Next Up In 2020 Fukushima Radioactive Water

Fukushima Radioactive Water
Workers at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant spray a substance to help reduce dust on April 1. Experts say it's likely that workers at the plant could have reduced the severity of the accident if they had made different decisions during the crisis.

Next crazy event of this year: Japan will release Fukushima Radioactive water into the sea.

Japan is releasing Fukushima Radioactive water into the sea, adding to the crazy year of 2020. The plans won’t begin until 2022, but some eviormental activists are trying to stop that.

Maybe these are really the end of times; a zombie apocalypse may have just begun, a global pandemic, lanternflies, and now nuclear water. It is as if someone wrote up an outlandish script for a movie, and we are living it out.

According to reports, Japanese officials have come to the conclusions to dump the water into the sea because. “We can’t postpone a decision on the plan to deal with the… processed water, to prevent delays in the decommission work of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant,”

Locals are expressing concerns over water contamination to sea life. However, most contaminants have been removed except for one. Experts say that one substance, Tritatnium is only harmful to humans in large doses. Furthermore, they go one to assure that the process works at other nuclear reactor sites.

Yet with all that information, Local farmers are still skeptical will be safe. A possible outcome that would fit the year theme is we get mutated sea life. Just imagine living next to a squid in the year 2050, and yall reminisce about trees.

What are your thoughts on Japan releasing the Fukushima radioactive water into the sea? Do you think it’s safe?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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