Japan's damaged Fukushima plant is now holding oceans of contaminated, radioactive water in its storage tanks, and that water keeps leaking out. Today, the country's Nuclear Industrial Safety Agency said that fifteen tons or so of water had leaked. Not all of the water is equally contaminated; the leak was said to be water with only low levels of radiation. But leaks have been an ongoing problem at the plant — not a reassuring trend.
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