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“Situation at Fukushima out of control”

Published time: May 17, 2011 18:08
Edited time: May 18, 2011 11:49

The situation at the Fukushima plant is currently out of control, says Professor Christopher Busby from the European Committee on Radiation Risks, who gave RT his insight into the recent developments in Japan.

The situation at the Fukushima plant is currently out of control, says Professor Christopher Busby from the European Committee on Radiation Risks, who gave RT his insight into the recent developments in Japan.

“Of course, it’s time for the Japanese government to take control. But having said that, it’s very hard to know how you could take control of the situation. The situation is essentially out of control,”

Busby stressed.


“I believe personally that it’s a global problem – and not the Japanese government’s problem only,” he added.

Earlier on Tuesday, Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that his government was determined to "take responsibility" for Japan's crippled nuclear plant "right to the end" as the operator of the plant said a revised roadmap to resolve the crisis would stick with the existing timeline.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Vice President Sakae Muto said the operator would maintain the revised plan but will add new tasks, such as boosting preparedness for tsunamis and improving conditions for workers.

Reports say there are signs that two further reactors, Nos. 2 and 3, at Japan's troubled Fukushima plant may have gone into meltdown. Earlier it was confirmed that similar problems had occurred at the number one reactor during the first 16 hours following the plant’s being hit by the earthquake and tsunami.

Comments (1)

 

Brad Arnold 21.02.2014 07:30

I think it is hilarious to watch the Japanese struggle with a problem that violates their cultural inhibitions. Karma for Manchuria and other war crimes that they are in group denial of. Sort of a communal hari-kari. A perfect example of homicidal ideation being closely related to suicidal ideation. A Zeitgeist death cult Nippon style. The beautiful irony is that they were so indignant about us nuking them, when they are now nuking themselves slowly.

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