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Explore Fukushima 2 years after nuclear disaster

Google Street View is now also providing thousands of miles of Street View imagery in the affected nuclear disaster areas that were collected before and after the disaster.

  Author: TheDude | Source: miraikioku.com | 27th March 2013  

Namie Japan,  11 March 2011 when the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl in 1986 stroke. Town of Namie was evacuated, and no one lived there ever since. You can now visit the ghostly town with the help of Google Street View and only imagine the devastation caused by Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami - responsible for the nuclear meltdown and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukoshima nuclear plant.

Visit the Memories for the Future website, explore the abandoned and devastated areas and hope nothing similar will ever happen again.


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McReady, 1st Apr 2013, 1:32 AM
10 years and everything will be available on Google

Well, maybe they will stop the air plane pollution for about 30%. People will experience places on earth much better with their computer than in life.
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