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Why the Fukushima disaster is worse than Chernobyl

David McNeill, 28 August 2011|
Some scientists say Fukushima is worse than the 1986 Chernobyl accident, with which it shares a maximum level-7 rating on the sliding scale of nuclear disasters.

Government data shows U.S. being bombarded with Fukushima radiation 1,000 times higher than normal

David Gutierrez, December 12, 2015
Government data shows that the U.S. is being bombarded with Fukushima radiation 1,000 times higher than normal.

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4 Years After Fukushima Nuclear Calamity, Japanese Divided on Whether to Return

For four years, an eerie quiet has pervaded the clusters of farmhouses and terraced rice paddies of this mountainous village, emptied of people after the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, 25 miles away, spewed radiation over a wide swath of northeastern Japan.

Massive radiation plume from Fukushima continues drifting to U.S. West Coast

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) By 2016, nearly as much radiation from the Fukushima disaster will have reached the North American West Coast as was initially scattered over Japan during the nuclear explosions, according to professor Michio Aoyama of Japan's Fukushima University Institute of Environmental Radioactivity.

In March 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami triggered multiple nuclear meltdowns at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. A massive cloud of radiation was ejected into the atmosphere, settling all across Japan and into the Pacific Ocean.

Gas buildup under Fukushima threatens hydrogen explosion, warn nuclear officials

By Benson: (NaturalNews) It is estimated that at least 130 storage containers holding radioactive waste at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility in Japan are now leaking, according to new reports. The result is a continuous hydrogen gas buildup that nuclear experts say could one day trigger a cascade of devastating explosions potentially unlike anything the world has ever seen.

Japan asks globalist trade organization to force South Koreans to eat radioactive Fukushima food

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) A number of countries are beginning to require Japan to place region-of-origin labeling on its food products to ensure that anything coming from the radiation-infested regions surrounding the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant are adequately screened for contamination. The decisions by countries such as Taiwan and South Korea have angered Japanese officials, who are turning to the globalist World Trade Organization to force the countries to abolish their protective regulations.

Pacific Ocean off California coast turning into desert-like dead zone

By Devon: (NaturalNews) It's anyone's guess why temperatures in the Pacific Ocean are heating up off the coast of Southern California. Is a natural El Niño effect occurring, or is there something more sinister happening under the blue ocean waters?

Area around Fukushima is now a radioactive wasteland that will be uninhabitable for decades

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) A foreign correspondent whose career consists of traveling to dangerous regions around the world has called the area around Fukushima, Japan, one of the most hopeless places he has ever visited, likening it to a "post apocalyptic ghost town."

"I have seen abandoned villages before; most times there is a sense of finality to them," writes Arglit Boonyai, host of the weekly Channel NewsAsia show Danger Zone. "It is as though the town's time is up and the people have moved on. Fukushima is nothing like that. It's like time just stopped."

Fukushima plant springs another radioactive leak; radiation 600 times higher than 'safe' levels

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) On May 1, a worker at Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant discovered a storage tank leaking radioactive water, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) announced the following day.

Drone carrying radioactive material lands on Japanese PM's office in apparent Fukushima protest

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) Japanese police are investigating after a drone seemingly contaminated with radioactive cesium was discovered on the roof of the prime minister's office on April 22. A man has turned himself in, claiming he landed the drone as a protest against Japan's nuclear energy policy.

In 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami triggered multiple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The disaster reignited anti-nuclear sentiment in Japan, and an estimated 80 percent of the population now considers themselves "anti-nuclear."