by Jonathan Benson, Natural News:
The two-year anniversary of the infamous Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, in which a mega-earthquake and tsunami ravished one of Japan’s largest nuclear power plants, recently took place with little media coverage (which is hardly surprising). But a prominent nuclear expert and professor from Japan says the disaster itself is far from over, and that at least 10 million Japanese people are still living in areas that should have been abandoned a long time ago due to high radiation levels.
During a recent presentation, Professor Hiroaki Koide, a master of nuclear engineering and specialist in radiation safety and control, gave a succinct outline of Japan’s nuclear history, followed by a timeline of what actually occurred at Fukushima on that fateful day and beyond. In a roughly 15-minute video report available on YouTube, Prof. Koide explains in detail how the reactor cores melted, and spells out for his listeners just how serious the situation still is today, long after the mainstream media abandoned its coverage of the plant.
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