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Should other countries be helping Japan with their nuclear problems?
since their leaking radioactive water into the ocean, should other countries step in to help them?
Of course. I would think that other countries are currently involved in helping them, but I don't know if that's the case. If there aren't any, then I think it's a shame.
Honestly, I really wish other countries would. They are really harming the environment and everything associated with the pacific. My brother is studying nuclear engineering and he hates to admit the entire situation is occurring. His passion is explaining it can be a clean and safe method of power. But this situation ruins his arguments.
I am sure those who can are. The clean was estimated to take at least 40 years by the IAEA. They are the UN watchdogs and they are on it. I think the biggest challenge is the lack of technology to address this type of disaster.
by AnnCee7 years ago
http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/0 … n.nuclear/
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