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NRC afraid bottom of Reactor No. 3 will break out and dump everything — First time it’s mentioned problem

The ideal conditions for corrosion . . . → Read More: NRC afraid bottom of Reactor No. 3 will break out and dump everything — First time it’s mentioned problem

High iodine levels mean No. 3 reactor core or a spent fuel pool is “starting itself up” every once in a while, believes nuclear consultant

Transcript for Exclusive Arnie Gundersen Interview: The Dangers of Fukushima Are Worse and Longer-lived Than We Think, Chris Martenson, June 3, 2011:

Arnie Gundersen, nuclear consultant [...] It’s also possible in any of the fuel pools, one, two, three, and four pools, that you could get a criticality, as well. So there’s been frequent . . . → Read More: High iodine levels mean No. 3 reactor core or a spent fuel pool is “starting itself up” every once in a while, believes nuclear consultant

Highest Yet: Radiation inside Reactor No. 1 drywell rises to 250 Sieverts per hour

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Radiation dose, Unit 1 nuclear power plant Hukushima, atmc.jp, June 4, 2011:

See also: 4,000 millisieverts per hour detected at No. 1 reactor building

4,000 millisieverts per hour detected at No. 1 reactor building

High levels of radiation found at Japan nuclear plant, DPA, June 4, 2011:

High levels of radiation were detected at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in north-eastern Japan, the operator said Saturday.

Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said it sent a robot into the building of reactor 1 Friday and detected up to . . . → Read More: 4,000 millisieverts per hour detected at No. 1 reactor building

Winds have turned, hot particles to head south from Fukushima — Advice is to leave Tokyo if Unit No. 4 collapses (AUDIO)

Transcript for Exclusive Arnie Gundersen Interview: The Dangers of Fukushima Are Worse and Longer-lived Than We Think, Chris Martenson, June 3, 2011:

Arnie Gundersen, nuclear consultant

[N]ow the winds have turned, so they are heading to the south toward Tokyo and now my concern and my advice to friends that if there is . . . → Read More: Winds have turned, hot particles to head south from Fukushima — Advice is to leave Tokyo if Unit No. 4 collapses (AUDIO)