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Bone-Chilling Wasteland Photos
Fukushima is Now Available to be Explored on Google Maps


By: Kyle Towers (Star) Mar 31, 13
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As the waste-land photos display, the aftermath of Fukushima is now open for the public to explore on Google Maps. A quick scan through the images will give an eerie and haunting look into what the current state is.

It is certainly difficult to look through these images without having an emotional response. The aftermath has left the entire city baron with what little plant life that remains decaying.

The Fukishima disaster took place in 2011 and the world is still experiencing the negative effects. It is an example of just how dangerous and volatile nuclear power really is. Either better control initiatives need to take place or humanity needs to just stay away from this destructive power. I hope that no one ever has to go through this again.



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