January 10, 2014 – Jim Stone
After doing the final assessment after the disaster, it was proven that outside power to Fukushima was never lost, and that the diesel generators would therefore have never been needed. But the power switched off, all by itself, and no one can figure out why. Except those aware of the Stuxnet virus. For a detailed report on the Stuxnet virus, go to the Fukushima report and scroll down the page until you get to the portion of that report that describes in detail exactly what happened during the virus attack.
In addition to this, of the 17 diesel generators out at Fukushima, 4 got significant water, and the rest never flooded at all. Yet 12 of the 13 generators that never got an ounce of water switched off all by themselves, and the one that remained running was the only one not connected to a Siemens Scada controller, which the Stuxnet virus infects. One generator remained running throughout the entire disaster, the only one not controlled by a Siemens Scada controller, but the IDF had a handle on that one because the electrical transfer switch that managed it’s output between it and reactors 1-4 was controlled by a virus infected controller, which prevented this switch from activating. This generator however had no Siemens Scada controlled switch between it and reactors 5 and 6, which had no problems because this last lone generator kept their pumps running.
Additionally, after having all generators “fail”, Tepco had flat bed semi truck mounted generators brought in, generators that would have easily prevented any problems and they were there in less than 8 hours, all hooked up and ready to go, but the same Stuxnet infected transfer switches that prevented the generator supporting reactors 5 and 6 from saving reactors 1-3 would not allow them to have the flat bed mounted generators provide power to reactors 1-3 as well, so the disaster could unfold by the script.