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

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

Fukushima may release more radiation than Chernobyl: TEPCO

Japan’s Fukushima Reactor May Have Leaked Radiation Before Tsunami Struck, Bloomberg by Yuji Okada, Tsuyoshi Inajima and Shunichi Ozasa, May 19, 2011 6:21 am EDT:

[...] Japan’s government in April raised the severity rating of the Fukushima crisis to the highest on an international scale, the same level as the Chernobyl disaster. The station, . . . → Read More: Fukushima may release more radiation than Chernobyl: TEPCO

British Scientist: There’s no doubt Fukushima dwarfs Chernobyl

British Scientist: There’s no doubt Fukushima dwarfs Chernobyl

Christopher Busby: The Negative Health Effects of Low-Dose Radiation from Fukushima, Alex Jones Channel, May 18, 2011:

[:40 in] There’s no doubt that it dwarfs Chernobyl…

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZszDrDfL5A

Dr Chris Busby is scientific consultant to the Low Level Radiation Campaign and director of the independent environmental consultancy, Green Audit. He obtained First Class Honours BSc . . . → Read More: 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

Trace of radioactive materials detected in Osaka, NHK, May 19, 2011:

Osaka’s Institute of Public Health announced on Thursday that tiny amounts of cesium-134 and cesium-137 were found in samples collected from its rooftop between April 1st and May 2nd. [...]

It says it was the first-ever detection of cesium-134, and that levels of . . . → Read More: 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 . . . → Read More: “Water dropping down from above” in Reactor No. 2 — Steaming spent fuel pool blamed

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

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Recriticality? Possibility of re-criticality?! IAEA investigation into, and three rocket or Hukuzima Meltdown? (Recriticality? 再臨界の可能性は?! IAEA調査入り,福島三号機でMeltdownか?), May 18, 2011:

Translation via FanJapan

Title: “Recriticality? Possibility of recriticality?! IAEA report: a meltdown at Fukushima unit 3?”

Update: Full Translation via JapanFan (Please consider leaving a kind word for their efforts in the comment section)

. . . → Read More: “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”

Radiation tests lacking / Nuclear plant workers unsure of internal exposure levels, The Yomiuri Shimbun, May 19, 2011:

[...] only 10 percent of workers there had been tested for internal radiation exposure [...]

A number of personnel working to overcome the nuclear crisis at the facility are increasingly alarmed by their lack of internal . . . → Read More: 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 . . . → Read More: TEPCO says it’s “difficult” to start injecting nitrogen needed to prevent blast at Reactor No. 3