(Observer Network News) According to a report on the website of the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), the Japanese government held a relevant cabinet meeting on the morning of April 13 and formally decided to discharge nuclear waste water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the sea, The policy is to start emissions in 2 years. According to the report, the nuclear wastewater will be diluted to one-fortieth of Japan’s national radiation concentration benchmark value before discharge, which is equivalent to one-seventh of the radiation safety standards for drinking water established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
It’s really not a matter of talking on the Internet, and simply condemning it. It’s really scary. The Japanese government’s decision to discharge Fukushima nuclear sewage into the sea is really not a matter of talking online, and simply condemning it. It’s really scary.
Since then, the fate of mankind has become more unpredictable. Let’s take a look at the people and animals that have been mutated due to nuclear radiation. Frighteningly, I don’t dare to post pictures anymore. If problems arise in decades or hundreds of years, especially the animals at the top of the food chain in the ocean slowly accumulate nuclear radiation and other substances. , If the ocean becomes a poison tank, how can it survive? It’s really going to develop in the direction of science fiction and horror movies.
Not to mention Japan, the whole world has to go in. Isn’t there an international organization that can be mobilized at this time? Why are humans so numb to potential hazards? !
In fact, I quite believe what a certain friend said: With the Japanese character and style of doing things, when Japan said that it was going to discharge nuclear waste water, the nuclear waste water was almost exhausted by Japan! Because the Japanese have a precedent for concealing a nuclear leak. In 1978, a criticality accident occurred at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, which was concealed and made public until 2007. In 2005, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake on the Richter scale caused the pool of nuclear waste stored in the nuclear power plant to overflow. In 2006, a radioactive material leak occurred in Unit 6 of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. In 2007, TEPCO admitted that the reactor data of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant had been tampered with 28 times between 1979 and 1998. Why conceal it? On the one hand it is because of the money. In 2011, Japan’s great earthquake and tsunami cut off power to the nuclear power plant, and it was impossible to send cooling water to the reactor to cool down in time. At that time, an engineer suggested to inject a large amount of boron-containing seawater to forcibly cool the reactor, but the consequence was that the reactor worth hundreds of millions of dollars was completely scrapped. On the other hand, the second-generation reactor in the Fukushima nuclear power plant will produce a large number of important materials used in the manufacture of atomic bombs: plutonium. Therefore, when the Japanese first classified the Fukushima nuclear accident as a level 4 nuclear accident, it took a month to hide it, and it was designated as a major accident at level 7. Then at the press conference, the person in charge of the nuclear accident bowed 45° with a very sincere attitude…This time the Japanese government decided to discharge the Fukushima nuclear sewage into the sea, mainly because it saves money and saves trouble. Extremely self-interested, without considering the impact of nuclear sewage discharged into the sea on the marine environment and surrounding areas, as well as on its descendants and residents in the surrounding areas. How to stop it? It’s actually very simple. Just use the West against ours against Japan. Imagine what the old western politicians would think if this happened to China. It is estimated that I can’t sleep happily. I have published online seminars in several countries overnight, and jointly launched a boycott against us with the United Nations. But how about putting it on Japan this time? The United States is silent. The locomotive, who is usually called the most fierce, under the banner of defending human rights, was silent. This time the discharge started from Hokkaido. Because of the North Pacific Circulation and the Japanese Warm Current, nuclear sewage will be transported to North America first along with the ocean current in a clockwise direction. This time it is our turn to take the initiative to fight back. There are two plans. planA: Take the initiative to launch a boycott. planB: Didn’t the Japanese say that nuclear wastewater can be used as drinking water after being “diluted” last year? Let them drink it by themselves!