The public is realizing just how vast the Japanese wasteland truly is.
(ZEROHEDGE) While the world has had decades of opportunities to observe nature slowly reclaiming the consequences of human civilization, particularly at the site of the original nuclear disaster, Chernobyl, there has been far less media coverage for obvious reasons, of that other nuclear disaster, Fukushima, where as we reported last night, one year after giving up on its “ice wall” idea Tepco has renewed the strategy of encasing the radioactive sarcophagus in an ice wall.
It was not precisely clear why this time the idea is expected to work after it was nixed last summer.
What is clear is that something has to be done, because as renewed interest in the aftermath of the results of the 2011 disaster once again builds ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the public is realizing just how vast the Japanese wasteland truly is.
And capturing just that, is this eerie drone overflight of the Fukushima graveyard shown in the clip below:
To see the jaw-dropping photos from they same photographer that captured the drone video, click here.
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