The Fukushima Effect

By Yoichi Shimatsu
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The long answer is based on what’s I’ve been pointing out since soon after March 2011: The Fukushima reactor meltdowns have seriously altered weather patterns around the Northern Hemisphere by massively expanding the ozone hole over the Arctic and even tilting the Earth’s axis (due to the impact on the planet’s core by the nuclear explosion inside Reactor 3).