28 thoughts on “Fukushima disaster and Japan’s Prime Minister

  1. Whether the earthquake really did no damage is to early to tell. While it might not have done damage to the structures that are visible, it might well have added to the further liquefaction of the soil underneath the plants which is constantly inundated with tons and tons of water and has already measurably shifted.

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