The Fukushima Disaster

Updated report prepared by Fulmina Human Resources And Nexxus Environmental Corporation

Following a presentation by the people of Nexxus, regarding the critical unsolved situation of the more than six years of radiation exposure around the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, it was proposed to present a revised and updated memoir with emphasis on the verification of scientific data obtained for the production of all previous documents on the subject.

We have gathered here, the latest evidence, presented in the principal thirty-nine (39 pages with illustrations) and we have added other «suggestion of evidence » contained in Addenda – that we cannot verify per se for the simple reason they did not originate from either authors of this paper. They are essentially verifiable and sufficiently credible; we consider them important taking into account their importance on populations and on the environment. This report has been produced by the scientists of Nexxus and submitted for analysis to the Academy of the Fulmina Human Resources Foundation.


Excessive Radiation in the environment creates an Extinction Level Event (ELE).

The purpose of this paper is to describe some of the facts as it relates to radioactivity in our environment and the subsequent consequences of its effect on biological life.

We will provide a brief overview of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) disaster. We will also show what the problem is and the impact on the environment. It will be very important to discuss a probable solution that will be needed to help overcome this catastrophic disaster and reasonable ways of implementing and deploying such.

Nexxus Environmental Corporation (NEC)

NEC came into existence for the purpose of solving high level environmental problems.

The Fukushima Disaster (full version)