Tepco meanwhile admitted, that in two other reactors a substantial damage of the cores has taken place – factual a core meltdown.
The nuclear power plant in Hamaoka, Japan, which stands on a rupture line, will be shut down.
Sources: http://www.sueddeutsche.de/panorama/japan-reaktoren-in-hamaoka-gefaehrlichstes-akw-der-welt-wird-stillgelegt-1.1095211 (German) and http://hken.ibtimes.com/articles/142977/20110509/japan-to-shut-nuclear-plant-on-quake-fears-another.htm
The japanese Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency officially raised Fukushima from crisis level 5 to level 7, the worst level on the INES (International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale), which was previously only reached at Chernobyl – see http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/12_05.html. So we finally got a “second Chernobyl” :-(
What’s the problem with nuclear power?