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+ - Federation of American Scientists president explains situation at Fukushima->

Submitted by Lasrick
Lasrick (2629253) writes "Charles D. Ferguson of the Federation of American Scientists explains the current situation at Fukushima, and includes some information not widely known (such as the fact that there is a river that runs underneath the plant). It seems the leak of radioactive water may have been going on since 2011; clearly, TEPCO has not been telling the truth about the situation at the plant; they've asked for international help, but it remains to be seen whether they will actually accept that help."
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Federation of American Scientists president explains situation at Fukushima

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