Some people have proposed that sudden changes have occured in Earth's past, some say Antatartica "IS" Atlantis which had an abrupt southern shift
to where it is currently located, fossilised forests and plants proper to northern latitudes are evidence of this abrupt change. Under 2 miles of ice
may be evidence of a forgotton civilisation.
well i was on lake dardanel (or however you spell that it just south of russelville) at that time. i cant say for sure because i dont recall anything
odd about it other then that plant put of a hell of a cloud. smoke stacks just aboiling. but i can say with 100% truth that i have a friend that works
at the nuculer power plant there who said that they had a slight leak which is what caused that strange radar reading and the death of the birds. how
true this is i dont know but he says that the plant is eroding slowing and a rod got stuck. and of all the stuff i read on here noone has cared to
mention that as a possiblity.
i agree. what direction was the wind moving on the day in question and does it correspond with the radar reading. is it possible that it could have
been slight amounts escaping. as i said i cant say for sure but that what i was told by an employee of that plant. he has never lied to before and has
had no reason for doing so.
And this friend works directly WITH the reactors (there are two) or surrounding facilities? Fun fact: all the emergency routes for "leak/accident
scenarios" will only relocate residents to areas within a 30mi radius. Meaning, though it IS a nuclear reactor, they are very small, and only provide
power for a handful of surrounding counties. If there was a small leak in our small little reactor, I highly doubt it would've had anything to with
bird deaths in ONE city, 100+ miles away.
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