Thursday, March 17, 2011

Japanese teams race to stem nuclear catastrophe

The Fukushima Dai-chi nuclear power plant.
Being reported from Yamagata, Japan, emergency workers are rushing in desperate attempts to douse the nation's most overheated nuclear reactors. Meanwhile, the government is using helicopters, heavy-duty fire trucks and water cannons in attempts to quell riots as well.

Thus far, three nuclear reactors have experienced partial meltdowns at the Fukushima Dai-chi nuclear plant. But, both Japanese and U.S. officials believe even greater danger exists now as partially exposed nuclear rods could heat up and spew radiation.

The New York Theological Seminary is an institution dedicated to multiculturalism, diversity, social justice and religious tolerance. The mission of the seminary is to prepare men and women, from every background, for careers in ministry.

No comments:

Post a Comment