Mar 15 2016

Nuclear Energy Expert Claims Ongoing Cover-up Five Years After Fukushima

GUEST: Arnie Gundersen, on the Board of Directors of Fairewinds Energy Education. He was the recipient of a prestigious Atomic Energy Commission Fellowship for his Masters Degree in nuclear engineering and he holds a nuclear safety patent, was a licensed reactor operator, and is a former nuclear industry senior vice president.

It has been five years since the magnitude 9 earthquake that triggered a devastating tsunami hit Fukushima, Japan. The tsunami itself swept over towns and villages flattening 400,000 homes and buildings, and killing more than 15,000 people, making it Japan’s worst peace-time disaster.

Because the tsunami damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant causing a major meltdown, it was also the world’s worst nuclear catastrophe since the 1986 Chernobyl accident.

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  1. Arnie Gundersenon 15 Mar 2016 at 12:34 pm

    The picture you are using at the beginning of this article is NOT the Fukushima nuclear reactors. Rather it is an oil refinery on fire.