FUKUSHIMA REACTOR CRISIS: RADIATION CONCERNS GROW

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By Miriam Raftery

 

May 11, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) – Several of our readers have asked for updates on the crisis at the Fukushima, Japan nuclear reactors. I expected that since the story seems to have fallen off the radar of most major media, the situation might have stabilized.

 

The truth is quite the opposite. The best site I found with reliable updates is Energy News, a site dedicated to reporting the Fukushima crisis with links to top news stories and videos from reputable news agencies worldwide. High radiation levels have been found consistently outside the official exclusion zone. Yesterday’s headlines alone make clear that a resolution is nowhere in site:

• Fukushima collapse looms? Fukushima No. 4 leaning (Russian Times)
• Highest yet: Iodine-131 in No. 3 spent fuel pool at over 1,000,000 times normal – “Generated during nuclear fission” (NHK)
• Dutch authorities seize 5 containers after hazardous radiation exceeded permissible levels (Kyodo)
• TEPCO: Reactor No. 3 Temperature rising: pumping water to cool reactor may be insufficient (NHK)
These stories and more at http://enenews.com/

 


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Comments

It is really sad that major


It is really sad that major media had abandoned the watch about the Fukushima Reactor Crisis when in fact people should definitely know what the present situation is. We should be aware about the situation since it will be for our own good. I am glad the Energy News is still reporting news about the Fukushima Reactor Crisis.


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good website

I really like enenews.com

I like how they summarize the article they are linking you to. Sometimes that is enough...sometimes I follow the link to read more. Thanks for letting everybody know.