TEPCO: Reactor No. 2 and 3 water level gauges “not very trustworthy” — Likely malfunctioning as No. 1 did

Off the Scale: Radiation in No. 1 reactor building exceeds 1,000 millisieverts per hour — Levels too high for Geiger counter to measure

“Highly dangerous” levels of radiation detected in No. 3 reactor building — Double amount from April

Robot finds high radiation at No. 3 reactor bldg, The Yomiuri Shimbun, May 14, 2011

Top DOE official: US “had difficulty grasping what was actually happening” at Fukushima (VIDEO)

‘Situation’ at No. 1 reactor “could escalate rapidly if the lava melts through the reactor vessel”

The Independent, May 13, 2011

Fears that Reactor No. 3 “which contains MOX plutonium fuel, may have also suffered a meltdown”

Partial meltdown hits Fukushima nuclear plant, The Independent, May 13, 2011

Japanese nuclear expert says meltdown has now made cooling “very difficult” (AUDIO)

TEPCO admits “multiple holes” found in bottom of No. 1 reactor’s pressure vessel

Plan to flood Fukushima reactor could cause new blast, experts warn

Real severe problem cooling Unit No. 3 reactor — Hydrogen explosion possible (VIDEO)

Real severe problem cooling Unit No. 3 reactor — Hydrogen explosion possible (VIDEO)

Fairewinds Associates, May 13, 2011

Gov’t Official: It is a fact that nuclear fuel melted a hole through Reactor No. 1

Most likely ‘solution’ to fuel melting through reactor is a concrete wall around Unit No. 1 — “Could now take years” to encapsulate because of high radiation

UPDATE 2-Fukushima reactor has a hole, leading to leakage, Reuters

NYT: TEPCO had hoped that Reactor No. 1 was the “easiest to bring under control” as No. 2 and 3 are believed to be breached and leaking