Is the uncontrollable nuclear radiation leak crisis in Japan a sign that the world will end in 2012? We don’t have a specific answer. The Bible says no one really knows when the world will end except the Father God and the Lord God Jesus Christ.
But if you look at the situation in Japan, the nuclear radiation crisis is a human tragedy. Asia can be hit by nuclear radiation. Africa can be reached by the nuclear atomic radiation. Nuclear radioactive materials can travel to Europe and beyond.
Nuclear radiation can travel by air or water, sparing no living organism in the planet. Is this the end of the world? This is already a proven fact as what happened to the Chernobyl Nuclear Tragedy. Let’s pray that God would intervene and that the world will not end in 2012. Here’s the latest news on the nuclear radiation from Japan.
Amid widening alarm in the United States and elsewhere about Japan’s nuclear crisis, Japanese authorities reached for ever more desperate and unconventional methods on Thursday to cool stricken reactors, deploying helicopters and water cannons in a race to prevent perilous overheating in spent fuel rods.
The measures came a day after the chair of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) gave a far bleaker appraisal of the threat posed by the nuclear crisis than the Japanese government had offered. He said radiation at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station had spiked to “extremely high” levels.
But Japanese officials on Thursday played down the concerns of Gregory Jaczko, the chair of the US commission, who asserted that the nuclear crisis had worsened to the point that emergency workers would find it difficult to fix the problem.
In his testimony before the US Congress on Wednesday, Jaczko (pronounced YAZZ-koe) said American officials believed that the damage to at least one crippled reactor was much more serious than Tokyo had acknowledged.