☢ Strange Fires at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Aug. 6 2011 ☢ UPDATE 3 ☢
Other wierd things happening:
☢ Cigar-shaped Object Over Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactors on Aug. 9 2011 ☢
I have done some investigating on the Strange Lights / Fires going on at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactors. Trying to pinpoint the location at the plant where from the strange lights are coming from.
From my earlier posts you can watch the videos of the fire and smoke captured on the live cam Aug. 6 2011.
☢ Fire and Smoke at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Aug. 6 2011 ☢ UPDATE ☢
The pictures I got from the video shows something going on. This was Aug. 6 2011. At about 19:00 Local Time. The exact same event also took place at the exact same time on Aug. 4. 2011. And also today there is a glow coming from the area at night. This is followed by a thick fog at morning hours that make the reactors disappear. And like always like clockwork the image goes black and white, a few seconds after 19:00. But before it did, we can clearly see something what looks like a fire is starting.
The question is where is this. Well I used Google Earth to try and get a better view of the area. Not sure where the live cam is placed but I think the angle is pretty much the same.
The red drawn is where the towers are on the map. And from what is seen on the live cam the circle show us the area from where the fire is coming. I put in some yellow lines where the light would come from and cast a shadow on the reactor buildings. Notice that there is a mountain / hill before the area. This would mean the light from the fire captured by the live cam would not be as bright. And could mean that the fire is much bigger than what is shown.
If we have a look at the map of what buildings are in the area of the fire we see that behind the hill is the Common Spent Fuel Storage Facility. I can only draw the conclusion from the images seen and video of the fires and smoke that there are some serious problems at Fukushima right now. All the fog / mist that comes and goes also would indicate that they are trying to cool the fuel rods and don't have much luck with it.
I also wonder when they are reporting.
"The No. 3 reactor is consuming nearly three times the coolant water that the No. 1 and No. 2 reactors are taking to cool down their fuel rods, as a considerable amount is missing the target."
"The amount of water pumped in daily to maintain the temperatures at these levels is about 216 tons for the No. 3 reactor, as opposed to 84 tons for the No. 2 reactor, which is about the same size and contains roughly the same number of fuel rods, and 91 tons for the No. 1 reactor, which is smaller."
What if this missing water is used to cool the Common Spent Fuel Storage Facility? If so by the looks of it there would be some 100 tons of radioactive steam going up into the air daily.