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WHAT MUST BE DONE TO SAVE FUKUSHIMA AND THE PACIFIC
by Simply Info - Fukuleaks.org
What is needed is a far wider scale civil engineering project. This issue is not a mere problem with the local fishermen, it is an international problem. The Pacific is an international resource, Fukushima Daiichi is heavily polluting that resource on a daily basis and must be stopped sooner rather than later.
Read detailed article with engineering solutions and diagrams here - http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?p=11237
DR ROBERT JACOBS EXPLAINS MELTDOWNS AT FUKUSHIMA -
video and transcript
Just click on any of these headlines to read articles:
NHK: There was a melt-through so Fukushima fuel is definitely down in groundwater, and that’s flowing into Pacific — Americans need to watch, it gets international very quickly — May already be at West Coast — No ‘immediate’ risk
UPI: Fukushima plume to reach U.S. West Coast in months; Measurable increase in radioactive material — Study: Prolonged exposure for California lasting 10 years; Hits Hawaii early 2014… may already be surrounded
Professor: Fukushima disaster “beyond a cover-up” — Japan gov’t thinks they can get away with tricking masses about extent of problem — Officials and Tepco cannot be trusted, they are lying to the camera
Bloomberg: Japan gov’t needs to understand crisis at Fukushima is a matter of life and death — ABC Interview: “They are slowly killing us… They know full well it’s leaking, but they’ve done nothing”
Study: “Fuel materials” introduced to Pacific Ocean via drains of Fukushima plant resulting in potentially serious contamination of marine environment
NO 2 NUCLEAR POWER - NEWS ROUNDUP
Even if Fukushima was ultimately caused by the 2011 earthquake and ensuing tsunami, accidents such as this beg the question: can nuclear energy ever be truly safe? There are three reasons to think that nuclear accidents are common, and could increase – and it’s not because of the technology. Let’s have a look at the evidence.
First, people are fallible, even at nuclear reactors. Operator error is still a very common factor in incidents and accidents.
Second, big accidents almost always have very small beginnings. Nuclear power plants are so complex that relatively simple things — shirt tails, fuses, light bulbs, mice, cats, and candles — can disrupt the entire system.
And finally, many failures are those of organisations more than technology. Given the right event, all these factors can lead to system-wide failure.
More news from FUKUSHIMA here:
FUKUSHIMA FACTS -
ENVIROREPORTER FUKUSHIMA DAY TO DAY NEWS DIGEST
Previous Fukushima News Update August 22, 2013
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