Well. I have an open mind and will always have an open mind ,, but this is a big push with just minimal evidence – but quite interesting
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A serious incident is created when nuclear material is released by accident and humans are exposed to dangerous radiation levels, which can/will either cause death and/or injury. The earliest known event was in 1942 in Nazi Germany when an experimental reactor exploded and probably injured or killed several people. The first such incident in the US was at Los Alamos National Laboratory in 1945, when a scientist accidentally dropped tungsten brick into a plutonium core, causing critical mass and the scientist was fatally irradiated.
There have been over 60 such incidents since the first two and experts believe there were probably many more unreported. Of course there were the widely publicized incidents at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and the most recent, Fukushima. Reactors can be dangerous, when releases are massive like Fukushima, thousands have and will die within 5 years and maybe a million will die worldwide from cancer deaths over the next several decades. So it is not an understatement to say that nuclear materials are super dangerous to living things.
An event called “broken arrow” is the military code name for aircraft with nuclear weapons on board or nuclear submarine that is in trouble. Amazingly no major disaster have occurred, even though with that many Broken Arrow incidents chances were high that a detonation should have or could have occurred. These incidents have occurred all over the country from Albuquerque, New Mexico (2); Lebanon, Ohio; Golden, Colorado; Savannah, Georgia; and several other locations around the US and Canada.
And of course there is the not so accidental nuclear war, which has not yet happened since we (the US) killed thousands, many innocent civilians, in Japan. There are eight known countries with nuclear warheads – totaling about 10,000 warheads – enough death and destruction to destroy the entire world one hundred times over. So will it happen? I say absolutely never. And the answer is simple they will not let us destroy our world. They being several alien groups (non-human) that share this planet with us. The Japan nuclear bombing was the first and the last in the modern times. There always has been rumored in ancient times there was a nuclear war in the Middle East and/or the Indian sub-continent; however, the bottom line here is that they will stop it. They have stopped it in the past. One example was in the 60’s several well-documented incidents where firing codes at the SAC nuclear missile locations were mysteriously changed. To keep missiles from firing and signaling to the US that they were in charge. It has also been said that the Russians have experienced similar intrusions in their nuclear missile bunkers system codes. Good for the world – finally someone with more sense than us.
Sleep-tight – there is someone (non-human) looking over us
From the Fairewinds website — Always truly important stuff , to all our lives – not the crap that fills main-stream media daily headlines.
Original estimates of xenon and krypton releases remain the same, but a TEPCO recalculation shows dramatic increases in the release of hot particles. This confirms the results of air filter monitoring by independent scientists. Fairewinds’ Arnie Gundersen explains how hot particles may react in mammals while escaping traditional detection. Reports of a metallic taste in the mouth, such as those now being reported in Japan and on the west coast, are a telltale sign of radiation exposure
Fairewinds’ chief engineer Arnie Gundersen emphasizes the need to enlarge evacuation zones around US nuclear plants to 50 miles. Reducing US evacuation zones to only 10 miles during a nuclear power accident compromises public safety.
Arnie Gundersen explains how containment vents were added to the GE Mark 1 BWR as a “band aid” 20 years after the plants built in order to prevent an explosion of the notoriously weak Mark 1 containment system. Obviously the containment vent band aid fix did not work since all three units have lost containment integrity and are leaking radioactivity. Gundersen also discusses seismic design flaws, inadequate evacuation planning, and the taxpayer supported nuclear industry liability fund.
More from Arnie , one of my heroes . At the very end Arnie makes a statement about our EPA and how they are reacting to this disaster. Listen closely-please