What happened to the thousand years of radiation?

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I’m not sure anyone said thousands of years, but who thought children would be swimming in the prefecture 7 years later?

Children play at Haragamaobama Beach, which opened for swimmers for the first time in eight years in the city of Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, on July 21. (Mainichi) SOMA, Fukushima — Haragamaobama Beach here was opened to swimmers on July 21 for the first time in eight years after the area was struck in March 2011 by a massive tsunami following the Great East Japan Earthquake.

Source: Fukushima Pref. beach opens to swimmers for 1st time after tsunami, nuclear disasters – The Mainichi

So much for the decades long cleanup.

Japan nuclear crisis: Fukushima plant to be entombed in concrete after radiation leak | Daily Mail Online

A nuclear expert has warned it could be a 100 years before fuel rods at Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear plant are safe.

One thought on “What happened to the thousand years of radiation?

  1. rickyricky

    Based on all the dire backstories we’ve all heard over the years, doesn’t this amount to a tacit admission that the entire nuke narrative is a fraud?

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