In The Wake Of All The Reflection Five Years After The Fukushima Disaster, No One Has Paid For Their Mistakes. One Man’s Idea For Rectifying That.

In The Wake Of All The Reflection Five Years After The Fukushima Disaster, No One Has Paid For Their Mistakes. One Man’s Idea For Rectifying That.
They Got Away With It: One Man’s Idea For How Those Responsible For Mishandling The Fukushima Disaster Can Pay For Their Mistakes It’s just over five years down the road from the massive, horrific meltdown at power company TEPCO’s Fukushima Daaichi nuclear power plant, releasing radiation into the atmosphere and the ocean, unleashing god knows what long-term effects on the planet, the people and the animals who happen to live here.… Read the rest

Overdose of Radiation at Fukushima Kills Clean-Up Robots

Overdose of Radiation at Fukushima Kills Clean-Up Robots
Clean-up at Fukushima reactors halted due to too much radiation–even for robots. Wonder how the 8,000 human workers feel about that? TEPCO and the Japanese Government Are Making a Life-Threatening Mess Out Of Cleaning Up Fukushima.  There are Better Ways! Demand a Different Solution. Take Action Here: http://TinyURL.com/FukushimaHope Fukushima clean-up efforts delayed again as radiation “kills” robot cleaning crew. Again. In the ongoing slow-motion train wreck that is the clean-up effort at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, a new development has once again slowed the process to a crawl.… Read the rest

Five years After Fukushima Radiation Leaking – No End in Sight. Governments Stonewalling Cleanup

Five years After  Fukushima Radiation Leaking – No End in Sight. Governments Stonewalling Cleanup
Conventional Nuclear Engineering Won’t Solve Fukushima But There Are Other Methods That Can. Take Action here, http://TinyURL.com/FukushimaHope Actions have consequences. Inaction has consequences, too. Bad nuclear actions/inaction have consequences that can end life on this planet. Think Fukushima. It’s been five years since the massive accident at Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, and yet there seems to be no end in sight to discoveries of radioactive material in the oceans–and along the West Coast of North America.… Read the rest