The Japanese government held a relevant cabinet meeting on the morning of April 13 and officially decided to discharge nuclear waste water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to the ocean, which is harmful to the marine environment.
According to Japan’s own statement, it is only a decision now, the actual discharge will be delayed until two years later, and the discharge will dilute the nuclear waste water to one-seventh of the radiation safety standards for drinking water established by the WHO. According to Japanese standards, this is actually equivalent to no discharge, because under the Japanese bureaucratic system, “postponing” can be equated to “shelving”, or not for the time being for now, as for the future. They choose to maintain strategic determination and believe in the wisdom of future generations. By the way, the main reason for the previous discharge decision is that the existing storage tank capacity is about to be used up in September next year, and now 140 tons of nuclear waste water are added every day. As for how to give the newly added 140 tons per day after September next year Drink it or discharge it, this is a matter of the wisdom of future generations. To solve this problem, the root is not in technology or engineering, and technology cannot be discussed in terms of technology. In the early revolutionary war years, there was a saying used to criticize military personnel, called “pure military viewpoint.” Now many people discuss this issue and fall into “pure technology.” This is actually a political issue. Since the Fukushima nuclear accident occurred in 2011, it has been dragged on for 10 years. It has been dragged down to the point where it is out of control today. The root lies in Japan’s wisdom for future generations. Maintaining a high degree of trust, the Fukushima nuclear accident occurred during Naoto Kan’s tenure, and then the term of Yoshihiko Noda was delayed, and then the entire term of Shinzo Abe was delayed. Abe was the longest-term prime minister in Japanese history. Now in the tenure of Yoshihide Suga, considering the deep trust of the first three prime ministers in the wisdom of future generations, Yoshihide Suga naturally has no reason to break this tranquility and will definitely continue to believe in the wisdom of future generations. In short, the wisdom of future generations is infinite, as long as you maintain full trust in the wisdom of future generations, then no matter how big things can be dragged on, it will not be said that it will be ten or eight years, that is, for generations to come, the same as the world. Shou is not surprising. As for the consequences will become more and more serious? Maybe it will, but the wisdom of future generations will also increase in the same proportion. There are endless descendants, and infinite wisdom will surely solve the problem of infinity. As long as you keep dragging, you can always win, win countless times, and win.