Nearly four and a half months after an earthquake and a big tsunami damaged a nuclear power plant in Japan, I am waiting for new information about much feared radiation emissions. Of course, I would like to know how many people died from exposure to such radiation or, failing this, how many people took sick as a result of the accidental emission of radiation at the Fukushima plant.
If you scour the internet north to south, right to left, and every which way, you will not find answers to these serious questions. At least, you will not find answers from a respectable, believable source.
What does this absence of information tell you about the media? About the credulousness of people in general? About your own credulousness?
If I am wrong and you do find believable info, please, help me correct myself by writing the reference in a comment to this column. Thank you in advance.