Fukushima: A look at the situation in 2013 from Global Research

Radioactive water. Tons of radioactive water, with more added daily. Some of it is going into the sea and some into the ground. More still is being stored in huge containers, several of which have started to leak.

It is necessary to keep the reactors cool, to prevent nuclear explosions, but as this article in Global Research points out,  radioactive water is dangerous, and it has to go somewhere. You just cannot turn off a nuclear power plant like it was the ignition in your car. It will take years to decommission those nuclear reactors and decades to decontaminate the area.

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is not over yet…