Fukushima Daiichi disaster is a topic that some have attempted to downplay, yet there is more to this topic than many unaware people are conscious of.
After the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant suffered critical failures on March 11th 2011, four of the plant’s six nuclear reactors were seriously damaged and the other two had barely functioning cooling processes. On September 19th 2013, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered Tokyo Electric Power Co. to dismantle all six reactors. The Japanese government officially admitted in August of 2013 that Fukushima is still leaking an estimated 300 tons of irradiated water into the Pacific per day with the reactors being “riddled with meltdown holes” as well. It is also significant that TEPCO reported on December 13th, 2013 that there are new record level radiation in reactor 2 of the facility and it is now suspected of leaking.