Japanese nuclear crisis as Chernobyl
The Japanese nuclear crisis was raised this week from 5 to 7 (nuclear major accident) in the radiological level, making it at the pair of 1986 Chernobyl disaster. The leaking of new assessments of radiation from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant was the reason to rise the level by the Japanese experts in nuclear energy. Major nuclear accident or 7th level means the widespread of effects for the environment and the health, while the Japanese government included five communities more to the list of persons that must evacuate the area to avoid contamination. There is not an alert of possible risks for other countries so far, though if it’s as worst as Chernobyl that affected the northern hemisphere, it’s possible that Fukushima would have similar consequences.