March 17, 2011

Chernobyl's Lessons for Japan

Laurie Garrett, International Herald Tribune

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While the fallout levels so far have been well above normal background radiation for Japan, they have not yet come close to those produced by the April 25, 1986, Chernobyl catastrophe in Ukraine.

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