World Health Organization “beholden” to IAEA since 1959 — Can’t release a report without their agreement — “Like having Dracula guard the blood bank” (VIDEO)

10 trillion becquerels per hour of radiation currently being released from Fukushima plant: Researcher (VIDEO)

Worse than a ‘melt through’ – a ‘melt out’? — See Graphic

IAEA closed door session: Group was unable to obtain necessary information from Japan about Fukushima — Led to difficulties projecting how radioactive materials would spread around world

Japanese gov’t report on Fukushima: “The situation has become extremely severe”

60 million curies of radiation released from Fukushima — 50 million curies at Chernobyl

Gov’t report suggests situation “far worse” than meltdown — It “is the worst possibility in a nuclear accident”

IAEA is mandated to “accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomic energy” — “Like expecting a tobacco company to prevent lung cancer”

IAEA: Japan gov’t response to nuclear crisis has been “exemplary” — Long-term response “impressive and well organized”

Nuclear engineers urging IAEA to create “Level 8” on INES scale for Fukushima

“IAEA today admitted there is no such thing as ‘safe’ levels of radiation” — Allowable radiation standard based on ‘benefit’, not safety

Reactor No. 5 cooling system stops, backup not yet working — Analysis showed No. 1 was melting 50 minutes after cooling stopped

IAEA informed in March that No. 1 reactor core started melting about 50 minutes after cooling stopped — Melted pile of fuel in 3.5 hours

Fukushima reactor had meltdown 3.5 hours after cooling system collapsed: U.S. researcher, Mainichi, May 23, 2011:

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

IAEA expert predicts radioactive cesium will be carried across Pacific to West Coast of U.S. and Canada in one or two years

Workers enter Japan nuclear reactor building, AP, May 5, 2011

IAEA: White “smoke” continues to be emitted from units No. 2 and 3

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

Localized criticality happening now: Blue flashing light over Fukushima — “Not good news” says Fox (VIDEO)

IAEA doesn’t think it will cause “a full on meltdown across the plant.”

“Ethereal blue flash” may occur during “localized criticality” -Bloomberg

“Very high levels of contamination” far away from Fukushima exclusion zone — More than double amount Soviets set for “relocation” at Chernobyl

IAEA: “Uncontrolled nuclear chain reactions” may be coming from melted fuel in No. 1 reactor

“Japan will consider pouring concrete into its crippled Fukushima atomic plant”

IAEA says Fukushima reactors may have achieved “re-criticality” — Increased radiation releases possible

IAEA nuclear safety director Denis Flory said this at a press conference on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg News