It's not clear enough for me to make anything out from it. The flames I've seen in the past didn't project at an angle like that. When you blow it up to a larger size you can see some purplish haze above it which could be smoke if it is a flame. It also could be a reflection from a crane boom, but I'm not sure why it would reflect so brightly. From the videos you've been watching Majia, there's obviously something burning behind the bright light, which is there to cover the flames. Also I see a lot of smoke/steam coming from the pit at the north end of #3. This hasn't seemed to slow down much in the past year. Sorry I can't be of more help.James.It
Thank you James. It is nice to hear from you.
Considering all the fog, mists, steam, smoke, fires, lights, heat waves, and rainbows emitting continually from the plants, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out Fukushima is hot, and has been since March 11th, 2011.