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Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
The situation at the quake-hit Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan appears to have fit into the worst predicted scenario. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which operates Fukushima, has officially admitted that fuel rods at the Fukushima reactors have partially melted, with a melt-down registered at one of the reactors. Remarkably, the announcement came on Tuesday when IAEA delegations arrived in Japan to inspect the power plant
TEPCO promised that the situation would improve within 6-9 months, while radiation levels would drop to normal in three months. However, in late April Japan`s Nuclear Safety Commission raised the nuclear threat level at Fukushima up to the highest seventh level. This level previously only applied to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. This month TEPCO officials started revealing all data about the crippled Fukushima power plant.
At what point do we become alarmed? At what point does it matter? The MSM has been relatively silent about the disaster, but at this point some are estimating it will lead to the deaths of 200,000. I think we need more international involvement, and I think the MSM needs to follow this closely.
Originally posted by bluemirage5
Can any of you guys take a look at this and tell me what you think........I spotted these large lights in other videos on Japan afew days after their EQK and Tsunami and was trying to figure out for the life of me what they were because it did'nt look normal:
Video 1: youtu.be...
Here's a close up....
Video 2: youtu.be...
Video 3: youtu.be...
Originally posted by thedeadwalkk
reply to post by snowspirit
you really know nothing about geography....
were 5.5k ( a tincy bit more then 5.5k ) away.