Four months after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami, operators at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are still grappling with the crisis the disaster unleashed but say they are making slow progress.
Despite periodic setbacks - including a water leak that shut down operations for several hours Sunday - the Tokyo Electric Power Company has managed to set up a decontamination system that filters radioactive material from the water.
Some of the treated water is now being circulated back through the reactors, a key step toward keeping the reactors' melted nuclear cores cool on a permanent basis.FULL STORY
I wouldn't believe them unless they drank the water coming out of the filters.. Wouldn't drink it myself, and i'd probably want water bottled elsewhere, but i would be somewhat appeased..
Those nuclear plants are not safe or green. one mistake and everybody an everything including the land and water is contaminated for thousands of years. there children will be born sick for a long time. just ask the people for fifty miles around the chernoble accident.
Yeah they won't post my real stuff so I'll just post to say that I'm here and I know what your doing. You still need my help!
The moderator is gay
Have a good night!
*Facepalm*s all around!