posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 09:05 AM
I think this is an honest question, especially among us that remember Chernobyl.
Chernobyl was before the age of global internet... the only news source most people relied on back then was main stream media (MSM) and believed
mostly everything that was told to them.
Fukushima is the new age accident... where information flows some what freely ( compared to the time when Chernobyl occurred ).
Both were bad scenarios.... both sat above aquifers.... Chernobyl was a state response by the USSR to a bad situation and thousands of lives were
lost in the effort to mitigate it and it was mostly successful (as far as we know to date).. Fukushima, on the other hand, was left to a private
corporation to mitigate and the status basically remains unknown to this date
I think any reasonable person could conclude which of the two was better handled ( Given the situation in which they were placed ).
I honestly believe at this point that Fukushima has passed Chernobyl and will be remembered as the worst nuclear power plant accident in history...
so far...as of 10/3/2014 ....everything could change tomorrow!
edit on R262014-10-03T09:26:35-05:00k2610Vam by RickinVa because: (no reason