Neutron beam seen 13 times at Fukushima — Maybe evidence of nuclear fission or release of plutonium

Tokyo drinking water unsafe for infants: Officials — Government distributing bottled water

Black smoke billows from No. 3 containing plutonium — “We don’t know the reason” (PHOTO)

Prompting another evacuation of workers from the plant during the afternoon, Tokyo Electric officials said

News anchor: “I’m just a trial lawyer, but I know that radiation comes across the ocean” (VIDEO)

Headline News, March 22, 2011

NEWS ADVISORY: Repair work halted at reactor No. 2 — Temp rising at No. 1

Kyodo at 11:13 pm EDT

Cesium-137 released at Fukushima in first four days could be 50 percent of Chernobyl total: Austria’s ZAMG

Spike in radiation levels for West Coast? “Abnormal” readings on 8 of 18 EPA monitors for California, Oregon, Washington — Devices now “undergoing quality review”

Scientists: Chernobyl resulted in 985,000 deaths worldwide as of 2004 — 500 percent more cancer fatalities when using MOX

Published by the New York Academy of Sciences, Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment was written by scientists who used health data from 1986 to 2004

TEPCO admits No. 1 and No. 2 reactors suffered more damage than originally believed

Confusion: Radiation still being released from Fukushima — Officials don’t know where it is coming from

Comparisons with X-rays and CT scans “meaningless” — Inhaling particles increases radiation exposure by “a factor of a trillion” says expert

“Bubbling” spent fuel pool must be taken care of it as quickly as possible: Japan Official

Spent fuel pool at No. 2 is steaming — Also white haze above No. 3

COMMON spent fuel pool now being sprayed with water — Contains 6,375 spent fuel assemblies

Cooling pumps damaged beyond repair — May take weeks to fix, hopes dashed for a quick resolution

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

Radiation “skyrockets” 20 km from Fukushima — 1,600 times higher than normal

Trouble: Still not enough power to run crucial machinery after connecting power line – NYT

Fukushima radioactive inventory is “30 to 40 times as high as in Chernobyl”: German radiation expert (Google Translation)

Nie wieder Sushi, Frankfurter Rundschau, March 20, 2011

New photo of reactor No. 3 shows bad damage and dark smoke

Gray smoke rises at Unit 3, workers evacuated: Official – Washington Post

Nuclear engineer: Death toll from Fukushima catastrophe could top 500,000