The Japanese heroes against the Fukushima nuclear plant
A group of 139 Japanese heroes from Tokyo went to help the first group of 50 people to Fukushima, into what seems obvious to be a suicide mission.
The volunteers, to whom we owe the highest respect, are members of the force of firefighters, who will try to tame that monster out of control that has become the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
Despite the high level of radiation, these heroes will try to fix the situation, risking their own life, but knowing that they are being able to save many more.
Meanwhile, the world’s nuclear agency IAEA has raised to 5, on a scale from 0 to 7, what occurred in Fukushima, and now also appears the possibility of covering the reactor with a concrete sarcophagus to prevent uncontrolled release of radioactive material, just as what they did for Chernobyl in 1986.