100’s of South Korean Schools Cancel – Fear of Radioactive Rain

Empty south korean school - radioactive rain

After the Japan nuclear plant release of radiative water into the ocean the technicians at the Fukushima plant plugged a crack that had been gushing contaminated water into the Pacific.

This contamination in waters off the coast has fallen dramatically since then, but chances of the winds and rain heading towards South Korean might contain radiation.

This could affect the drinking water and food supply from fruits, vegetables and milk, not to mention fish from waters of South Korea.

As I have mentioned many times in my past post / articles the Japanese nuclear problems have far reaching effects that will ripple around the world, not just economical but environmental. The economical would be felt in 6 months to a year, but the human health cost we won’t know for many many years as cancer develops.

by Das Brain

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