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Natural News Last week, NaturalNews reported that rising Missouri River flood waters prompted officials to declare a "Notification of Unusual Event" as the Fort Calhoun Nuclear plant just outside of Omaha, Neb. Since that time, flood waters have continued to rise, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has declared a mysterious two-mile radius "no-fly" zone around the plant for unknown reasons, and federal officials continue to claim in spite of all this that plant is just fine. According to reports, the plant has been in shutdown mode since April for refueling, and is allegedly still dry inside, despite being literally surrounding in every direction by massive flood waters. However, after the notification of unusual event was announced, as well as the cryptic FAA declaration that no aircraft is permitted to fly anywhere near the plant, some are questioning what is really going on at the plant.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by TechUnique
I would guess that the airspace over a nuclear power plant is always restricted? If not, it should be!
Originally posted by Jordan River
Have some respect and decency towards the family of Casey Anthony. Why make a thread on Nebraska nuclear plant when the world worries over casey anthony! Do you any concern for human life?
Originally posted by neo96
why anyone building nuclear plants in flood zones is beyond me as well.
thats inviting disaster.
reducing consumption just leads to higher cost.