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It's Happening Again! Harrisonburg is Hazmat Level Radiation! Bakersfield similar to Harrisonburg now!

 
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Harisonburg is 600 to 750 CPMs last few days. No warnings, no evacuations, that's the way it's done.

I am going off to look at other cities.
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TPTB have buried a plutonium reactor here:

[link to maps.google.com]
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Really? Wouldn't that contaminate the ground water? How does that get into the air? Do you have a link that talks about it and Harisonburg? :)

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Not so long ago, it used to be the opponents of nuclear generation who argued that the economics did not add up. Nowadays, at least one of the industry’s more influential proponents seems to agree.

In a Financial Times interview this week, Jeff Immelt, chief executive of GE, said nuclear power was “really hard” to defend financially, when compared both with gas-fired generation and certain renewables. “At some point, really, economics rule,” he added. Mr Immelt is not some disinterested bystander. GE, one of the pioneers of civil nuclear power in the 1950s, still produces reactors through a joint venture with Hitachi of Japan.

[...]

Since Japan’s Fukushima disaster last year, understandably tighter safety regulations have increased the costs of reactor construction. Meanwhile, those of rival technologies are lower than expected. Gas-fired generation has become cheaper as shale gas has come on stream. Meanwhile, new technology has cut solar panel prices.

[...]

This may rule out a nuclear renaissance, as Mr Immelt’s words suggest: costs remain simply too high. For any renaissance to happen, the industry must reduce them – without sacrificing the need for safety so starkly illustrated by the Fukushima disaster.

[link to www.ft.com]

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Thread: Breaking: CEO of GE says nuclear power “really hard” to defend financially — “At some point, really, economics rule"
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Federal nuclear regulators today froze at least 19 final reactor licensing decisions in response to a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit that spent nuclear fuel stored on-site at nuclear power plants “poses a dangerous, long-term health and environmental risk.”

In its ruling, the appeals court invalidated the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s 2010 updates to the Waste Confidence Rule and also the Temporary Storage Rule and directed the commission to fully comply with federal law.

In response, the NRC today put a hold on nine construction and operating licenses, eight license renewals, one operating license, and one early site permit.

The court noted that, after decades of failure to site a permanent geologic repository, including 20 years of working on the now-abandoned Yucca Mountain repository in Nevada, the NRC “has no long-term plan other than hoping for a geologic repository.”

Therefore, it is possible that spent fuel will be stored at reactor sites “on a permanent basis,” the court said.

[...]

“In recognition of our duties under the law, we will not issue licenses dependent upon the Waste Confidence Decision or the Temporary Storage Rule until the court’s remand is appropriately addressed,” the NRC said.

The NRC’s order extends only to final license issuance. “All licensing reviews and proceedings should continue to move forward,” the agency said.

[...]

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[link to enenews.com]
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A little too late.
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Federal nuclear regulators today froze at least 19 final reactor licensing decisions in response to a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit that spent nuclear fuel stored on-site at nuclear power plants “poses a dangerous, long-term health and environmental risk.”

In its ruling, the appeals court invalidated the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s 2010 updates to the Waste Confidence Rule and also the Temporary Storage Rule and directed the commission to fully comply with federal law.

In response, the NRC today put a hold on nine construction and operating licenses, eight license renewals, one operating license, and one early site permit.

The court noted that, after decades of failure to site a permanent geologic repository, including 20 years of working on the now-abandoned Yucca Mountain repository in Nevada, the NRC “has no long-term plan other than hoping for a geologic repository.”

Therefore, it is possible that spent fuel will be stored at reactor sites “on a permanent basis,” the court said.

[...]

“In recognition of our duties under the law, we will not issue licenses dependent upon the Waste Confidence Decision or the Temporary Storage Rule until the court’s remand is appropriately addressed,” the NRC said.

The NRC’s order extends only to final license issuance. “All licensing reviews and proceedings should continue to move forward,” the agency said.

[...]

[link to ens-newswire.com]

[link to enenews.com]
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Thread: *Just In* U.S. Freezes All Nuclear Reactor Construction & Operating Licenses
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A little too late.
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Agree. Why am I suspicious?
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Federal nuclear regulators today froze at least 19 final reactor licensing decisions in response to a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit that spent nuclear fuel stored on-site at nuclear power plants “poses a dangerous, long-term health and environmental risk.”

In its ruling, the appeals court invalidated the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s 2010 updates to the Waste Confidence Rule and also the Temporary Storage Rule and directed the commission to fully comply with federal law.

In response, the NRC today put a hold on nine construction and operating licenses, eight license renewals, one operating license, and one early site permit.

The court noted that, after decades of failure to site a permanent geologic repository, including 20 years of working on the now-abandoned Yucca Mountain repository in Nevada, the NRC “has no long-term plan other than hoping for a geologic repository.”

Therefore, it is possible that spent fuel will be stored at reactor sites “on a permanent basis,” the court said.

[...]

“In recognition of our duties under the law, we will not issue licenses dependent upon the Waste Confidence Decision or the Temporary Storage Rule until the court’s remand is appropriately addressed,” the NRC said.

The NRC’s order extends only to final license issuance. “All licensing reviews and proceedings should continue to move forward,” the agency said.

[...]

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[link to enenews.com]
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A little too late.
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They stopped the bastids in future time. Now they need to make them create and pay for permanent storage of fuel rods. Something that will last 300,000 years. peace

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Harisonburg is 600 to 750 CPMs last few days. No warnings, no evacuations, that's the way it's done.

I am going off to look at other cities.
 Quoting: WindyMind


TPTB have buried a plutonium reactor here:

[link to maps.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


Is this google map in Harrisburg? Is this what you suspect has caused the spike?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21435035


A Pennsylvania State Police officer patrols the entrance of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in July 2002, as security at power plants has been increased since the attacks of September 11, 2001.

[link to www.faqs.org]

Note: TPTB had to bury the melted fuel rods somewhere, eh?
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The thing about relocation, I am just messing around but that the levels could be so high in Harisonburg with no warning or help from the EPA is weird.
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I live in Luray.I told my family about the extremely high levels last year.A couple months later my wife has a brain tumour the size of a silver dollar,has it removed and all the treatments.Now she says both her hands are tingling again like before she had the seizure.Fucking weird.Now i see the map the guy posted of the buried nuke on smithland rd.I used to live a mile from there and now I'm 30 miles downwind.bump
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Harisonburg is 600 to 750 CPMs last few days. No warnings, no evacuations, that's the way it's done.

I am going off to look at other cities.
 Quoting: WindyMind


TPTB have buried a plutonium reactor here:

[link to maps.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


Is this google map in Harrisburg? Is this what you suspect has caused the spike?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21435035


A Pennsylvania State Police officer patrols the entrance of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in July 2002, as security at power plants has been increased since the attacks of September 11, 2001.

[link to www.faqs.org]

Note: TPTB had to bury the melted fuel rods somewhere, eh?
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This is harrisonburg,Va. not harrisburg,pa.
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Really, I was just thinking about 3 Mile Island and how reports of people being sick from it have come out. It was supposed to be such a success in handling a nuclear crisis. Buried fuel rods, really?

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Harisonburg is 600 to 750 CPMs last few days. No warnings, no evacuations, that's the way it's done.

I am going off to look at other cities.
 Quoting: WindyMind


TPTB have buried a plutonium reactor here:

[link to maps.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


Really? Wouldn't that contaminate the ground water? How does that get into the air? Do you have a link that talks about it and Harisonburg? :)
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Harrisonburg is a slave city.I used to work in their govt.Friendly city my ass.NWO slave city USA is more like it.bump
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A while back Des Moines had radiation that was high, almost like this and it was an oddity. At the time and maybe now most EPA monitors that could connect this to Ft. Calhoon or Ft. Cooper were turned off.

I think a lot of our radiation is from Fukushima and I think a lot of radiation from our nuclear plants is blamed on Fukushima. In other words everything is blamed on Fukushima but just to have this kind of spiking in Harisonburg is strange. If it is from Fukushima why is it just spiking here?

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The thing about relocation, I am just messing around but that the levels could be so high in Harisonburg with no warning or help from the EPA is weird.
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I live in Luray.I told my family about the extremely high levels last year.A couple months later my wife has a brain tumour the size of a silver dollar,has it removed and all the treatments.Now she says both her hands are tingling again like before she had the seizure.Fucking weird.Now i see the map the guy posted of the buried nuke on smithland rd.I used to live a mile from there and now I'm 30 miles downwind.bump
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In 1979 at Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in USA a cooling malfunction caused part of the core to melt in the # 2 reactor. The TMI-2 reactor was destroyed.
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TPTB have buried a plutonium reactor here:

[link to maps.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


Is this google map in Harrisburg? Is this what you suspect has caused the spike?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21435035


A Pennsylvania State Police officer patrols the entrance of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in July 2002, as security at power plants has been increased since the attacks of September 11, 2001.

[link to www.faqs.org]

Note: TPTB had to bury the melted fuel rods somewhere, eh?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


This is harrisonburg,Va. not harrisburg,pa.
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[link to enenews.com]

Virginia nuke plant “venting steam” — Spokesman says “no release of radioactive material” (PHOTO & VIDEO)
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The thing about relocation, I am just messing around but that the levels could be so high in Harisonburg with no warning or help from the EPA is weird.
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I live in Luray.I told my family about the extremely high levels last year.A couple months later my wife has a brain tumour the size of a silver dollar,has it removed and all the treatments.Now she says both her hands are tingling again like before she had the seizure.Fucking weird.Now i see the map the guy posted of the buried nuke on smithland rd.I used to live a mile from there and now I'm 30 miles downwind.bump
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In 1979 at Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in USA a cooling malfunction caused part of the core to melt in the # 2 reactor. The TMI-2 reactor was destroyed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


I don't understand your disconnect.Harrisonburg is in Virginia and has no nuke plant.3 mile island is in PA and has a nuke plant.I lived through 3 mile island.Where in the fuck is the radiation in Harrisonburg Virginia coming from?Jeez I feel like I;m teaching retards here.
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The thing about relocation, I am just messing around but that the levels could be so high in Harisonburg with no warning or help from the EPA is weird.
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I live in Luray.I told my family about the extremely high levels last year.A couple months later my wife has a brain tumour the size of a silver dollar,has it removed and all the treatments.Now she says both her hands are tingling again like before she had the seizure.Fucking weird.Now i see the map the guy posted of the buried nuke on smithland rd.I used to live a mile from there and now I'm 30 miles downwind.bump
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In 1979 at Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in USA a cooling malfunction caused part of the core to melt in the # 2 reactor. The TMI-2 reactor was destroyed.
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In 2011 at Fukushima Daiichi a total station blackout caused 3 cores to completely melt and 4 spent fuel pools to boil dry.

Japan was destroyed
The planet was crippled for millions of years
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Everything looks normal here. [link to radiationnetwork.com]
"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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A while back Des Moines had radiation that was high, almost like this and it was an oddity. At the time and maybe now most EPA monitors that could connect this to Ft. Calhoon or Ft. Cooper were turned off.

I think a lot of our radiation is from Fukushima and I think a lot of radiation from our nuclear plants is blamed on Fukushima. In other words everything is blamed on Fukushima but just to have this kind of spiking in Harisonburg is strange. If it is from Fukushima why is it just spiking here?
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Are you in fucking Harrisonburg or what?
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A while back Des Moines had radiation that was high, almost like this and it was an oddity. At the time and maybe now most EPA monitors that could connect this to Ft. Calhoon or Ft. Cooper were turned off.

I think a lot of our radiation is from Fukushima and I think a lot of radiation from our nuclear plants is blamed on Fukushima. In other words everything is blamed on Fukushima but just to have this kind of spiking in Harisonburg is strange. If it is from Fukushima why is it just spiking here?
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Good question and the other poster talking about the buried plutonium might be on to something.
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Everything looks normal here. [link to radiationnetwork.com]
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Really? Is there nothing but a question mark on that site? lol

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A while back Des Moines had radiation that was high, almost like this and it was an oddity. At the time and maybe now most EPA monitors that could connect this to Ft. Calhoon or Ft. Cooper were turned off.

I think a lot of our radiation is from Fukushima and I think a lot of radiation from our nuclear plants is blamed on Fukushima. In other words everything is blamed on Fukushima but just to have this kind of spiking in Harisonburg is strange. If it is from Fukushima why is it just spiking there?
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Are you in fucking Harrisonburg or what?
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Ok so my grammar sucks.

Last Edited by WindyMind on 08/07/2012 11:03 PM

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Harisonburg is 600 to 750 CPMs last few days. No warnings, no evacuations, that's the way it's done.

I am going off to look at other cities.
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TPTB have buried a plutonium reactor here:

[link to maps.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845

bsflag
How in the fuck would you know that?
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Is this google map in Harrisburg? Is this what you suspect has caused the spike?
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A Pennsylvania State Police officer patrols the entrance of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in July 2002, as security at power plants has been increased since the attacks of September 11, 2001.

[link to www.faqs.org]

Note: TPTB had to bury the melted fuel rods somewhere, eh?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 967845


This is harrisonburg,Va. not harrisburg,pa.
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[link to enenews.com]

Virginia nuke plant “venting steam” — Spokesman says “no release of radioactive material” (PHOTO & VIDEO)
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Published: August 23rd, 2011
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Everything looks normal here. [link to radiationnetwork.com]
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I also checked this resource also earlier. I do not understand how these readings look normal but this other resource shows obvious problems of radiation in many parts of our country.
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A while back Des Moines had radiation that was high, almost like this and it was an oddity. At the time and maybe now most EPA monitors that could connect this to Ft. Calhoon or Ft. Cooper were turned off.

I think a lot of our radiation is from Fukushima and I think a lot of radiation from our nuclear plants is blamed on Fukushima. In other words everything is blamed on Fukushima but just to have this kind of spiking in Harisonburg is strange. If it is from Fukushima why is it just spiking here?
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Are you in fucking Harrisonburg or what?
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Ok so my grammar sucks.
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It's not your grammar it's that you lead me to believe you lived there and your in Wyoming.That's fucking weird.Explain.
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I wrote here instead of there and just left it that way. I change my states because I like to. :) Georgia

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I wrote here instead of there and just left it that way. I change my states because I like to. :) Georgia
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[link to www.google.com]

Earthquake breaks nuke reactors...
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Everything looks normal here. [link to radiationnetwork.com]
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Really? Is there nothing but a question mark on that site? lol
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Question marks? I see a map of the US covered with little yellow dots that all read in the mid to low double digits. One spot in PA reads as high as 69 right now. (100 is an alert level)

The thing is, CPM means "Clicks Per Minute" so it depends on what your scale of measurement is as to how many clicks per minute you have.

Last Edited by Resister on 08/07/2012 11:12 PM
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I wrote here instead of there and just left it that way. I change my states because I like to. :) Georgia
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You had the potential for a very helpful post,but you have shown yourself.Now you must......
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Everything looks normal here. [link to radiationnetwork.com]
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Really? Is there nothing but a question mark on that site? lol
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Question marks? I see a map of the US covered with little yellow dots that all read in the mid to low double digits. One spot in PA reads as high as 69 right now.

The thing is, CPM means "Clicks Per Minute" so it depends on what your scale of measurement is as to how many clicks per minute you have.
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I must have hit the map at the wrong time. I have actually emailed Radition Network and asked them why their map doesn't match the EPA monitors and they did not answer. Do you know why?

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I wrote here instead of there and just left it that way. I change my states because I like to. :) Georgia
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[link to www.google.com]

Earthquake breaks nuke reactors...
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So they downplayed the severity of the damage?

Sounds like something our government would do and probably explains the bulk orders of potassium iodide.

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