posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 07:45 PM
Hello MedievalGhost, please read this ATS post carefully from start to finish:
okiecowboys post is the most concise & (as far as available information is concerned) accurate summation of the situation at Fukushima. The post is
mind-boggling & terrifying, but I sincerely believe that over the coming days the situation will unfold to truly be an environmental catastrophe of
unfathomable proportions. When I saw the initial news report of the first explosion at the plant, I knew right there that this was going to be bad.
Unfortunately, the situation has deteriorated & multiplied WAY beyond anything that our governments have admitted. In mitigation, the Japanese
government is faced with a scenario that is beyond anything that their scientific advisors can possibly deal with. The potential need to evacuate the
entire country is not so far-fetched from where I see things.
Bottom line is this: you have two choices.... you either trust in your governments advice & stay, in which case either this will all blow over & life
carries on & gets back to normal over the next few months or worst case scenario, at some point you will be handed Iodide tablets & told to trust them
some more. Or you leave, lose your job & have a major life upheaval, possibly permanently, but live to fight another day.
As has already been pointed out, if things get worse (which I 100% believe they will, probably within the next 24 to 48 hours) commercial flights in &
out will be suspended & a rapid exit will be impossible.
If I were in your position, I would be packing everything of value & getting the first available flight out to safety. I would be trying to convince
friends/family to do likewise, since this is a gamble that I would not take.
Love & best wishes for your future. HP