However, the room for error is slim to nil. Should one of these terrible scenarios happen, it could potentially lead to “the largest radiological disaster to date”, as stated by the World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2013. The chairman of the Japan Nuclear Authority, Shunichi Tanaka, has stated publicly that he considers this operation to be far more dangerous than the problems with radioactive water storage. Other nuclear experts have cited the instability of the building as a cause for grave concern. Moreover, corrosion of the infrastructure due to the exposure to sea-water further increases the prospects of future technical difficulties.


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