TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) has proven itself both untruthful and incompetent, but that didn’t stop the Japanese government from letting them run the clean up on the broke down nukes at Daiichi, site of the second largest nuclear disaster in history and still possibly going for number one. And because these arrogant pricks didn’t want any outside experts on the case, they have come up with another lurking disaster that may well rival the triple meltdown two years ago. Only a few weeks after several cheep storage wells began to leak, TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) finally reports that the plant is essentially manufacturing new radioactive water faster than the geniuses at the power company can build new leaking tanks. This is for the simple reason that groundwater from the mountains is flowing through the highly contaminated reactors and coming out the other side as waste water full of strontium 90 and other unhealthy stuff. At the moment, the nuclear experts are pumping the water into a tank farm that now covers 42 acres of former lawns and parking lots. But that isn’t going to be enough, based on the simple calculation that more water is flowing in than there are places to put it.