Nuclear radiation found in Japan's food





Bob Schieffer spoke with Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) of the Energy and Commerce Committee on the viability of nuclear power in the United States after safety concerns arose from the meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

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  • Posted: September 21, 2020 11:43

    wilkinson lee

    DO NOT EAT ANY FOOD GROWN IN FUKUSHIMA AND ITS NEIGHBOURING AREAS. IT IS VERY VERY DANGEROUS. I SAW THEY WERE GROWING RICE RIGHT BESIDE CONTAMINATED SOIL BAGS COLLECTED BY WORKERS. THEY WERE NOT SEALED AT ALL. SO WHEN IT RAINS OR WINDS, RADIATION GOES INTO THE RICE FIELDS.
  • Posted: September 21, 2020 11:43

    mars Cubed

    Tornado power. The large cooling towers one sees above power stations can generate their own weather. Bigger towers can even be made to generate a constant up-draft. like a continuous stable mini tornado.. this can be tapped for energy.. no power station required below. It can also remove moisture from the air; hail, rain etc thus providing fresh water too.
  • Posted: September 21, 2020 11:43

    Caged

    I'm not eating at Sakura anymore.
  • Posted: September 21, 2020 11:43

    mars Cubed

    Big heat engine power.. How about placing generator turbines directly into strong under sea currents. Should be fairly easy to do as it could all be shipped out and just sunk in the right place with cables. Evaporation power.. Dig canals from the sea to salt lakes &/or death valley. The water would never reach there.. or would evaporate once it got to those large basins. evaporated water would bring humidity & fertility to the land around.. & turbines at the sea end could provide energy.

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