Nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen said today that the containment vessel at Fukushima reactor 2 has a large crack in it. Reactors 1, 2 and 3 all exploded. BBC reports today:
They know very little about what’s going on inside Reactors 1, 2, and 3 [...] They don’t really know what the state of the reactor core is.
Indeed, there is no containment at Fukushima.
The operator of the Fukushima plants says it's "impossible" to keep storing radioactive water in tanks, and Tepco will need to intentionally dump it into the ocean.
The area around Fukushima has become so contaminated that even the trees are radioactive.
And Tokyo is almost as irradiated as Fukushima.
Agence France-Presse notes:
Beach walkers are likely to encounter a disturbing but relentless flow of flotsam [from Japan] for years to come.
American sailors were exposed to massive doses of radiation. Conditions were so bad that they considered suicide. Many of these good men and women are now really sick. More here, here and here. (But both the Japanese and American governments have abandoned them.)
It has now been officially admitted that the accident was caused by collusion between the government and nuclear industry.
A worker at the Fukushima nuclear plan succinctly notes:
Even an elementary-school kid knows TEPCO always lies.
We have been fooled by the government ...
We don't mean to pick on Japan. After all, the American government is dictating nuclear policy in Japan. American reactors are even more dangerous than Fukushima. And a secret report confirms that Southern California Edison knew of major problems at the San Onofre nuclear plant ... but let the slipshod expansion and remodeling project continue anyway.