Japanese officials have raised the nuclear threat level at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant from 5 to 7. The severity of Japan’s nuclear crisis is now on par with the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.
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You’ve seen some incredible footage already, but check out these two frightening videos of tsunami waves washing over Japan. Then check out this helicopter fly-over of the crippled nuclear reactors.
It’s the weekend, and instead of hunting around for everything you need to know, here’s a tidy list of things you you should carry with you when you head to fancy cocktail parties.
Japan’s nuclear crisis is no laughing matter. But now, somehow, there are poop jokes involved. This cartoon for kids involves Nuclear Boy, Chernobyl Boy, and Three-Mile Island Boy, a lot of poo jokes and a doctor that makes house calls.
A fire at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has Japan on edge as radiation readings reached dangerously high levels for people living within a 20-mile radius of the plant. But is the plant melting down, what does that even mean, and can it happen here?
When Larry Kudlow’s on-air colleague set him up by saying “All in all, the market taking this in stride,” Kudlow struck with this: “The human toll here looks to be much worse than the economic toll and we can be grateful for that.”