Answer 1

Answer 1

Some of thelegitimate fears that were associated with Fukushima disaster was therelease of radioactivity to the environment. The fear that wasassociated with radiation was that there would high increase ofcancer in Japan and its surrounding. Second was that theradioactivity gas would cause genetic problems to the pregnantmothers and thus having children with deformities. The worst casescenario was that the earthquake was experienced as a result of theFukushima release of the atomic bomb. Around 1600 deaths emanatedfrom the earthquake and when evacuating the people another 1600people died.

Answer 2

Some of theoverstatements or exaggeration related to Fukushima disaster was thatradioactivity was to damage the environment ultimately that wouldaffect all the vegetation, animals and the people. There was anexaggeration that the animals and plants have started regeneratingtumor that was associated with harmful gas that was released. Answer 3

The decision toevacuated people from the area like Fukushima was to make sure peoplewho are in the area are not exposed to the radiation. Biologicallyhuman beings are not supposed to be exposed to radiation for a longertime or regularly because the radiation is capable of causing cancerin human body. Additionally, the released gases are likely to causestress and other human deformities if the gas is concentrated in onearea. The decision to allow the evacuated people to return to theirhomes is achieved when the level of the radiation is about 20Msv. Thelevel is set by the international community of radiation protection(ICRP) as a standard for the areas where people may be exposed toradiation. If people were not evacuated in Fukushima, it would meanthat there would be more deaths as a result of cancer and otherrelated chemicals.