U. of Tokyo analysis: Mystery explosion at Reactor No. 4 caused by radiation dissolving water in boiling spent fuel pool — Contradicts TEPCO’s assumption

Experts fear radiation from damaged nuclear fuel has weakened structures of reactors and spent fuel pools at Fukushima

Nuclear Engineer: I find it very strange there’s been no photos of Unit No. 3 fuel pool for months

220 Million Bq/liter of Cesium now in No. 2 Spent Fuel Pool — SFP No. 1, 2, & 3 “clearly have significant spent fuel damage” (VIDEO)

Cesium-134 nearly doubles in Fukushima Spent Fuel Pool No. 1 over past two months — Now at 23,000 bq/cm³

Report: 400,000,000,000 neutrons released per square meter surface of spent fuel pools between March 13-20

Tokyo U. nuke expert: Radioactive substances may have “poured” into pipe during explosion — Levels could also be extremely high outside Reactors No. 3 and 4

Fukushima Blackout: Cooling at SPF No. 3 stopped for 5 hours, still on backup power — TEPCO says no ‘major’ change in temp

TEPCO probes Fukushima blackout, NHK, July 22, 2011:

NHK News Flash: Electricity cut at Reactors No. 3 and 4, cooling system shut down — TEPCO says no “major” change in radiation around plant

Brochure from France’s largest nuke company describes fuel melting in spent fuel pool at Fukushima — Concluded that TEPCO apparently had not released most information it held

Video of damaged spent fuel pool No. 3 reveals single bundle of fuel that is very near water surface — “There should be a lot of bundles” (VIDEO)

Video of damaged spent fuel pool No. 3 reveals only a single bundle of fuel that is very near water surface — “There should be a lot of bundles” (VIDEO)

TEPCO adding boric acid to No. 3 spent fuel pool to prevent situation which could lead to re-criticality

Fukushima Weekly Wrapup for June 24

No. 4 spent fuel pool only 8 degrees below boiling point

NYT: Fire before Ft. Calhoun’s spent fuel pool lost cooling power “remains under investigation”

Spent fuel pool No. 4 water level drops to 1/3 capacity — High levels of radiation released after ‘equipment’ in pool was exposed

Flashes followed by increased smoke/steam near Reactors No. 3 and 4 (VIDEO)

Strange flashes followed by increased smoke/steam near Reactors No. 3 and 4 (VIDEO)

First photo released from inside Reactor No. 4 — Walls and pipes “charred black”

Trouble at SFP No. 4: Water injections not enough to cool pool — Workers find large hole in wall

High iodine levels mean No. 3 reactor core or a spent fuel pool is “starting itself up” every once in a while, believes nuclear consultant