Fukushima could be in a meltdown state, as rad levels off the charts

From Enenews

Highest Yet: 2 Sieverts per hour detected in No. 1 reactor on May 13

May 14th, 2011 at 05:04 PM
(from Japanese)

Double doors near the southeast entrance of the robot, a high dose was recorded 2000 mm per hour Sv radiation measurements, the scattering state is not reflected in particular. TEPCO is the result of high concentrations of polluted water flowed in the pipe near this location are expected to record high doses.

This is an update from the previously-detecter levels of 1000 mSv/hr, which is already of extreme toxicity…

Off the Scale: Radiation in No. 1 reactor building exceeds 1,000 millisieverts per hour – Levels too high for Geiger counter to measure (!!!)
May 13th, 2011 at 07:51 PM

Primary 1 Fukushima: 1000 2nd Floor Unit 1 mSv, Mainichi, May 11, 2011:

Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry on July 11 on the second floor of Unit 1 nuclear reactor Hukushima first TEPCO announced that it has measured high levels of radioactive material exceeding 1000 mSv per hour.


In April 16th radiaton levels were many times lower than that, which means there has been a dramatic increase in radiation leaking from reactor 1.

Another problem area is the building housing the No. 1 reactor. TEPCO officials used a U.S.-made robot on April 16 to measure radiation levels and detected radiation of 270 millisieverts per hour in the No. 1 reactor building.

That level of radiation means a worker could spend less than an hour in the area before exceeding the allowable dosage.

This is of major, since this recent burst of radiation will directly affect the lives of people in the area, and most of the Northern Hemisphere as well (this could be where you are living).

If you are reading this, I strongly urge you to spread this information the best you can, as the mainstream media in the West is remaining somewhat silent on the problem, and we cannot rely on it any longer. This is many times bigger than the meltdown that occurred following the Japanese Tsunami.

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