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ID: 1635 Advanced
Wed Mar 23 2011 | Jiaojie, David
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|核电站||hédiànzhàn||nuclear power plant|
Rìběn Fúdǎo dì yī hédiànzhàn de xiǎnqíng réng wèi páichú ，miànlín zàicì bàozhà 。ruò Fúdǎo hédiànzhàn bàozhà ，fúshè huò jiāng dá yībǎi gōngli 。hédiànzhàn mùqián yǒu wǔshí míng sǐshì chíxù wǎng fǎnyìngduī zhùrù hǎishuǐ 。yóuyú héxièlòu wēixiǎn zēnggāo ，Jiān Zhíén zhǐshì jiāng hédiànzhàn zhōubiān shūsàn bànjìng kuòzhǎn dào sānshí gōnglǐ 。hé fúshè de wēixié yǐjīng lìng bùfen Dōngjīng shìmín gǎndào kǒnghuāng ，yǒu hěn duō Dōngjīng shìmín zìfā líkāi Dōngjīng huò jiāng zǐnǚ sòng lí Dōngjīng 。”
"The situation at Japan's Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant is still dangerous and the plant is facing the possibility of a second explosion. It appears as though radiation from an explosion at the plant could reach up to 100 kilometers. At present, 50 brave workers continue to pour seawater on the reactors. Because there is an increasing risk of radioactive leakage, Kan Naoto has instructed that the evacuation radius be extended by 30 kilometers. The threat of nuclear radiation is already causing panic among some Tokyo residents, and many have already taken the initiative to leave or send their children away".
nǐ shuō héfúshè nàme kěpà ，zěnme hái yào jiàn nàme duō hédiànzhàn a ！
What do you think - if nuclear radiation is so terrible, why do we build so many nuclear power plants?
hédiàn yě yǒu hédiàn de hǎochu ，chuántǒng néngyuán dōu duǎnquē le ，érqiě yánzhòng wūrǎn huánjìng ，xiāngbǐ láishuō ，hénéng shì yīzhǒng qīngjié néngyuán 。qíshí hédiànzhàn de ānquánxìng hěn gāo de 。Fúdǎo hédiànzhàn yījiǔqīyī nián jiù jiànchéng le ，gūjì dāngchū shèjì de shíhou ，gēnběn méixiǎngdào huì fāshēng jiǔ jí dìzhèn bìng yǐnfā hǎixiào 。
Nuclear power has its advantages. Traditional resources are in short supply and they create serious environmental pollution. Nuclear power, on the other hand, is a clean source of energy. Actually, nuclear power plants are very safe. The Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant was built in 1971. When it was originally designed, I imagine they had no idea there would be a level 9 earthquake that would lead to a tsunami.
kě yīdàn chūshì ，shòu wūrǎn de bùjǐnjǐn shì yī gè dìqū 。qián Sūlián nà cì shìgù ，jùshuō jǐ bǎinián yě xiāochú bùliǎo héwūrǎn 。
But once there's an accident, it won't be just one place that's contaminated. Like that accident that happened in the former Soviet Union. They say that even hundreds of years won't completely get rid of the radioactive pollution.
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