A year ago March I stated explicitly that Fukushima was the worst man-made disaster the world had ever seen; that it would get worse; that it could bever be placed in 'cold' shutdown; and that when the reactor cores hit groundwater, an ecological disaster many times worse than Chernobyl would ensue.
I stated that there wasn't any wiggle room. It was happening; it would continue to happen; and no one could stop it. A bunch of idiots argued that I was being premature and that the Japanese government was saying something different – and who had more credibility: me or the Japanese Government? Since I had no fiduciary interest in the disaster and the Japanese government did, I thought the answer was obvious.
Not only can TEPCO and the Japanese government NEVER bring any of the now ~20 or so nuclear piles which are happily bubbling away and poisoning the earth under control, but as yet they won't even admit that it is happening. But it is. It's getting worse and the radioactive debris and airborne radionuclides ater affecting the entire Pacific rim including America. This problem cannot be 'repaired'. It will last for tens of thousands of years.
I strongly recommend that everyone who is still in Honshu should leave the area. You are going to die.
I'll believe corporations are people when owning one is considered slavery.
90% of success is showing up. Getting the math right is the other 50%.
Aut viam inveniam aut faciamaut viam inveniam aut faciam.