In 2011, the earthquake, which is believed to be aftershock after another chilean earthquake in 2010, triggered a tsunami that caused the melting of reactors at Tepco’s nuclear power plant in the japanese city of fukushima. Three reactors melt, and the subsequent emission of radiation into the water was the largest in the history of mankind. Only three months after the disaster, radioactive chemicals were discarded in the Pacific Ocean in quantities exceeding the emissions during the Chernobyl’s disaster.
However, in fact, in fact indicators can be much more, because, as in recent years has been proven by several scientists, official japanese estimates of reality do not match. Continue reading “The Worst Environmental Disaster in the History of Mankind”