After the Tsunami: Japan's Nuclear Problems
You would think that an earthquake resulting in a tsunami, which together killed thousands of people, would be enough for one country to have to handle.
Such is not the case with Japan. Because of the tsunami on March 11, 2011, the people of Japan are now being forced to cope with the terrifying reality of what can be done about the nuclear waste that has been dislodged from the Fukushima Plant. The Tsunami directly impacted the nuclear plant, making radiation a very real threat to the people surrounding the area.
According to an article published on Chron.com, there have been mounting problems in trying to keep the radiation under control.
Apparently, the radiation has made its way into the sea, which brings about more extravagant problems for Japan and possibly other countries who rely on Japan for seafood.
As people work around the clock to try to control the radiation leaks, one can only hope that they can manage it adequately and that no higher radiation levels are reported.