Monday, March 28, 2011

Nuclear drama deepens as radioactivity reportedly infiltrates water table in Japan

Concerns mount that radioactivity may have spread.
Reporting from Tokyo, Japan, nuclear plant workers allegedly reported that radioactive water is leaking from a crippled nuclear complex. Emergency workers are attempting to pump hundreds of tons of radioactive water and bring the situation back under control.

Reportedly, government officials are concerned that contaminated water may have sent radioactivity levels up and fear there may have been infiltration into soil and seawater. It is also being reported that trace elements of plutonium in the soil outside of a plant has been detected today. Plutonium is a vital component within nuclear weapons.

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