[ RadSafe ] NY Times - Fukushima Keeps Fighting Radioactive Tide 5 Years After Disaster
rwhelbig at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 08:24:03 CST 2016
I don't think that the headline is really accurate and is misleading since
to me it implies that there is is a continuing high flow of radioactive
particles into the sea. Perhaps some of you might like to comment to the
NY Times Editor about this. The article, on the other hand, seems fairly
good and thorough. It even somewhat refutes the headline by saying - "the
plant also releases 2,000 tons of the water into the ocean every week after
a process that removes most, but not all, of the radioactive particles".
It then goes on to say that some environmentalists are concerned and that
nearby fishing grounds are still closed.
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From: NYTimes.com <nytdirect at nytimes.com>
Date: Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 1:21 AM
Subject: Today's Headlines: Fukushima Keeps Fighting Radioactive Tide 5
Years After Disaster
Fukushima Keeps Fighting Radioactive Tide 5 Years After Disaster
By JONATHAN SOBLE
A full cleanup of the site is expected to take at least 40 years, according
to the government's timetable, and a century by other estimates.
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