Noda's definition of 'safe' questioned

Noda's definition of 'safe' questioned

Tōkyō : Japan | Mar 08, 2012 at 9:19 AM PST
Source: Japan Times
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Staff writer Third in a series Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda assured the nation in December that the Fukushima No. Tepco's claims that the facility is secure are being questioned. Reactor engineers and seismologists believe another nightmare meltdown scenario is unlikely, but say the government... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Times
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