There are a number of wacko sites trying their darnedest to stimulate fear and trembling about the events at Fukushima even though the reactors have been in a cold shutdown condition for two full years.
As noted earlier this week, if you want to get information about Fukushima from a calmed, interested, and well informed source, you would have a hard time beating the updates that Les Corrice is posting regularly at Hiroshima Syndrome under the headings of Fukushima Accident Updates and Fukushima Commentary.
Please pay attention to good sources of information and recognize that there are plenty of sources that are lying to the world.
Here is a huge hint for you. If you land on a site illustrated with the below photo and a caption that says anything about Fukushima, you should immediately take anything else you find on the site with a whole barrel full of salt. (Note: For what should be obvious reasons, I have not provided a link to the site where I found this picture with a filename claiming that it illustrated Fukushima Daiichi.)
The photo is really a picture of the liquified petroleum gas (LPG) facility at Chiba that kept burning until March 21, 2011, 10 full days after the Great North East Japanese earthquake. You can find other dramatic photos of the effects of the tsunami and earthquake at site like that Daily Mail’s page titled The big pictures: The moment Japan’s cataclysmic tsunami engulfed a nation