Monday, October 31, 2011

The Fukushima nuclear disaster today (video), Greenpeace, 60 Minutes Australia. Dr. Michio Kaku, Wisdom Quarterly

The consequences of the Fukushima disaster will be emerging for at least several decades. According to the Japanese government, it will take up to 30 years for the complete clean up of the radiation released from the reactors.

Japan aims to reduce radiation by half over the next two years. To do so it may have to remove and dispose of massive amounts of radioactive soil, possibly enough to fill 23 baseball stadiums, reports Reuters.

() Exposing the "unspeakable" that will impact "all of humanity."

Experts say the areas inside the evacuation zone will have to remain uninhabited throughout the years of contamination. All collected soil and other waste will be stored in the Fukushima Prefecture, in an “interim facility” with an estimated capacity of up to 28 million cubic meters.

Despite official information, some reports suggest the Japanese government is seriously downplaying the real amount of radioactive substances that leaked from Fukushima.... More

The Japanese government is starting radiation checkups for more than two million people living near the crippled Fukushima plant. But many citizens of the country fear those in charge prefer face-saving public ignorance to life-saving knowledge.

Fukushima nuclear disaster
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‘Nuclear-test monitoring works like anti-burglar system"

Will UFOs from the heavens clean up the radiation?