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Explosion at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, at least 4 injured


Fukushima I nuclear power plant before the 201...

Fukushima I nuclear power plant before the 2011 explosion. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

on Mar 12, 2011

Japanese state tv has showed pictures of an apparent explosion at the Fukushima nuclear powerplant. Radiation levels there are said to have increased rapidly. The plant has been facing a meltdown after the 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit the country on Friday. RT’s Ivor Bennet reports from Tokyo

Explosion at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, at least 4 injured


Nuclear expert comments on Japan’s crisis

on Mar 11, 2011

Japan warns that one of its nuclear plants may be in meltdown after a record quake and tsunami wiped out a swathe of the northeast, leaving more than 1,000 people feared dead.

Peter Hayes, the executive director of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable development in Melbourne, describes the situation as “dire” and explains how a “massive nuclear crisis” could unfold.


Video of blast at Fukushima nuke plant, radiation leak reported

on Mar 12, 2011

An explosion at a Japanese nuclear power station tore down the walls of one building on Saturday as smoke poured out and Japanese officials said they feared the reactor could melt down following the failure of its cooling system in Friday’s powerful earthquake and tsunami.

see also

Quake-hit nuke plant ‘may be in meltdown': Japan media


Nuclear Emergency: All eyes on Fukushima

on Mar 12, 2011

RT gets some expert opinion on the situation in Japan from Christopher Simons, an Associate Professor at the International Christian University in Tokyo.


Harvey Wasserman: Japan nuclear leak could bring apocalypse

Devastating tsunami hits Japan + Strong 8.9 earthquake rocks Japan

Helen Caldicott on the Nuclear Power Conspiracy + Our Childrens’ Legacy

Helen Caldicott: Nuclear Power is Not the Answer to Global Warming (must-see)

Nuclear Madness – Interview with Dr. Helen Caldicott (must see video)

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8 Responses

  1. Nuclear energy is not and has never been safe. It is totally counterproductive. When the plants age, the cost of dismantling them is enormous and more costly than any funds for energy that they might have saved. A disaster or accident is not reversible and the filthiest toxins on earth are released into the atmosphere where so much other pollution from coal and oil is also released as if our earth’s atmosphere were a garbage dump for poisons. My deceased husband, a PhD chemist from Yale used to measure the leakage from nuclear plants. They have ALWAYS lied about the amount of leakage which is almost always more than is admitted and allowable. There is no safety whatsoever in this costly industry and nuclear industrialists lobby like demons from Hell to make us think otherwise. Unfortunately, President Obama who is good on many issues, is not good on this one as he was greatly funded in his presidential campaign by nuclear energy industrialists. One out of two Americans contracts some form of cancer in their life time, greatly due, my chemist husband believed, from the leakage of nuclear plants and their waste into water and earth everywhere. Helen Caldicott and The Green Party have always been correct about the filthy, counterproductive nuclear energy industry.

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  6. People need to wake up and realize that nuclear power plants are surprisingly fragile, given how dangerous they are.

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