FUKUSHIMA: The International Atomic Energy Association version

The Slog.

If up to now you thought Fukushima stuff was just more blogospherysteria, follow the links below and rethink a little.

The Fukushima radiation leak is, after 920 days, roughly equal to 5,910 Hiroshima Atomic Bombs. At 920 days of growth, Fukushima is 15 times bigger than the Chernobyl atomic disaster in 1986.

From within the IAEA, this is an extract from the 6th September update via its Nuclear Emergency Response HQ:

‘….the contaminated water issue has not been solved……In order to realize the restoration and revitalization of Fukushima as soon as possible, it is a matter of urgency to fundamentally settle the contaminated water issue, which has been getting serious….Every single day, a large amount of ground water flows into the basement of the reactor buildings and is mixed with the contaminated water in the basement of the reactor buildings and then accumulated in the sea-side trenches that are…

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