I can not believe it!

@alottodo (3061)
Australia
April 5, 2011 4:08am CST
I just read in the internet that Japan is dumping it's nuclear waste [ from the recent problem they had after the tsunami] into the Atlantic Ocean! " they seem to think it's safe" [ the radiation levels won't hurt marine life!] really! I just ask you my lotters friends what do you think about this?
6 responses
@zandi458 (27952)
• Malaysia
5 Apr 11
I just can't imagine what would happen to all the marine life when Japan start to pollute the ocean with all these nuclear waste? Our health will also be jeopardized when we consume seafoods. But how would they dispose all these rubbish if they have nowhere else to discard them?
@alottodo (3061)
• Australia
6 Apr 11
You are right there zandy I just ask my self what is going to happen in the long run? we will have more health issues and what about the younger generations? I think before building a nuclear plant they should consider a solution to where the waste is going to go...don't you think? the stupidity of the intelligent never cease to amaze me! thank you for your response... have a great day!
• Australia
5 Apr 11
Horrified!! What about the marine life!! What about those of us that love to eat seafood!! That, no doubt, will make us more prone to certain types of cancers!!
@alottodo (3061)
• Australia
6 Apr 11
It is a terrible though! I think from now on we will have to realize that our Earth is getting more polluted by the minute!thank you for responding.
@vannyt (344)
• Philippines
5 Apr 11
I think it's into the Pacific Ocean. :) Well the authorities said sorry and there's really no choice for them but to pump it out into the ocean. Let's just hope they would have a better solution in the coming days to stop this process and fix their nuclear power plants. The level of radiation is no joke no one is safe. There's a lot of fixing that needs to be done after all what happened to Japan may just be an onset of coming disasters in the near future. Let's just hope and pray that we would all survive these tragedies.
@alottodo (3061)
• Australia
6 Apr 11
Yes vannyt you are right let's us hope we can survive such disasters whether near or far it affects all of us! thank you for your response...have a great day.
@o0jopak0o (6406)
• Philippines
5 Apr 11
Well Its really sad and I am a little bit uneasy that we are really near japan that we might experience some problems with it. I don't know why they say radiation wont hurt marine life. If humans are affected then why animals are not affected? The radiation in the waters is direct meaning something is really spilling in the water that is radiated and not just because something radiated is near it.
@alottodo (3061)
• Australia
6 Apr 11
To me it will affect every thing...I guess in the long run we all suffer the consecuenses. Thanks for responding have a great day!
@genius277 (535)
• Indonesia
5 Apr 11
No, a nuclear waste will never safe in anyway because it still contains radioactive materials, they shouldn't do that. It could make something really bad happen. I know maybe that's the best way they can do to decrease a potential harmful radiation to their citizen since japan is really a dangerous place nowadays.
@alottodo (3061)
• Australia
5 Apr 11
Well...it's being done as we speak...according to them the radiation levels are very low and won't damage marine life!
@cx258641 (109)
• China
5 Apr 11
for one thing , if it is true or not, if it is true, it's just save us a more time before we really suffer from what they do, nuclear discharge definitely would threaten marine life, they don't have choice . in most case saving nature but only for man. among the dozens of conflicting proposals restrictions projects regulations and laws advanced in respect of japanese nuclear crisis only those which unashamedly declaring that nature is here to serve man would win universal public support. marine ecosystem has a very imperative role in sustain the whole system , at present time they dump the toxic substance in the cost of marine life damage to protect human being, in the nearly future japanese must be well prepare for the long term counter-effect of their misdeed now
@alottodo (3061)
• Australia
5 Apr 11
I just read the news again and they are doing it! but they insist it won't damage marine life according to what they say the level of radiation is very low.