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    December 3rd, 2012EsterUncategorized

    In October of the passed year, the Commission of Nuclear Security of Japan, one of the main agencies of nuclear regulation of the country, made a meeting to determine its objectives of long stated period. During the meeting, Takanori Tanaka, that dirige the Center of Engineering of the Nuclear Energy, partially sponsored for the government, showed to the commissioners an archive of PowerPoint defending new technologies that reduced ' ' the residual risk related the earthquakes and tsunamis' ' , according to attached documents to drafts of the meeting. It seems until they were guessing that a great nuclear catastrophe in its country would happen, what finished happening caused by tsunami. Making a reevaluation Japan esteem that the cost of the damages of the earthquake and tsunami devastadores of this month can arrive the US$ 300 billion. The authorities of Tokyo had alerted that the babies do not have to ingest water of tap because of the leaked radiation of a nuclear plant. The first official estimate since the tragedy of 11 of March has covered, over all, the damages the roads, houses, plants and the infrastructure, and dims the losses of the tremor occurred in the city of Kobe in 1995 that it more than killed six a thousand people and of the Katrina hurricane that devastou New Orleans, in the United States, in 2005, killing more than two a thousand what it makes of this the more expensive natural disaster of the world. Also it had the increase and the concern with the food risk contaminated for the radiation of the plant of Fukushima, about 250 kilometers of the Japanese capital is contaminating the population of the country. Three workers of reactor 3 of the nuclear plant of Fukushima, in Japan, had been hospitalized after extreme exposition to the radiation today (24). This happened in result of the employees to be installing energy handles.

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