Japan Has Never Anticipated That Severe Nuclear Disaster Could Be Caused By A Tsunami

Japanese government regulators, [the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency] and the operators of the tsunami-stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant, [Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO)] did not take precautionary measures in anticipation that a severe nuclear disaster could be caused by a tsunami such as the one that hit the nuclear power plant facility.

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Majority Of Japanese Respondents In A Poll In Favor Of Gradual Nuclear Phaseout

In a newspaper poll conducted regarding the gradual phase out of nuclear energy in Japan, an overwhelming 74 percent of Japanese respondents were in favor of the move in the wake of Fukushima nuclear plant disaster while 14 percent were against of gradual reduction.

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Japan Confronting The Worst Crisis Since World War II

The atomic bomb crisis of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945, was a horrible scenario that Japan has ever faced which abruptly and formally ended World War II.

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