Korean TV news director exposed to 148 milliSieverts — Chromosome analysis shows 7 cells out of 1,000 damaged

High radiation exposure to news directors returning from Fukushima, Yonhap News, May 11, 2011

UPDATE: TEPCO may have to find another way to inject nitrogen needed to prevent blast at Reactor No. 3

Humidity, heat, radiation in reactor buildings, NHK, May 20, 2011

Fukushima may release more radiation than Chernobyl: TEPCO

British Scientist: There’s no doubt Fukushima dwarfs Chernobyl

Cesium-137 levels 100 times normal levels in Osaka, 350 miles SW of Fukushima — First-ever detection of cesium-134

“Water dropping down from above” in Reactor No. 2 — Steaming spent fuel pool blamed

Workers find pools of water at No.2, NHK, May 19, 2011

“Recriticality? Possibility of recriticality?! IAEA report: a meltdown at Fukushima unit 3?” (JAPAN TV)

Fukushima worker’s told his internal radiation level is 30,000 cpm — “That’s never happened before”

TEPCO says it’s “difficult” to start injecting nitrogen needed to prevent blast at Reactor No. 3

NHK, May 19, 2011