Deborah Dupre | Human Rights Examiner
December 2 2011
‘Gravest Fukushima status report’
TEPCO and the Japanese government, for first time since the Fukushima nuclear power plant nuclear catastrophe began on March 8, have said the facility is near China Syndrome according to a report that the Wall Street Journal called Thursday the “Gravest Fukushima status report.” Nuclear fuel rods in Reactor No. 1 have likely melted completely through the last vessel between radioactive material and the planet, as independent scientists and nuclear whistleblowers have been saying was a clear concern since August.
- Fukushima No. 1 reactor core melted completely, nearing full ‘China Syndrome’ scenario (tipggita32.wordpress.com)
- Greenpeace ~ Fukushima Radiation Risks “Severely Underestimated” (shiftfrequency.com)
- China syndrome: Architect of Fukushima reactor warns of ‘massive hydrovolcanic explosion’ (dangerousminds.net)