About 2,000 bodies found on coast of Japan's Miyagi-Kyodo

March 14 Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:50pm EDT

March 14 (Reuters) - About 2,000 bodies were found on Monday on two shores of Miyagi prefecture in northeast Japan following last week's massive earthquake and tsunami, Kyodo news agency reported.

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Microscopic plutonium fallout inhalation.

10 years of constant lies from US government,
10 years of constant lies from controlled media

Mar 14, 2011 11:39am EDT  --  Report as abuse
this earthquake happens 1 in a million and these left wing crazies are attacking nuclear energy… sorry but i do not trust my future to wind energy which consumes more energy than it produces… efficiency is not an issue for these people most of them live in welfare programs or second generation riches… nuclear energy is good… indeed for Japan it is a must…

Mar 16, 2011 3:12pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
cjohnweb wrote:
@Ocala123456789 What are you talking about!? How does wind energy consume more than it produces!? That’s simply not true, or we would not be using the energy they produce! duh!

One reactor melts down and people across the world get cancers, burns and ultimately very painful deaths. An earth quake is unavoidable but certainly there must be better alternatives.

I’m not a lefty either, btw.

Mar 16, 2011 7:14pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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