Another Rad Water Release Planned for Fukushima

Another Rad Water Release Planned for Fukushima
An Important Message from Our Correspondent in Japan, Murata-san MORE RADIOACTIVE WATER RELEASE AT FUKUSHIMA 06 February 2020 Dear Friends,       We are already witnessing strong reactions both at home and abroad, against the approaching decision to release contaminated water into the sea. https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/japan-set-release-12-million-tons-radioactive-fukushima-water-ocean-causing-immeasurable       On February 4, Governor Ooigawa Kazuhiko of Ibaragi Prefecture expressed his strong reserve as regards the decision.       I am attaching my message addressed yesterday to Prime Minister Abe, asking him to study a  new timely proposal of Dr.Takumi Eguchi, a renowned expert of underground development and one of my close collaborators.When the Chernobyl Accident happened, he was asked the next day by the Soviet Government to stop the flowing of radioactive water into a nearby river, which he did with success.      … Read the rest

Why Wasn’t Tokyo Evacuated After Fukushima Meltdown?

Why Wasn’t Tokyo Evacuated After Fukushima Meltdown?
PM Considered Evacuating Tokyo Naoto Kan at Telegraph Interview FUKUSHIMA FIFTH ANNIVERSARY MARATHON PODCAST Scientists, Researchers, Advocates Discussing Solutions March 9, 2016 – 4 to 8 PM Eastern www.HealthFreedomPortal.org  In a report [1] circulating the Internet, former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan admits that he seriously considered evacuating Tokyo during the days after the March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami and explosions that destroyed several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.… Read the rest

Fukushima Execs Face Trial, Tiny Fine: First Time Anyone Faces Justice for Nuclear Disaster

Fukushima Execs Face Trial, Tiny Fine: First Time Anyone Faces Justice for Nuclear Disaster
Tokyo Electric Power Company, reviled around the world as TEPCO, owns the stricken nuclear power station Fukushima Daiichi (or Fukushima Number 1) as well as other power stations around Japan. Although two government panels have called for the prosecution of former top TEPCO executives for professional negligence, the first call was ignored.  This time, however, ex-TEPCO chair Tsunehisa Katsumata and former vice presidents Sakae Muto and Ichiro Takekuro were charged with professional negligence over allegedly failing to take measures to protect the plant, despite being aware of elevated tsunami risks.… Read the rest