - 16:11.


#40 muras

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 14:35

1304: A reminder that Japan's nuclear safety agency rates the incident at level 4 on a scale of 1-7. The accident at Three Mile Island was 5, Chernobyl was 7.



#41 ivana23

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 15:07

Galerija, fotografije

#42 Prag 011

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 15:21

Pre i posle,samo preći mišem preko slika

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#43 bounty hunter

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 16:25

Zemljotresi,cunami,eksplozija u nuklearki i...vulkan.
Na srecu na suprotnom,jugozapadnom delu Japana vec aktivni vulkan izbacuje pepeo i stene 4km u visinu.Japanci su naucili da zive sa prirodnim katastrofama i ovo nije nista novo,ali bi moglo da ugrozi avio-saobracaj,kao i dostavljanje pomoci vazdusnim putem.

http://www.timeslive...-volcano-erupts





#44 ivana23

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 16:33

Official NHK WORLD TV live on USTREAM.

#45 Liv

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 17:26

Zemljotresi,cunami,eksplozija u nuklearki i...vulkan.
Na srecu na suprotnom,jugozapadnom delu Japana vec aktivni vulkan izbacuje pepeo i stene 4km u visinu.Japanci su naucili da zive sa prirodnim katastrofama i ovo nije nista novo,ali bi moglo da ugrozi avio-saobracaj,kao i dostavljanje pomoci vazdusnim putem.

Josh im samo fali da se Fuji razbesni, to mi ne izbija iz glave od petka ujutru.

Inache, u celoj gunguli i oprechnim informacijama o tome shta se deshava u nuklearkama jedan lik je napisao tekst koji bi trebao biti razumljiv laicima i apeluje da se na ovu temu ljudi oslone na izveshtaje sledecih sajtova:
world-nuclear-news.org
bravenewclimate.com
ansnuclearcafe.org
a ne na novinare.
I ovo je naravno napisano na osnovu malobrojnih dostupnih informacija, ali bar objashnjava kako su dizajnirane i shta bi trebalo da se dogodi ako do najgoreg dodje.