"All hell breaks loose" could simply mean that French-Japanese team in Fukushima Daiichi NPP is playing UFO catcher next month
The fuel rods at Fukushima are approximately 15 feet long and are stored together in bundles of giant assemblies weighing approximately one-third to one-half ton EACH. There are 1,551 such 700 - 1,000 pound assemblies stored at Unit 4. There are well over 6,000 more assemblies being stored in a common storage pool approximately 200 feet away.
The distance between each fuel rod and each respective assembly is critical. If any fuel rod or assembly gets too close to each other despite multiple countermeasures, in a matter of only a few minutes a 'criticality' fire or explosion becomes exponentially likely due to the physics of nuclear chain reactions.
Basically just under a million people died from 1986 to 2006 because of what happened in Chernobyl
The population in Japan is so dense and we could probably imagine what it's gonna look like.
Nosebleed was reported in 2011 and now it's coming back again
There's this doctor 秋月 辰一郎 who actually survived Nagasaki Genbakuki (only 1.4km away from ground zero) and we could learn a few things about what Dr. Akizuki did in St. Francis Hospital