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The U.S. has 23 reactors which are virtually identical to Fukushima.

Most American nuclear reactors are old. They are aging poorly, and are in very real danger of melting down.

And yet the NRC is relaxing safety standards at the old plants. Indeed, while many of the plants are already past the service life that the engineers built them for, the NRC is considering extending licenses another 80 years, which former chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority and now senior adviser with Friends of the Earth’s nuclear campaign David Freeman calls “committing suicide”:

You’re not just rolling the dice, you’re practically committing suicide … everyone living within a 50 mile radius is a guinea pig.

Indeed, the Fukushima reactors were damaged by earthquake even before the tsunami hit (confirmed here). And the American reactors may be even more vulnerable to earthquakes than Fukushima.

Moreover, the top threat from Fukushima are the spent fuel pools. And American nuclear plants have fuel pool problems which could dwarf the problems at Fukushima.

And neither government is spending the small amounts it would take to harden their reactors against a power outage.


The parallels run even deeper. Specifically, the American government has largely been responsible for Japan’s nuclear policy for decades. And U.S. officials are apparently a primary reason behind Japan’s cover-up of the severity of the Fukushima accident … to prevent Americans from questioning our similarly-vulnerable reactors.

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The People in the US need to wake up and open their Eyes,
you can't watch full of Anger and Fear for us here in Nippon, it is absolute useless, as long as your NPP are still Online!

You need to spend the rest of your Time for Self-Defence,
for Protection and Safety!

You should not spend to much Time for a Accident that already happened, it's stupid!

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission has Failed to Adequately Address Flood Risks at Nuclear Plants from Dam Failures, Report Finds
The Huffington Post published an article late this afternoon revealing details of a censored Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) report showing the risk of a flooding accident at U.S. nuclear power plants appears to be greater than previously thought.

Thirty-four nuclear reactors—one-third of the U.S. fleet—could face flooding hazards greater than they were designed to withstand if an upstream dam fails, according to the report, which was written by NRC staff members in July of last year. The NRC has known about these risks for at least 15 years and has failed to adequately address them.

The report generated attention a month ago when its lead author, Richard H. Perkins, accused the NRC of deliberately whiting out passages before releasing the report in response to a Freedom of Information Act request to avoid embarrassment. In a letter submitted to the NRC inspector general on September 14, Perkins suggested that the NRC censored his report because it reveals “the NRC has been in possession of relevant, notable, and derogatory safety information for an extended period but failed to properly act on it.”

The flooding threat is due to the fact that nuclear reactors are built adjacent to rivers, lakes and oceans because they require vast quantities of cooling water. Many U.S. nuclear plants that are sited along a river have one or more dams located upstream. If a dam failed, the ensuing flood waters could overwhelm a plant’s protective barriers and disable critical safety equipment, causing an accident that could release a large amount of radiation, just as it did at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan in March 2011. In that case, the flooding was caused by a tsunami, not a breached dam, but the result could be similar. (For more information on flooding risks, see the Union of Concerned Scientists’ new fact sheet, “Dam Failures and Flooding at U.S. Nuclear Plants.”)

Below is a list of eight plants the report identified as some of the most vulnerable to a flood from a dam failure and the nearest metropolitan areas to those plants.

Arkansas Nuclear: Little Rock
Cooper: Kansas City, Lincoln and Omaha
Fort Calhoun: Omaha
Indian Point: Bridgeport, Danbury, New Haven, New York City, Poughkeepsie and Stamford
Oconee: Greenville (S.C.)
Sequoyah: Chattanooga
South Texas: Houston, San Antonio and Austin
Watts Bar: Knoxville



Source: [link to www.ucsusa.org]

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Leaked Report Suggests Long-Known Flood Threat To Nuclear Plants, Safety Advocates Say
"The redacted information shows that the NRC is lying to the American public about the safety of U.S. reactors," said David Lochbaum, a nuclear engineer and safety advocate with the Union of Concerned Scientists.

A redacted version of the report was posted to the NRC website on March 6. An un-redacted version was recently obtained by the environmental group Greenpeace and shared with The Huffington Post.

Among other things, evidence in the report indicates that the NRC has known for a decade or longer that failure of a dam upriver from the Oconee Nuclear Station in South Carolina would cause floodwaters to overwhelm the plant’s three reactors and their cooling equipment -- not unlike what befell Japan's Fukushima Dai-chi facility after an earthquake and tsunami struck last year. Three reactors at Fukushima experienced a full meltdown, which contaminated surrounding farmland and exiled hundreds of thousands of residents.

According to the NRC's own calculations, which were also withheld in the version of the report released in March, the odds of the dam near the Oconee plant failing at some point over the next 22 years are far higher than were the odds of an earthquake-induced tsunami causing a meltdown at the Fukushima plant.

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HOLY SHIT..
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There is much more, bad News but i think
not so many People here in Glp speak Russian
but when we look for the Plants there (in Russia)
we could only cry out loud!


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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
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AH ! The muddy Atom has changed tactics; focus attention AWAY from Japanese FAILURE to do any MEANINGFUL work to correct THEIR problem and point to POSSIBILITIES here !

NIce obfuscation, atom toy/boy !

I see the Shill refresher course at Tepco was successful, OR, you ARE able to copy from their typewritten propaganda sheet !
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AH ! The muddy Atom has changed tactics; focus attention AWAY from Japanese FAILURE to do any MEANINGFUL work to correct THEIR problem and point to POSSIBILITIES here !

NIce obfuscation, atom toy/boy !

I see the Shill refresher course at Tepco was successful, OR, you ARE able to copy from their typewritten propaganda sheet !
 Quoting: THE Professor ! 25326508


You stupid forgot that we are many, We are Legion,
you fuggin Troll!
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AH ! The muddy Atom has changed tactics; focus attention AWAY from Japanese FAILURE to do any MEANINGFUL work to correct THEIR problem and point to POSSIBILITIES here !

NIce obfuscation, atom toy/boy !

I see the Shill refresher course at Tepco was successful, OR, you ARE able to copy from their typewritten propaganda sheet !
 Quoting: THE Professor ! 25326508


You stupid forgot that we are many, We are Legion,
you fuggin Troll!
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ffs?.. you do know people think YOU are the troll.. go fix YOUR OWN REACTORS or STFU.........
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Whoa!! How's this for an intelligent and well thought out response??
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You stupid forgot that we are many, We are Legion,
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Whoa!! How's this for an intelligent and well thought out response??
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with several reliable sources quoted and......
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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
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LOL, do you know anything about earthquakes or Japan at all or do you just have tons of spare time to make shit up on the internet?

Homes and buildings in Japan are built to withstand extremely strong earthquakes. The particular earthquake in question was WAY off shore. This is why in Japan, we use the SHINDO system. An earthquake can be extremely shallow and lower magnitude on soft land but cause more shaking than an extremely deep, high magnitude earthquake far away. When the Kanto or Tokai earthquake strikes, you will see a much different level of destruction because those earthquakes will strike more inland... But even then, most homes and buildings will most likely be destroyed by fire and not actual shaking.

Only a few places in Tohoku region experienced shindo 7 (maximum) shaking on 3/11. I believe most of Tokyo was a "high 5" or "low 6" .. It definitely shook here and many buildings and areas did experience damage. For instance, I was in Urayasu yesterday and the Undou Koen is STILL being repaired because the ground was so messed up.

The tsunami was caused because of the epicenters location and earthquakes magnitude. Like I said, if that earthquake had happened inland, there would not have been a tsunami and the damage would have been very different.

As for your Israel/Iran idea... No idea wtf you're talking about. Sounds like a load of BS to me.
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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
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LOL, do you know anything about earthquakes or Japan at all or do you just have tons of spare time to make shit up on the internet?

Homes and buildings in Japan are built to withstand extremely strong earthquakes. The particular earthquake in question was WAY off shore. This is why in Japan, we use the SHINDO system. An earthquake can be extremely shallow and lower magnitude on soft land but cause more shaking than an extremely deep, high magnitude earthquake far away. When the Kanto or Tokai earthquake strikes, you will see a much different level of destruction because those earthquakes will strike more inland... But even then, most homes and buildings will most likely be destroyed by fire and not actual shaking.

Only a few places in Tohoku region experienced shindo 7 (maximum) shaking on 3/11. I believe most of Tokyo was a "high 5" or "low 6" .. It definitely shook here and many buildings and areas did experience damage. For instance, I was in Urayasu yesterday and the Undou Koen is STILL being repaired because the ground was so messed up.

The tsunami was caused because of the epicenters location and earthquakes magnitude. Like I said, if that earthquake had happened inland, there would not have been a tsunami and the damage would have been very different.

As for your Israel/Iran idea... No idea wtf you're talking about. Sounds like a load of BS to me.
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live on a fault line, build nuke reactors, and shoot sea-life.... sums you all up..... oh, and try to blow up the US navy... HAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHA

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NOW, NOW, Muddy atom !

Resorting to four letter words and FAMILY NAMES will ONLY cut into your Tepco paycheck !
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The USA should have lead the way long ago and converted to the "safer" alternative of thorium reactors for energy.

Anyone know how old most of the current nuclear reactors are in the USA?

The age alone is a serious issue.
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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
 Quoting: asparien


So who's the shill now?

I don't need nuclear technology.

"We" don't need nuclear technology.

That is the myth of those who want to ram it down everyone's throats for commercial and military interests.

It should all be banned once and for all, but by the time society can come around to that conclusion the planet will be permanently toxic to life, toxic to homo sapiens more than most other species.

Chemtrails, Radioactive Releases, Birth Control, and the downright ridiculous propaganda lies of "an overpopulated starving world", are all aimed almost exclusively at 1st world countries.

USA, Western Europe, Japan, the so-called "middle-class", these are nations and peoples that are specifically targeted are well on their way to population reduction, and the resulting consolidation of wealth, liberated to rise up the pyramid. The other countries are not much involved in that bullshit and would do just fine if the first world countries self-exterminate.

To juice an orange, first choose an orange with the most juice. The powers that be don't mind this because they are truly international, not stuck to one piece of geography or the other, and they will always profit from it anyhow.

Thank you Atom Boy. You're correct on this one, but you are still a Fukushima shill.

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The USA should have lead the way long ago and converted to the "safer" alternative of thorium reactors for energy.

Anyone know how old most of the current nuclear reactors are in the USA?

The age alone is a serious issue.
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and yeah they are 40+ years old, and due "due" for reassignment.......

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NOW, NOW, Muddy atom !

Resorting to four letter words and FAMILY NAMES will ONLY cut into your Tepco paycheck !
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Again we all are able to see the real Shills,
it is so phunny, phunny rofl

Don't focus on the real Problem, Focus F'Shima only,
blame Israel


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NOW, NOW, Muddy atom !

Resorting to four letter words and FAMILY NAMES will ONLY cut into your Tepco paycheck !
 Quoting: THE Professor ! 25326508


Again we all are able to see the real Shills,
it is so phunny, phunny rofl

Don't focus on the real Problem, Focus F'Shima only,
blame Israel


 Quoting: the mighty Atom


blame idiots like you that try and placate the issue... Fukushima is a real problem, that will kill.. get over it troll....
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NOW, NOW, Muddy atom !

Resorting to four letter words and FAMILY NAMES will ONLY cut into your Tepco paycheck !
 Quoting: THE Professor ! 25326508


Again we all are able to see the real Shills,
it is so phunny, phunny rofl

Don't focus on the real Problem, Focus F'Shima only,
blame Israel


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you're talking to yourself for a bump..... idiot.........


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You stupid forgot that we are many, We are Legion,
you fuggin Troll!
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Whoa!! How's this for an intelligent and well thought out response??
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It is enough for People who believe in this Jimbobstones Bullshit, go away with his Theory, research his Name instead
and see what type of Guy he is!

He is a Nobody and you are less because you believe
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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
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LOL, do you know anything about earthquakes or Japan at all or do you just have tons of spare time to make shit up on the internet?

Homes and buildings in Japan are built to withstand extremely strong earthquakes. The particular earthquake in question was WAY off shore. This is why in Japan, we use the SHINDO system. An earthquake can be extremely shallow and lower magnitude on soft land but cause more shaking than an extremely deep, high magnitude earthquake far away. When the Kanto or Tokai earthquake strikes, you will see a much different level of destruction because those earthquakes will strike more inland... But even then, most homes and buildings will most likely be destroyed by fire and not actual shaking.

Only a few places in Tohoku region experienced shindo 7 (maximum) shaking on 3/11. I believe most of Tokyo was a "high 5" or "low 6" .. It definitely shook here and many buildings and areas did experience damage. For instance, I was in Urayasu yesterday and the Undou Koen is STILL being repaired because the ground was so messed up.

The tsunami was caused because of the epicenters location and earthquakes magnitude. Like I said, if that earthquake had happened inland, there would not have been a tsunami and the damage would have been very different.

As for your Israel/Iran idea... No idea wtf you're talking about. Sounds like a load of BS to me.
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live on a fault line, build nuke reactors, and shoot sea-life.... sums you all up..... oh, and try to blow up the US navy... HAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHA
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Sums ME up? I'm not Japanese, thanks bro. I'm explaining why/how the earthquake happened. No need to insult anybody, but it's not fucking rocket science to understand what exactly happened.

Besides, Japan built many of it's nuclear reactors with the help of the United States after WW2, because Japan has very little as far as natural energy resources go.
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You stupid forgot that we are many, We are Legion,
you fuggin Troll!
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Whoa!! How's this for an intelligent and well thought out response??
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It is enough for People who believe in this Jimbobstones Bullshit, go away with his Theory, research his Name instead
and see what type of Guy he is!

He is a Nobody and you are less because you believe
his Disinformation!
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and you think coming to a conspiracy site is going to fix your fucked-up reactors?
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NOW, NOW, Muddy atom !

Resorting to four letter words and FAMILY NAMES will ONLY cut into your Tepco paycheck !
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Again we all are able to see the real Shills,
it is so phunny, phunny rofl

Don't focus on the real Problem, Focus F'Shima only,
blame Israel


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you're talking to yourself for a bump..... idiot.........


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clinton no above his daily Bottle of Vodka!

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NOW, NOW, Muddy atom !

Resorting to four letter words and FAMILY NAMES will ONLY cut into your Tepco paycheck !
 Quoting: THE Professor ! 25326508


Again we all are able to see the real Shills,
it is so phunny, phunny rofl

Don't focus on the real Problem, Focus F'Shima only,
blame Israel


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you're talking to yourself for a bump..... idiot.........


epicfaily
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clinton no above his daily Bottle of Vodka!
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oooooooooooooooh, using names... come over for a swim....... our water is safe..........

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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
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U are ignorant
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When you take into account that Fukushima was the result of industrial sabotage and deliberate destruction by Israel (rightly or wrongly to prevent sale of enriched uranium to Iran) then the risk of nuclear meltdown in America is minimal unless it is also carried out deliberately.

There are too many redundant safety systems in those nuclear plants to allow for the possibility that each system component (of which there are hundreds) failed simultaneously when the individual failure rate is stupidly small.

Also, the earthquake magnitude and tsunami magnitude are not reconcilable. The earthquake was around 6.8 mag whilst the tsunami was on the scale of a 9ish mag quake. Best theory is subsea detonation of a nuclear device causing a simulated earthquake and massive tsunami. Evidence does not support a 9mag earthquake prior to tsunami. Investigation of post-quake damage clears that one up straight away (as in, there is not sufficient damage to support a 9mag quake report).

If a nuclear reactor is targeted in America, it will meltdown, but left to normal operation, there is negligible risk of a Fukushima-style meltdown.
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U are ignorant
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the point being is that 4 nukes are in continuous melt through.. never before heard of in human history.. do correct me if i am wrong..... people will die.... it's guaranteed.....
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