"The Japanese government has had a level 7 nuclear disaster going for almost a week but won’t admit it," says Tom Burnett — 'Worse Than Chernobyl': When the Fukushima Meltdown Hits Groundwater. "The Japanese are still talking about days or weeks to clean this up. That’s not true. They cannot clean it up. And no one will live in that area again for dozens or maybe hundreds of years."
"When the dangerous dust and gases settle and we discover just how much radiation escaped the damaged Fukushima reactors and spent fuel rods, we may never know how many people are being exposed to radiation from the burning fuel rods and reactor cores, and how much exposure they will receive over time," says Glenn Alcalay — Radiation, Japan and the Marshall Islands.
"The Committee for Justice and Peace of Kwangju archdiocese will monitor one of the country’s largest nuclear power plants as scientists said radioactive particles had been found in the atmosphere over several areas of South Korea" — Church to monitor nuclear plant safety.
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