Borrowing From ‘Frozen,’ Japan Plans to Seal Fukushima Leak in Wall of Ice

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IAEA fact-finding team leader Mike Weightman visits the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant on 27 May 2011 to assess tsunami damage and study nuclear safety lessons that could be learned from the accident. — Photo Credit: Greg Webb / IAEA

IAEA fact-finding team leader Mike Weightman visits the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant on 27 May 2011 to assess tsunami damage and study nuclear safety lessons that could be learned from the accident. — Photo Credit: Greg Webb / IAEA

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