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Note-Robots are NOT remote controlled

NASA would disagree - [1]

RFV discussion: March–April 2017[edit]

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(Japan), (Russia) A human worker commissioned to enter the site of a radioactive nuclear power plant spill or meltdown in order to remove toxic waste, often limited by timed maximum acceptable level of exposure to radiation. In some countries, commissioned destitute (homeless) males and the military.

Not found in a cursory search, current events coverage however is discussing the use of (traditional sense) robots in the dismantling of Fukushima. Seems alternative fact-ish to me. - Amgine/ t·e 17:43, 7 March 2017 (UTC)