Gizmodo Report Claims: ‘Fukushima could be in the middle of another meltdown’ – 300th most popular website in U.S. publishes ‘unsubstantiated rumor’

Gizmodo Report Claims: “Fukushima could be in the middle of another meltdown” — 300th most popular website in U.S. publishes “unsubstantiated rumor” (ENENews, Dec 31, 2013):

Gizmodo, Dec. 31, 2013: “Mystery Steam Over Fukushima Could Be Sign of Another Meltdown […] The newest update in the highly disconcerting series of devastating failures that is the Fukushima cleanup effort is troubling to say the least. Tepco has confirmed that (unexplained) plumes of steam have been rising from the mangled remains of Reactor Building 3. In other words, there’s a chance Fukushima could be in the middle of another meltdown. The thing is, no one has been able to find out the exact cause of the rising, mysterious radioactive steam because the combination of physical damage and, more importantly, lethal radiation levels have made investigating the reactor impossible. Tepco has known that a followup meltdown was a severe possibility, though. […]”

This Gizmodo report cites an article at ‘The Ecologist’ website, which doesn’t link to any evidence supporting their claims. In fact, there’s only one link throughout the entire piece — and it’s to an article by the ‘Turner Radio Network‘.

EXSKF has written about the many problems with the claims being made by the ‘Turner Radio Network’. Earlier today SimplyInfo addressed unsubstantiated rumors concerning Unit 3. Wikipedia has some additional information about the ‘Turner Radio Network’ website.

To read the first report on the steam recently observed by Tepco at Unit 3, see the ENENews post: Steam coming from Fukushima Unit 3 reactor building — Observed multiple

1 thought on “Gizmodo Report Claims: ‘Fukushima could be in the middle of another meltdown’ – 300th most popular website in U.S. publishes ‘unsubstantiated rumor’

  1. The truth about the steam is without question, it can be seen and photographed. There are six reactors there, and as the ones in meltdown get hotter, and burn more, the fire will spread to the others, even those that were shut down at the time. Anyone who has ever seen a fire knows that without the power to put it out, it spreads until there is nothing left to burn.
    This was bound to happen. It is common sense.
    Add in the storage units full of the wasted rods, the problem only gets worse.

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