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3-11-2011 Fukushima, NukePro Broke the Real Story on ZeroHedge

stock here, on this most evil of days. The main trunk of a huge Maple simply popped off and plummeted to the ground in a mess. Missing my $6500 Garden Tractor by feet. It also missed the Carboy that was tapping the tree for Maple Syrup. Maybe the tree was protesting, LOL, but the Holy Spirit did look out for me. Tomorrow, most of the tree will come down and become the basis for a Hugle Culture mound.

I am not keen on going to “premium” on ZH, $85 a month, doesn’t fit in my “Retirement Budget”, in order to get to the archives, maybe someone can go in, and copy the whole thing and send it to me.



I got up at 3AM on 3-16-2011 and decided that I needed to form an opinion about how bad Fukushima really was. We have family on the far other side of Tokyo from the Fukushima, and I wanted to be able to provide an opinion.

Working with the available resources, many conflicted. I determined that this was a serious and large problem.

Read that old story here. Obviously my nuke knowledge was a lot less back then, but the call was correct, and actually it has turned out far worse than I envisioned at the time.

This link is from my archived Nukepro, it was restored but a prime component, the pictures, were stored by blogger in such a way, as to make full restoration of the images all but impossible without a tedious step by step process, IF I could find the images in various hardrives that would take hours to merge.

One of the government trolls (a real nuclear “expert”) was Loose Nuke, he always showed up, on my strongest posts. I remember this one, in which I proved that the reinforced concrete damage could not have been caused by a hydrogen explosion, after close review of US Military documents and images showing effects of different magnitudes of explosions on reinforced walls. It was a type of nuclear explosion called a Prompt Moderated Criticality.


First time I tried, the images in the above link do not show up, but if I “open in new tab” I can glean the JPG file name, which could then be searched for. Still tedious. Maybe next winter? When we always think there will be so much time, and there never is.

One of the images that caused me to break the real Fukushima story on ZeroHedge.

ChatGDP defends that narrative…..


on this anniversary of the nuclear meltdowns at Fukushima, i wish for you to revisit the historical documents which portend that the explosion at reactor 3 was a type of nuclear explosion called a prompt moderated criticalityChatGPT

As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, there is no credible evidence to support the claim that the explosion at reactor 3 at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was a “prompt moderated criticality,” which implies a type of nuclear explosion. The explosions at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in 2011 were widely understood to be hydrogen explosions, not nuclear explosions.

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was a result of a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami on March 11, 2011, which led to the loss of power and cooling capabilities at the plant. The overheating of the reactor cores resulted in hydrogen gas buildup, leading to explosions in the outer buildings of reactors 1, 3, and 4. These explosions were not caused by a nuclear detonation but rather by the chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen.

It’s essential to rely on credible sources and scientific evidence when discussing events of this magnitude. If there have been new developments or claims made after my last update in January 2022, I recommend checking with reputable sources and experts in nuclear physics and engineering for the most accurate and up-to-date information.


can you describe what a prompt moderated criticality is, US scientists did research and made videos of a prompt moderated criticality at different energies until it final blew the plant to smitherines. ChatGPT

A prompt moderated criticality refers to a specific type of nuclear reaction that can occur when fissile material (such as enriched uranium or plutonium) undergoes a rapid chain reaction. In a prompt moderated criticality, the chain reaction is moderated, or slowed down, by the presence of a substance that effectively scatters neutrons, allowing more fissile material to become involved in the reaction.

The term “prompt” indicates that the neutron-induced fission reactions happen relatively quickly, without a significant delay. “Moderated” refers to the process of slowing down neutrons through collisions with a moderator material, which is often used to enhance the probability of further fission reactions.

It’s important to note that prompt moderated criticality is typically a controlled process in nuclear reactors. The reactor’s design, control systems, and safety measures are carefully engineered to ensure a sustained and controlled chain reaction. Uncontrolled criticality, where the chain reaction accelerates rapidly and uncontrollably, can lead to a nuclear explosion.

However, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011 was not caused by a prompt moderated criticality resulting in a nuclear explosion. The explosions at the Fukushima plant were hydrogen explosions in the outer buildings of the reactors, caused by the buildup of hydrogen gas resulting from the overheating of the reactor cores. These were not nuclear detonations but rather chemical reactions. The events were triggered by a loss of power and cooling capabilities due to a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami.


I have data that shows that the 12″ concrete reinforced walls which were shredded and left in tatters could not possibly be caused by a hydrogen explosion even if that explosion was tightly contained and directed at the walls.ChatGPT

The destruction of concrete-reinforced structures at a nuclear facility would need a careful and thorough investigation by experts in the field to determine the specific causes. While hydrogen explosions were identified as a contributing factor in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, the extent of damage and the specific mechanisms involved would require detailed analysis.

It’s crucial to consider that the information surrounding events like these is often complex and multifaceted. Various factors, including the initial earthquake, the subsequent tsunami, the loss of cooling systems, and the hydrogen explosions, all played roles in the overall damage to the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

If you have data or observations that you believe contradicts the widely accepted explanations for the events at Fukushima, it would be advisable to share this information with relevant experts or authorities in the field. Nuclear physicists, engineers, and other professionals with expertise in the subject matter would be best equipped to evaluate the technical aspects of your findings and provide insights into the specific nature of the damage.

Consulting with reputable scientists, engineers, or institutions involved in nuclear safety and analysis would be a prudent approach to gaining a deeper understanding of the factors at play in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

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