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A strong earthquake has shaken northeastern Japan in the same region devastated by a giant tsunami and temblor 2.5 years ago.
The Japan Meteorological Agency says the quake was centered near the coast of northeastern Japan, and shook a wide region, including Fukushima and Iwate prefectures. There was no risk of a tsunami.
But, do you have any source that connects and proves those readings to Fukushima incident?
Originally posted by symptomoftheuniverse
Its a bit late now to worry about fukishima,radiation counts have been well above alert levels all over the u.s.a for months now and are still rising. Check for yourselfs,thats if you can understand the government websites. Nether mind they can just raise the exposure limits again.
Originally posted by freedomwv
reply to post by Happy1
Well, the superman 4 plot is actually not that bad of an idea. I do wonder the actual effect it would have on the sun. I mean, an all the sudden extremely high increase in radioactivity and heat could cause anything to happen.
I doubt much of it would return to earth. The sun would completely atomize all the nuclear material as soon as it got close to the sun. The fall out would be beyond anything we could dream up.