I  sincerely hope your family has a blessed  Thanksgiving, complete with all the turkey, stuffing  and pumpkin pie that you could eat. In recent years the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been regionalizing disaster supplies and rapidly procuring hundreds of millions of ready-to-eat meals, blankets, and body bags. Combined with the DHS’ suspiciously massive purchases of ammunition, one has to ask why are the Feds doing this?
In fact, the government has been buying so many supplies and in such large amounts that shortages have affected the world’s leading manufacturers to the point they’ve been forced to suspend shipments to retail customers of survival foods and ammunition. Obama does not have far to go bring America to its knees when it comes to food vulnerability. As you prepared your feast, did you think about the fact that we in America throw away more food than many countries have an opportunity to eat?
Since the end of WWII, most Americans have been blessed with plenty to eat, so much so, that we simply take our overflowing of Thanksgiving blessings for granted.
Then you're gonna love my free PDF, 20 common survival items, 20 uncommon survival uses for each. I would be very concerned in Canada if they bought 250 of these death dealers for use on our soil. Given the the nuclear reactor meltdown disaster in Fukushima Japan, and the local area Fallout contamination that is now entering the food chain and water systems there, I have constructed a location map of the current (and decommissioned) nuclear power reactors in the United States. Without discussing For or Against nuclear power, it may be smarter and a better use of time to learn some lessons from what happened in Japan that led to the the Fukushima meltdown, and to consider the potential risk for those living in the U.S.
The underlying issue was a complete lack of electrical power, power sufficient enough to run the powerful cooling pumps.
Taking a simple look at the risks that may exist around any nuclear power plant, including the locations in the U.S. A nuclear power plant being what it is, we would like to think that there is the utmost highest regard and oversight for safety built in to the design, construction, and operation of each one.
What if a true EMP weapon, or weapons, were to detonate and take down all electrical systems of a region, or wider, what then? What if the New Madrid fault zone were to unleash a magnitude 9+ earthquake, which geologists agree is possible, then how would the nuclear plants avoid catastrophe at the reactors in northern Arkansas, eastern Missouri, or others nearby? What if the San Andreas tears loose in California, how will Diablo Canyon and San Onofre handle it? What if there is a cyber ‘virus’ attack along the lines of the Stuxnet computer virus that attacked the Iranian nuclear development facilities? If all of these active and spent rods melt down, what do you think the radiation levels will reach in the US?
The solar flare a few years ago was a X19 and if it had been directed more towards the Earth, there could have been a lot of blackouts to the electric grid, to nuclear reactors especially.
New Madrid fault will probably break again when there is an earthquake in the Mid Atlantic ridge zone that is big enough to trigger it.
When the San Andreas breaks it will be the duration of the shaking that damages the nuclear power plants in California or it sets off hidden blind thrust faults that are under these plants that people are not aware of.
EMP weapon is a terrible risk to the nuclear reactors and the entire electrical system of this country and Canada because it would not take a very sophisticated missile to get a nuclear device detonated into high enough orbit to cause a lot of months or years long fry outs. What worries me about some attack is the screening processes at these nuclear plants of the employees that could possibly do something to the plants from within, more so than from outside.
The last and probably the most likely type of nuclear reactor disaster would be a cyber attack from some foreign country that is an enemy of the United States. 3) In the case of core meltdown, all previous estimates by the NRC and IAEA estimated that only 1% of the radiation would ever leak from the containment vessels. If a large-scale power grid failure occurred due to a solar flare for instance, we would be relying on the continued supply of diesel fuel to every nuclear reactor site affected, until the grid was restored.
In several of my Fukushima related articles, I described the reactors there, which are (were) BWR’s. If 100% of radioactive material escaped, then why is there still core material in the reactor? I live within 10 miles of a nuclear power plant which is designed to withstand a DIRECT HIT by an F5 tornado with winds of approximately 300 miles per hour. People who talk about nuclear plants or reactors as though they are ticking time bombs have probably never spent a day at a plant, or even engaged in basic study of the nuclear industry. If a reactor is shut down the only thing to worry about is residual heat removal (the heat produced by the radioactive decay of the fuel source), which is easily accomplished.
I know several people who work in the nuclear industry, I have a very good friend who works in maintenance at a nuclear plant, and as for your friend poster, I am presently studying nuclear engineering technology (as in- actively enrolled as a student).
My friend also tells me that it would be very easy to keep a plant running as long as they have two things, a fuel source and security.
As for myself, assuming I find a position in the nuclear industry, as long as my family is safe and there is no more pressing issue that requires my skills (such as they are), then I would be find with staying at whatever plant I was working at, continuing my work, and keeping the plant operational and safe.
I believe nuclear power is the answer to virtually all of the energy problems that are facing the USA and that will be facing the USA in the coming decades.
Looking at that map, I believe that the story it tells is of a lack of nuclear power in some states, and thus a need for new plant construction… In South Dakota, one or two plants, in North Dakota one plant (maybe two), in Wyoming one plant, in Idaho one or two plants, in Montana one or two plants, in Nevada two or three plants, in New Mexico one or two plants, in Oklahoma one or two plants, etc.
With my limited knowledge (just a student, not an actual plant worker), I know that the plants have to be designed to withstand lightning strikes, especially the plant near my location where fierce storms are a common occurrence. I can run the question by one of my professors sometime in the next week and relay what his answer. Most plants have systems that will automatically shut down the reactor to prevent a major issue… Lightning CAN shut down a plant, but it usually takes a lot to achieve such a thing.
The plant in the article, that was shut down by lightning, was hit by 24 lightning strikes before a final strike hit the lightning rod on containment and tripped the electronic reactor protection system, thereby shutting down the plant. The plant in my area had to go down for a few days because one of their transformers (which allows them to draw power from the grid, outside of the plant) went down. They even have to design for ONE design based accident to occur during the middle of a natural disaster.
I cannot see how a Chernobyl could EVER happen in the USA, and at this point people would REALLY have to try hard to make a Three Mile Island happen again (I doubt it could happen again due to all sorts of safeguard systems that were made mandatory for new plants and that had to be installed as upgrades to existing plants, after the TMI incident). Note, I didn’t mean to say or even suggest that a nuclear power plant can withstand a nuclear strike, but it seems to me that the typical nuclear silo may have 2-3 feet thick of concrete, while the typical nuclear power plant has at least 12-15 feet thick of concerete along with 2-3 feet of steel. As for terrorists going after a nuclear power plant with a nuclear weapon, I think that is pie in the sky. Anyway, if terrorists had just ONE nuclear warhead they would probably use it against Israel or against a major east-coast city (New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington DC), possibly a major Midwest city (i.e. My friend was basically pointing out that because of political correctness, there exists the possibility that a crisis that occurs at some given plant may have to be handled by people who failed the tests and were finally just given the answers so they could pass.
At some point in time there may very well be a major incident in an American nuclear power plant but it will not be because of some inherent danger in nuclear power or some inherent problem in the nuclear industry, it will likely be because of political correctness and the placement and promotion of unqualified individuals into sensitive areas where they don’t belong. I would hope the bureaucrats in the NRC and the folks at ATF would recognize the value in having shoulder-fired SAMs available to defend nuclear facilities and thus allow plants to have access to such weapons systems if they wish to have them.
American survivalists should be MUCH more worried about the chemical industry than the nuclear energy industry.
The disaster in Bhopal India saw approximately 2,500 dead within minutes of the release of the isocyanate chemical. I don’t know what the world reserves are in regards to uranium, but so few countries use uranium, so there ought to be enough to go around, even though uranium is far more rare than crude oil. The Soviets had a program where they made somewhere around a few thousand small generators, a lot using Strontium 90 and some using Cobalt-65 (I believe they used Cobalt in some of them), although they failed to properly dispose of a large number of them.
Basically what happened when the Soviet Union collapsed was that a lot of people stripped the generators of their shield metal because it was valuable as scrap metal, and they tossed the unshielded generators into the woods, swamps, hills, just dumping them throughout the countryside. The shield building itself essentially operates as a shield against electrical interference, it is a steel+concrete jacket and when the airlocks are sealed the building is sealed from the outside world. The professor was of the view that the operations of the plant would not be impacted by an EMP, solar flare, or any sort of electrical interference. Plants are often struck by dozens of bolts of lightning in single storm situations, and as long as the grounding was properly done, there are no issues. The threat posed to nuclear power plants by an EMP is probably very minimal, especially if the device is detonated far away.
All nuclear plants depend on MECHANICAL devices to avoid meltdown in a coolant loss situation therefore they are ALL ticking and highly fragile bombs.
As for your remark that “one small bomb could take out the cooling systems” which system?


There is also Stand-By-Liquid Control which can dump borated water into the core and thus stop all fission as boron is a neutron poison. Three Mile Island was due to poor training and the operators inability to recognize and identify a loss of coolant accident for what it was. Is it coincidence that there are 21 working groups, as in ‘Agenda 21’ of the United Nations?
There have been lots of reports in the blogosphere and alternative news media of Russians on U.S. The Senate has not ratified any of the international deals, as required by the Constitution of the United States. Did you know that bill HR3741 has been introduced which would abolish the death penalty for acts related to treason or espionage? Following outrage and controversy last year over the Obama administration’s unprecedented decision to invite Russian troops for terror drills on U.S. Why does FEMA (a homeland agency) apparently need help to cross-train with a foreign country for “provision of security at mass events”? Well the MSM has focused more attention on the traffic debacle in NJ , than it did on any of Boobama’s scandals , we know where there loyalties lie , they believe in the same leftist principles as the elites in DC .
And I guess that also lets THE DEAR LEADER off the hook for anything he may have done or is about to do. At this time there are approximately 15,000 Russian troops on the ground in the USA , they are being trained on how to keep the public in line if a collapse happens , they will be working together with the armed alphabet agencies , not with the US military , the administration does not trust the military to go along with their agenda , so they bring in mercenaries , to take control ! Pretty amazed anyone could be gullible to believe there are 400k + forgien (Russian) troops just laying in wait, isn’t this the same country that sh*t on O by allowing Snowden to stay as an eff you?
You have to see it as it is, There is not enough police, military to disarm the American People, this is why Obama Administration are wanting help from UN Troops to disarm the population. Sense the end of the Vietnam war our country has become more relaxed and less active in a time of crisis. Our patented products with FDA and EPA approvals can heal and protect from infection against antibiotic resistant bacteria, microbial parasites, virus, yeasts, fungus and mold - as well as quickly disinfect your drinking water.
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If Everything Is So Great, Then Why Do Two-Thirds Of Americans Say The Country Is On The Wrong Track? How Can We Celebrate Our Independence When Most Americans Are Willingly Enslaved To The Matrix? Last 10 Months Have Been The Worst Period For Floods AND The Worst Period For Fires In U.S. Is an eruption of one or more of the major volcanoes in the northwest United States imminent?  In recent days, very large earthquake swarms have been reported at Mt.
Over the past couple of months, there has been a very disturbing series of earthquakes at Mt.
Mount Hood is located only about 50 miles away from Portland, Oregon, and it is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in America.  Over the past 30 days, there have been 96 earthquakes at Mt. For a long time, I have been warning about the apocalyptic consequences that a major eruption of Mt. It is hard to even describe the death and destruction that we could potentially witness during a full-blown eruption of Mt. Unfortunately, the crust of our planet is becoming increasingly unstable, and the west coast of our country sits directly along the Ring of Fire.  It is only a matter of time until a major seismic event strikes, and it may be a lot sooner than a lot of people think. We Americans may not have many Thanksgivings left to celebrate under the Red, White and Blue! America is already in a great deal of danger as a result of food shortages which are manifesting in certain segments of our society. As you pulled your chair up to your Thanksgiving table, did you think about the fact that half the world goes to bed hungry?
This will also subscribe you to my newsletter so you stay up-to-date with everything: new articles, ebooks, products and more! It would be one thing if some local Police Department bought just one of these for SWAT use but the Federal Government buying 2700 of them for unspecified purposes is very distressing. Para reproducir la musica que tendra que actualizar su navegador o actualizar el Plugin de Flash. This led to a lack of cooling of fuel rods in the reactors, which then led to a meltdown situation.
Are the backup generators and their associated electrical control systems impervious to EMP-type effects for example?
Yes, the example of the Stuxnet virus that attacked the Iranian nuclear program is a very real and potentially disastrous possibility.
The criminal regime currently haunting Washington DC, gave Iran spinning centrifuges and 150$billion!?!? It is also designed to withstand a direct magnitude 6 earth-quake (which would be a major issue in Ohio where earthquakes, especially ones of that size, are VERY rare). They also have a few tricks and aces up their sleeve (hidden bunkers, hardened foxholes, ambush sites, observation posts, etc, in and around the facility grounds). Most plants are on a two year fuel cycle, meaning that every two years they do a 30-40 day shut-down for removal of spent or nearly spent rods, a replacement of those rods with fresh rods, critical maintenance that cannot be done while the plant is operating, and the rearrangement of some rods in the reactor core to achieve symmetry in the event they lost symmetry for whatever reason. As long as about 10-15 people at the plant can get on-board with the idea of continuing their work, there is no reason any American plant will ever have to be left to slide into a partial core meltdown. The building itself can withstand the 300+ mile per hour winds of an F5, the facility is hardened against a magnitude 6 earthquake, and the facility can withstand a direct hit by a civilian airliner. Every state should have at least one nuclear power plant with an output of 1300 to 2500 MW (Mega Watts). In my opinion coal (as cheap as it is) is too precious to burn because it should be used in the production of steel. Just for a reference, the NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) has a limit for annual exposure, no nuclear power plant anywhere in the nation will cause any member of the public to be exposed to any level that is equal to or greater than 100 mrem in a single calendar year from both external and internal sources of radiation in unrestricted and controlled areas. Given your field of education, I would be curious to hear your opinion regarding vulnerability (if any) to EMP. I don’t know enough about the safeguards and grounding of the critical components to know how they would hold up to an EMP (as opposed to a lightning strike). Even though they sustained 24 lightning strikes and a system was tripped that shut down the plant, damage was limited to an auxiliary system for monitoring reactor coolant temperature.
If they have an A valve for a system, they’ll also have a B valve, C valve, D valve, and sometimes (not often, but sometimes) an E valve. Even though they still have their other transformer and their auxiliary diesel generator, the NRC wouldn’t let them operate without BOTH transformers available in the event they needed to draw power from outside of the plant. No state would want to be the one to give terrorists the warhead because they would become the target of massive retaliation.
In the USA a large part of the problem also centers on unqualified people (usually women) being pushed ahead for reasons of PC feminism.
Not to mention, if you try to approach a nuclear power plant from the air there are probably protocols in place for scrambling interceptors. I imagine most would aim at the cooling tower as the cooling tower is typically the most recognizable feature of your typical nuclear power plant. Every so often people find some metal object in the woods somewhere and they get very sick after going near it. If I had to make a wild guess, there could be at least 500 and perhaps as many as 1500, radioisotope thermoelectric generators, scattered throughout the countryside of the nations of the former Soviet Union. My professor answered the question I posed to him about the threat posed by solar flares or other possible scenarios that might cause massive electrical interference in the form of an EMP.
He did concede that there was once an issue caused by a lightning strike because the people who did the grounding had done it improperly, grounding the wrong system to the wrong location. Indeed I can only think of two or three instances where a plant had an issue, and none of the issues involved primary systems. You’d need to be in security or probably senior plant management, with the accompanying security clearance, just to have access to the information, and even then only if it was applicable to what you do at the plan.
Computers dedicated for plant operations really don’t need to be online anyway, probably not.
In the USA, for the most part (I cannot speak for every nuclear power plant as I have not been to every nuclear power plant) the standard is to keep the diesel tanks buried, not exposed above-ground. They are subjected to tests by military special forces teams that try to gain entry into the plant… As far as I know not a single special forces team has ever made it into a radiologically significant area (meaning an area where they could cause damage to the plant, steal radiological materials, put the public in danger, etc).


If the Russians were conducting police operations either on the base or outside, the citizenry would have signaled outrage and more attention than just this story would be flourishing. As far as I feel these non citizen troops will be taken care of with extreme prejudice , as will the armed alphabet agency goons , a lot of the military especially the non-Cons and lower ranking troops will leave rather than be pushed into following unconstitutional orders . Although, I myself have tried time and time again to gather my neighbors and wake them up to no avil, they are fearful of Gov’t or they just turn a blind eye. Could This Bizarre Winged Creature Be A Fairy, An Alien Or A Locust From The Book Of Revelation?
Over the last eight weeks, there have been over 130 earthquakes formally located by the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network and many more too small to be located, says USGS. Hood, and most of them have been centered on the south side of the mountain.  Why this is so alarming is because it was also the south side of Mt.
Hood is centered just to the south of the main edifice (see below) and most of the earthquakes are between 3 and 5 kilometers below the surface.
Rainier will experience another massive eruption, and it will be an apocalyptic event unlike anything the northwest United States has ever experienced before.  Let us just hope and pray that we have a lot more time until that happens, because nobody should ever want to witness death and destruction on that scale. The eruption might take out a transgender toilet, so let’s spend 5 minutes on the eruption, death, destruction, economic turmoil, displacement, human suffering and 2 weeks talking about the toilet!
This administration intends to use food as a weapon in order to force compliance in the coming marital law which will be perpetrated by a series of false flag terror attacks similar to what just occured in Paris. NO MATERIAL HERE CONSTITUTES "INVESTMENT ADVICE" NOR IS IT A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL ANY FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STOCKS, COMMODITIES, OPTIONS, BONDS, FUTURES, OR INTRINSICALLY VALUELESS FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, PRINTED FROM THIN AIR BY A PRIVATELY OWNED, THIEVING, OFFSHORE CORPORATION, OPERATED BY SATAN HIMSELF. These trucks have firing ports and a copula for mounting heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers. Without electricity, any one of these nuclear reactors will melt down, just like Fukushima, or worse. If an extreme solar event like that were to take down the electrical power grid, and-or damage electronic systems from its EMP effects,  how long would it be before any, some, most, or all of these nuclear power plants would runaway to meltdown? We do not have back ups, and even better China now builds them with our Military equipment. Containment is such that I would be shocked if any sort of conventional missile were able to penetrate containment. If we divert American coal from energy to steel production, we might be able to revitalize the dying American steel industry. Now .03 mrem is neglible and largely irrelevant, but I thought it was worth mentioning, it just speaks to how dirty coal truly is when it is used as a source of energy.
Is it valid to hypothesize an EMP disabling some of the controlling electronics to a nuclear plant, thereby creating a disaster scenario? The point is, they have a LOT of redundancy, for something bad to happen a LOT of things have to go bad at the same time. There’s no such thing as shutting down the plant and walking away from it, never to return.
Not that I consider the DPRK (North Korea), Pakistan, Syria, or Iran to be terrorist nations.
The leadership in North Korea does not want to wind up obliterated as their country gets obliterated via an American nuclear strike, they want to stay in power and pursue their goals, one such goal being the reunification of the Korean peninsula into one Korea. My friend who has spent probably 25-30 years in maintenance at nuclear plants told me he personally knew a female co-worker who was literally given the answers to a test because she had repeatedly failed the test (it was some sort of certification test that was needed to be assigned to a specific sector of the plant).
Keep in mind that there were bank vaults that were intact in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and we’re talking about bombs that were 18kt (little boy) and about 21kt (fat man). That is in addition to about 1,000,000 to 2,000,000 being heavily sickened by the chemical industry.
I guess you could cram 2,500 people inside containment during a core melt incident, that would probably do it, but why would those people be there? We could use radioisotope thermoelectric generators, which provide heat via the radioactive decay of the fuel element. The army had to bring in a team of specialists to cover the reactor and then prepare it for transport and each man was only allowed to work next to the reactor for about 60-90 seconds before he had to leave the area and let the next man in the work crew take over. It’d be difficult to get a virus if the virus has to be physically introduced to the system. Only an idiot would think the lame stream media would report on things that might insinuate questionable activities with our present government regime.
There is a storm on the horizon and it is growing , soon it will be upon us and we will have to stand against it . Only when a bully arrives do we fight back, people now days only fight with not weapons but words on the Net, facebook, tex, ect. The magma chamber is likely imparting its own stresses on the crust around and above it as the system slowly recharges. Rainier is capable of producing lahars that could move at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.  I am so convinced that an eruption of Mt.
Helens did in its May 18, 1980, eruption, the effect would be cumulatively greater, because of the far more massive amounts of glacial ice locked on the volcano compared to Mount St. ACTIONS YOU UNDERTAKE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF ANY ANALYSIS, OPINION OR ADVERTISEMENT ON THIS SITE ARE YOUR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY. Containment is 12.5 feet thick of concrete with a biological shield that is 2 feet thick of steel. Also, you may find this interesting, you receive more radiation if you live within 50 miles of a coal burning plant than you do if you live within 50 miles of a nuclear power plant. They almost certainly would not use it against a nuclear power plant in the middle of Georgia or Mississippi. The people most at risk in nuclear incidents are the plant personnel and the emergency workers responding to the scene.
Power plants use U-235 enriched to about 3-5%, which is well below the level needed for a nuclear explosion. There has never been a foreign Army big enough to disarm America,Anybody who plan’s on disarming the American People shall not be given life or liberty. If generating additional income from home each month would help you out, here's the place to start! Helens[33] and the vastly more heavily populated areas surrounding Rainier.[38] Lahars from Rainier pose the most risk to life and property,[39] as many communities lie atop older lahar deposits. I’m not worried about the government contrived terrorist boogeyman that is frequently touted by the media as the main threat to individual Americans. Rainier, but a full-blown eruption could still do an immense amount of damage to nearby communities. Helens because it sits so close to major population centers.  On the map below, you can see that the recent earthquake activity at Mt. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), about 150,000 people live on top of old lahar deposits of Rainier.[8] Not only is there much ice atop the volcano, the volcano is also slowly being weakened by hydrothermal activity. Since the US population is a little over 300 million, that quantity of ammo is almost enough to shoot every man, woman and child in the United States 4 times.
I am more worried about a reckless and out of control government that seems bent on shredding the Constitution and infringing our rights. Even if a nasty Chernobyl situation were to occur, it might result in a 10-20% increase risk of certain types of cancer. The most you will ever see for enrichment would be about 15-20% enrichment for nuclear submarines, especially with the old Soviet navy as they did not like to do refueling for their submarine reactors (refueling entails cutting open the haul of the submarine, cutting through containment, removing the old fuel bundles, putting new ones in, then welding things back together- America does this, the Soviets never really did this, they just enriched to about 20% so that their submarines were good for 20-25 years and they were just decommissioned when the fuel reached the end of the line). John Treasonous Kerry, skull and bones himselfs daughter married to an Iranian with major connections.
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Helens are exceedingly dangerous volcanoes as well.  If any one of the three were to erupt on a massive scale, it would instantly become the biggest news story of the year.
I pray that the individual members of DHS have the intestinal fortitude to ignore any order to fire on peaceful, law-abiding American citizens. I have equal hope that the millions of gun owners in the United States exercise good judgement and restraint during any potential crisis situation.




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