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You don’t need to have state-of-the-art video equipment to make a great video. This video was made by a Japanese student as part of his final thesis project in 2010.

As you can see, this info-graphic video was created without the use of a video camera. This shows that there are many ways of creating multimedia content. What is really needed is a creative mind and some technical skills.

On top of Japan’s issues that have been highlighted in the video, they are now plagued with a potential nuclear meltdown. Apparently the situation is becoming increasingly critical; I don’t know what exactly will happen in the days to come, but I certainly hope that Japan does not suffer the fate of Chernobyl. In case you don’t know the severity of the Chernobyl accident, here’s a very graphic video which highlights the devastation which has plagued Chernobyl for the past 25 years.

Even today, it is still not safe to live in the affected areas around Chernobyl.

Whatever happens, I hope that Japan does not suffer the same fate as Chernobyl.

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