Japan may dip into budget reserves to...

Japan may dip into budget reserves to fight Fukushima toxic water

There are 1 comment on the Business Times story from Aug 26, 2013, titled Japan may dip into budget reserves to fight Fukushima toxic water. In it, Business Times reports that:

Japan may use emergency reserve funds from this year's budget to help Tokyo Electric Power Co , the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, deal with escalating radioactive water problems at the site.

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Tokyo, Japan

#1 Aug 26, 2013
Japan can NOT fix Fukushima.

1. The water tanks holding radioactive water are crappy. TEPCO used the worse and a cheap design, which is why tanks are leaking and MORE will be leaking soon.

2. The nuclear reactors MELTED DOWN. There is a nuclear blob underneath 3 reactors that can NEVER be reached by present technology.

This radioactive material underneath the reactor mixes with GROUND WATER and then FLOWS into the OCEAN.

3. The Japanese have NO technology that can get the nuclear spent fuel in pools at the top of the reactors.

These nuclear spent fuel pools can catch fire. A NUCLEAR FIRE that would put as much radiation into the air as 50X more powerful nuclear explosion over Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

4. The Japanese government has NO money to fix the problem. Japanese debt vs GDP is 230%. On top of that, many Japanese politicians are idiots. And they will eat foreign food and water, then escape to Hawaii, Korea, or Europe when Fukushima becomes steadily worse.

Foreigners should EVACUATE Japan!

Japan is a DEAD country with NO future and nuclear wasteland.

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