195,000,000 Bq/L of cesium detected in Unit No. 3 turbine building — Basement is filled 10 feet deep with this highly radioactive water — No testing for strontium

FORUM: General Discussion Thread for Feb. 14 – 21, 2012

Hospital doctor says patients suffering high-level radiation exposure from Fukushima — Complains media are not reporting his findings

Fukushima cities, hospitals say they can't wait any longer for gov't to help them -- Still only a "small number" of Minami-Soma citizens have been checked for internal exposure

Reuters Interview: “I can’t sleep, I can’t eat, I’ve lost 8 kg and when I went to the doctor I threw up everything I took” (VIDEO)

Yomiuri: Right after Tepco’s test, temperature rose sharply and went overscale — Reporters starting to ask questions

Reporter asks if Tepco test caused device to break — Nuclear experts doubt foregone conclusion of instrument failure at Reactor No. 2

Tepco: Cable inside the thermometer is probably cut at Reactor No. 2

Reuters: Contamination concerns growing… High radiation levels 270+ km from meltdowns — Gundersen: Over half of Japanese living in contaminated areas… Includes places 400 km away from Fukushima (VIDEO)

Nuclear Expert on Reactor No. 2 Footage: Sort of like a scene out of Alien, everything is kind of dripping and oozing (AUDIO) — Tepco Today: There’s little sign of steam

Former top Japan nuclear official appalled by his new findings: Iodine-133 likely a major contributor to thyroid dose after Fukushima — Much bigger health concern than I-131 (VIDEO)

Off the Scale: Reactor No. 2 temperature exceeded 400°C — Tepco says device broken — Reporter asks about recriticality

Gundersen: They are creating 100 to 1,000 times more radioactive material by burning debris than keeping it in concentrated form (AUDIO)

Professor: Damage to pressure vessel if melted fuel keeps heating up at Reactor No. 2? — Tepco blames faulty gauge, yet still fears rising temps

Bloomberg: Reactor No. 2 temperature breaches safety limit — Now almost double Feb. 1 level — Validity of safety declaration questioned — Nearly 200°F