worldcitizen1723 wrote:More than a year into the nuclear crisis at Fukushima â€“ radiation levels have reached their highest point yet within reactor 2 at the crippled plant. At ten times the immediate lethal dose â€“ TEPCO is scrambling to find new robots and equipment that can sustain the radiation to locate and remove melting nuclear fuel. Their current robots and equipment cannot work within such highly radioactive environments. To make problems worse, levels of water within the reactors needed to keep the cores from melting down are getting dangerously low.
What really surprises me is that TEPCO are still in charge of anything.
Its been apparent from day one we have never been told lies lies and more lies.
"March 30, 2012 10:35 AM EST
Earlier this week, the 53rd of Japan's 54 nuclear reactors was shutdown for regular inspection, leaving just one reactor operating in the country"
So what is japan doing for power these days? they have turned to coal and oil.