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The Guardian posts Fukushima film: Reactors not repaired at all — With one more quake Japan will cease to exist; Resulting destruction will take half of planet along with it (VIDEO)

http://enenews.com/guardian-posts-fukushima-film-reactors-not-repaired-at-all-with-one-more-quake-japan-will-cease-to-exist-the-resulting-destruction-will-take-half-the-planet-along-with-it-video/comment-page-1#comment-305634

Published: November 16th, 2012 at 10:40 am ET
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Title: CPM-703: After Fukushima
Source: The Guardian
Author: Jake Price
Date: 16 November 2012

An in-depth portrait into the lives of a population living under the constant threat of radiation in Fukushima, Japan. The film, a work in progress directed by Jake Price, focuses on Fukushima born Shimpei Takeda who was living in New York and working as a visual artist when the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant began to meltdown.

Excerpts

  • Being born in Fukushima Prefecture I took on a mission to create a physical record of the worst man made nuclearaccident in history… Using a cameraless process, I want to capture the current state of Japan directly, by exposing photo-sensitive material to traces of radiation emitted from contaminated particles.
  • I’m afraid Japan will follow in the footsteps of ancient civilizations that vanished like the Egyptians, Mayans and Mesopotamians that came before us.
  • The tsunami and earthquake well they’re just the earth shivering. The problem is the disaster that man has made.
  • There are so many possibilities of a tsunami and earthquake happening again. The damaged reactors haven’t been repaired yet… they haven’t been repaired at all.
  • The resulting destruction will take half the planet along with it. …With one more earthquake or tsunami Japan will cease to exist.

See the video on the Enenews link above

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November 16, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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