Tom Engelhardt says "it looks ever grimmer as talk of days until the nuclear crisis subsides reluctantly slips into weeks and the weeks into months" and notes that "few are willing to look into the abyss and really wonder about the worst that could happen" — Glow in the Dark Euphemisms as the Japanese Nuclear Crisis Worsens.
One of those "willing to look into the abyss and really wonder about the worst that could happen" is Chris Whitney, who writes, "Conditions at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant are deteriorating and the doomsday scenario is beginning to unfold" — Is Fukushima About to Blow? "The Fukushima fiasco is gaining pace putting tens of thousands of people at risk of thyroid cancer, childhood leukemia and other life-threatening ailments."
"Nearly all of these experts who appear and pontificate have not actually done any research on the issue of radiation and health," writes Chris Busby, calling them "criminally irresponsible, since their advice will lead to millions of deaths" — Deconstructing Nuclear Experts.
Der Spiegel reports on "how little experts know about the dangers that still lurk on the grounds of the ill-fated plant" and quotes Wolfram König, head of Germany's Federal Office for Radiation Protection, as calling this "an ongoing, massive release of radioactivity" that "isn't over by a long shot" and "already is a partial meltdown" — How Dangerous Is Japan's Creeping Nuclear Disaster?
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