hat tip Sickputer at Enenews for finding this one of Fukushima Steaming
Fukushima Diary has posted that there is evidence that reactors 5 and 6 are now having significant problems also (are in "crisis")
see also Enenews discussion http://enenews.com/report-fukushima-reactors-no-5-6-now-in-crisis-cesium-outside-release-points-up-1000-in-recent-days-local-says-hitachi-engineers-coming-to-help-video
Potrblog is reporting on google mapping of strontium and plutonium in Japan
Enformable has posted data on radiation in Japan collected by the NNSA (U.S.)
And if the Fukushimas are not enough to tip us into permanent crisis, all it could take would be a strong geomagnetic storm hitting earth directly.
The Watchers is reporting that a strong EMP hit Earth today. Today's wasn't disruptive of our electronics (that we know of), but the possibility exists that a strong EMP could take down many electrical devices and grids