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2nd Nuclear Plant Alert in Nebraska. Fort Cooper Alert.

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posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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Cooper Nuclear Station near Brownville, Neb., declared a "Notification of Unusual Event" about 4 a.m. Sunday when the Missouri River there reached a height of 42.5 feet.


The second one in the same area in the last few weeks. for more info check my other thread following the events and updated everyday.

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posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 01:52 PM
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I found I couldn't edit my post to update in the Current Events Forum. So Im putting them in the Fragile Earth Forum so I can edit the OP with updates depending on which of the two threads is most followed.



posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 02:09 PM
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It seems to me that as smart as we think we are,
well the earth reminds me that its been around a lot longer and its smarter then us,
Nuke plants should have never beeeen built.
To late now to look at earth for help.
There is allways God



posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 02:18 PM
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Fukushima, Chernobyl, 3 mile Island, should have all been a lesson to us all (or the government). We are playing with fire, and we are gonna get burned.

Thanks for the post, will be watching for updates.



posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 02:41 PM
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At 42.5 feet, the plant issued a "Notification of Unusual Event", and the river is currently at 44.62 feet. At 45 feet, or 902 feet above sea level, the plant shuts down. The following is a statement by the NWS.

THE FLOOD WARNING CONTINUES FOR
THE MISSOURI RIVER AT BROWNVILLE.
* AT 9:30 AM SUNDAY THE STAGE WAS 44.4 FEET.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 33.0 FEET.
* RECORD FLOODING IS OCCURRING AND RECORD FLOODING IS FORECAST.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE RISING TO NEAR 44.6 FEET BY THIS
EVENING. ADDITIONAL RISES MAY BE POSSIBLE THEREAFTER.
* IMPACT...AT 44.0 FEET...WATER NEARS THE TOP OF THE FEDERAL LEVEES ON
BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER.



Now i don't foresee any nuclear related problems for this plant, but as i understand it, according to this statement, the cooper plant is currently providing a majority of the power for this area.



About 60 miles south of Omaha near Brownsville, Neb., the Cooper Nuclear Station, run by the Nebraska Public Power District, remains in operation, providing power to all of Nebraska, including Omaha while the Fort Calhoun plant is down, according to Mark Becker, media relations specialist for the NPPD.


So i can only imagine taking this plant offline would not be ideal from a power standpoint. The NWS statement says further rises are possible, so i guess it's just a waiting game now.



posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 02:44 PM
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Seems like a big coincidence with all these plant's getting flooded. I know there's more that could be done.



posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 05:54 PM
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Originally posted by john1287
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There is allways God


No. This is a prime example of the lack of God.

No body knows what is really going on there. We can only speculate until the situation exceeds control. Let's just hope this batch of fireworks are duds.. if you know what i'm saying.



posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 04:59 PM
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The southeast Nebraska nuclear station came within about 18 inches of shutting down early Monday, when the Missouri River level at the plant rose to 43.8 feet. The Missouri River must reach 45.5 feet (902 feet above sea level) before officials will shut down the plant, which sits at 903 feet
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posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 10:53 PM
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Levee near Nebraska’s Cooper nuke plant “about to break” and “at risk of washing away completely” after being overtopped Sunday (VIDEO)


We had a few good cells across the state tonight, but nothing to severe in the Brownsville area as far as I know. Two confirmed tornadoes in the Midwest region of the state, but thats about it so far.

Will keep you posted.



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