• Terrence Aym
A brilliant professor who desperately warned the Japanese government for years about an earthquake induced nuclear crisis was in essence fired by a government-industrial subcommittee for being correct. Sometimes being right is wrong—wrong if you want to keep your reputation.
Seismologist Katsuhiko Ishibashi, Kobe University Professor Emeritus, says in his bestselling book, "A Seismologist Warns,” that Japan's nuclear industry ignored his dire warnings. In a recent interview Ishibashi also revealed that a top nuclear regulator once referred to him as a "nobody."
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