Nuclear Engineer Says Fukushima is “As Close to Hell as I Can Imagine,” Contamination Will Linger for Decades - Waking Times Media
Vicki Batts, Natural News
Waking Times Media
The devastation imparted by the Fukushima meltdown in 2011 is still
in effect, and it’s likely that the radiation from the nuclear power
plant will be in our environment for a very long time. Recent reports
have indicated that the level of radiation at the disaster site is still
unbelievably high, such that cleaning up the area is expected to take at least another forty years. Honestly, the word “disaster” hardly seems descriptive enough for the toll Fukushima has taken on the planet.
Former nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen doesn’t beat around the bush
when discussing the enormous catastrophe that is the Fukushima nuclear
accident. In a late February interview with the BBC, Gundersen explained
how things could potentially get worse as workers try to get closer to
the nuclear reactors. (RELATED: Keep up with the latest news on
Fukushima at FukushimaWatch.com)
Former nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen doesn’t beat around the bush when discussing the enormous catastrophe.