Fukushima NHK Documentary: “Two Years Later”

This aired on April 19, 2013, but it still worth a look.  It mainly looks at the situation for the evacuees 2 years after the accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, but includes all kinds of other interesting details and imagery.  More than 150,000 people in Fukushima Prefecture were not able to return home due to too high radiation levels.  The documentary looks at the challenges they are facing, following several families.

Cell phone and social media data shows detailed fleeing patterns right after the tsunami and subsequent radiological disaster:



!–> The documentary includes personal accounts and perfectural statistics suggesting exposure to TEPCO’s radioactive fallout may be causing far more deaths than is publicly acknowledged in Japan and elsewhere.  Those deaths are being covered-up by lumping them together in statistics related to the earthquake and tsunami:


The documentary also includes findings that may be of interest to people doing decontamination work.  Recommended:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKCZ9N5qaOg&feature=player_embedded

h/t Rense.com

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