Title: Fukushima – Did we almost lose Tokyo?
Source: Big Picture
Date: Mar 2, 2012
Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear joins Thom Hartmann. In a little over a week – we’ll hit the one-year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that triggered a nuclear crisis at Fukushima in Japan.
At 3:45 in
Long story short, evacuating Tokyo, a city of more than 30 million people and abandonding it forever. The way Edano put it, losing Tokyo. If we lost Daiichi, Daini and Tokai, we would lose Tokyo.
At 5:45 in
It’s actually the third doubling [of the amount of cesium released from Fukushima] and each time you’ve had me on the show, weeks in they doubled it, months in they doubled it and now a year and they double it.
Published: March 2nd, 2012 at 12:48 pm ET
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