Scientists have been warning everyone that the fallout from the Fukushima disaster affects the Pacific ocean life greatly, and now we finally have proof of it. The catastrophic nuclear disaster has destroyed sea life in the Pacific ocean, which is still full of radioactive waste (cesium, strontium-89 and 90 and iodone) years after the disaster.
The effects of the disaster are still felt and will go on for years to come. The Fukushima nuclear disaster is said to be 20-30 times worse than the fallout of the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima due to the huge amount of radioactive poisoning. Local fishermen have been reporting fish mutations for years, but everyone ignored them. Even worse, some of these fish have been found thousands of miles away from Japan in some American coasts! However, the authorities insist that the disaster had minimal effects on the sea life and that there’s no reason to panic.
Authorities have disregarded the claims of nuclear waste dumping in the ocean as a small risk with minimal effect, but if you ask Fukushima locals, you will definitely hear another version of the story. The adverse effects of the Fukushima disaster have been brushed off for years, but the truth needs to see the light of the day.
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