According to Helen Caldicott, a doctor and anti-nuclear activist, the three molten cores at the Fukushima plant, each weighing 100 tons, are so radioactive that no one can get near them, not even robots, as they melt on the spot. "And no one will come close. The contamination will continue for hundreds of years," Caldicott told RIA Novosti, citing today's best physicists.
Surprisingly enough, the Fukushima operating company, TEPCO, is not consulting with anyone, says the expert, not with Russia or Ukraine, which experienced the Chernobyl disaster, nor with the engineering company Bechtel, which operates 150 nuclear power plants in USA According to Caldicott, TEPCO "wants to save money, even uses paper from homeless shelters", while people who perform various jobs at the plant facilities are hired by the Japanese mafia, the 'yakuza'.
The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize points out that the world is witnessing an absolute catastrophe: between 300 and 400 tons of radioactive water are dumped daily into the Pacific. This has been going on for more than three years.
As TEPCO has recognized, in the period between May 2011 and August 2013, substances that represent a total of 20 billion 'becquerel' of cesium 137, 10 billion 'becquerel' of strontium 90 and 40 billion have been spilled into the Pacific Ocean of 'becquerel' of tritium.
In 2011, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami seriously damaged the nuclear power plant. The catastrophe left more than 18,000 dead and missing and caused serious material damage, as around 380,000 buildings were destroyed.