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Submission + - Federation of American Scientists president explains situation at Fukushima (thebulletin.org)

Lasrick 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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