Let Us Remember the Fukushima Tragedy

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Let Us Remember the Fukushima Tragedy
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On March 11, 2011, the Great Tohoku Earthquake triggered a 15-meter-high tsunami wave that hammered the eastern coast of Japan. The wave flooded the buildings, disabled the cooling and power supply of three reactors, and caused the nuclear fuel rods to overheat at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. With the power out, the emergency cooling generators weren't functional, and explosions began in the reactor containment buildings; this in turn caused nuclear material to leak out of the plant. As every emergency response system failed , all three cores melted down almost completely within the first three days.

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