"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
The Japanese Government widened the evacuation zone surrounding the melted down Fukushima nuclear plant. More than 5000 people left their homes on Sunday after being exposed to high levels of radiation. It is now known that a nuclear meltdown did occur inside 3 reactors at the plant. There are currently over 3000 tons of highly radioactive wastewater underneath reactor one that shouldn't be there - and Japanese officials are scrambling to figure out a way to get it out of there. So what do these new developments mean for Japanese officials who were hoping to have the disaster contained in the coming months? Joining Thom Hartmann is Paul Gunter, Reactor Oversight Project.