Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Japan Raises Nuclear Alert, Equal to Chernobyl
The Article can be found here
And before anyone criticizes me for citing Fox News, I pick a random news site every day to find a good article.
Anyways, this incident about Japan's Nuclear plant exposing the populous to levels of radiation has been on every news channel since the damn quake. And it's always the same. "Radiation leaks in the water supply, ground, air, 500 mile radius, blah blah blah, not harmful to the populous". Well if it's so harmless then why the hell are you still reporting on it? Sounds to me like some people in really high places don't want to spread panic and this stuff might be a little more potent than they are letting on. I mean this article that I linked has Japan declaring their crisis on the same level as the disaster in Chernobyl, yet at the end, you see the familiar line "told reporters there was no direct health damage so far from the crisis."
Maybe there is, maybe there isn't. But I have a hunch that it's a little more complicated than that.