Fukushima Radiation Proves Less Deadly Than FearedRobert Peter Gale and Eric Lax
March 11 (Bloomberg) -- It is two years since Japan’s 9.0-magnitude earthquake, one so powerful it shifted the position of the Earth’s figure axis by as much as 6 inches and moved Honshu, Japan’s main island, 8 feet eastward. The tsunami generated by the earthquake obliterated towns, drowned almost 20,000 people and left more than 300,000 homeless. Everyone living within 15 miles of Fukushima was evacuated; many are still in temporary housing. Some will never be able to return home.
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