Thursday, March 17, 2011

Technology from Israel can make Tokyo safe from fallout in 3 weeks: but add it to the boycott list, instead

From Behind the News in Israel

Jerusalem, Israel - March 16, 2011 - Strategic Solutions today announced new technologies to contain radioactive substances released by nuclear power plant disasters.

The Fukushima Diiachi plant explosion may cause a complete melt down, similar to that which occurred in the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986.

Following the Chernobyl incident large sections of the Ukraine, where the plant was located, had to be evacuated. And even now, more than 25 years later, some areas still have radiation levels too high for human habitation. Meanwhile the site is in need of a new protective shield.

A similar tragedy occurring in a large area surrounding the damaged Japanese nuclear facilities could cause governmental authorities there to seriously reconsider nuclear energy for making electricity. But Japan simply cannot afford to give up nuclear power: The plants are there for a reason- Japan's energy security demands reliable baseload power that cannot be interrupted by shipping problems.

The effect of a nuclear power plant meltdown is a radioactive, dust-laden wind, which becomes a perhaps impossible cleanup project because toxic dust and wind, rain, and plume drift carries the radiation everywhere.

The answer is containment domes, available from Israel.

Such a Dome would protect surrounding cities in case of Chernobyl type nuclear disaster involving poisoning the local atmosphere by radioactive dust.

Unless of course, you believe in boycotts, divestment and sanctions against the Jewish State. In that case, try the old-fashioned approach.

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