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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Fukushima update: TEPCO admits radiation leaks will continue for at least three more months, maybe longer

Fukushima update: TEPCO admits radiation leaks will continue for at least three more months, maybe longer: "Fukushima update: TEPCO admits radiation leaks will continue for at least three more months, maybe longer"

(NaturalNews) Thanks to an announcement by TEPCO, we now have a "target date" for addressing the radiation leaks from Fukushima. Believe it or not, TEPCO now says it plans to "reduce" the radiation leaking withinthree months. Notice that there is no admitted goal of "ending" the radiation within three months; justreducingit. So a drop in radiation of one percent would qualify as meeting this goal.

This is basically a blatant admission that the radiation leaks are going to continue way beyond 90 days.

TEPCO also says it now plans to cool the spent fuel rods within nine months. They're now basically shooting for the end of the year to try to make this happen. (http://www.usatoday.com/money/topst...)

So what happens if there's another tsunami between now and the end of the year? Fukushima is basically just FUBAR at that point, it seems. Because another tsunami wave would easily just rip out the spent fuel rods and wash the plutonium back into the ocean, unleashing vast amounts of radiation directly into the environment.

Learn more:http://www.naturalnews.com/032124_Fukushima_radiation_leaks.html#ixzz1OLeNHRvf

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