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Message Subject Partial crustal shift and the Sun / earth DOOM..*UPDATED*page12
Poster Handle storm2come
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This isn't the video that I was talking about, but it dose show some of the same effects earth would go through.

 Quoting: storm2come

Thank you, S2C. I'm sorry to have made you scan all the lengthy David Lapointe vids. They are incredibly interesting though!

I am sure that some people would make it through a crustal displacement magnetic pole shift, but the effects of quakes and nuclear melt downs are the things that are kind of cappers on it. Also an ice age appears to be the likely result.

If one were to negate all the nuclear plants, it would leave more room for hopeful outlook. One thing is that while I have no doubt it would be totally devastating to have so many plants melt down, I do think it is important that we don't actually know for certain the actual half life of the radioactive materials. We really have guesses about that, not hard proven evidence.

I am curious as to how long the atmosphere (or air) woud remain dangerous to people. One guy on you tube says a week, but I have seen no proof or citations that really solidify that kind of a time frame.

Thanks again!
 Quoting: Fluffy Pancakes

I worked Nulcear outages for 13 years and live not far from one.
The thing about radioactive material is that most of the "hot" particles are heavy and would be contained inside of the nuclear reactors, the other radioactive materials wouldn't make it that faraway from the plant, some would but if you check the NRC reports that already happens when a pipe leaks or a valve goes out. Most of the time they say well fix it during the next outage in 18 months.

People like to point to Chernobyl and Fukashima, but understand that the type of fule rods in the US is alot less dangerous with no plutonium in the rods because of what happened at Three mile island in the 70's.
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