BBC Doc: Radiation “tens of times worse” than Chernobyl will be scattered if everything melts down — “Fallout could have affected the whole world” — Impact remains to be seen (VIDEO)

Saturday, February 25, 2012
By Paul Martin

By ENENews
February 24th, 2012

Title: Fukushima could have been ‘tens of times’ worse than Chernobyl
Source: TBIJ
Author: Emma Slater
Date: Feb 24, 2012
‘In the control room, people were saying we were finished. They were saying it quietly, but they were saying it. We had to flee. This was the end.’
Last night’s This World: Inside the Meltdown on BBC 2 was the story of the Fukushima meltdowns

[...] which could have rendered parts of Japan ‘uninhabitable for centuries.’

[...] it became clear that [...] the fallout could have affected the whole world, not just Japan. [...]

‘If they withdrew, six reactors and seven fuel pools would be abandoned’, [Former Japan Prime Minister Naoto] Kan told the programme. ‘Everything melts down. Radiation tens of times worse than Chernobyl will be scattered.’

TEPCO forbid its employees from speaking to the press. However, a few broke ranks to speak out about their fears. ‘Many of us thought of running away, but there was no escape. If you actually ran you would be exposed to radiation.’

[...] it remains to be seen whether the radiation expelled will affect Japan in the years to come. [...]

The Rest…HERE

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