This music video from Japan says about itself:
From the Japan Times:
Deadly 9.4 sieverts detected outside Fukushima reactor 2 containment vessel; checks stop
Oct 30, 2015
Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Thursday that radiation levels of up to 9.4 sieverts per hour have been detected near a reactor containment vessel at the meltdown-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.
Sept. 4-25 checks found the extremely high radiation levels in a small building containing a pipe that is connected to the reactor 2 containment vessel at the plant, which was devastated in the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, Tepco said.
Exposure to such a dosage for some 45 minutes would result in death. Tepco said it expects decontamination work at the site to take at least one month.
Although details surrounding the high radiation levels remain scarce, the highest contamination was detected near the floor of the building, according to the company.
Tepco had planned to begin checking the inside of the containment vessel in August by using a remote-controlled robot, but high radiation levels have stalled the examination.
Extremely high radiation levels and the inability to grasp the details about melted nuclear fuel make it impossible for the utility to chart the course of its planned decommissioning of the reactors at the plant.
Time has come for an ‘honorable retreat’ from Tokyo 2020 [Olympics] over Fukushima — Dr. Brian Victoria, The Japan Times: here.
Cancer and Fukushima: Who to trust? — The Japan Times: here.
JAPAN Nuclear Fuel Ltd announced yesterday that it was postponing the opening of a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant until September 2018. The company cited regulators’ lengthy inspection procedures and the time needed for safety upgrades: here.
Radioactive waste mounts up as residents resist post-Fukushima disposal plans — The Asahi Shimbun: here.
Fukushima confirms 11 new thyroid cancer cases among young people — The Asahi Shimbun: here.
Radiation from Japan nuclear disaster spreads off U.S. shores — Reuters: here.
Dec. 10, 2015 – Updated 02:54 UTC+1. The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says levels of radioactivity in underground tunnels have sharply risen: here.