150 000 SECONDS TO UNDERSTAND A PROBLEM THAT LASTS 100 000 YEARS

FREE ONLINE STREAMING EVENT !

THE FILM

INTO ETERNITY is a multi award-winning documentary film about long-term safety issues in nuclear energy production. The film is set at ’Onkalo’ the world’s first permanent storage site for nuclear waste, which is under construction in Finland. However, all countries with nuclear energy facilities have to deal with nuclear waste for at least 100 000 years.

With the Fukushima disaster, Japan now has additional nuclear waste. Onkalo is an underground facility, but Fukushima is above ground, vulnerable to natural disasters, war, and economic crisis. The reactors, that suffered full or partial meltdown, will have to be permanently controlled and maintained for millenia on end.

THE EVENT

The radioactive evacuation zone is now uninhabitable. It has become a blind spot in the middle of
Japan, a symbol of the dangers of blindness in thinking about safety. We cannot secure ourselves
against things we cannot - or will not - see.

A TOTAL OF 150 837 PEOPLE ARE DISPLACED AS A RESULT OF THE FUKUSHIMA DISASTER.

A window of 150 837 seconds of free on-line streaming of the documentary
INTO ETERNITY has now opened.

WHEN

March 3rd, 2012 at 7.32 am (CET): The window opens

March 5th, 2012 at 1.26 am (CET): The window closes

Population Density
Fukushima was not a natural disaster,
but a result of human error and mental meltdown!
Read full statement Michael Madsen, Director of INTO ETERNITY