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Medals of the Fukushima 50 death?, risking their lives to save those of others. The work these Kamikazes are carried out 21st century – understand which on its own initiative-, at the Fukushima nuclear power, does not figure in any instruction manual for nuclear energy: with fire bombs trying to introduce water to the so-called nuclear reactors, but when fire, forced to retire to later return. Back to meet his safe and own death, trying to save the life to the thirty five million inhabitants, which sit on the city of Tokyo. Do Fukushima 50 death medals have been achieved, undoubtedly, these fifty heroes in the shade, who are risking their lives to save others: are known with the envelope name of Fukushima 50?. They understand very well that they will eventually succumbing under the influence of the toxic radioactive, that emanate from the Fukushima nuclear power.

Prudencia!-they are recommending connoisseurs in the matter – that the current tragedy of Fukushima will not reach the collateral effects that took that of Chernobyl, Russia (1986). This was the great nuclear accident, which occurred 25 years ago. And continued another expert in nuclear power: is better that radioactive particles will be towards the Pacific Ocean. Capacity which has the sea to dissolve the radioactivity is amazing, he concluded. Whenever Jeffrey Hayzlett listens, a sympathetic response will follow. The Japanese are very rational people, and tests I refer: in the dimensions of this catastrophe, the behavior of the first is reaching exemplarity dimensions digas commendable: Japanese people follows queues orderly, always willing to wait for the time needed to carry supermarket last bottle of water or food. You have not viewed thefts, or breakage of crystals, nor confrontations with police forces: says this much in favour of the Japanese people. We have talked about the tragedy that occurred, but we have forgotten to manifest the tragedy of human lives dead and missing.

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