Live Feed Camera at Fukushima?

Every link that I used for the live feed is now a blue screen only. Is anyone else having this problem? Is there another link that someone could provide that is still working? Thank you for all the help you all are giving. There is no where to go but here for any reliable information.

Orignial live feed Fukushima camera now back up & running

Old live feed Fukushima camera is now back up.

Previous live feed camera at Fukushima nuclear is now once again sending pictures. So, we can have an alternate view (which I actually like better). Cheers!

http://news.tbs.co.jp/newsi_sp/youtube_live/

I am not sure if everyone

I am not sure if everyone has seen this new live webcam from TEPCO or not.

If you open it and it will not play the video, right click on it and choose "zoom" and then full screen to see the live cam in action.

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

There's just text (in

There's just text (in Japanese) at this link. Do you have an English version or direct link to the camera? Thx!

It seems like Tepco is going

It seems like Tepco is going to start broadcasting its own live camera in a couple of hours today. Apparently set at 250 meters from reactor No. 1, it would probably give a better image than the one set by JNN. Also, there would be a 30 seconds delay.

http://www.asahi.com/special/10005/TKY201105300426.html

Same here. It did this a

Same here.

It did this a couple of days ago. Came up with a picure of the nearby trees and mountains for a half hour or so, and significantly tightened by sphincter.

This is a static pic, updated hourly...http://www.tepco.co.jp/nu/f1-np/camera/index-j.html

Live feed back up, foggy.

Live feed back up, foggy.

Absolutely nothing is on the

Absolutely nothing is on the screen at this time.
Appears to be renewing, but with blank pics!

Live feed pics still blank.

Live feed pics still blank.

P.S., Will be interesting to

P.S., Will be interesting to see if an "event" occurred during the foggy, no picture showing period...

No. 5 reactor cooling system pumps stop for 15 hours....

OK, guys. Perhaps the explanation for no pictures on the live feed Fukushima camera-

Japan Today News on Sunday May 29th reports:

"(Cooling system pumps stop for 15 hours at No. 5 reactor"
National › 08:30 PM JST - 29th May"

According to the Japan Today article, "TEPCO admitted that while it had reported the incident to the central and prefectural governments on Saturday night, it lacked consideration in waiting to make the information public until Sunday morning."

http://www.japantoday.com/

P.S.: Still no pictures from the live feed camera

ENEWS said there was a fire in at least one reactor last night

Now Enews is down. so are cameras. hmmm...

For what it's worth...

...Not to unduly distract from the wild theories that Fukushima is somehow part of a grand plan to depopulate the planet by elites who are fed and watered by special, protected and secret food and water sources -- wouldn't they need to leave some of us alive to milk the sacred cows and such?
..Maybe I'm just thinking too hard about this -- and return to somewhat germane conversation, but apparently ENENews managed to avoid the latest efforts of the Illuminati to annihilate all knowledge of anything and everything, and is now, inexplicably, back up again. And also, Fukushima I is still attached to the planet, although I think it's more than likely that the former reactor cores of three of its RPVs are being more or less evenly distributed across the bottom of the Pacific Ocean at this time.

The latest ENENews story contends that the plant is 'leakimg like a sieve". This ought surprise no ome at this point, with the exception of TEPCO, the IAEA, and the government of Japan, who are, it seems, among the last to know ANYTHING about what goes on at Fukushima -- including whether or not there are actually still REACTORS in their recharlie-foxtrot

What an absolutely unbeliavably total charlie-foxtrot this is all shaping up to be.

Rick Cromack.
Allen, Texas

Rick Cromack:We think alot alike! (you, me and my husband)

Rick Cromack:We think alot alike! (you, me and my husband) The facts are not too difficult to deduce and I think the Japanese and all other countries' professionals and military are doing the best they can under the circumstances.

Your quotes:'And also, Fukushima I is still attached to the planet, although I think it's more than likely that the former reactor cores of three of its RPVs are being more or less evenly distributed across the bottom of the Pacific Ocean at this time.' and 'The latest ENENews story contends that the plant is 'leakimg like a sieve". This ought surprise no ome at this point' are on point and damn the CT charlatans, despite this 'Cluster-F@#K we're all in this thing together.

Here as always are my most reasonable ideas on dealing with the situation (I'm probably going to start raiding the butter lettuce bins real soon since I'm missing my daily bowl of lettuce with all the rest of the veggies I enjoy crunching on!) Best, HC...
~Off my menu: All Seafoods because the oceans really are a military and industrial sewer! Yes, I will miss Anchovies on my pizza, fishsticks, red snapper, tuna (even 'chicken of the sea' is no longer 'worthy,'crab, fake crab (made with Pollock, an ocean fish), clam chowder, Nori Seaweed,Caviar etc... See: http://pstuph.wordpress.com/2011/04/01/can-ocean-currents-transport-radi...

http://www.nuc.berkeley.edu/node/3486
BRAWM Info., Common Sense, Medical Awareness and Staying Informed...

From an NWO standpoint the

From an NWO standpoint the “do nothing option” eliminates as many people as possible, millions even, crippling and neutralizing millions more. Remember, they don’t drink nor do they eat from the same sources that we do making this a win, win situation for them.
Why is the death toll only 20,0000? The town of Sendai alone, held over 1 million people and in a matter of minutes it was buried in 50ft of water. Why are they grossly underestimating the death toll? How long do they think they can cover up the actual number of dead, not to mention the “walking dead” poisoned beyond all hope with radioactive waste?

Charlie

I don't know why I bother

I don't know why I bother after what you said about the "NWO standpoint" but anyway, the whole city of Sendai wasn't covered by 50 ft of water only the areas near the sea. Sendai is still there.

For more than a century,

For more than a century, ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

* Page 405 of Rockefeller's autobiography, "Memoirs", ISBN-13: 978-0812969733

How do you go from reading

How do you go from reading that quote to the belief in the existence of a small group of people that don't eat the same food as the rest of us plotting to kill a high percentage of the world population is what puzzles me. Also I don't understand how such a group would be interested in deceiving the public about the number of victims by the tsunami in Sendai.

"live" feed camera

The current picture at http://www.tepco.co.jp/nu/f1-np/camera/index-j.html is from 19:01 Tokyo time, which I believe is 3:01am west coast time, so over 9 hours outdated...and nothing to see but "fog"?

Not fog. Typhoon.

Not fog. Typhoon.

Looks like Fukushima dodged a bullet this tim...

The weather's cleared up, it's partly sunny with no rain at the plant now. Good news... Typhoon Songda turned out not to be a major threat. Now we'll see how much runoff aggregated in basements and other critical places. Given the effects of the precipitation, I won't be paying much mind to plant and coastal water radiation readings for a little while... Give it a few days for a new equilibrium of sorts to be achieved.

Rick Cromack.
Allen, Texas