A second robotic probe has investigated the interior of Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant. Using its onboard camera, it sent back eerie images of the plant’s interior, including what appears to be a mysterious green glow.
The problem with creating Stuxnet, the world's most sophisticated malware worm, is that it could eventually go rogue. Which is precisely what has happened. The US- and Israeli-built virus has spread to a Russian nuclear plant — and even the International Space Station.
Check out that unearthly blue glow, thrumming with mysterious power. It's not a starship's engine room — it's the inside of the nuclear power plant Grundremmingen, in southern Germany. It's opened up for maintenance, allowing a rare gaze inside.