Here is a video of a presentation made by Hiroaki Koide who is a Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering who teaches at the Kyoto University Research
Institute, he also is a Nuclear Waste Management & Safety Expert.
In this video he does a great job explaining the whole situation from the very beginning until present day. He covers a lot of ground but makes it
easy to understand for us since he breaks it down in layman's terms.
He explains the physics behind nuclear technology, what went wrong and what they are doing to fix the problem. He also speaks about the mishandling of
the incident by the Japanese government and TEPCO and the dangers that the Japanese people and the rest of the world have been through and now
continue to face.
I know ATS members like a full rundown of a video if it's more than a few minutes long but I have explained it the best I can and advise you watch
his presentation if you have 15 minutes to spare.
A lot of this information may be old to some of you but I was unaware of a lot of what he spoke about and this video helped me understand the
situation better than I did before I watched it.
"Fukushima Daiichi: A Chronological Account of the Disaster"
HD, 14 min 55 sec, in Japanese with English Subtitle
Hiroaki Koide, Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, Assistant Professor at the Kyoto University Research Institute, Nuclear Waste Management &
Helen Caldicott Foundation
The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
Co-Sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility
March 11th & 12th, 2013
New York City
Videographed & Edited by Intertelemedia, Inc
Translated by Kazko Kawai, Voices for Lively Spring
Subtitled by East River Films Inc
As Mr. Koide sayd, let's hope that there are no major earthquakes in that region while they try and fix this horrible accident.