All through 2011 and for the following years I followed the amateur scientists who monitored what was really happening at Fukushima. The reactor didn’t just meltdown, the reactors in some cases flashed and exploded. These were equivalent to massive dirty bombs. And the radioactive material was scattered around the world on the winds, and is still flowing into the seas nearby last I checked. A friend invited me to blog about this at Fukushima Emergency What can we do and I have blogged there. I’m glad too. The facebook sites one tries to comment at tend to get overwhelmed with trolls and bad moderation. But we covered a lot what happened and I learned a lot from the amateurs and some nuclear scientists who were following what was actually happening. It is still dangerous. I drafted this post in 2012. It is still dangerous.