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Helicopter Drones Give Conclusive Video of Fukushima Devastation. Robots Now Enter Reactors

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Published on Apr 18, 2011

Must See: TEPCO Releases Video From Unmanned Helicopter Drones Above Fukushima As Robots Are Finally Used In Restoration Effort

TEPCO released what is the most conclusive video of the devastation at Fukushima. A wake up video for even the most optimistic of individuals.

Just cannot see the situation as resolving with anything but total entombment, which however judging by the urgency in Japan's actions will only be on the agenda...in 2015. In other Fukushima news, the seawater around the reactor has once again seen a surge in radioactivity, that fuel rods have melted through not one, not two, but all three active reactors at Fukushima, but not to panic: all is well as long as these are cooled down, by the same water that will eventually seep into the ocean & into the groundwater considering the cooling system is destroyed beyond repair.

TEPCO itself, following weeks of denials, will not only be nationalized but most likely bankrupted eventually.


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