Japanese undecided on nuclear power


I wonder what it’s going to take to wake people up! Click title below to view site.


41% of local gov’ts undecided on future of nuclear power plants

TOKYO, April 23, Kyodo

Of 46 local governments hosting or located close to current and future nuclear power plants in Japan, 41 percent said they will await further public and government discussions before deciding on their stance toward the future of atomic power plants in their respective neighborhoods, a Kyodo News poll showed Saturday.

The number was slightly above the 37 percent of respondents who said they will allow the nuclear plants to continue to operate ”with conditions,” showing that many are unsure about what position to take amid an ongoing nuclear crisis at the radiation-leaking Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and uncertainty about the central government’s energy policy.

Only Minamisoma and Namie in Fukushima Prefecture, where a nuclear power plant is planned to be built straddling the two municipalities and whose residents must evacuate due to the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex, said plants should ”be decommissioned immediately without any conditions.”

I posted several links showing details of all nuclear reactors in Japan, a very small island that has been geologically unsound. The earthquakes continue to happen.



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