There is no daily information about Japan nuclear explosions ?

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  1. Mahmo profile image61
    Mahmoposted 7 years ago

    There is no daily information about Japan nuclear explosions ?

    The whole world seems silent about the consequences of Japan explosions and their effects on the globe and we hear nothing on the media about the extent of this disaster? Is it safe for example to buy and drive new car from Japan? Is it safe to even touch the sea water or swim in it ??

  2. Rock_nj profile image92
    Rock_njposted 7 years ago

    When 3-eyed fish start showing up in fishing nets off the Japanese coast, the world will care.  It's odd that no matter how bad the situation is at that Japanese nulceal facility, the government always says there is no need for concern.

    This situation is far worse than Three Mile Island, and should be a 6 on the nuclear disaster scale.

  3. marshacanada profile image75
    marshacanadaposted 7 years ago

    If you look on international media you will get updates.

  4. tngolfplayer profile image70
    tngolfplayerposted 7 years ago

    There is a lack of information coming out of Japan, and America media is failing to cover the news.  They have more pressing matters such as what Charlie Sheen is doing. 
    International news sources cover it much better then MSM does. However reading between the lines, you can find that here the EPA is raising what the "safe" levels of radiation is, half their monitors have been taken down that monitor radiation, and the units being used to measure radiation are being changed or reported in metric values that most Americans cant convert.
    This is by far a much worse disaster then Chernobyl was, and the dumping of over 10000 tons of radioactive water into the ocean will have repercussions for years to come.  While some of the radiation that was released has only a 8 day half life, some of the other has a half life of upwards of 50 years.
    Browse foreign news agencies, read between the lines, and don't be afraid to research on your own what you can find.
    The truth is we were told there was initially no chance of radiation reaching the US.  Then we were told trace amounts were found, then it appeared in milk, rain water, and the air, and the limits were raised so it was still reported as safe.
    I am not advocating running out and building a fallout shelter, but stay as informed as possible.

  5. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    what? i read and hear about it every day. it's like information overload. are you really serious about touching the sea? wow.


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