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Independent Think Tank Proposes New Global Nuclear Regulations In Light of Fukushima Disasters
Scientists Propose New Global Safety Regulations Requiring Fixed Liquid Nitrogen Fire Control And Instantaneous Cooling Systems With ORIE to Prevent Future Crises Like That at TEPCO’s Fukushima Japan Power Station
The Think Tank, working with international partners Gunther Mothes, CEO of Spicewinds Pacific Group, A Biofuels producer and aviation company located on Kwajalien Island in the US Marshall Island Trust Territories, and Mr. Kinichi Mizutani based in Tokyo, sent the recommendation and offer to deploy the CryoRain/ORIE technology, along with complete technical details on how to stop the nuclear meltdowns and releases of deadly radioactive emissions, to the major stakeholders in Japan. The distribution list included the Japanese Embassies in Washington, D.C. and Tokyo, TEPCO’s President and CEO, Masataka Shimizu, Messrs. Yukiya Amano and K. Floyd at the IAEA.Org facility in Vienna, Austria , to NATO HQ in New York, to the Japanese Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, to the White House, the US Department of State, the Department of Physics at MIT, Congressman Jason Altmire (D-PA), the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and to various US DoD and Japanese emergency response units and Tokyo-based environmental cleanup companies.
Recently, the group has proposed that US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and US Congress, in cooperation with the IAEA.Org, move quickly to mandate new international regulations requiring deployment of safety measures that will prevent future events, similar to that which is occurring at Fukushima-Diachi, specifying use of the CryoRain/ORIE technologies as the recommended countermeasure technology of choice. ‘CryoRain’
On April 6, 2011, the Japanese Government announced that TEPCO had commenced release of nitrogen gas into Reactor # 1 at Fukushima-Diachi facility and issued a press release found at URL: http://www.cosmostv.org/
Team leader, Dr. Resnick said, “Reasoning for deployment and utilization of the CryoRain/ORIE technology over conventional fire control foams, water and organic gases include elimination of residual from agents which are left as solid or moistness when Nitrogen gas is used, since it is inert and stops practically all molecular activity. No water damage or electrical arcing occurs with either Liquid Nitrogen or gaseous Nitrogen so all computers, controls, electrical systems, wiring and equipment – IT, electrical and electronic, even screens continue to function as they had prior to the event that required the Nitrogen application”
The team believes that deployment of the CryoRain Technology at Nuclear sites will make Nuclear power much safer and more reliable because calamities can be handled cleanly and automatically and the down time during recovery is reduced by the amount of retained function the system has when Nitrogen, rather than water and foams, are used to end the fire event or accident or natural destruction that happens. Further, the CryoRain Technology in combination with the ORIE imaging technology will afford improved safety to other fuel and power facilities, e.g., petrochemical processing plants, coal mines, use in fuel extraction for oil shale and landfill seams, biofuels processing facilities, transport, storage, power generation and distribution sites, as well as afford improved assurances for worker safety.
The Think Tank has issued an open-ended offer to assist the Japanese Government and TEPCO and has sent congratulatory messages citing deployment of the nitrogen gas filling process at Fukushima-Diachi. Although that process is not as efficient as ‘CryoRaining/
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