Toshiso Kosako, a government adviser and expert on radiation safety, resigned from his post on Friday night over the Japanese government's decision to allow schoolchildren near the damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant to face radiation doses "far higher than international limits set for the public." Don't worry too much about the Fukushima kids, though—a government spokesman says this is all a big misunderstanding, and that they "believe" they "have firmly complied with the law." Kosako's resignation has added more fuel to the general sentiment that the Japanese government has mishandled the crisis—one survey found three-quarters of respondents unsatisfied with the leadership of Prime Minister Naoto Kan (pictured)—but that's probably just a misunderstanding, too. [WSJ]