Nuke Info Tokyo No. 123 (March/April 2008)
—We demand that the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant be closed
—Earthquakes and Ground Condition – Just how safe is the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant?
—Is the equipment and machinery OK?
—Column 1: TEPCO suppression of 34-year-old dispute about ground condition
—Column 2: Materials get stronger when deformed by an earthquake!?
—Column 3: Through the eyes of a power plant designer
Pluthermal Developments and Plutonium Use Plans
Problems with MOX fuel for Kyushu Electric’s Genkai-3 and FY 2008 plutonium use plans
Teisuke Ishio’s Freedom of Nuclear Information Campaign
—Further delay in commercial operation of Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant
—Explanatory meetings for restart of Monju
—Health damage from JCO criticality accident not recognized
—Rokkasho Uranium Enrichment Plant down to a single line
—Joint uranium exploration in Canada
—NEXI to insure nuclear exports
—IAEA releases second report on Kashiwazaki-Kariwa