Japan Suspended Nuclear Operations Due to Increasing Radiation, Panic Continues

Japan suspended the nuclear operations of workers due to increasing radiation Wednesday, March 16, 2011 while the rest of the world panics. According to international news, the authorities directed the workers to leave the area because of the dangers of the radiation level in the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant. Spokesman of Tokyo Electric Power Co., Hajimi Motujuku, the outer housing of reactor Unit 4 inflamed earlier this Wednesday.

The nuclear crisis in Fukushima plant in Japan created an international alarm. Panic buying and loss of gas, clean water and electric supply in many areas, directive for people to stay indoors and evacuation of over 140,000 residents further add to the tension.

Several embassies advised their citizens to leave the affected areas of Japan the soonest possible time. Fear of transpacific nuclear fall outs made many consumers from around the world to take radiation antidote. However health experts warned the people of the potential ill effects of taking potassium iodide.

Meanwhile, some nuclear experts say that Japanese authorities may be undermining the severity of the nuclear accidents. As the whole scenario is worsening, the best advice that experts can give is to stay indoors and close all windows.

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