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Originally posted by predator0187
Anyone else notice that both interviewees were stuttering when telling their stories about how safe it was? That is very telling by itself...
Having a 10 miles zone around the plant is another telling feature of the story. The fact of the evacuation zone tells me that they think something could happen and are planning in advance for it. Which, really, is a good thing, at least they are not as incompetent as Japan was about the situation.
If this goes into meltdown too, holy crap, that wouldn't be good at all...
Originally posted by TheOneElectric
The Universe actually does react to our thoughts on a grand scale. Imagine that. With all of the hype about the end of the world, nuclear destruction, financial crisis, and general disaster, the Universe has no choice but to respond in kind.
Ask and you will receive
We essentially gave it our clear and expressed permission.
Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask
Soo .........really pissed right now.........
I watched Michio Kaku yesterday talking about he issue in Nebraska on FOX news.......
Ive gone to YOUTUBE and every website..........and the video of the interview is NO WHERE to be found.......not on FOX website, not on CNN , not on YOUTUBE not ANYWHERE..........
He was saying some pretty profound things........apparently someone didnt want it being spread.
Originally posted by SignalsAnyone else find it very "convenient" we have (or recently had) HUGE military excercises on American soil and offshore lately?edit on 29-6-2011 by Signals because: classified
Emergency Planning Zones
For planning purposes, the NRC defines two emergency planning zones (EPZs) around each nuclear power plant. The exact size and configuration of the zones vary from plant to plant due to local emergency response needs and capabilities, population, land characteristics, access routes, and jurisdictional boundaries. The two types of EPZs are:
The plume exposure pathway EPZ extends about 10 miles in radius around a plant. Its primary concern is the exposure of the public to, and the inhalation of, airborne radioactive contamination.
The ingestion pathway EPZ extends about 50 miles in radius around a plant. Its primary concern is the ingestion of food and liquid that is contaminated by radioactivity.