Thanks for getting this forum started. I'm sure most would like the Enenews forum working. You might drop your link where you can over there to let people know. I think we should start using the alternative energy forum on enenews. Nice to have a backup plan.
8-4 They had the cooling rig over the r3 sfp all morning.
We have received a 200 HTTP status code as a response. Usually this means that the website is currently up and running for everyone else. It seams like it is just you who has a problem loading this site, but this could also be a security software, network, ISP or region error as well. Please note, that we do not examine the returned page content itself or the functionalities of a website (e.g.: subpages, login form), therefore you get a site up message even if a blank page or a simple message is loaded for the domain name.
I'm very concerned that the 3 threads used to report webcam events are now crocked: the orginal thread, the burning debris thread (can't post comments), and now the alternative energy thread (can't post comments). What the heck is happening? Admin is still posting headlines today (5th August) so why is he/she not responding to the webcamers' norifications of these problems?
Is everyone going to regroup and post here instead?
wotcha, Turning off the alternative energy forum reply/comment a day after webcam tried to move there looks more like a TEPCO hacker is in control of Enenews and doesn't want webcam watchers posting. Seems like we've been singled out somehow or is that how websites usually break?
I've just checked and there are 5 other discussion threads (low usage) that have also had comments disabled there. It sure looks like someone has hacked in and is preventing webcamers from reporting what is going on. I'm surprised that new headlines are still being posted there though. I've sent a private msg to ENENEWS' Facebook page and will post here if I get any information from there.
I've just posted in the non-nuclear discussion thread there, to see if this will become disabled :-) Looks like the non-nuclear thread has the same problem as the original webcam thread - posting out of date order!!
8-8 Another early morning flight over the site. Thanks to Jec for spotting the specks on the screen and reporting a time. s87.photobucket.com/user/HorseCam/library/8-8%20drone While I think the sparks are decreasing from their peaks in May, June, and July, the last few nights I've counted an hour sample still show a steady 16 sparks an hour. Whatever is causing the gamma radiation, its still active, simmering away. My thinking, is the gamma sparks started increasing Holloween 2014 with the activity under the r1 tent. Another jump in activity occurred in May and may have been caused by disturbing the r3 sfp. Removing the crane from the pool has not stopped the sparking yet. Bo posted a great shot of the localized fogging over the site taken during unit3 removal. pbs.twimg.com/media/CLz4V7sVEAAV-5b.png
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