Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Radiation 380 Times the Government Safety Limit in a Fish Caught Off Fukushima Prefecture

I recently read a headline that said it was impossible to entomb the runaway reactors. Such a statement is ridiculous. Massive engineering works could entomb the site and the shoreline. It'd be dangerous work, but it could be done. A huge sea wall and dome could be built to stop the release of radioactive hot particles.

In time these particles will accumulate and do damage to the plants and animals living on this planet, including humans. The lack of action here, considering what happened with Chernobyl, is extremely frustrating.

Related Info:

Radioactive Supermarket Food The New Japan Norm

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 28th, 2012.]

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