Mt. Aso’s Warning: Nuclear Reactors and Volcanos are Dangerous Mix

29 11 2014

JAPAN needs to heed this!

Mining Awareness +

Japan just had a 6.8 Magnitude earthquake one week ago. Its largest active volcano, Mt. Aso, has just erupted for the first time in 22 years. It is in close proximity to Genkai (4 reactors), to Sendai, to Ikata and to Shimane Nuclear Power Stations. There are also Korean nuclear power stations nearby.
Reactor Data Climate Viewer Volcano data wikipedia
Map showing Nuclear Power Stations and Japanese Volcanos:
Climate Viewer reactors, Wikipedia volcanos
Data CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0 by Climate Viewer and CC-BY-SA-3.0 by Wikipedia

Mount Aso (阿蘇山 Aso-san?) is the largest active volcano in Japan, and is among the largest in the world.

What is the world awaiting before understanding that Japan (and Korea) is no place for nuclear reactors? Something even worse than the Fukushima disaster? The situation is critical.

Of course, it’s not news unless it disrupts flights and even then:
Japan’s Mount Aso erupts for first time in 22 years, disrupting flights Eruption not expected…

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