Radiation and Disaster Preparation  

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On March 11th, 2011 at 2:46 pm local time near Sendai, Japan, occurred another huge catastrophic event after which people are still suffering with lots of after-effects. First Japan got hit with a hard 9.0 magnitude megathrust earthquake, it is the most powerful known earthquake that ever hit Japan and one of the top five known powerful earthquakes in the world since 1900′s. Then that Earthquake triggered very powerful and deadly tsunami waves of up to 33 feet (or 10 meters) high. Some of these waves in some of the places in Japan got as far as 6 miles (or 10 kilometers) inland, and smaller waves hit many other countries which surround the Pacific Ocean. That tsunami caused extreme and severe damage to Japanese people, animals, plants, soil, roads, railways, bridges, vehicles, buildings, electricity lines, water lines, electrical generators, and even a dam. Because of the earthquake and tsunami Japan’s three Nuclear Reactors suffered dangerous explosions which led to the release of some of the radiation into the air. As of March 18th, 2011 and as far as we all know none of the meltdowns have occurred yet. Hundreds of people already got radiation in their bodies. Many of the government officials from around the world advise the Japanese people to leave Japan at once. Since Russia is so close to Japan, some of its near by cities are already evacuating or have evacuated. As of today March 18th, 2011 the number of people dead or infected with radioactivity is still unknown because the Nuclear Reactors are not contained yet. Continue Reading the Full Story...

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