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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Report from Fukushima Daiichi - #2

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has released a second installment of its video series "Report from Fukushima Daiichi." This is one of three general types of video that TEPCO has been producing since the accident (the other two being the continuing coherent series on accident recovery actions, and a gaggle of unrelated videos which happen to be specific to whatever problem is being dealt with at the moment, which we might call situational videos.) This type of video is meant to give an overall view of conditions and operations at the site.

TEPCO has promised (as this video notes) to give as complete and open a picture as possible concerning recovery operations on site, and considering the massive efforts underway there, these videos are a bonus addition to the voluminous web and paper reporting TEPCO is performing.

The newest video is presently the featured video on the APR YouTube Channel.

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5:04 PM Eastern Thursday October 27, 2011

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for those informative videos. I wish the MSM bothered to show them, but I guess it's not in their nature to show destruction where _no one died_. That ought be TEPCO's caption to these videos; "No One Died", unlike that BP rig where 11 men perished merely a year ago.

    James Greenidge