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reply to post by BadBoYeed
the scary thing is , if the power to the power plants (weird) is shut down for a few weeks, like after a big cme, then all the plants would melt down. hundreds of little fukushimas in our own backyards
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by ColoradoJens
Yes, its real. Here you go
The Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, Nuclear power plant is going down fast due to massive flooding.
The NRC has declared a level 4 accident.
The FAA has issued the following directive, shutting down airspace over the plant:
Tom, The Ft Calhoun rating is a level 4 alert, not accident level 4. There are concerns that the spent fuel cooling could be lost. Right now, everything is under control. The reactor has been shut down for months. Alert 4 is the lowest level of concern. I’m no apologist for the NRC or the industry. additional problems could develop at Ft Calhoun, but right now, there is no accident