Daily updates coming out of Fukushima prefecture are alarming. Hiroaki Koide, Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, Assistant Professor at the Kyoto University Research Institute, Nuclear Waste Management & Safety Expert, recently stated “The cesium-137 that was released into the atmosphere by Units 1 through 3 was 168 times that of the Hiroshima bomb, according to the Japanese government report to the IAEA, an international organization which promotes nuclear power.”
Professor Koide goes onto say
“I myself believe this is probably an underestimate, and two or three times that amount, that is, 400 to 500 times the amount of cesium-137 of the Hiroshima atomic bomb has already been dispersed into the atmosphere.” This deadly radioactive material would then be carried by the winds across the land, scattered across thousands of square miles onto the soil as well as out into the Pacific Ocean.
The magnitude of this nuclear crisis both then and now cannot continue to be underestimated and Professor Kiode explains why in this short video subtitled in English –
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