But don't worry, the nuke accident is "winding down" successfully, according to the Japanese government under the new administration and TEPCO.
First, Reactor 1 coverup (TEPCO handout for the press, 10/14/2011). What was the cover for again? TEPCO has been claiming the air coming out of the wrecked reactor is far below what's allowed for radiation control area in a nuclear power plant. (Oh I forgot. It was to avoid Google Earth.)
2 packbots entered the reactor building of Reactor 1 to measure the radiation on October 13. The location where 4 sieverts/hr steam was observed in June still has very high radiation - maximum 4.7 sieverts/hr - but no more steam, says TEPCO.
(OK, where is the corium? Has it escaped the water-filled basement?).
Here's the link to the video (for download) of the location of the 4.7 sieverts/hr radiation: http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/news/110311/images/111014_01.wmv
A lot of white noise.