While the first documented debris from the tragedy has already been found in California, scientists fear these new findings mean there could be a lot more to come and it might arrive all at once.
The NOAA released their updated findings last week, which show the huge island floating northeast of the Hawaiian Islands.
Scientists at the agency can’t say for sure when the debris field, which outside the dense island is scattered from Alaska to the Philippines, will reach the U.S.
Thats alot of junk all at once and its probably radioactive so needless to say, this is going to be a disaster. So sad and disturbing that we do these kinds of things to ourselves. My son when he is older will still be hearing about Fukushima when he watches the news everyday probably. What kind of legacy is that to leave to future generations? To me that says, ‘they f*cked up really bad and now your going to have to fix it’. The same goes with the economy. Of course by ‘they’ I don’t mean you and me, I mean the 1%. Look out California and Cascadia. : -Mort