Do you think we are still getting extra radiation from the Fukushima power plant?
I am not a nuclear scientist. As a common man, I can say that there should be no alarming level of radiation from the Fukishima nuclear plant as otherwise the Japanese government would have asked the people to get out of that area.
I think so, but for one reason or another the world is keeping silent .We do never hear any sort of follow-up or measures or controls taken by the world countries or the UN in respect of Japan's exports.If this thing happened in Iran, for example, the USA would have made a fuss out of it and would keep telling us about the end of the world !.Mr. ramkimeena the Japanese government already declared the contaminated area as uninhabitable for years to come.
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