“It is true — Everything Mr. Gundersen said was absolutely right — He performed quite a service”: NRC Chairman in 1990s (VIDEO)

Gundersen’s Latest: 60 holes in bottom of Fukushima-type reactors make core melt-through easier — Fuel only had to get through a thin pipe, not inches of steel (VIDEO)

Nuclear Engineer: I find it very strange there’s been no photos of Unit No. 3 fuel pool for months

Nuclear Engineer: Fukushima reactors continue to emit significant quantities of radioactive gases — Latest figure is a Gigabecquerel per day (AUDIO)

Gundersen: Radioactive sulfur in California shows there were ongoing criticalities, recurring chain reactions (VIDEO)

Nuclear engineer suggests ENENEWS during interview — Visits several times a day (VIDEO)

Rainout of hot particles from radioactive clouds to continue for another year — Not just in Pacific Northwest, says Gundersen (AUDIO)

Officials say radiation levels are minute and present no health risk… I am working with scientists who are publishing a paper that will definitively prove that to be wrong

Insider in charge of monitoring radiation at TMI says radioactive release was 100s or 1,000s of times higher than gov’t admits

Nowhere to Run: Hot radioactive particles in Seattle at 50 percent of levels seen in Tokyo — Latches onto lung tissue (VIDEO)

IAEA: ‘Vapor’ rising from reactors No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4

Webcam shows massive cloud of radioactive steam rising from Fukushima (PHOTOS)

Latest webcam image shows clouds of radioactive steam rising from Fukushima… After color correction (COMPARISON PHOTOS)

Webcam Fukushima, April 19, 2011 at 5:00 pm in Japan: “When you see those clouds of smoke coming out of the unit, that’s not steam, that’s radioactive steam.” -Arnie Gundersen, nuclear expert

“Disturbing”: Photo clearly shows no water in spent fuel pool -Nuclear expert (VIDEO)

Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Associates, March 31, 2011

Nuclear consultant doubts official temperature estimates — Reactor No. 3 probably much nearer to THOUSANDS of degrees

John King USA on CNN, March 21, 2011 at 7:00 pm EDT