Land around Fukushima now radioactive dead zone

Resembles target struck by atomic bomb

Germany to scrap nuclear power by 2022

In a move meant to put it at the forefront of the conversion to renewable energy, Germany will switch off eight of its 17 nuclear plants this year and close the other nine by 2022

Japanese Containers Test Positive for Radiation on Arrival in Rotterdam

Five of the containers, scanned on arrival at the Port of Rotterdam, were quarantined because the level of contamination was above the permissible threshold

Citizen Monitors Keep A Wary Eye On Radiation And Government

Retired teacher Don Curry visits a Las Vegas radiation monitoring station every few days to record and collect data. Why? “You know the History of this”, he asks? “We don’t trust the government”

Radiation exposure chart admits cancer radiotherapy delivers fatal dose to patients

The cancer industry’s own treatments, it turns out, are its best source of repeat business because the No. 1 side effect of chemotherapy is – guess what? – cancer!

Radiation at No. 2 spent fuel pool millions of times above normal!

Alarming New Fukushima Reports

When TEPCO says things are stable, it’s only “in the sense that you’re dangling from a cliff hanging by your fingernails. And as the time goes by, each fingernail starts to crack. That’s the situation now,” extremely dangerous and uncertain, says Physics Prof. Michio Kaku

Japan nuclear operator aims for cold shutdown in 6-9 months

Ultimately TEPCO plans to cover the crippled reactor

Radiation levels jump in Japan’s groundwater

Radiation levels in groundwater around Fukushima Daiichi plant soar as Toshiba, which helped build the crippled nuclear reactors, says decommissioning them will take at least 10 years

Japan raises nuclear crisis to same level as Chernobyl

And we believe that the consequences could ultimately be more far reaching and severe

Fukushima: A ‘nuclear sacrifice zone’

Fears grow that Japan’s ongoing nuclear disaster may be worse than Chernobyl

Fukushima Daiichi Reactors 5-6 Stability Under Threat 04.04.11 (Video fixed!)

A telling admission by a TEPCO official – just watch his face – underscores how the situation at Fukushima could soon deteriorate still further

Japan: It may take months to stop radiation

On Sunday, Japan’s government warned that it may take months to stop radiation leaking from the crippled nuclear plant

Tepco fails to block Fukushima crack

The bodies of two employees who have been missing were discovered as radioactive water continues to pour into the sea

Nuclear Fuel Pool Has NO WATER, RODS EXPOSED – Plutonium Could Become Volatile

A former chief nuclear engineer gives his assessment on the situation unfolding at Fukushima. Informed commentary

A 100-year battle awaits Fukushima while suicide workers are needed to keep up the rescue efforts

A 100-year battle awaits Fukushima while suicide workers are needed to keep up the rescue efforts

Natural News’ Mike Adams with some of the latest developments from the unfolding crisis at Fukushima

Japan nuclear crisis: Fukushima 50 ‘expect to die’

Workers who have been fighting to bring the reactors under control at Japan’s strick nuclear plant expect to die from radiation sickness, according to the mother of one of the men

Radiation rising beyond exclusion zone

Emissions continue to climb climb with the International Atomic Energy Agency saying radiation had reached evacuation levels in one village 40 km from Fukushima

Confidence Slips Away as Japan Battles Nuclear Peril

In an admission of how long the cooling process may take, Hidehiko Nishiyama, deputy director general of Japan’s nuclear regulator, said late Tuesday: “We will have to continue cooling for quite a long period. We should be thinking years”

‘Worse Than Chernobyl': When the Fukushima Meltdown Hits Groundwater

Fukushima was a disaster waiting to happen, writes Dr Tom Burnett and now that it is it’s likely to dwarf Chernobyl