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Update No. 4: "Going to work today, Honey? In the Forbidden Zone?"by Open-Publishing - Thursday 31 March 2011
(San Francisco) - "Honey, are you going to work today in the Forbidden Zone?"
That is the question a family member or loved one will ask today of thousands of Tepco employees (Tokyo Electric Power Company.)
The Fukushima district of Northeastern Japan hosts at least two troubled reactor industrial parks. Each industrial park has six reactors for a total of 12 reactors employing thousands of people. The two reactor parks are a 10 km, or 6 miles, apart.
Four of the General Electric reactors are in various stages of a disastrous multiple Chernobyl like Meltdown in the first reactor park. Two more nearby multi-billion dollar reactors are shut down and questionable. They might Meltdown, too.
Six more troubled reactors are in the second Fukushima industrial park 10 km, or 6 miles away and are inside the Evacuation [Required] Zone by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency.) The thousands of employees of Reactor Park No 2 are not exempt from getting Zapped by the outgoing 70 Billion Lethal Doses of deadly Radiation in the air just because they work for the electric company, Tepco.
If you were working there what would you do faced with that question? "Would you go to work today?"
This is an Update to: Japan: The Solution to the Blown Reactors