March 24, 2011 (AM) If you have not read the articles in the resources section below..then please know this is update to the Japan crisis of nuclear reactors steaming, releasing radiation and related topics of earthquakes and crisis management. INformation on resources is found on this original post Black Smoke and Tap Water: Nuclear reactor crisis: Japan nuclear reactors
BREAKING NEWS: THAILAND EARTHQUAKE MEASURING 7.0 MAGNITUDE. ALSO: NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN a 6.1 earthquake!
Bieber and Rihanna are recording an album to raise aid $$$.
This morning the Syndney Morning Herold is reporting that Workers have been evacuated from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor due RADIATION BURNS being discovered on several of the workers. This is very alarming as the efforts being made are crucial to preventing a complete meltdown. Yesterday experts were stating that it would be two weeks of fighting this, before it could be declared a non-crisis. ON a side note tap water is fast approaching the official, unsafe level for adults as well as humans.
Updates on dead and missing can be found here: AT the Earth Quake Report website
RAdiation traces are showing up on the West Coast - still are expected to be minimal and at safe levels
Doomsday Bunker or Fall Out Shelter Sales are skyrocketing. Prices can range from a couple of thousand to 20,000 dollars. -source CNN broadcast news.
March 23, 2011 PM - Tonight, there is not much to update: Black smoke still billows, and white smoke (steam) rises from the other reactors. Drinking water in Tokyo is still unsafe and there is no end in sight. It will be a day by day battle. One expert believes that Black Smoke indicates an oil or electrical problem. So far, Libya, Yemen, the bombing of Israel and Elizabeth Taylor are ruling the news! Gwen Stefani has donated 1 million dollars to relief efforts.
Pcitures are now availabler of the inside of the Nuclear plant. via google news
Photograph from Japan Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency via AP Their faces obscured by breathing masks, workers pore over data in the control room for .