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They still stick to nuclear energy.

Even today, more than 10,000 people are still missing in the disaster-stricken areas in east Japan. Tokyo Electric Power Company has said that it will take them at least six months to stabilize the nuclear power complex in Fukushima prefecture, where three of the six reactors were damaged by a magntude-9.0 earthquake and tsunami which followed. Hydrogen explosions sprewd radiation into the atmosphere, causing the worst nuclear disaster since the 1986 Chernobyl accident in Ukraine.

Despite of such circumstances, Mr. Kan Naoto told news reporters Sunday,May 8 that the government remains committed to nuclear power, indicating that he will not seek to shut down more nuclear plants other than the Hamaoka nuclear plant in central Japan.

Does he really think that a tsunami-resistant wall and backup systems are strong enough to protect the plant from earthquakes and tsunami and the plant can be put to operation again?

Sengoku Yoshito, the deputy chief cabinet secretary, also stressed that Japan will not reconsider its dependency on nuclear power, which supplies about a quarter of the nation's electricity.

No one can deny, it semms, that experience tells us that nuclear power is the dirties energy in history, and once a nuclear power plant goes wrong, it will be desperately impossible to put nuclear energy under control.
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