Japan Declares State of Emergency On Another Nuclear Power Plant As It Preps For Another Meltdown

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Onagawa Nuclear Plant – Japan

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
March 13, 2011

The following opening statement to this article is an excerpt;

Novinite – A state of emergency has been declared at a Japanese nuclear facility at Onagawa after excessive radiation levels were recorded there following the major earthquake, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced.

The aftermath of the earthquake & tsunami has left Japan in a state of emergency as over 6 million households are now without power (over 10% of Japans population) as aftershocks tremble about every two hours.

There is talk that there might be a second massive quake and a possible tsunami as nothing from mother nature is guaranteed.

Over 20,000 people are reported stranded.

Long lines have been reported at stores and gas stations as all the shelves are clearing out rapidly.

The massive 9.1 earthquake shifted japans coastline 8 feet.

It has also been reported that the earth itself shifted on it’s axis from this major planetary disaster.

Japan has now declared a state of emergency at another nuclear power plant (a second power plant).

To top it off the first reactor was set to be decommissioned back in early 2011 as an excerpt from the following article points out;

(Reuters) – A 40-year-old nuclear reactor facing a possible meltdown in northeastern Japan was originally scheduled to go out of commission in February but had its operating license extended another 10 years.