Editor's note: CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a close look at how the Japanese government has handled the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
The only response i have to this video is "Thank you Kyung Lah for ongoing coverage in Japan."
What are the consequences of reactor complete meltdowns of reactors 1, 2 and 3? What about reactor radioactivity length of life? Is it anywhere nearly as long as the Cesium 137 in waste fuel rods? Can the reactor meltdowns also affect the nuclear waste fuel? And how do these variables interact with typhoons that might hit them? Are the spent nuclear fuel ponds already out of control with irreversible fires, emitting uncontrolled radiation, etc.? If so, how much radiation? Have the workers at the nuclear plants after the tusnami most certainly been exposed to life threatening radiation?
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