A terrible thing has happened in the North Pacific Ocean. It changed color from green to blue.
A similar thing happened in the South Pacific during thermonuclear weapon testing. The plankton disappeared for a while. The ocean became a desert. Everything up the food chain, the whole ocean, started starving and washing ashore. That's what newspapers and other major media outlets in Japan, in Alaska and in California are reporting now.
It's possible that this mass starvation is due to climate change, but it's also possible that Fukushima did the whole thing. Three reactors melted down. One of the reactors apparently went up in a runaway fission explosion, where everything inside the reactor pressure vessel turned to gaseous form and the reactor popped. Then little glassy radioactive microbeads rained down as nuclear fallout at least as far south as downtown Tokyo. Certain tiny cracks and low spots in Tokyo will make a geiger counter start clicking. Best guess, that's where the fuel from that reactor went. Also, lots and lots of it went out to sea.
You can look all of this up on enenews.org. They liberally supply all of their references so you can go right to the original sources.
Bad PR from reality is knocking off the industry as much as bad management. Oh, and we need to close down our U.S. nukes ASAP.
By the way, it's likely that a salaried nuclear industry troll will come on to this comments area and she will write anything. Usually she will make up facts to fit her advertising needs, where the documentation of her made-up facts can never be traced to a legitimate media outlet. She will also express contempt for people holding contrary opinions, because contempt is cheap. Finally she'll write vast volumes of flak, notably off-topic fluff designed to make it much harder to read anything here posted by legitimate posters.