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Fukushima

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by DogLover1981, Apr 1, 2011.


  1. DogLover1981

    DogLover1981 PetForums VIP

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    Very much like it indeed , we have been extra busy this week at work as
    we have sent lots of monitoring equipment over for radiation/ contamination detection
     
  3. Jonesey

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    I guess nuclear plants are harder to earthquake proof. :(
     
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    they are to a point...but it was the tsunami that did worst damage.. even 25 miles away they are finding stuff and its not just a little amount either :(:(
     
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    It does make you wonder if its a good idea for them to have all these plants but they seem to need them :(
     
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    From what I have read, the situation at the plant is probably going to drag on for weeks and in some ways for years. There may also be a permanent exclusion zone. The poor people that lived near the nuclear plant will never be able move back. :(
     
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