by Kurt Nimmo, Infowars:
Reuters and other news agencies report typhoon Phanfone has arrived in Japan and has delayed the Japanese Formula One Grand Prix. Left unmentioned is the possibility that a tsunami may strike the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
On Saturday the Tokyo Electric Power Company, also known as TEPCO, said the typhoon may strike the decommissioned nuclear plant seriously damaged during the earthquake and tsunami of 2011. TEPCO said a tsunami generated by the typhoon could reach a height of 26.3 meters, or over 86 feet. The 2011 tsunami generated by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake that crippled the plant was much smaller – only 15.5 meters, around 50 feet in height.
TEPCO admits a tsunami of that size only occurs once every 10,000 to 100,000 years.
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