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, 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 following the Great East 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.

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

  1. ricky

    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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