The world and everyone in it is not too concerned and I guess the bottom line is we all have the right to shrug off dangers that we can do little-to-nothing about anyway.
Though it does make sense to avoid exposure whenever possible there are severe limits in that our civilization is actually structured on many dangerous forms of technology on which we have all become dependent.
Many nuclear plants are built right on top of fault lines, so they are truly "structured on danger"—they are expensive accidents just waiting to happen.
Gunderson says it's going to cost Japan half a trillion dollars to stabilize Fukushima.
Sieg Holle BS MBA